Once completed, please submit the form to the next level of approval (i.e. your senior supervisor or academic unit). More forms for SFU staff and faculty can be found on the Faculty + Staff pages.

Registering in a course as an audit or in a course outside your program. Or if the deadline for adding or dropping a course has passed.

To take a course integral to your graduate program at a university that is part of the Western Dean's Agreement.

To take a course integral to your graduate program at a university outside the Western Dean's Agreement.

Application to withdraw from a course due to extenuating circumstances.

Request for a leave of absence from your program for up to three terms. International students should consult International services for students prior to requesting a leave.

Requests for extensions must be supported by your program. Master's student time limit is 9 terms, Doctoral student's time limit is 18.

If you forgot to enroll or go on leave for the current term.

Request to transfer of credits into your current program.

Request to transfers between related graduate programs at SFU.

To withdraw voluntarily from the University.

If you received Unsatisfactory in your progress evaluation you may appeal in certain circumstances.

Approval of the creation of a supervisory committee

Request to change members on your supervisory committee

Request to postpone your thesis or project publication in the University repository.

Subsequent request to extend a postponement of thesis publication

External: To change your legal name on record

External: To order a replacement parchment once one has already been awarded.

External: To have the balance in your student account refunded to your bank.

External: To authorize release of your information or documents to another person/business.

Self Service Requests

External: An official letter outlining your registration for the term(s)

External: An official letter confirming the successful completion of all academic requirements for your program.

External: A complete official record of your academic history at Simon Fraser University up until the day the transcript is produced.