Getting involved with clubs at UBC is one of the best ways to meet cool people and pursue your passions. Lucky for you, there are literally hundreds of clubs on campus to choose from. Check out the list at

Can’t find something you like? Find some friends and request to make your own club.

While we’re missing literally hundreds of clubs, here are some to note:


Ski and Snowboard Club: The Ski and Board Club is one of the biggest on campus. They have a reputation of hitting the slopes hard and partying harder. If you’re interested in snow sports at all, this is the club to join.

Yoga Club: UBC Yoga is the cheap and welcoming way to get into yoga — and let’s be real, can you even live in Vancouver without doing yoga? This club is great for those students who get stressed but also don’t want to stress their wallets.

CiTR: We may prefer the feeling of paper on our fingertips, but CiTR, UBC’s Student Radio Station, is the balm to our ears. Shows range from classic talk shows to classic rock, and they want you to join. Be a radio star.

Varsity Outdoor Club (VOC): If you’re interested in hiking, camping, climbing, mountaineering, kayaking, mountain biking, skiing or canoeing, the VOC is there for you. Seriously. They are the club for anything looking to get outside the city this year.