Last update: August 30, 2017

Request Student Information Service Centre (SISC), Faculty Service Centre (FSC) and Scheduling and Curriculum Management Centre (SCMC) access.

On this page:

FSC Access For Instructors and Teaching Assistants

Go to the Faculty Service Centre page for instructions. The access request information on this page is for non-instructional staff only.

Administrative Access to SIS Systems For Non-Instructional Employees

Follow the steps below to request access to the SIS.
1. Make sure you have a Campus Wide Login (CWL)

Visit cwl.ubc.ca to request access and for assistance with CWL-related inquiries.

2. Download and complete the SIS Administrative Access form
Please note:
  • Signed approval from your Dean/Director and/or Department Head must be on the form.
  • At Okanagan, the Deputy Registrar or Registrar must sign as well where it is processed.
  • Keep a copy for your department's records for two years after the employee has left.
Processing Information:
  • Okanagan forms are processed at Okanagan through the Registrar's office.
  • For Vancouver, send the forms to SIS Security.
  • Once we have processed your application, you will receive an email confirming your access.
   *Non-UBC staff 

If you are a non-UBC employee requesting access, you must complete the following application.

UBC employees, skip to step 3.

Visit the University Counsel website to find the special agreement/application for non-UBC employees. Complete the special agreement/application form in addition to the SIS access forms found in steps 2 and 3.

Managers should create a guest CWL for non-UBC employees.

3. Complete the SIS Confidentiality Statement form

Complete the  SIS Confidentiality Agreement form and give it to your department head. Your department will keep it on file.

4. Review Information and Data Security Policies
  • Everyone who accesses the SIS must comply with FIPPA and UBC Policies
  • Sharing SIS access is prohibited.
  • Managers must inform SIS Security when access is no longer required.
  • Read more on the SIS Data Security page.