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The Student Centre within go.sfu.ca allows you to manage and view information about your student record.
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How to access goSFU
You have 24/7 access to goSFU as an SFU and FIC student, alumnus, staff, or faculty. See how you can access goSFU.
Activate your ID
After you accept your offer of admission and pay your admission deposit, an email will be sent to your non-SFU email address with the subject line "Your SFU Computing ID is Available." Instructions on how to activate your computing ID can be found in that email.
New undergraduate applicant?
If you have applied to an undergraduate program, you can check your application status in goSFU.
See how to log into goSFU with your student number to view your application status and to do list
How to pay tuition and fees
It is important to keep track of your student financial account and deadlines. You can make payments, set up direct deposit, and accept any financial aid and award offers online.
How to enrol in classes
You can enrol in classes online, so find out when and how you can enrol. A letter that confirms your enrolment status and program of study is also available for you to download.
Check your academic progress and view grades
Academic progress report
You can view your Academic Progress Report (APR) to learn about your program requirements and track your academic progress.
View your grades
Your grades will be available at the end of each term. Remember to check your grades to ensure you are on the path to success. Review the grading systems and policies.
Within your Student Centre:
- Under the Academics section, click on the "View My Grades" link.
- Select a term.
- Click Continue.
Apply to graduate
You need to apply for graduation online if you are close to completing your program. A letter that confirms completion of your studies can also be downloaded.
Offical documents and personal settings
Access your transcripts
An official transcript is a complete record of your academic history at SFU and can be ordered online. You can also download an advising transcript before you meet with your advisor.
Release student information
You can choose to give somebody access to your student and personal information or designate them to pick up a document on your behalf.
Update your personal information
Make sure your student record is accurate by updating your personal information in both goSFU and myINFO. Students and staff can update their emergency contact, information release, phone numbers, addresses, gender identity and more.
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|Registrar and Information Services
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Contact Registrar and Information Services via LiveHelp for quick questions regarding goSFU, enrolment, academic dates and deadlines, tuition, University policies and regulations, transcript requests, SFU ID cards, form completion and custom letters. Sign in using your SFU computing ID through a secure connection.