Other communication channels

There are many ways to communicate within the UBC community – broadcast email is not always the appropriate option.

Communicating with students

Depending on your communication goals, target audience, and message, you may want to consider one or more of the following channels in place of a broadcast email.

Student Services

  • Share your message on UBC Student Services channels. Complete this form to submit content to Student Services.

Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies

Student government

Share your message with student government, including the Alma Mater Society (AMS) and Graduate Student Society (GSS) social channels:

Communicating with faculty and staff

Working at UBC page on UBC.ca

If you have a university-wide message tailored to faculty and staff, you may want to share it via the Working at UBC page on UBC.ca. This page communicates:

  • Timely news and updates
  • Events (events inputted into the UBCevents calendar and tagged with ‘audience – faculty staff’ are showcased here)
  • Important resources and contacts
  • Achievements and recognition
  • Appointments
  • Stories about faculty and staff

You can submit content or story ideas to the Working at UBC page by completing this form.

Working at UBC newsletter

New information posted to the Working at UBC page on UBC.ca is compiled into a newsletter and sent out to subscribed faculty and staff every two weeks.

Subscribe to the Working at UBC newsletter.

Each UBC Faculty and unit has its own communication channels – you may wish to connect with your respective communications and/or marketing team.

If you are based on the Okanagan campus, we recommend reaching out to the University Relations team.

Promoting events

If you want to spread the word about an event, consider promoting it via the UBCevents calendar.

You can also promote your event via newspaper, radio and TV community calendars. See a listing of community calendars and tips on getting your event included.