Things to consider before you register:
Thank you for choosing SFU Summer Camps. Here is some information that will help you choose a great camp.
Pre & Post Camp Care
Will your child need supervision before or after camp? View Pre-Care & Post-Care Options
Considering ordering lunch for your child? We've made some exciting changes to the lunch program for 2013. View Lunch Options
Fit2Go Pass - for Parents
This pass is designed to allow parents a convenient workout while their child is supervised and being active at camp. View Fit2Go Pass Option
More than 5 business days (M-F) prior a course start date:
A full refund (less a 15% administration fee per course) will be issued for course cancellations before the course start date.
Five or fewer business days (M-F) prior a course start date:
Cancellation requests 5 or fewer business days prior a course start date will be considered with:
- Receipt of written medical recommendation from a Doctor.
- Receipt of written recommendation from the Course Instructor, stating the circumstances by which the course is unsuitable for the participant.
With such documentation, a full refund (less a 15% administration fee per course) will be issued prior the course start date. A pro-rated refund (less a 15% administration fee per course) will be issued once the course has begun.
Recreation Course Transfers
Course transfers will be considered by administration and based on course minimum registration requirements. A $5 transfer fee will apply.
When You Get Here
Translink has an extensive bus service to SFU with a bus stop located adjacent to the Camps Program central meeting area. Twenty-minute courtesy parking is available for drop-off and pick-up in the Visitor Parkade adjacent to the gym. Full details on parking and drop-off/pick-up procedures will be included in your registration confirmation email (sent 1 week before camp).
Children with Disabilities
We are committed to creating an inclusive environment for our campers. In order to ensure the best experience for children with disabilities, we encourage parents to contact us to collaborate to find a program that will be best suited for your child.
Where resources allow, we would be happy to provide a volunteer who can provide additional assistance, but please keep in mind that these volunteers do not necessarily have any specific training on working with people with disabilities. Our volunteers are mostly high school students. SFU Camp volunteers complete our camp training program and are required to have a clear Criminal Record.
Please Contact Us so we can help find a program that best suits your child.