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COVID-19 updateNews

Monday, September 28, 2020 - 4:03 p.m. Academic Plan for Winter 2021 Dear students, As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, the colleges are committed to continue our work as a vibrant centre of intellectual life while ensuring the safety of our students, faculty, staff and community. We are following the government’s guidelines for post-secondary […]

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Leadership announcement: President, Dr. Peter Meehan, will step down in JuneNews

Vancouver, BC – March 13, 2020. On behalf of the Board of Directors at Corpus Christi College-St. Mark's College at UBC, we are writing to inform you that Dr. Peter Meehan has announced his resignation as President and Vice-Chancellor. After almost six years at the Catholic colleges at UBC, he will depart at the end […]

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Weather AdvisoryNews

Status: Friday, January 17, 2020 - 6:13 a.m. -The College is open.  The college is open and classes are proceeding as normal.  When the Colleges remain open during inclement weather, Operations will ensure that the building is opened on time and classrooms are accessible for classes and exams to take place. Students, faculty and staff […]

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Transit Strike UpdateNews

Transit strike update – December 9, 2019 Please see below for an important update on the Metro Vancouver SkyTrain strike. Due to job action, the Expo and Millennium SkyTrain Lines are scheduled for a full shutdown on December 10, 11 and 12. All other transit modes are operating, but will be busier than usual. We […]

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Possible Transit Operators’ Strike: Metro Vancouver Bus and Seabus Drivers Have Issued a 72-hour Strike NoticeNews

Campus notification from UBC You may be aware that the union representing Coast Mountain Bus Company transit workers and SeaBus operators held a vote, in which the majority of its members voted in favour of strike action. Although negotiations have been taking place, the Joint Union Bargaining Committee has now issued a 72-hour strike notice […]

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Christmas Art ContestNews

The President's Office is looking for original Christmas artwork to feature. This contest is open to all students, faculty, alumni, and staff at Corpus Christi College and St. Mark’s College. We look forward to your submissions and highlighting the phenomenal creativity of our community. ART EVENT Join other students to create your art. An on-campus […]

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Welcome From the President’s OfficeNews

Dear Students, Welcome to the Community of St. Mark’s at the University of British Columbia.  As a community, we embrace people of all backgrounds and faiths, and we understand the importance of the “student experience” in terms of our commitment to your development as whole persons in mind, body and spirit. Through our dedication to […]

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The Giving TruckNews

It began as an idea - a way to mobilize youth and drive change in her community. Raisa Jose, a first year student and Circle of Fellows Scholarship recipient, founded The Giving Truck to support people in need around the lower mainland. As a scholarship recipient, Raisa received training in the Leadership Class and seed […]

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Convocation 2019: Student AddressNews

Dear Your Excellency Archbishop Miller, President Meehan, Board Chairman Boscariol, Faculty, Staff, Distinguished Guests, Friends, Family and fellow Graduates: It is an honour and a privilege to stand before you today to represent the class of 2019: a class made up of diverse individuals from all walks of life, spanning different programs and degrees, each […]

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Celebrating the Inspirational Paul BurnsNews

After many years as an integral part of the community, Dr. Paul Burns, our valued Dean of Arts, will be stepping down from his position. Paul’s leadership within the school helped build numerous connections with UBC and his talent for teaching continually engaged students in the synthesis of faith and reason. Paul Burns has been […]