Coat of arms

The coat of arms, granted to SFU in 2007, is limited to specific formal uses: degree and certificate parchments, and their frames and folders; a special line of high-end commemorative gifts from the SFU Bookstore; and formal communications of the president, senate, chancellor and the board of governor


  • No other version of the coat of arms may be used. The coat of arms and crest colours are protected by copyright.
  • The university’s coat of arms (sometimes called the crest) is restricted to formal and ceremonial use.

Get approval

Use of the coat of arms must always be approved by SFU’s Communications & Marketing and VP Legal Affairs.

SFU Coat of Arms