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A campus tour is one of the the best ways to see what life at SFU is like, learn about the student experience here, and have your questions answered by our friendly and knowledgeable student tour guides.
Students walk through the AQ Gardens at the Burnaby campus | Photographer: Adrian Ortega Support: Dave Brigden, Evan Petkau Project: Campus scenes
Photographer: Adrian Ortega Support: Dave Brigden, Evan Petkau Project: Campus scenes
Students enjoying the new outdoor seating at the Burnaby campus |Photographer: Adrian Ortega Support: Dave Brigden, Evan Petkau Project: Campus scenes
A room in one of the new residence buildings at the Burnaby campus
A lecture hall at the Burnaby campus
Indigenous student group tours
We are pleased to offer programming with our Indigenous Student Centre during your visit. You will learn about the land on which SFU is situated, our academic programs and exciting projects in our faculties, hear from current Indigenous students, and engage in culturally relevant activities. Our Indigenous Student Recruiter will be available to meet with you and answer your questions.
Self-guided campus tours
If you’d like to explore our Burnaby campus at your own pace, stop by Student Central (just inside Maggie Benston Centre, across from the library) and pick up a copy of our self-guided campus tour brochure.
Our virtual campus tour is a great option if you are unable to join us in person. Take a look through our interactive map to get a birds-eye view of each campus and explore individual campus buildings. See yourself at SFU – from home!