St. Mark's offers numerous services to our students. As an affiliate college of UBC, we are also able to offer access to many UBC services and amenities.
When you enrol as a St. Mark's student, you will receive a UBC Affiliate card:
For more information on our student services, please contact our Office of the Dean of Students at firstname.lastname@example.org. 
LIST OF STUDENT SERVICES:
- Academic Advising 
- Academic Accommodations (UBC) 
- Alma Mater Society (AMS) (UBC) 
- Centre for Academic Development and Computer Lab 
- Campus Life & Ministry 
- Counselling, Health and Wellness (UBC) 
- Financial Aid and Awards 
- Health and Dental Insurance (UBC) 
- Housing 
- Library 
- Parking 
- Printing and Photocopying 
- Sports and Fitness (UBC) 
- Textbooks 
- U-Pass Bus Pass 
- Wireless Network 
Every student at St. Mark’s College has academic support. You can speak to your advisor about your program by emailing email@example.com  or calling 604-822-4463.
Support services for students with physical and learning disabilities are available at St. Mark’s. Students with Independent Education Plans or documentation related to their disabilities should the Access & Diversity Office  located in Brock Hall at least three months before classes start to verify support services to be provided at St. Mark’s. For more information, contact Enrolment Services  at St. Mark's.
As a student attending an affiliated college of UBC, St. Mark’s students become members of the UBC AMS . The AMS is the official student union of UBC and represents over 50,000 students and alumni.
AMS Clubs (UBC)
Getting involved in extra-curricular activities is an enriching part of the university experience.
The Centre for Academic Development is available to undergraduate and graduate students as a Study Hall and as a learning resource that connects students with programs and services at the Catholic Colleges and through the UBC Learning Commons: tutoring, writing assistance along with access to information and workshops on study and research skills. Students can also access the Computer Lab in Room 103 for research, writing papers and online courses. For more info, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. 
The Campus Life & Ministry team of St. Mark’s College and Corpus Christi College has supported student life, including the faith journey of registered students and all who visit our campus, for over 60 years. We continue to do so as a team comprising the Director of the Campus Life & Ministry Office, the Campus Minister (St. Mark’s Parish Pastor and the Roman Catholic Chaplain to UBC), and Parish staff. For more information, contact the Campus Life & Ministry Office at email@example.com. 
St. Mark’s students have access to the UBC Student Health Services located at the UBC Hospital and UBC Counseling Services located in Brock Hall .
To discuss financial support to complete your studies, contact Enrolment Services .
As members of the AMS, St. Mark’s students enroll in the AMS/GSS Health and Dental Plan  with extended health and dental coverage. The plan is specifically designed to cover expenses not included in basic medical coverage: prescription drugs, vision care, dental care, travel health insurance and more. Your Plan gives you the option to enroll your family (spouse and/or dependents) by completing an enrolment process and by paying an additional fee.
Opting Out of Health and Dental Insurance
Students who already have comprehensive coverage are permitted to opt out of the Health and Dental Plan. Those wishing to opt out must pay all fees and apply for a refund. Opting out can only be done during the change of coverage period. Opt-out refunds are controlled by UBC's Health and Dental Plan offices , not St. Mark’s.
St. Mark's students have the opportunity to live at St. Andrew’s Hall or Carey Centre, but they need to apply early. Priority wait list status is given to St. Mark's students at St. Andrew's Hall and Carey Centre.
Single rooms, studios, one-bedroom apartments, and quads are available. Applications are handled directly through each residence.
For more information about housing options, fees, and application deadlines, please visit:
- http://vancouver.housing.ubc.ca/ other-housing/more-campus-housing/ 
- UBC AMS Rentsline: http://www.amsrentsline.com/ 
St. Mark’s students have access to the St. Mark’s Dr. John Micallef Memorial Library , as well as the entire UBC library system. Orientations for the Micallef Library are available every term. To obtain a St. Mark’s library card and account, which enables borrowing throughout the Consortium of Theological Schools (St. Mark’s, VST, Regent), please contact St. Mark’s library staff .
St. Mark’s students can access the UBC Libraries , which make up the second-largest group of research-intensive libraries in Canada. There are multiple library locations on the UBC campus. The affiliated UBC Student Card that you receive also functions as your UBC library card.
Parking is available for St. Mark’s Graduate students during class time, if there are vacancies. Contact the Welcome Centre to receive a parking pass, otherwise your car may be towed. A 2-hour parking pass is available from the Welcome Centre for students using the library on weekdays - parking is subject to availability.
Students wishing to use the photocopier or print documents in the Micallef library can set up user accounts through the Welcome Centre.
St. Mark’s students have the option to pay the UBC Athletic and Recreation fee. By paying this fee, a St. Mark’s student will be able to use UBC Athletic and Recreation  services, such as the swimming pool, the Bird Coop and the gyms, at UBC student prices. Intramural participation  requires payment of the optional UBC Athletics and Recreation fee.
St. Mark's is no longer ordering textbooks through the UBC bookstore, as the majority of our students order their own textbooks online or purchase them elsewhere. Book lists will continue to be published on the St. Mark's website, and you can check those lists when you register for your classes. Students are responsible for ordering their own textbooks.
The U-Pass BC program is a comprehensive transportation service that provides students with universal, accessible, and affordable access to the public transit system. Load your U-Pass BC to your Compass Card each month here .
The St. Mark’s wireless network is accessible throughout the St. Mark’s campus. Visit the Welcome Centre for network info, or call 604-822-4463.