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Get involved with Move UBC!


Whether you want to host an event in-person or remotely, share supports with students, faculty or staff, or simply help us spread the word that small movements can add up to big changes, there are lots of ways to take part in Move UBC! 

Move UBC Grants – Now Available! 

Do you have an idea to get our UBC community moving? Apply for up to $1,500 in funding to bring your idea to life! Learn more about Move UBC Grants here.

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Apply for a Move UBC Grant 

Do you have an idea for an event or initiative that gets our UBC community moving? Grants of up to $1,500 are available to bring your idea to life. 

Learn more & apply


Host a Move UBC event 

You can help getting our campus community moving more by hosting an in-person or remote event, workshop, or activity that supports physical activity. Please ensure that your Move UBC event adheres to all Provincial Health Orders.

Have a socially-distanced weekly walking club? Hosting a yoga session? We want to share and celebrate all the great ways you move--whether at home or on our campuses. 

Move UBC events can be existing initiatives that you already host, or one designed specifically for Move UBC. 


Tips for hosting a Move UBC event: 

  • When putting together an event, make sure to take a look at the Inclusive Physical Activity toolkit to ensure that your event is including and welcome for everyone.
  • Start by registering as a Move UBC partner. We'll provide you with lots of great Move UBC collateral to help promote your event. 
  • Get inspired by the great events and initiatives taking place throughout Move UBC month in February. When you have details for your own event, add it to the Move UBC calendar. 
  • Fill out the event webform and be sure to include details such as location, audience (if restricted), and event details. Your event will be approved and published. Contact if you need to make changes at a later date. 
  • Need funds to make your event happen? Apply for a Move UBC grant!
Get Moving in the Classroom 

Working and learning from home often means lots of sitting—in Zoom meetings and classes, when In fact, Canadian adults spend an average of 50-70% of their day sitting. It is estimated that these times 

Support student wellbeing by looking for ways to promote ways to movement in your learning environment—it can help improve learning, creativity, and concentration! 



Promote Move UBC to the campus community 

Help spread the word about Move UBC! Email your networks on campus, put up posters, or share via social with #MoveUBC. 


Here you'll find a communication toolkit with pre-drafted social media content, graphics and templates for Instagram and Facebook, and photo pools. 

View the Move UBC Communications Toolkit




We all have a hand in shaping campus environments that support health, wellbeing, and sustainability. By championing wellbeing, we can build stronger and more inclusive communities at UBC and beyond.