- Campus services
We are asking SFU community members to submit Vaccine Declarations to inform SFU’s Safety Plan to encourage the community to get vaccinated and to help SFU plan for safety measures on campus including rapid screening. Getting vaccinated is the most important thing we can do to protect ourselves and our community from COVID-19.
Rapid screening is being offered to students, faculty and staff who are not vaccinated, or who choose not to declare their vaccination status. Visit the Rapid Screening page to learn more.
When am I considered fully vaccinated?
You are considered fully vaccinated when you are 14 days past:
- The second dose of a Health Canada-approved two-dose vaccine
- The second dose of a two different Health Canada-approved vaccines (i.e. first dose AstraZeneca, second dose Pfizer)
- One dose of a Health Canada-approved single-dose vaccine.
Were you vaccinated outside of Canada?
- If you are an International Student visit the Students Arriving to BC page of the BC CDC website to see if your vaccine has been approved.
We encourage all members of our community who can to get fully vaccinated for COVID-19. SFU is offering walk-in vaccination clinics on the Burnaby and Surrey campuses in addition to the clinics offered by local health authorities throughout the Lower Mainland.