SFU Continuing Studies Campuses
SFU at Surrey City Centre Library
The Surrey City Centre Library, a state-of-the-art architectural landmark, is located at 10350 University Drive, just south of 104 Avenue and one block north of the Surrey Central SkyTrain station and SFU’s Surrey campus.
SFU Continuing Studies courses take place in the classrooms on the fourth floor of the library.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get to the Surrey City Centre Library?
If you are coming from downtown on the SkyTrain, you'll see the Surrey City Centre Library on your right as you pull into the station. When you exit the station, the SkyTrain tracks should be behind you, and the Central City tower should be to your left. Walk straight ahead to the end of the bus loop and turn right on University Drive. The library is at 10350, directly beside the North Surrey Recreation Centre.
Look at a map.
For public transit routes and schedules, visit the TransLink website.
Where can I park my car?
Since the library is new, the three-storey parkade is still under construction. A temporary library parking lot is located at the corner of University Drive and 102 Ave. Please note that there is no free parking for library patrons or SFU Continuing Studies students at the Central City mall, but there is paid parking on Level 5 of the mall parkade.
How do I find my classroom at the library?
All SFU Continuing Studies courses take place on the fourth floor of the library. Take the elevator or stairs to the top floor. The room numbers are listed on the wall signs next to the classrooms.
Is the library wheelchair-accessible?
Surrey City Centre Library is accessible to everyone with mobility difficulties.
Where do I buy my textbooks?
Once you have registered for a course, we will notify you of any required textbooks. You can purchase them from the SFU Bookstore.
Can I purchase a snack at the library?
A coffee shop located on the ground floor of the library offers a selection of snacks and beverages.