Need help coping with learning in a university environment? The Student Learning Commons offers one-on-one consultations to help you with exam strategies, time management, notetaking, academic reading and writing, and more.
To learn more about the Student Learning Commons, please visit:
Students with disablities
The Centre for Students with Disabilities supports the full participation of students with disabilities in all aspects of academic life, by coordinating the provision of reasonable academic accommodations and services.
To learn more about the Centre for Students with Disabilities, please visit:
Health and counselling services
Feeling under the weather, or not feeling like yourself? SFU Health & Counselling has a team of doctors, nurses, counsellors, psychiatrists, physiotherapists, and health promotion staff to get you back on track, and to boost your well-being.
Learn more about the Health Sciences Undergraduate Student Union here.
What are your career options after graduating with a degree in health sciences? Visit SFU Career Services to explore your career possibilities, for resume and cover letter writing tips, interview tips, and executing a well-rounded job searching strategy.
To learn more about the services offered by SFU Career Services,please visit: www.sfu.ca/career
To speak to Brenda Badgero, health sciences career advisor, please visit:
Find a peer mentor
The Peer Mentorship Program at the Faculty of Health Sciences matches volunteer mentors with first year health sciences students to help them adjust to university life.
To learn more about the Peer Mentorship Program, or how to find a peer mentor, please visit: fhspeer.weebly.com