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In 2008, SFU's Nights or Weekends (NOW) program was developed to allow students to complete their degrees by taking only evening and weekend classes.
In light of the pandemic changing many lives and career paths, FASS is exploring new ways to respond to our students' changing needs. FASS will no longer be admitting new students into SFU NOW.
FASS remains committed to serving the needs of all current SFU NOW students in our Faculty.
If you are a current SFU NOW student, please contact your departmental advisor to discuss the large range of asynchronous remote and online courses that you can take during the pandemic. Your contacts:
- Undeclared students: Arts Central, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Declared students: Please contact your department's academic advisor
If you are a student in another Faculty, your contacts are:
- Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology:
Joti Muker, FCAT Senior Advisor, email@example.com or (778) 782-5572
- Faculty of Science:
Melissa Tamer, Science Academic Advisor, firstname.lastname@example.org or (778) 782-7486
- Faculty of Environment:
Vlad Vintila, email@example.com or (778) 782-3519
If you would like to apply to SFU as a regular student, the next application period is October 1, 2020 to January 31, 2021, to start taking SFU courses in September 2021.
- If you are 23 or older, you may be given consideration as a mature student.
- Additionally, we are interested in those who meet our minimum admission standards and have demonstrated commitment or excellence in other endeavours — see our Diverse Qualifications admissions page to apply based on more than your grades.
Meet Rozy Karim
At one point during her studies in the International Studies program, Rozy Karim found herself in her student advisor’s office with tears in her eyes. Having begun her undergraduate education at the age of 59, she reflected on her past and wondered if she would be able to complete her studies.
To anyone who knew Karim’s story, the answer would be a resounding “Yes, you can!”