Important Updates for the Spring and Summer Terms 2021:
- Philosophy department: no in-person teaching for Spring and Summer. Courses continue through remote instruction (except some graduate course meetings).
- The Philosophy department's offices/spaces are closed and everyone is working remote. Instructors, TAs, and staff are available by email: see Contact page and People page.
- Undergraduate advising, program declarations: email advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org (include student ID#)
- Spring term deadlines and Academic dates. Last day to withdraw from a course (revised): April 16. Grading policy and new policy on grades: P/CR/NCR, pilot project for Spring - Summer - Fall 2021, to be announced soon.
- COVID-19 FAQs and SFU Go-Forward Plan
- Information for students, including academic policies for current term
- My SSP app - 24/7 mental health support and counselling
- Student Bulletins published by Student Services
- Student Guide to online learning
- Guide for international students
- U-Pass exemptions and eligibility
- Access to computers and study spaces:
- Study space with access to computers: Bennet Library
- Students can virtually access computers and software in the Library labs: see remote services during COVID-19. Access to other labs: see Computer labs: Off campus
- Borrow a laptop for the term
- Students may use the WMC 2502 computer lab 8:00am-8:00pm, Monday to Friday
Updates revised: February 15, 2021
SFU Philosophy Events
Upcoming colloquia: please visit this page https://www.sfu.ca/philosophy/events/colloquium-series.html
- 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. This will be held Wednesdays at 1:30PM in the Phil Commons Room.
- 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 will be held on Mondays at 1:30PM in the Phil Commons Room.