Updated: May 26, 2023
Campus Vision 2050 Website
For the most up to date information, please visit the Campus Vision 2050 website. This website will serve as the hub for all Campus Vision 2050 information and engagement activities.
The UBC Vancouver campus, situated on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Musqueam people, is home to a world-class, global university, residential neighbourhoods and a vibrant community in a growing region.
Campus Vision 2050 will ensure the future direction for the campus builds on what makes UBC a special place and enhances the livability, sociability and character of the campus within its unique context.
For millennia, Musqueam people have been the stewards and caretakers of these lands and have shared it with others, including UBC which has been located here for over 100 years. Through Campus Vision 2050, the university now has the opportunity to support meaningful, reciprocal and mutually beneficial partnerships with Musqueam, learning from Musqueam’s traditional relationship with the land.
As we look to the future, it’s time to create a vision and update the plans that guides how we use our land to meet the needs and aspirations of the university and its community while tackling timely, local, regional and global challenges. The final vision and plans will support the needs of the university and balance the multiple interests of the Indigenous host nation, campus communities, the broader region and its ecology.
The Campus Vision 2050 Process
Needs and Aspirations
Preliminary needs and aspirations, identified through discussions with the UBC administration, Musqueam representatives and early conversations with UBC community members, will be refined through comprehensive engagement with the UBC community and Musqueam.
A high-level, long-term description along with a series of conceptual plans and diagrams that articulate the future envisioned for the campus.
Land Use Plan Update
Land Use Plan Update
Submission to the provincial government for adoption of amendments to the Land Use Plan required to achieve the 30-Year Vision.
A detailed plan to guide how academic facilities, housing, transportation systems, green and open space, and community amenities are accommodated over the next 10 years in alignment with the 30-Year Vision.
As part of the 30-Year Vision phase, the timing and proposed form of development of the future Stadium Neighbourhood will be considered and adjusted in the context of the long term vision for the campus.
Interested in being involved in the Campus Vision 2050 planning process? Visit the Campus Vision 2050 website.
If you have any questions, please contact:
Community Development & Engagement | Campus + Community Planning