Explore our key initiatives

UBC Sauder is a vibrant hub of ideas and opportunities. Our generous alumni and donors make the school an even better place for future leaders to hone their skills. Take a look at some of our key priorities in supporting UBC Sauder students, and see how you can get involved.

Support a student
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Support a student

UBC Sauder students are tomorrow's leaders, entrepreneurs, problem solvers, decision makers and global citizens. Student awards help make many of their accomplishments possible
Foster Indigenous leaders

Foster Indigenous leaders

Through the Ch’nook initiative, UBC Sauder helps Indigenous students to develop the leadership and management skills needed for business success and economic independence
Cultivate an entrepreneur
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Cultivate an entrepreneur

Our goal is to foster a strong culture of entrepreneurial thinking and increase opportunities for participation in the innovation economy
Give students a unique experience
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Give students a unique experience

As students prepare to make a positive impact on business and society, the UBC Sauder Innovation Fund supports irreplaceable learning opportunities that will help shape their future path

Impact stories

Find out how your donations influence our students and the surrounding business community.


The Powerhouse Project

New knowledge, new ways of thinking, new solutions for society: that’s the promise of UBC Sauder’s $120M Powerhouse Project. This stunning 11-storey building will be constructed next to our current facilities at the site of the former UBC Power House, originally built in 1925.


Learn how you can help support

Gifts large and small have an impact. No matter which cause you choose to support, when you invest in UBC Sauder, the cumulative impact of giving goes beyond borders of the campus, into the local community and out into the world.

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