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Return to campus information for students
It has most certainly been a challenging year as a result of COVID-19. Everyone has no doubt experienced a great deal of changes and challenges in their life.
We are currently planning a safe return to campus for the Fall 2021 term. This will predominantly mean that courses will be delivered in-person across FCAT’s schools and programs and at all of SFU’s campuses. A small number of courses will also be offered remotely in cases where it will help with course bottlenecks or where some remote teaching has helped to improve the student experience.
We are very excited about seeing everyone back in-person on campus and welcoming our new first year students! Know that we are working very hard behind the scenes to make Fall term the best possible experience that we can with everyone’s safety in mind.
Carman Neustaedter | Dean, Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology
For more details about SFU's four-stage return to campus plan and further resources for students, visit the SFU Return to Campus website.
For more details about remote courses in the fall, visit the Remote Courses FAQ from Student Services.
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- Undeclared students or those with fewer than 60 units can contact an SFU advisor for support. All advising is now online or by phone.
- Students with 60 units or more should consult their program advisor. FCAT advising is now being done remotely by phone, email and videoconference.
- Find all the information you need in the SFU Graduate Student COVID-19 FAQs.
- See this IT Services page for many resources related to remote studying.
- Student Services has put together a list of helpful learning resources.
- Undergraduate students can find all the information they need about student fees, financial aid, u-pass, grading options, and academic policies from Student Services.
- Library services: Fraser (Surrey), Belzberg (Vancouver), and Bennett (Burnaby) libraries are closed until further notice. See the library website for details.
- The Student Learning Commons continues to provide consultation on writing and studying strategies.
Co-op and Career and Volunteer Services
- Visit the Co-op and Work Integrated Learning FAQ page for all the details related to current and future co-op placements.
- Careers and Volunteer Services (CVS) appointments are available by phone or online, Monday to Friday. Reach out on Facebook @SFU.Career, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Career and Work website.
- Volunteer virtually with youth, make a difference, and get SFU Co-Curricular Record (CCR) credit!
Health & wellness
- All SFU students can access free, immediate counselling and support 24/7 (chat or phone) with My SSP (Student Support Program).
- The Sexual Violence Support & Prevention Office is working remotely until further notice, but continues to provide supports and services to the SFU and FIC communities. Call 778-782-7233 or email email@example.com.
- Join Health & Counselling Services at Virtual Mindfulness Meditation sessions every Wednesday until the end of the summer term.
- The COVID-19 Emotional Support Group meets frequently and is a safe space where you can connect with one another, share how you feel and receive support.
- SFU Recreation has launched Healthy at Home, a collection of online fitness classes and wellness videos.
Student support and resources
- SFU has launched a campaign to raise funds for students via the SFU Student Urgent Response Fund.
- Financial advising is available by phone. Visit the Financial Aid and Awards website for more details about support options.
- The Centre for Dialogue has put together a website full of general COVID-19 resources at wegotchu.ca.
Campus building access
- All SFU campuses and buildings remain open with limited access: Limited access means the majority of perimeter doors for all buildings and all campuses will be locked, with specific doors unlocked between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday. For more details, visit the Campus Public Safety website.
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