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Admission and Readmission

Director of Admissions

N. Heath BA (Oxf), MA (S Fraser)

Director, Student Recruitment

J.Macnab BA (Trent), BEd (Qu)

Associate Director, Admissions

D. Moore BA (S Fraser)

Associate Director, Recruitment Services

P. Godman BA (S Fraser)

Admission Recruiters

E. Bernoth BSc (S Fraser)

M. Trautman BA (S Fraser)

H. Roberts BAdmin (BC Open University)

K. Wong BSW (Br Col)

Student Recruiters

T. Bell BA (S Fraser)

M. Black MA (Royal Roads)

L. Walker BA (S Fraser)

The University welcomes applications from Canadian and International students. All new students must apply for and be granted admission to the University. An admission offer is required before students may register in courses.

Further information on readmission is given later in this section.

All enquiries relating to admission should be directed to director of admissions, Office of the Registrar, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, V5A 1S6, 778.782.3697 Tel, 778.782.4969 Fax, www.reg.sfu.ca

An advising service is available for potential applicants. Call 778.782 3397 for an appointment. Information and assistance for students with a physical disability are available from the Centre for Students with Disabilities, telephone 778.782 3112.

Protection of Privacy

Simon Fraser University gathers and maintains information used for the purposes of admission, registration and other fundamental activities related to being a Simon Fraser University community member and to attending a public postsecondary institution in the Province of British Columbia.

In signing an application for admission, all applicants are advised that the information they provide and any other information placed into the student record will be protected and used in compliance with British Columbia's Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (1992).

All British Columbian applicants will be asked to provide their British Columbia personal education numbers (PEN) at the time of application. All others will be assigned a PEN by the British Columbia Ministry of Advanced Education, Training and Technology. Its uses are restricted to research and program evaluation. No identifiable personal information will be released.

Retention of Documents

The documents which you supply to support applications for admission will be retained for three semesters, following the semester to which application is made. Then, application forms, transcripts and other materials related to applications will be destroyed. Irreplaceable documents will be returned to the applicant if requested at the time of application.


This section is divided into five main areas as noted in the table of contents. The Admission Process describes the "how and when" of the various stages involved in applying to the University. All applicants details those admission requirements or policies applicable to any applicant. The next three sections - British Columbia, Canada and International - provide detailed admission requirements for the respective areas. Within each section, requirements are provided for secondary school, college and university level applicants. Finally, Re-admission explains the requirements and processes to be followed by previously admitted students wishing to re-commence their studies.

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Financial Assistance