Keeping in touch with your fellow grads can enrich your lives both personally and professionally. That is why we offer you ways to keep in touch – not only with the university and the alumni association, but also with each other.
Reasons to Stay Connected
Take Advantage of Alumni Benefits & Services
Access many value-added benefits and services available at economical group rates, discounted, or in some cases for free. Why pay more?
Products/Services offered include:
- Mortgage Broker
- Life Insurance
- Critical Illness Insurance
- Disability Insurance
- Home/Auto Insurance
- Medical/Dental Insurance
- Special SFU Degree Frames
- Credit Card
Access some campus services that you had as a student
Campus services that are designed to add value to your lives:
- Alumni Email Forwarding Address
- Career Services *
- Campus + Alumni News
- Continuing Studies
- Diamond Alumni Centre *
- Library Access *
- Recreation Facilities *
- SFU Cultural Programs
- Transcripts, Parchment Replacement and Applications
- Wireless Access
- * indicates only specific services are available
Access Career Services
Recent SFU graduates can access job postings and career development information through SFU Career Services or for Beedie School of Business alumni, the Beedie Career Management Centre. Alumni looking for career direction are eligible to receive a 15% discount on career assessment testing and counseling through SFU Continuing Studies.
Access career assessment services - alumni discount
Enjoy 15% discount for Alumni on Continuing Studies Career Assessment Services. Develop a comprehensive vocational profile, have it interpreted by a professional, and receive counselling and career planning based on the results.
Moved to a new city? Use your alumni network!
SFU alumni become a natural network; when you move to a new city, one of the easiest ways to get settled is to reach out to other alumni in the area. They can be a great resource for helping you to figure out the tips and tricks to your new city.
The SFU Alumni LinkedIn page is also another great place to try to connect with other graduates. Join us?
Ways to Stay Connected
Update your contact information
By updating your current contact information it allows us to keep you up-to-date on engaging alumni events in your region, enlighten you about benefits and services you can access, and keep you informed through our monthly eNewsletter.
Join the conversation online
Join the Alumni Online Directory
Stay connected with your peers and expand your network through our private Alumni Online Directory. Search for classmates, send private messages, and update your address and employment information with SFU.
Attend alumni events
From professional development, to pub nights, to lectures, to formal receptions, there are hundreds of alumni events that happen each year across the globe. Visit our events page often to see what's new!
Make a gift!
Most students and graduates don't realize that the majority of everyone's education is paid for through taxes and donations. Alumni constitute 80% of the University's donors (thank you!).
Help make a difference for students. Did you know you can set up a bursary, scholarship, and/or endowment fund in your name? Did you know that even a $10 monthly donation can go along way? Did you know that SFU accepts Bitcoin donations? Find out more
Keep up-to-date with the monthly eNewsletter
Stay up-to-date on all things alumni through the monthly alumni eNewsletter. It's a great way to see all the events coming up, check out interesting alumni stories, and read special announcements.
Interested in volunteering? Visit our section on Alumni Volunteers
June 27, 2016
Burnaby: SFU Philosophers' Café- Kyle Ross
Title: How do our cultural histories affect our worldviews?
June 27, 2016
San Francisco: SFU Tech Talks + President’s Alumni + Friends Reception
Join us in San Francisco for an SFU Tech Talks and a special alumni + friends reception hosted by SFU's president, Andrew Petter.
June 28, 2016
Vancouver: SFU Philosophers' Café- Kalpna Solanki
Title: Should we care more about where our food comes from?