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There's more to school than just classes. Get involved and have some fun! SFU offers a wealth of activities that will add to the university experience and enhance your years at school. Enjoy a vibrant and exciting community by meeting new people, trying new adventures and taking advantage of what we offer. Take part in intramurals, join a club, support the athletic program - live SFU!
SFU has an excellent athletics program which offers plenty of excitement for athletes and sports fans alike. Find out more about SFU Athletics.
Get active! SFU offers great intramural programs - both competitive and recreational. Getting involved in intramurals is a great way to stay active and have fun. Find out more about SFU Intramurals.
There are over 100 registered clubs at SFU supported by the Simon Fraser Students Society. These clubs centre on a variety of interests and most students can easily find one they like. Find out more about general clubs at SFU.
The Cornerstone, the first of four mixed-use buildings, is located next to the Town Square and across from the bus loop on the east side of campus.The building offers a handpicked selection of unique businesses, a few SFU Departments, and rental apartments.Find out more about The Cornerstone.
Health and Counselling Services
Health and Counselling Services is a service based centre made up of an integrated team of professionals, volunteer peer educators and general volunteers who believe that school doesn't have to be a total grind. To that end, we've made it easy for you to get a ton of services to give you the edge on physical and psychological health, learning skills and career development. Find out more about Health and Counselling Services.
Living on campus offers students the chance to immerse themselves in the university experience. Some of the benefits include:
- Getting involved in the many programs and activities
- Meeting new people who will become life-long friends
- Living in an environment conducive to studying
- Having easy access to classes and the library
Find out more about Residence & Housing at SFU.
SFU offers new students a chance to learn more about the campus, classes and university life through the New Student Orientation. This opportunity will help you get comfortable with SFU before you start your first semester.Find out more about New Student Orientation.
Campus Security was first established in early 1965, prior to the University's official opening. It has evolved over the years from a guard force (originally responsible for the protection of the physical assets of the University) to a modern interactive student and community oriented, personal safety and protection service.
The SFU Campus Security Patrol Operations Office is staffed 24 hours a day, and is ready to respond to campus emergencies, requests for information, and complaints. The Patrol Operations is staffed by contract security officers, each run by an SFU Shift Supervisor. This office functions as the main information centre on Campus.
The SFU campus is patrolled 24 hours a day by Campus Security officers and Student Patrollers. These patrols are conducted by officers on foot, in vans, and on bicycles. Find out more about SFU Campus Security.
SFU offers students semester long parking permits through a lottery system. There are also a number of visitor lots students can park at if they don't win the parking pass lottery. Find out more about parking at SFU.
Eligible SFU students receive a U-Pass allowing them to make unlimited, all zone use of public transit in the GVRD. The program is only mandatory for eligible students. Ineligible students are not charged the U-Pass fee for that term. The costs is approximately one-fifth of a regularly priced transit pass. Find out more about the U-Pass program at SFU.