The Academic Progress Report (accessed through goSFU) is NOT accurate for LBST programs. Please do not use the APR to check your progress in LBST programs; please contact LBST advising.
If you are already declared in a LBST program, believe you are ready to declare an LBST program, or want to know what you will need to declare, please contact the LBST Undergraduate Student Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org
** Drop-in and Appointment advising will NOT be available between Oct. 13 and Oct. 30.
Please e-mail your questions to email@example.com. If you want to declare major/minor or
want to do a graduation check, please also e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org (please always
use your SFU e-mail and include your SFU ID #).
Drop-In Advising Hours: Mondays, Tuesdays & Wednesdays, 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Appointments: Please e-mail email@example.com to book an appointment (with your SFU ID #).
Student Services Advising
If you are in your first or second year (less than 60 units complete), and you are not sure yet what you would like to major/minor in, you will want to contact a Student Services Academic Advisor:
- Online Advising & Drop-In Calendar
- Phone to schedule an appointment by calling (778) 782-6930
- Access instant messaging live help
For further information, please visit the Student Services Academic Advising website.
Your Advising Transcript contains information about your GPA, courses taken and grades achieved, courses transferred, and WQB requirements completed.
To access your Advising Transcript from SIMS (https://go.sfu.ca/), follow these links:
Self Service > Academic Records > Transcripts > Advising Transcript, then select Sort by Subject, click Go, and either print a copy of your transcript or save it as a PDF.
It is the responsibility of each student to be aware of faculty regulations as stated in the Calendar. Departmental and faculty advisors and staff are available to give advice and guidance. However, the ultimate responsibility for completeness and correctness of course selection, for compliance with and completion of program and degree requirements and for observance of regulations and deadlines rests with the student.
All requirements are outlined in the SFU Calendar. Please note that the SFU Calendar is considered the authority for official information, therefore we recommend that students refer to the calendar for information pertaining to Program Requirements, including course prerequisites.
- SFU Library Resource Guide for Labour Studies:
- SFU Liaison Librarian, Moninder Lalli