We want you to have a successful educational experience at SFU and we hope to assist you by providing a range of advisors and on-line tools. SFU's advisors will help you plan your courses, explore academic interests and guide you through course and program requirements. To make the most of your time with an advisor, please familiarize yourself with the options you are considering and prepare your questions before your appointment. Program requirements and course information can be found on departmental websites and/or the SFU Calendar.
SFU Academic Advisors
SFU Academic Advisors are the main point of contact for students who have not declared a Major. They can help you with first-year program planning, general academic issues, health issues, general advice and programs to ensure your success in university and beyond.
Faculty and Departmental Advisors
Departmental Advisors can help students who are about to declare a Major with course selection, pre-requisites and options such as minors, majors and honors. Be sure to spend some time on the department website familiarizing yourself with the program in the Academic Calendar before you visit them to make the most of your time.
|Undeclared Students (under 60 units)||Student Services||778-782-6930||3200 Maggie Benston Centre||Student Services|
|Undeclared Students (over 60 units), Double Minor Program,
Internal Faculty Transfers, Surrey Science Students
|Nadia Williams||778-782-7486||SUR firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Data Science||Carlye Vroom||778.782.6703||P9322email@example.com|
|Biological Sciences||Emelia Kirkwood||778-782-3539||B8270firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Biomedical Physiology & Kinesiology||Sophie Dunbar||778-782-3573||K9633email@example.com|
|Earth Sciences||Tarja Vaisanen||778-782-4779||TASC 1 - firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mathematics||Bryant Kamlade||778-782-4980||AQ email@example.com|
|Molecular Biology & Biochemistry||Evon Khor||778-782-5995||SSB 8142||
|Physics||Dr. Cameron Forde||778-782-9267||P9448firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Statistics & Actuarial Science||Carlye Vroom