Scholarships recognize outstanding academic achievement.
The Undergraduate Open Scholarship recognizes and supports undergraduate students who are highly qualified academically, on a term-by-term basis. No application is required.
Awards generally acknowledge outstanding achievements or contributions to the community.
The SFU Service Awards recognize service to the University and/or the community at large, leadership and volunteer work.
Bursaries are awarded on the basis of a demonstrated financial need.
The work-study program provides work opportunities for continuing students which are paid, part-time, and on-campus.
Full-time and part-time students, BC and non-BC residents enrolled in eligible programs can apply to a variety of government assistance, including student loans and grants, and student lines of credit.
Students enrolled in only an SFU co-op term are ineligible to apply for SFU administered scholarships, awards and/or bursaries.
Students participating in a field school or exchange offered through SFU’s International Services for Students (ISS) may be eligible for different types of funding.