UBC requires COVID-19 rapid testing for all students, faculty and staff, with exemptions provided for those who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. 
Find out more about the required COVID-19 Rapid Testing Program.

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Supporting a successful transition to campus means we all have to do our part.

Whether it’s by getting vaccinated, wearing a mask, following public health guidance, staying home when we are sick or paying attention to our mental health.

Working together, we can help create and support a safe environment for all members of the UBC community.

Over the course of fall 2021, you’ll see various images on our digital signage, web and social media channels encouraging everyone to do what they can to support our collective health, safety and wellbeing.

If you want to learn about the part UBC is playing, in support of our return to campus, please visit the Campus Return Plan section of this website. For health and COVID-19 vaccine-related guidance, you should visit the Health guidance and vaccines section.

The various FAQ pages on this site also have lots of useful information about work taking place to support a safe campus for our students, faculty and staff. Don’t forget to also check out the archive of our main announcements.

How can you support the ‘I do my part’ campaign?

Are you a UBC communicator? Download the I do my part’ toolkit to access content and resources about the campaign and share messages through your channels.