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After you've applied, submit your required documents so SFU can evaluate your application. Required documents will appear on your To Do List in your Student Centre.
Due to high volumes, allow 4-6 weeks for our office to indicate that we have received and processed your documents in your Student Centre. Your application will not be cancelled if your document was submitted by the deadline.
BC/Yukon Highschool Applicant
Are you a current grade 12 BC/Yukon applicant for the Fall term? You must self-report your grades to us. Find more information at https://www.sfu.ca/students/admission/apply/timeline-and-evaluation.html
International Baccalaureate Diploma Applicant
Are you a current IB diploma applicant? Ask your counsellor to submit a predicted grades form to SFU. See International Baccalaureate.
Diverse Qualifications Applicant
Submit your documents
Items on your To Do List that have an upload button must be submitted in your Student Centre. All other documents must be submitted directly from an institution, or by mail.
From another institution
We accept official, electronic transcripts directly from:
- Capilano University
- Douglas College
- Fraser International College
- Kwantlen Polytechnic University
- Langara College
- University of Fraser Valley
- Vancouver Island University
Order a transcript from your institution after you have applied for admission to SFU. Transcripts are sent electronically and loaded directly to your application.
If the institution(s) you attended is not listed above, please review your Student Centre To Do List for instructions on how to submit your transcript(s).
From a testing centre
The following test results can be sent electronically. To avoid processing delays, do not send your results until you have applied to SFU and have received your 9-digit SFU Student ID number.
Contact the test centre to have your results sent to SFU using the following codes.
- IELTS: Simon Fraser University - Admissions: 2036
- TOEFL: 0999
- Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) : 0999
- American College Testing (ACT): 5374
- Advanced Placement (AP): 0999