Academic Integrity Week
Academic Integrity Week, February 27 to March 3, highlights the people and resources that support students in their ethical learning practices. Say hello to an advisor at a pop-up table, attend a workshop at the Student Learning Commons or reach out to your instructor during office hours!
- Burnaby campus: #KnowYourSFU space in MBC 2270
- Surrey campus: Games Lounge in Surrey Mezzanine
- Vancouver campus: Games Lounge in Harbour Centre Concourse (Wed Mar 1 only), with resources available in the HC Lobby all week long
The Student Learning Commons has a range of workshops to provide practical help on study strategies and exam preparation. SFU is participating in Procrastination Awareness Week so remember to register for this useful event where you can connect with students across Canada. You are not alone!
Academics First for Indigenous students and athletes.
- CHEM: The Department of Chemistry has a list of graduate students who can provide content specific tutoring.
- MATH: The Math department offers free workshops in Algebra, Applied Calculus, Calculus and support in Quantitative courses.
- SCIENCE: Volunteer peer tutors provide support for Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics classes on a drop-in basis. This is free!
- STAT / ACMA: Students enrolled in a Statistics or ACMA course can hire a tutor through the department or attend a free Statistics workshop.
- FREN: The Department of French offers a free, online, drop-in service (Tutorat) to assist all students currently enrolled in FREN courses with homework-related French language questions.
English as an Additional Language services: The SLC free academic English coaching and non-credit courses in English Grammar and Writing. English conversation groups are also available through the Conversation Partners program.
Study skills and strategies: With free workshops from Time Management to Note Taking to improving your Reading Effectiveness, the SLC can provides you with all the tips to becoming a successful and less stressed student!
Centre for Accessible Learning (CAL) (note taking program): The CAL office is available to speak to any student with a documented or suspected disability about accommodations or services that will ensure fair access to learning material.
Health and Counselling: A student’s life can be overwhelming. The staff at Health and Counselling are available to support you with your mental and physical health.
International Student Support: Whether you are looking for assistance with housing, understanding documents or navigating life in Canada, contact International Services for Students to meet other students, share resources and gain knowledge.
Academic Advising: Student Services Academic Advisors help you plan your degree to meet your program requirements and your personal, professional and educational goals.