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Calling all international graduate students! Meet, greet and eat with friends!
What is Meet, Greet, and Eat - Graduate Student Edition?
Meet, Greet, and Eat– is a safe and inclusive space for students to hang out, meet new people, eat snacks together, and participate in fun and creative crafts. The events below are designated for international graduate students, as we recognize the unique experiences of this student group.
How does it work?
Thursday June 2 from 12:30pm to 1:30pm - Join us for an in-person to to paint flower pots for your favorite plants and meet others at at Surrey campus in SYRC 3280
Pre-registration is encourage to determine supplies, please register here.
Drop-in attendance is also welcome!
You can contact Ricky at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Meet new friends
Participate in crafts
Eat your lunch together
Ricky is our Transition Case Manager, who provides specific support for students from international pathways.
Global Graduate Peers
The Global Community Graduate Program (GCGP) aims to support students from diverse pathways at SFU by fostering a sense of community amongst incoming and current graduate students. The GCGP mentors are happy to share their experiences and chat with you.