Student Services

Corpus Christi College students are able to participate in on campus activities, events, and services offered by the University. Through our partnership with UBC affiliate St. Mark’s College, Corpus Christi students are eligible to become members of the UBC Alma Mater Society (the University's student association), and receive many of the same opportunities as UBC students.

Upass Bus Pass

The U-Pass Program is a comprehensive transportation package that provides students with universal, accessible, and affordable access to public transit. The U-Pass is hugely beneficial to students and the environment. CCC students have unlimited access to TransLink Bus, SkyTrain, and SeaBus services (all zones), as well as discounted West Coast Express fares.

The U-Pass BC program has moved onto the Compass Card system.  Compass Card is a reloadable electronic fare card that will replace TransLink’s current paper passes and tickets.  For students, this means that there are some important changes in the way that you get your U-Pass BC benefit every month. Learn about at http://stmarkscollege.ca/compass-card

If you have any questions about your UPass, contact CCC Enrolment Services at msarte@corpuschristi.ca

Remember that if you enrol in Access Studies at UBC, you will pay for your U-Pass through UBC. It is your responsibility to provide Enrolment Services at CCC with proof of registration in Access Studies so you will not be assessed U-Pass and AMS fees through CCC as well.

Library Services

CCC students have access not only to our Dr. John Micallef Memorial Library, but also to the entire UBC Library system. UBC Library is the second largest research intensive library in Canada. With more than 20 branches and divisions, 5.4 million books, 5.2 million mircrofoms, more than 808,000 maps, audio, video and graphic materials, and nearly 56,000 serial subscriptions, CCC students will be able to find exactly what they need for all their research assignments

Facilities

As members of the AMS, CCC students have access to on-campus facilities at UBC including the UBC Aquatic Centre, the UBC Student Union Building, and Brock Hall Student Resources Centre, just to name a few. In academic year 2013-2014, CCC students will be eligible to receive UBC student rates at the BirdCoop Fitness Centre.

Clubs

Get involved in campus life by joining one of the hundreds of clubs available!

Intramurals and Athletics

Staying fit and having fun are integral parts of Corpus Christi student life. Visit our Intramurals page for more information.

Health and Dental Plan

Keeping healthy is always important. CCC students enroll in the AMS/GSS Health & 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, and more. For more information about the plan, claims forms, and coverage details, visit Student Care or drop by the Health and Dental Plan office on campus (SUB Room 68).

Health Services Facilities

Need medical attention? CCC students do not have to travel far for medical assistance. Student Health Service (SHS) operates a clinic on the main floor of UBC Hospital. All CCC students are eligible to use SHS as a family physician while studying.

Student Care (select "UBC" as your school)

Student Resources Centre

Corpus Christi is committed to the academic success of students with disabilities. CCC students have access to the UBC Student Resources Centre, which includes the Access and Diversity-Disability Resource Centre. Students who face physical and learning-related challenges are able to use a variety of services. Check the DRC website for more information about what is available.

Access & Diversity - Disability Resource Center 

AMS Peer Tutoring

Looking for extra help? Drop by or make an appointment with AMS Peer tutoring. Peer Tutoring offers assistance with first year course material, exam preparation, and essay-writing assistance for students of any calibre. Outstanding third and fourth year students guide younger students through the challenges of first and second year.