Student Resources

Undergraduate support

Undergraduate students at SFU have access to a range of services that aim to enhance their education by helping them achieve their academic goals while maintaining their well-being.

Return to Campus

SFU returned to in-person learning and teaching on January 24, 2022, and all students, faculty, staff, and visitors must follow current safety measures when on campus.

Covid-related updates

student services

Student Support, Rights, and Responsibilities

The Office of Student Support, Rights & Responsibilities is where students can find out about their responsibilities and rights as members of the SFU community, and learn about the supports available to them.

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Health and Counselling

Your health and overall well-being are important to your academic success and SFU Health & Counselling is available to support your journey with a range of resources and tools to meet your unqiue experience.

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Career Services

Explore career prospects of a Global Humanities degree, current jobs on campus for students, or valuable resouces like help with your resume, cover letter, and interview skills with SFU Careers. Virtual appointments and drop-ins available.

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Academic resources

Student Learning Commons

The Student Learning Commons (SLC) provides help with academic writing and learning and studying skills, and support for English as an additional language. Visit their website for a complete list of virtual and in-person services and workshops.

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Citation & Style Guide

For courses in the Department of Global Humanities please follow common citation guides. Check out the link below to learn more about these citation guides and how to utilize them.

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Academic Integrity

All Global Humanities students are expected "to uphold the values of academic integrity: honesty, trust, fairness, respect, responsibility, and courage," and, therefore, follow the university's Student Academic Integrity Policy.

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