- About FASS
- Departments and programs
- Applied legal studies
- Cognitive science
- French Cohort
- Gender, sexuality, and women's studies
- Global Asia
- Global Humanities
- Graduate liberal studies
- Indigenous languages
- Indigenous studies
- International studies
- Labour studies
- Political science
- Public policy
- Social data analytics
- Urban studies
- World languages & literatures
- Future Students
- Undergraduate Students
- Advising and Resources
- Connect with Arts Central
- Plan your Program
- Career Experience
- Student Life
- FASS Forward
- INDG 305-1 Treaties in Canada
- FASS 200-1 Writing Right: Strategies for effective revision
- FASS 204-1 Communicating in Conflict and Negotiation
- FASS 207-1 Cultural Humility: Understanding Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
- FASS 208-1 Introduction to Personal Financial Planning for Students
- FASS 210-1 Language Network Science
- FASS 211-1 Data Literacy and the City
- Graduate Students
- Undergraduate Students
Faculty member resources
- Find funding
- Apply for funding
- Manage funding
- Frequently asked questions
- Research centres & institutes
- Faculty member resources
- High School Visits
- Faculty & staff portal
- FASS at Surrey
- Make meaning
- Next steps for new students
- Faculty & Staff (NEW 2022)
Next steps for new students
Congratulations on your offer to study at SFU's Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS)!
Your advisors: Ask us anything!
Academic advisors are here to help you with any questions you have about course planning, your program options, and much more!
Meet your advisors
Who are academic advisors? They're your greatest and most direct resource for all your questions when you start your studies at FASS.
Student staff: they've been where you're at now!
Have any questions or concerns about getting involved in FASS? Want to chat with a current FASS student? Reach out to Ashmita, our student staff working in Arts Central!
4th year, Political Science major, Philosophy minor
FASS Student Engagement Staff
Watch the FASS student panel and Q&A
Current FASS students share tips and tricks to help make you successful during your first year.
Make your studies meaningful
Now that you're settled in, it's time to plan your studies. You came to FASS at SFU because we have the largest number of departments and you have a lot of questions! Here are some areas of inquiry to get you started. -->
Choose your courses
FASS instructors are award-winning academics who care about their students - that's you!
Watch the FASS Great Debate: It's a fun way to get to know some FASS instructors and staff!
Join departmental student unions (DSUs)
Departmental student unions are student-run groups that organize social, academic and career-related events. You automatically belong to the FASS Student Union (Society for Arts and Social Sciences) and the Departmental Student Union for your intended major and/or minor department.
Go to the bottom of the page at sfusass.com to sign up to join the SASS Discord! Then stay on that page to find your DSU, follow them on social media, and learn how to get involved in upcoming, virtual social events.
Co-op and careers: we help you toward your working future
Find out how to add employment experience to your resume while at university. It's something to think about! Looks great on your resume and is needed if you plan to go to grad school!
What our grads do
In only a few years, you'll be a FASS graduate! Watch what FASS graduates are doing now and their advice to you.
Contact Kaitlan Davis, FASS Recruitment, Community Outreach and Engagement Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.