SAY YES TO CCP
FOR INCLUSIVE FUNDING
FOR CAMPUS CULTURE AND PERFORMANCE CLUBS
VOTE ONLINE MARCH 11-15
What is CCP?
The UBC Campus Culture and Performance Fee (CCP) provides funding for UBC clubs that encourage collaboration, learning and innovation both within and beyond the UBC community. CCP clubs seek to promote various performance-based activities on campus that include but aren’t limited to: dance, music, theatre, spoken word, film and other performance arts. CCP funding is used towards funding events and acquiring new equipment or resources to make these activities more accessible to all UBC students.
Will this cost me more money?
NO! The UBC Campus Culture and Performance Fee is a pre-existing refundable fee included in your student fees. Students can choose to opt out of the CCP Fee. The aim of this referendum is to better implement the student fees you already pay. By supporting this referendum, you are supporting more accessible and inclusive funding for student-lead clubs at UBC that promote performance arts and elevate campus culture.
How will CCP clubs be held accountable?
Who are the current CCP clubs?
The 7 original CCP clubs that established this fund in 2016 include Blank Vinyl Project (BVP), UBC Debate Society, UBC Jazz Cafe, Musical Theatre Troupe (MTT), UBC Player's Club, UBC Slam Poetry, and UBC Film Society (UBC Filmsoc).
Non-CCP clubs such as the UBC Music Initiative (UMI) and the UBC Photographic Society (UBC Photosoc) are also contributing to this campaign.