Services for Students Guide

Need something? Want something? Find it here!

There are people, programs and services all across campus to help you succeed as a UNB student. This guide is intended to help you find the right one for whatever it is you need right now.

If you have a question or concern and aren't sure where to turn, check out the Student Support Directory. If you're still unsure, contact Student Services and we'll answer your question or refer you to the appropriate person or office on campus for assistance.

Academic

Academic Appeals: Information on and assistance with the academic appeal process.

Academic Calendar: Important dates and deadlines throughout the academic year.

Admissions: Information on admissions to programs and transferring academic credits.

Adult Learner Services: Support and advising for mature students.

Bookstore: Books, texts, school supplies, computer needs, and UNB crested gear.

Math Help Centre: Free tutoring in all preparatory and first year math courses.

Prior Learning Assessment: Evaluation of learning received outside of the traditional university classroom for possible academic credit.

Registrar's Office: Information on course registration, transcripts and records, academic standing and graduation, admissions, and scholarships and awards.

Student Accessibility Centre: Support for students with disabilities and accessibility needs.

Tutor Inventory: A list of students available for hire to provide academic assistance.

UNB Libraries: The UNB Libraries (Harriet Irving Library, Science and Forestry Library, Engineering Library and Law Library) all offer a variety of services to support you.

Writing and Study Skills Program: Free tutoring for writing skills, note taking, time management, exam preparation, and more.

Accommodation

Residential Life, Campus and Conference Services: Living in residence and summer accommodations at UNB.

Off-Campus Handbook: Essential information and advice for renters.

Career and Employment

Career Development and Employment Centre: Current employment opportunities, programs, job search strategies, and tools.

Career Connections: Explore your skills and career possibilities, and find the resources you need.

Childcare

Culture, Recreation and Sport

Art Centre: Exhibits, studio space, events, and workshops.

Recreation Services: Recreational facilities, instructional classes, intramural sports, sport clubs, and fitness and lifestyle assessment to support active living.

Varsity Athletics: Varsity sports schedules and information.

Health and Wellbeing

Recreation Services: Offers recreational facilities, instructional classes, intramural sports, sport clubs, and fitness and lifestyle assessment to support active living.

Counselling Services: Confidential personal and career counselling.

Health and Dental Plan: Graduate Student Association: Optional private health and dental plan for graduate students to supplement provincial health coverage.

Health and Dental Plan: Student Union: Benefit plan for undergraduate students to supplement provincial health coverage.

Office of Human Rights and Positive Environment: For individuals, advice on your rights and responsibilities in the university environment; for groups, education programs on human rights and harassment issues.

Student Health Centre: Health care for a variety of medical issues.

Student Health 101: Student Health 101 is our monthly, online health and wellness magazine.

Women's Centre: Campus and city-wide events. Women's information. Everyone is welcome.

International

International Relations Office: International exchanges and internships for students, other internationalization opportunities.

International Student Advisor: Support and programming for international students and their families.

Multi-faith Room: Space for meditation, reflection, and prayer for all faith-groups and individuals.

Money Matters

Banking: Bank of Montreal branch on campus provides a range of services. A Bank of Montreal ATM is located in the lobby of the Student Union Building.

Financial Aid Office: Financial Aid Specialists providing knowledge and advice on available sources of funding.

Undergraduate Awards: Scholarships, bursaries, and awards.

Safety

Office of Human Rights and Positive Environment: For individuals, advice on your rights and responsibilities in the university environment; for groups, education programs on human rights and harassment issues.

Campus Security and Traffic: 24-Hour campus security service, lost and found, parking permits, campus building inspections, and more.

Spiritual

Campus Ministry: Supporting spiritual needs of students.

Multi-Faith Room: Space for meditation, reflection and prayer for all faith-groups and individuals.

Student Associations

ALPS (Adult Learners, Part-Time Students): Undergraduate student organization representing part-time students, while providing supports for full-time students 25+ years old.

Graduate Student Association: Elected student body representing graduate students' matters and interests.

Student Union: Elected student body representing undergraduate students' matters and interests.

Technology

Centre for Enhanced Teaching & Learning: Media lab with specialty multi-media equipment, software and printing; equipment pool for laptop and audiovisual loans, and more.

Information Technology Services: Computer accounts, e-mail, computer labs, IT support, photo ID's, printing, and more.

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