Term Updates: Spring 2022:

  • Philosophy department: most PHIL courses are in person, with a few courses offered remotely. 
  • If you need to speak with anyone in the Philosophy Department, including the undergraduate advisor, we ask that you email to book an appointment before coming to the Department. Instructors, TAs, and staff are available by email: see Contact page and People page.
  • Undergraduate advising, program declarations: email Jay Leardi, the Undergraduate Advisor, at philcomm@sfu.ca (include student ID#) 
  • Spring Term deadlines and Academic dates. Tentative deadline to withdraw from a course with a WD notation, or to opt into the elective grade system: March 13 (date subject to change).       
  • New elective grade policy : P/CR/NC, pilot project for all of 2021 and Spring 2022. List of exclusions for the new policy.  Specifically for Philosophy: 
  1. Students can use a P or CR to satisfy any requirement for a Major, Joint Major, Honours, or Minor in Philosophy (with the exception of PHIL 477 and 478).
  2. Students can use a P or CR to satisfy any prerequisite requirement for any PHIL course.
  3. Students can use a P (but not a CR) to satisfy any requirement for the Ethics Certificate, or the Philosophy and Methodology of Science Certificate.
  4. Philosophy Majors and Honours students can use a P (but not a CR) to satisfy any WQB requirement. 
Updates revised: January 21, 2022
PSU meetings - open to all SFU Philosophy students, past and present. phil-studentunion@sfu.ca for details or click on image. Contact PSU on Facebook direct message on Instagram @phil_sfu email to phil-pres [at] sfu.ca

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PSU Meetings

  • O.G. (Original/Regular Phil Club) where we deconstruct. discuss, and debate a broad overview and variety of topics in Philosophy, which could include ethical dilemmas. 
  • Sci-Fi Phil Club where we ponder things such as the existence of time, discuss the modalities of science fiction works (i.e. Interstellar, Marvel's Infinity War) and square up in philosophical dispute.