The University of British Columbia participates in a wide range of surveys that are intended to collect data from its students, alumni, faculty and staff for administrative, planning and reporting purposes.

Survey Governance

Surveys are an important source of information that help shape our student, faculty and staff experiences at UBC. In response to the increasing number of electronic surveys being conducted in recent years, we have established a Survey Governance Committee to help manage a consistent and coordinated approach to UBC surveys. This committee is responsible for the following:

  • Approving all planned campus- and institution-wide surveys before deployment.
  • Sharing access to survey data as well as how survey findings are informing decision-making at the university.
  • Offering survey methodology support, including survey design, sampling, and analyzing/reporting results.

Learn more about the Survey Governance Committee.

UBC Surveys

On behalf of the Survey Governance Committee, the Student Experience Evaluation and Research (SEER) unit administers several institutional surveys across UBC’s Vancouver and Okanagan campuses. These surveys reflect the University’s commitment as one of the world’s leading universities, creating an exceptional learning environment that fosters global citizenship, advances a civil and sustainable society, and supports outstanding research to serve the people of British Columbia, Canada and the world.

Surveys of New & Incoming Students

View the New to UBC Reports

Surveys of Current Students

View the Undergraduate Experience Survey, National Survey of Student Engagement, and Canadian Campus Wellbeing Survey Results

Surveys of Alumni

View the Baccalaureate Graduate Survey Results

Additional Surveys

View information about surveys managed by other UBC units