Scheduled Change: Monday, August 23rd 9:00am
On Monday August 23rd, we will be migrating the conneX service to be a restricted service that will be accessible from on-campus networks only. After Monday, remote access to conneX from off campus will only be possible through UVic VPN services. This is part of planned transition to Brightspace for all teaching activities.
Access to conneX from on-campus and UVic wireless networks will not be affected by the change.
NSERC USRA 2021-22
Send completed applications by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer 2021 - Deadline 1 March 2021
Fall 2021 - Deadline 7 July 2021
Spring 2022 - Deadline - 1 November 2021
Part I of Form 202: Completed by the student
Part II of Form 202: Completed by the supervisor
Welcome to the UVSS Peer Support Centre!
A safer space created to be an inclusive and comfortable space for students from all walks of life.
Whether you are struggling with or have questions regarding mental health, are concerned for a friend, or need help accessing resources on or off campus, you can seek a first-point-of-contact at the Peer Support Centre.
Our trained student volunteers are here to listen, offering non-judgmental, empathetic and confidential support while helping fellow students navigate next-step resources and student life at UVic.
*Drop-in sessions are online Monday – Wednesday, 12pm – 5pm and Thursday-Friday, 6pm – 10pm.
Promotional Video (downloadable): https://drive.google.com/file/d/1AEwqWvwHI9DaIauJ5jSZnPAY6HXYpun1/view?usp=sharing
Doxy telemed link: uvsspeersupport.doxy.me/peersupportroom
Dear Computer Science students,
A brief note on the COVID-19 impact on classes, learning, and course-completion. We all are actively working and discussing ways to find the correct balance between meeting the learning objectives of students, and at the same time maintaining safety.
From time to time, please ensure you to check the official UVic information on COVID-19 here: https://www.uvic.ca/covid-19/
The Computer Science Department is discussing alternative ways/arrangements for students to meet their learning objectives in various courses. Since each course is unique, different methods may be used by course instructors to make these alternative arrangements possible. For example, we are considering things like (but not limited to): alternative assignments, digital file submissions, online tests or online exams via conneX or coursespaces, or other methods. Please note: given these unexpected circumstances, in some cases, there may be deviation from the original course outline.
You will be hearing from your course instructors (and/or the Department or University), as information is available.
Chair, Computer Science