We Value Your Privacy
Applicants and Residents:
We ask you for some personal information when you apply for residence. We keep all the information you send us completely private, and we don't release any information about you to anyone outside the University without your written permission, unless permitted or required by law. We do this in order to comply with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
Unless we have your written permission, we will not give out any information about your residence assignment or fees to anyone outside the University, even family members and friends. That means that nobody can contact us, even on your behalf, to ask about the status of your residence application, room assignment or fees. And if your family members or friends forget your room or unit number, we can't give it to them.
If you do give us written permission to release your residence assignment or fees information, be assured that we won't give it out to just anyone. UBC Student Housing & Hospitality Services does not sell or provide lists of residents' names or addresses to advertising or other third parties outside the University administration.
If you want to give us permission to release your residence assignment or fees information, please indicate this on your residence application. If your circumstances change, you can switch your decision at any time by contacting UBC Student Housing & Hospitality Services.
|What family members, friends, acquaintances need to know before calling about a student or calling on their behalf.
The University is not able to discuss student's application, record or experience with a parent, guardian, or family member, without the student's permission, in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIPOP) legistration.
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy:
If they declined permission:
If they gave permission:
If they want to change their decision: