Don’t wait for tomorrow.
Why complete a degree through SFU NOW: Nights or Weekends?
Choose a university degree that fits your life
SFU NOW is an opportunity for you to take the next step toward your future.
Developed for people who work 30 or more hours a week, SFU NOW courses are regular university courses in several arts and science subjects, including communication, criminology, political science, sociology, English, humanities, international studies and more.
As an SFU NOW student, you can take evening and weekend courses in Vancouver and Surrey. After completing all the required courses, you’ll earn the same Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree as a full-time SFU student.
Earn your Bachelor of Arts in the evenings and on weekends
SFU NOW is designed especially for mature students who wish to study part-time, at night and on weekends. You can enroll in as many or as few courses as you like—just be sure to take at least one SFU NOW course every three semesters to maintain your SFU NOW student status and all of its benefits.
Complete a part-time degree program—or take a few university courses
You may complete a Bachelor of Arts degree entirely through SFU NOW, or take our courses to supplement another SFU program, including a certificate or post-baccalaureate diploma. As an SFU NOW student, you may enroll in any SFU undergraduate course offered online, during the day, in the evenings or on weekends.
Take courses reserved for you
After you’re admitted to SFU, you’ll have access to all SFU courses, but as an SFU NOW student, you’ll enjoy an advantage in the registration process: SFU NOW courses will be reserved for you for the first three weeks of enrollment.
Enjoy the same benefits as a full-time student
SFU NOW has the same tuition, curriculum and student fees as SFU’s full-time Bachelor of Arts degree programs. You’ll learn from the same instructors and receive the same benefits as other SFU students. You’ll also graduate with the same BA.
Get help when you need it
With work and life responsibilities, you may not be able to come to the SFU campus for help. Contact us any time if you have questions. If we’re not at our desks, leave a phone or email message and we’ll reply as soon as we can.