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Fall (September) 

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Maximize your chances of an early offer of admission by following these steps to complete your application. 

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Log in to goSFU

If you have received your student number and password:

Log in to goSFU using your student number. Here you will find your to-do list showing all of the documents required to complete your application.

If you have not yet received your student number and password:

Wait for our email telling you what they are.  You may also want to check your Junk Mail folder in case your email provider filed it there.  Applicants with Hotmail, Outlook, Live.com and Live.ca email addresses have experienced problems receiving SFU email: check Email Problem and complete the form to change your email address on our files.

Undergraduate Scholars Entrance Scholarship Program

Applying for an SFU Undergraduate Scholars Entrance Scholarship?

Deadlines

October 1 – December 15:
Complete the online Entrance Scholarship application

January 31:
All admission and scholarship application supporting documents must be submitted.

January 31:
Submit grade information for admission 

  • All Canadian applicants - self-report your grades
  • IB applicants - submit IB Predicted Grades form
  • All other applicants - submit an official transcript

January 31:
Self-report your grades  (Canadian Applicants) 

  • You must self-report your marks by logging into goSFU.
  • Include all final marks for grade 11 courses and interim or final marks for grade 12 courses. 
  • If you attend a semester school, self-report your grade 11 marks in place of grade 12 marks for courses you are taking in the second semester.
  • NOTE: BC IB Diploma students are not required to self-report marks.

BC/Yukon high school applicants

Self-report your grades

All BC/YUKON high school students applying to the fall term must self-report their grades. If we have not received your grades by the deadline, your application will be cancelled. The self-reporting portal will open on December 1.

Where do I report? 

Log in to goSFU using your student number as your computing ID. If you have difficulty logging in, please contact Registrar and Information Services at 778.782.6930.

Select the "Self-Reported Grades" link at the bottom of the main page.

Deadlines to self-report

  • SFU Undergraduate Scholars Entrance Scholarship applicants: January 31
  • Applicants to the Beedie School of Business: February 7
  • Applicants to the Sustainable Energy Engineering program: February 7
  • All other applicants: March 15

What do I report?

Final marks for grade 11 courses and interim or final marks for grade 12 courses. All online courses must be complete and graded by the end of the school year in June to be used towards Fall admission.

Courses where a grade of Transfer Standing (TS) has been received, should be reported at TS.

If you do not yet have interim grade 12 marks: please report your final grade 11 mark  in place of your grade 12 mark. For example, if you have completed Chemistry 11 with a grade of 87% and are taking Chemistry 12 but do not yet have a grade available, self-report Chemistry 11 with the 87%, and also self-report Chemistry 12 with a grade of 87%.

Complete the Student Transcript Form 

All BC/YUKON secondary students applying to the Fall term must log into the Student Transcripts Service Dashboard on the Ministry of Education Website to register for a BC Government account (a BCeID). Once registered, students need to request that a transcript is sent to Simon Fraser University on the StudentTranscript Service (STS) Dashboard.

Completing this information ensures the Admissions office will receive your official interim grades directly from the Ministry of Education.

Ensure you have completed the STS form by February 28.

Other Canadian high school applicants

Self-report your grades and deadlines

All Canadian secondary school applicants

Please either self-report your grades via goSFU or submit an interim transcript showing final grades for grade 11 and grade 12 courses completed and interim grades for grade 12 courses in progress.

NOTE: All applicants to the Beedie School of Business and Sustainable Energy Engineering as well as applicants to the Entrance Scholarship program are required to self-report their grades. 

WHERE DO I REPORT? 

Log in to goSFU using your student number as your computing ID. If you have difficulty logging in, please contact Registrar and Information Services at 778.782.6930.

Select the "Self-Reported Grades" link at the bottom of the main page.

DEADLINES TO SELF-REPORT

  • SFU Undergraduate Scholars Entrance Scholarship applicants: January 31
  • Applicants to the Beedie School of Business: February 7
  • Applicants to the Sustainable Energy Engineering program: February 7
  • All other applicants: March 15

WHAT DO I REPORT?

Final marks for grade 11 courses and interim or final marks for grade 12 courses. Grades for online courses may be used for admission. 

If you do not yet have interim grade 12 marks: please report your final grade 11 mark in place of your grade 12 mark. For example, if you have completed Chemistry 11 with a grade of 87% and are taking Chemistry 12 but do not yet have a grade available, self-report Chemistry 11 with the 87%, and also self-report Chemistry 12 with a grade of 87%.

Ontario secondary school applicants

Please make sure that you have given us your OUAC number. We will receive your grades electronically. You do not need to send your secondary school transcripts.

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma students applicants

IB predicted grades form and deadlines 

Please have your school counsellor submit the IB predicted grades form.

Deadline for receipt of predicted grades

  • Entrance Scholarship applicants: January 31
  • Applicants to the Beedie School of Business: February 7
  • Applicants to the Sustainable Energy Engineering program: February 7
  • All other applicants: February 28

US and other applicants

Submit your transcript and deadlines

US secondary school applicants

Please submit an interim transcript showing final grades for all courses completed and a list of courses currently in progress. SAT (or ACT) scores are also required (SAT institution sending code 0999; ACT institution sending code 5374). Detailed information is available at: www.sfu.ca/students/admission/admission-requirements.

All other high school applicants

Please visit www.sfu.ca/students/admission/admission-requirements for detailed information on the documents required.

Deadlines for receipt of interim transcripts

  • Entrance Scholarship applicants: January 31
  • Applicants to the Beedie School of Business: February 7
  • Applicants to the Sustainable Energy Engineering program: February 7
  • All other applicants: February 28

College/University transfer

Submit your transcript and review to-do list

Please submit a transcript showing final marks for courses completed and a list of courses in progress by the deadline noted on your To-Do List. If you are currently enrolled in courses, you will be required to send us another transcript as soon as those final marks are available.

DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF DOCUMENTS

  • March 31

Submitting documents and what's next

Submit documents

Send supporting documents for your admission application, as listed on the to-do list on your student center, to:

Undergraduate Admissions
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Drive
Burnaby, BC, Canada V5A 1S6

If you are sending in or dropping off irreplaceable documents for admission, see our documents website for more details.

Have you been offered admission?

Congratulations! See our site for new undergraduates for a guide to what to do next.

Other important information

When will I know? Review our admission and scholarship timeline.

Questions?

Check our admission requirements for information on courses required for admission. Contact us at 778.782.6930 or via our web form.

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