What is Corpus Christi College's connection to UBC? Full-time Corpus Christi College students can access many of the services and benefits UBC offers its students through automatic enrolment in a St. Mark’s College research course. As St. Mark’s College is affiliated with UBC, students enrolled in this research course become members of the UBC Alma Mater Society (AMS) and can participate actively in UBC campus life.
Corpus students are eligible to opt into AMS Health and Dental coverage, receive a UBC Library Card and Compass Card transit pass, and can join UBC intramurals and clubs. They can access UBC facilities like the Student Union Building and Aquatic Centre, as well as UBC’s Student Services like Student Health and Counseling, and the Disability Resource Centre.
Alma Mater Society (AMS) Clubs
The AMS is the official student union of UBC and represents over 50,000 students and alumni.
Getting involved in extra-curricular activities is an enriching part of the university experience. No matter what your interests are, the AMS will have a club that suits you.
Catholic Clubs at UBC
These are some active Catholic clubs on campus:
Korean Catholic Students Association
Knights of Columbus
Catholic Christian Outreach (CCO)