Resources

On this page you will find Back on Track program documents that you can download and view. 

We also have information about essential on campus resources and services. 

Documents and Forms

* New Sample Student Agreement Fall 2021.pdf
Back on Track Student Agreement for the Fall 2021 term.
* BOT Weekly Schedule.xlsx
A spreadsheet used to plan a weekly schedule in Term One of the Back on Track program.

On Campus Resources

Academic Advising

https://students.sfu.ca/academicadvising.html

Available at all three campuses, advisors will assist students by providing guidance through academic difficulties, application for withdrawal under extenuating circumstances in addition to course planning and choosing a major.

Advising appointments may be in person or on the phone. See sfu.ca/students/academicadvising/contact_us.html for information about how to book an appointment with an academic advisor.

(Note: Current students of the Back on Track programs should book an appointment online or contact the BOT office to book their appointments.)

Student Learning Commons

https://learningcommons.sfu.ca/

Friendly and knowledgeable assistance with a wide range of academic writing, learning, and study strategies. Make an appointment or drop in for an individual consultation. Attend workshops on academic writing and learning skills.

  • Learning services: consultations and workshops to help you develop effective learning and study strategies in exam strategies, time management, learning from lectures, note-taking, academic reading, and learning styles.
  • Writing services: consultations and workshops to help you develop skills such as planning your paper and citing sources appropriately, improving organization and argumentation, and reviewing sentence structure and usage.
  • English as an Additional Language (EAL) services: consultations, workshops, and an English conversation group to help you improve your English language skills.

Health and Counselling Services

https://students.sfu.ca/health/

A team of doctors and nurses offers primary health care, travel medicine, vaccinations, STI screening, and more. The team of counsellors and psychologists help you manage the challenges of university life with short-term counselling, workshops, and more. The health promotion team is dedicated to fostering a healthy campus community, and helping you feel good in mind and body.

Career Services

https://students.sfu.ca/career/

Students may utilize one-on-one advising, ongoing workshops and career fairs, or browse through our career resources located in the Career Services office. For students in their first couple of years (and later, if necessary), help with identifying possible career paths in their fields of study (or help them decide which degree to pursue at SFU).

Financial Assistance

https://students.sfu.ca/financialaid/

Canada and BC student loans, awards, bursaries, work studies, out-of-province loans, emergency loans.

International Services for Students

https://students.sfu.ca/international/

The International Services for Students (ISS) office provides support and services for all students seeking information regarding a variety of international learning opportunities. Specific services and supports include: advising and programs for all degree-seeking international students and inbound exchange students; information about Exchanges, Study Abroad, and Field Schools; International Orientation; assistance with medical insurance, taxes, visas, work and study permits; and community engagement opportunities.

 

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