- Get help
- Announcements & alerts
- Service outages
- Security alerts
- Major initiatives
- SFU works toward keeping devices out of landfills
- A journey to improved WiFi
- Expanded identity options for students within SFU applications
- Help us, help you, connect to better WiFi
- IT Services' new support system: ServiceHub
- Information Security Essential Courses
- IT Services leadership announcement
- University Wide Password Change Initiative
- April 2021 technical issue
- Telephone System Core Infrastructure Upgrade
- Decommissioning fraser.sfu.ca
- Information security
- Anti-Spam (CASL) Compliance
- Data security standard
- Desktop Security
- Identity Protection
- Phishing Scams
- How to stay safe online
- Security hygiene
- Tips for safe computing
- Travelling with technology
- Keeping Your Personal Information Safe During the Holidays
- Don't get caught by a phishing scam
ServiceHub is our new one-stop portal for you to interact with IT Services about the services you are interested in.
If you need assistance with a service, request for support at servicehub.sfu.ca.
Accessing personal webspace off-campus
To promote information security, you'll need to connect to SFU's secure networks to access personal webspace remotely.
You can access personal webspace on computers in SFU computer labs. They are accessible remotely, however, it requires MFA.
Connect to computer labs remotely →
Graduate students, faculty and staff
You can access personal webspace by using SFU VPN. This also requires using MFA.
The web publishing service for individuals & small groups
Each student, faculty and staff has access to 10-gigabytes of webspace to host online content, such as a website, or study or work related files, on the www.sfu.ca server. Typical uses of Personal Webspace include:
- Students hosting a portfolio website, or
- Faculty hosting a research CV website
Your personal webspace can be accessed using your SFU Computing ID & password, and published webpages can be viewed at
Alternatives for small groups
Don't want to host online content for a group on your personal webspace which displays your Computing ID, or need to allow multiple people to edit the webspace? You can request an alternative webspace on webdav.sfu.ca to host online content for small groups.
University policy GP24, Fair use of Information Resources governs the use of all computing systems at SFU, including all web and file servers.
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