LFS Events & Visits


Curious if an LFS program is right for you? Interested in learning about the academic and social experiences of current students? We’re here to help! Explore our degree programs, meet LFS students and learn more about what makes this Faculty so special by attending a flagship event, requesting a scheduled workshop for your class or school group, or connecting with a current student peer-to-peer via Zoom. Stay connected so you don’t miss out on any events, and to learn more about what’s happening in LFS by following us on Instagram and Twitter


Fall Recruitment Events

We look forward to connecting with students interested in the Faculty of Land and Food Systems at UBC this fall. We will be collaborating with our colleagues in Student Recruitment and Advising, as well as hosting some of our own sessions, and can’t wait to meet you! Check out some of our Taste of LFS videos on this page for highlights of last fall’s events, and to learn more about our Faculty.

Check back on this website in September for more info and details of all the fun activities we will have planned (virtually…and in-person, if safe to do so). You can also email our Student Services team at students@landfood.ubc.ca with any questions you may have, as we’re always happy to help.


Connect with an LFS Student via Zoom

We’re sorry, but LFS Student Ambassador Zoom advising is temporarily unavailable. Please connect with an LFS Academic Advisor via our drop-in or booked appointment times to have your questions answered. Ambassador Zoom meetings will commence soon, so please check back for updates on how you can meet with Afnan, Maddy or Yolanda.

Taste of LFS Virtual Open House

Taste of LFS was a week-long virtual series of interactive workshops, presentations and social media content for anyone interested in applying to the Faculty of Land and Food Systems (LFS) at UBC. Thanks to all of those who participated – we enjoyed meeting students from around the world.

If you were unable to attend, you can feel like you did – check out these recordings of some of the workshops and sessions we offered, and contact us if you have any questions about studying in LFS in the future.

You can find the recorded Dietetics Prospective Student Q&A Session here

LFS program overview & admissions next steps session

Food science workshop: food spoilage & microorganisms

APBI workshop: insects as a sustainable food source?

Nutrition workshop: deep dive into diet & wellness culture

Three ways an LFS degree will ignite your career

Teachers & Counsellors

Welcome teachers and counsellors! We know you play a critical role in supporting your students to make effective post-secondary decisions. Learn more about the Faculty’s values and programs by exploring our Land, Food & You program, or by connecting with staff, faculty, and our recruitment colleagues at various counsellor events.

Land, Food & You: Online High School Science Outreach

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Teachers and counsellors who want a customized and hands-on experience for their students can work with our student outreach team to connect with classrooms online as part of our Land Food, & You program. Our workshops relate BC high school curriculum to what students can learn across all majors offered in the Faculty of Land and Food Systems.


Meet the Outreach Team

Hi! We are LFS Student Ambassadors (Maddy, Afnan and Yolanda) and an Indigenous Outreach Coordinator (Ocean) – current LFS students who are working with the LFS Student Services team to support prospective students interested in applying to our programs and to raise the profile of our exciting Faculty (bios for Ocean and Yolanda coming soon!). If you are joining us for an event, we look forward to meeting you! We also work with high school teachers and counsellors who want to coordinate a Land, Food and You experience ‘in’ their schools. You can learn more about our LFS experience and why we chose this Faculty for our post-secondary studies in our bios below.

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What Comes Next?

Still Have Questions?

If you’re interested in a unique first-year experience, explore
Land One: our first-year cohort program in collaboration with
the Faculty of Forestry. Applications due May 31.


Whether you’ve got questions about your program, your experience or your next steps, LFS Student Services is here to help. Get in touch.