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goSFU

A student information management system

goSFU is the information management system available to SFU students, faculty, and staff 24/7. All SFU students are able to access goSFU for course registration, viewing grades, tracking degree progress, ordering transcripts, and applying for graduation. For faculty and staff, access to goSFU is provided for the purpose of performing administrative and advising duties.

Note!

ACCESS TO goSFU NOW REQUIRES USING MFA AND SFU VPN

To address a technical issue at SFU, remote access to on-campus computers and select services require SFU's virtual private network (VPN) and multi-factor authentication (MFA) as of April 25th, 2021. 

Learn more about the impacted services

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Students/Alumni

Access to the Student Center (goSFU) is provided for students and alumni to enroll in classes, view grades, track academic progress, order transcripts, apply for graduation, and much more.

How to access goSFU?

You must have an active SFU Computing ID to access goSFU.

Undergraduate applicants

Access to goSFU is provided for applicants to check and update their application, self-report grades, and pay admission fees.

How to access goSFU?

Forgot your SFU ID or temporary password?

Contact Registrar and Information Services:

Graduate applicants

The online graduate application system and process is separate from goSFU. See here for more information.

Faculty

Access to the Faculty Center (goSFU) is provided for faculty members to check class schedules, view class rosters, assign final grades to students, and submit or approve grade change requests.

Faculty members will obtain access to goSFU automatically once their teaching appointment has been entered into the system. Access to goSFU will be provided for as long as the faculty member has an active teaching appointment at SFU.

How to access goSFU?

You must have an active SFU Computing ID to access goSFU.

  • If your SFU Computing ID has not been activated yet, activate it now.
  • Access to your Faculty Center is tied to your SFU Computing ID; role accounts cannot be used.

Staff

Access to goSFU is provided upon request to staff members for the purpose of performing administrative and advising duties.

How to access goSFU?

You must have an active SFU Computing ID to access goSFU.

Request access to goSFU for a staff member?

Request for access via the goSFU Access Form.

  • You must be in a temporary or continuing position at SFU. The purpose of your goSFU access request must be related to your position at SFU.
  • Authorization from your Department and the Registrar is required. Access cannot be granted to role accounts.

Fraser International College (FIC) Students

Students who attend and are currently enrolled in classes at Fraser International College (FIC) are able to access goSFU to pay residence fees.

How to access goSFU?

You must have an active SFU Computing ID to access goSFU.

Resources

Get help

Students/alumni/FIC students

For general inquiries related to goSFU

Contact Registrar and Information Services: 

For specific inquiries related to your program and faculty (SFU students only)

Contact an academic advisor.

Undergraduate applicants

For general inquiries related to goSFU

Contact Registrar and Information Services: 

For inquiries related to admission requirements or the application process

Create an account and connect to an advisor in Student Recruitment and Admission.

Graduate applicants

For general inquiries related to goSFU

Contact Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies:

Faculty 

For inquiries or issues related to grade submission or changes

Contact the Undergraduate Records Coordinator: 

Why can't I see my class or access a roster?
You may not have been properly assigned to your class. Contact your department for confirmation.

For system or technical issues
Contact goSFU Help at gosfuhelp@sfu.ca.

Staff

For inquiries related to policies and procedures

Contact the appropriate department in Student Services or Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.

For system or technical issues

Contact goSFU Help at gosfuhelp@sfu.ca.

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