As alumni, you have lifetime access to our SFU Library branches where you can continue to use most of our databases for free. In order to access the computers, you will need a new username and password that can be obtained at the Checkout/Loans counter in the library. If you cannot make it to any of our 3 branches, to find out more about our services click here.
If you cannot make it to any of our 3 branches and still reside within BC, you can still gain access to online business articles. BC's public libraries (including small towns) provide access to one of the versions of the Business Source database. If not "Complete" then either Business Source Premier (smaller) or Business Source Elite (smaller still). All versions have the core content, including publications such as, the Harvard Business Review online. This database can be accessed via your home computer with a public library access card.
Need help finding your local library site: http://www.bclibraries.ca/home/bclibraries
Note that the public libraries often have other resources such as online directories and business plan handbooks, and that they have a particular strength in the area of resources to help with job searches.
For those who leave BC, check out the site of your local library to see what they offer in terms of online business databases or book loans.
SFU's journal subscriptions do allow for alumni access from off campus, and others are free to all (open access). However, most of these resources aren't directly relevant to Business.
Access to some journal and database publishers are much more restrictive and explicitly forbid public access in any form or location.
For more on the services and resources available at the SFU Library for our alumni, see our guide at: http://www.lib.sfu.ca/my-library/services-for-you/alumni