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require, a Wellness Peer will be able to point them in the right direction. Speakeasy Room 3125A, UBC NEST Speakeasy offers confidential one-on-one conversations with a trained student volunteer who will be able to listen to the challenges you are facing and refer you to the appropriate resources. Science Peer Academic Coaches (SPAC) 3 rd Floor IKBLC SPAC is able to offer academic help to students through one-on-one coaching services. Examples of coaching topics includes, time management skills and exam preparation. This service caters to students from all faculties, not just science! AMS Tutoring 3 rd Floor IKBLC AMS offers free tutoring for first and second year students in subjects including, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Economics and Physics. Professional Resources Resource Website/Email Office Location & Hours Student Services N/A The UBC website has information and resources for academic success, health and wellness, and other related concerns. Visit the website for information and resources related to concerns all students face at university. Enrolment Service Professionals (ESPs) By Appointment ESPs provide students with professional advice regarding: tuition fee inquiries, admission inquiries, financial planning, financial support options, program change inquiries and confirmation of enrolment. If you have not been assigned an ESP, they can contact one at: Academic Advising A150 Chemistry Physics Building A
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9 Resource Website/Email Office Location & Hours Academic advising provides students with advising on program planning, degree requirements, and other course- related questions. If you are not in the Faculty of Science, contact your own advising team and they will be happy to help you with any academic concerns. UBC Counselling Services - health-support-counselling-services Room 1040, Brock Hall At UBC counselling services, students may speak to a professional counsellor after a drop-in session. Students may be referred to other services besides a professional counsellor if deemed appropriate and/or a better fit for the individual’s needs. UBC Centre for Accessibility - services/centre-for-accessibility Room 1203, Brock Hall The Centre for Accessibility helps students with disabilities access the resources they need to thrive at UBC. Specifically, Access and Diversity works to support those with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, and chronic health conditions, among others .
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