Driving

Parking

Need to drive to campus? There are a range of campus parking locations and rates for long-term and visitor parking available through UBC Parking Services.

If you’re bringing your car to British Columbia from another province or country, check out these tips for students.

UBC Parking Services oversees the operation of approximately 2,700 parking spaces on campus, including a number of accessible parking spaces for persons whose disability limits their mobility.  Visitors to campus may park in either metered visitor stalls or day-pass dispenser lots, depending on the time of day.

Carpooling

Parking lots G and H on campus have reserved carpooling spaces, administered by UBC Parking Services.  Consider carpooling as opposed to driving on your own to reduce your and the university’s carbon footprint.

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

UBC Okanagan has twelve electric vehicle charging stations on campus, which are located in Parking Lot E by the Transit Exchange and Parking Lot G near the west campus access off John Hindle Drive.

The six charging stations located in Lot E were upgraded in August 2019 to J1772 connector and are identified by the blue charging station, signage and painted EV markings.

The six charging stations in Lot G have the J1772 connector and are identified by the blue charging station, signage and painted EV markings.

Please contact Parking Services for additional information and to obtain day-use access or a long-term parking permit.