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You're at university — congratulations! Now's your opportunity to do so much more than succeed at your studies!
Get involved socially! Learn leadership skills! Make the moves to a promising career! And so much more. Check out all the ways FASS makes student life exciting, informative and fun!
Get introduced to your university community! Here's your guide to getting the help you need to feel connected.
As a FASS Mentee you will experience an increase sense of belonging and well-being through supportive connections with an upper-year FASS student.
Just as you are passionate about the courses you take and the causes you support, SASS (the Society of Arts and Social Sciences) is passionate about the students they represent, you!
Discover an SFSS Club connecting you to a shared academic or professional interest! Three student Clubs FASS highly recommends are Model United Nations Club, the SFU Pre-Law Society and the SFU Debate Society!
Now that you've connected to your university community, pass it on! Help new students by sharing your experiences and new skills.
MyInvolvement is your one stop shop for opportunities. Register for career and leadership development programs and apply for volunteer and paid on campus positions.
As a Welcome Leader or Peer Mentor you will gain friendships and connections, while you build up your resume as you provide guidance to new students.
Put your newly found skills and experience into practice. Get job experience that'll jazz up your resume and make employers take notice.
Want to broaden your career options and sharpen your skills as a critical thinker, writer, speaker, researcher, communicator and leader? Arts and Social Sciences Co-op is where you get paid to build skills and expertise.
Student unions are elected, student-run bodies that represent undergraduate students. They bridge the gap between you, your department and Faculty, and the Simon Fraser Student Society.
The Work-Study Program is an opportunity to participate in research-based projects and earn a supplemental income.
Looking for work requires work! Get help from SFU’s career services and get your applications looking the best they can.
While in school, expand your network and reach your greatest heights!
Work together with members of student unions to organize social, academic and career related events for fellow students in your discipline.
The Student Learning Commons provides expert and friendly help with academic writing, learning, and study strategies — in an environment of collaboration, discussion, and peer learning.
SFU's librarians are here to help! Plus, reach out to the professors, teaching assistants, research assistants and academic advisors specific to your program.
Fun opportunities to study abroad, meet new people and expand your understanding of the world.
A Field School can be described as an extended field trip, or an off-campus delivery of SFU courses for a group of 10 - 20 students. Most Field Schools are full term programs, directed by an SFU instructor, consisting of 9 to 12 units of selected courses.
Employers from across Canada and abroad are always looking to hire Arts Co-op students who read between the lines, think independently, draw conclusions and communicate effectively. Build your resume and get paid while you work on your degree.
Next level involvement at SFU! Are you interested in understanding how decisions are made that influence all SFU students? Want to have your voice heard so you can be part of making those decisions? We recommend you get involved in governance!
Run for a position on the Simon Fraser Student Society (SFSS), a student-led organization that represents and advocates for the interests of all SFU students.
The Board of Governors is the senior governing body at SFU. There are 15 members including two elected students, you could be one of them.
Mizuki is available to chat Mondays and Fridays, 9am-5pm.
Abi is available to chat Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 10am-5pm.
(Times specified are Pacific / Vancouver hours)
Sign up to chat with us by phone or video!
Connect with Arts Central
Arts Central is open to student groups and clubs active in the faculty and who are looking to connect either with other students or to receive support from the student engagement coordinator.
Join the FASS Connections program in Burnaby, the FASS One program in Surrey or a Student Union to meet other students and get involved within FASS.