At SFU Continuing Studies, we strive to meet your learning needs. Here is an overview of the services available to you as a Continuing Studies student as well as some links to help you find your way around our site.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 778-782-8000 if you can’t find what you’re looking for.
Once in your account, look under My Account > Completed Courses. Here are some instructions on how to see your grades online.
Alternatively, if you know your grades have been posted, you can request a transcript.
Fill out this form to apply to graduate from your program and receive your official certificate/diploma.
You can request a duplicate copy of your T2202 tax form by filling out a T2202 Duplicate Request Form. Please be sure to include your full name and current mailing address. Once we have your form, we will mail a duplicate T2202 tax form to you at no charge.
*Up to and including the 2013 tax year, SFU Continuing Studies issued the T2202(e) Education and Textbook Amounts Certificate to all eligible students, which specified the education amount only and did not include the tuition amount. This form was used in conjunction with the tax receipt to claim tuition, education and textbook amounts.
Current students and alumni may request transcripts of their non-credit academic records through our online form. We cannot take requests for transcripts over the phone, and we cannot issue transcripts to students with outstanding balances. Please allow one to two business days to process your request.
To reference letter grade equivalents, view SFU's non-credit grading system.
These records are confidential, so we issue transcripts to third parties only with the student’s written authorization.
Are you looking for your undergraduate credit transcript? If so, contact SFU Student Services.
Policies and Procedures
|Letter Grade||Definition||Numerical Equivalent||Percentage Range|
|95 - 100
90 - 94
85 - 89
|80 - 84
75 - 79
70 - 74
|65 - 69
60 - 64
|55 - 59
50 - 54
|Fail (unsatisfactory performance)||0.00||< 50|
|Fail (unsatisfactory performance)||0.00|
|Attended and participated. No grade assigned||No equivalent|
|Withdrawal under extenuating circumstances||No equivalent|
|Credential awarded||No equivalent|
Simon Fraser University promotes teaching, scholarship and research, and the free and critical discussion of ideas. The university is committed to providing a working and learning environment that allows for the full and free participation of all members of the university community (policy GP18).
While there is much that we do not understand about scented products, there is no doubt that these materials make some people unwell. If you have a reaction to scented products, you should first approach your classmate directly. Explain the problem and the reaction the fragrance triggers. You can refer them to the Scents in the Workplace website for educational information.
SFU Continuing Studies students are expected to comply with the Simon Fraser University Code of Academic Integrity and Good Conduct. Simon Fraser University is committed to creating a scholarly community characterized by honesty, civility, diversity, free inquiry, mutual respect, individual safety, and freedom from harassment and discrimination.
Amenities and Services
Limited pay-for-use bike lock up is available at the Richards Street bike cage in Vancouver. Bicycle racks are located on level 1 of the parkade in Surrey.
We have bookstores at all three of our campuses. In addition to textbooks and course materials, we carry an extensive range of general books, stationery, gifts, greeting cards and SFU clothing.
SFU does not offer childcare services.
Daytime childcare is available through Granny Y's Infant and Toddler Care Centre at 1140 West Pender (call 604-689-5342). Emergency short-term childcare is available through YWCA's Crabtree Corner at 101 East Cordova (call 604-689-2808). These centres do not offer evening childcare services.
Simon Fraser University is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for students, staff, and visitors. For a true emergency (fire, first aid, or to report a suspicious person, etc.), call one of these numbers:
Vancouver: local 25252 or 778-782-5252
Surrey: local 27511 or 778-782-7511
At SFU's Vancouver and Surrey campuses, there are food courts and several restaurants within close walking distance.
If you’re tired of eating take-out every time you come to our Vancouver campus, you may eat in our student lounge in room 3410. The lounge has several kitchen items, including microwaves, sinks, kettles, fridge space, and plenty of seating. Just ask for the room's access code at Information and Registration (in the main lobby).
SFU's Health and Counselling offers a wide range of services to maintain your physical and mental health. Our health clinic (doctors and nurses), counselling, psychiatrist, and health promotion team are here to collectively and positively influence your health and well-being.
Please note: You must obtain authorization from the appropriate program director for your area of study to access SFU Health and Counselling services. Please send access requests to email@example.com.
The Interfaith Centre seeks to facilitate living one’s faith, to support the spiritual well-being of students, staff and faculty, and to increase the understanding of and respect for religious beliefs and practices across all three campuses.
Library access is free.
Our libraries offer a number of services and research skills services for mature students. They’re also good places to write papers or photocopy assignments. Visit our Vancouver and Surrey websites for comprehensive information, or this online guide to specific services for non-credit students.
Review our SFU Continuing Studies Campus page for detailed information on parking at each campus.
SFU is committed to the full participation of students with disabilities in all aspects of academic life. The Centre for Students with Disabilities supports such equal participation by coordinating the provision of reasonable academic accommodations and services for students with disabilities. You may contact their offices directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Continuing Studies courses are non-credit. Only graduate and undergraduate students, who are taking credit courses, are eligible for the U-Pass BC program. For current criteria, visit SFU Student Services' U-Pass BC information page.