New undergraduates 

Become an SFU student

Congratulations on your offer of admissions. We’re excited to have you join SFU. Ready for the next step?

Your guide from now until your first day of classes

University Prep

Learn about course selection, academic advising, and how to get involved on campus.

See course details

Plan your budget 

It's important to figure out your costs and make a budget. We can help you!

Learn more

Get to know your campus, virtually

Take a virtual tour of your future academic home, chat with our student guides, and learn more about student life.

Join a tour

Indigenous student centre

We are dedicated to providing Indigenous students with programs and services that are unique, cultural, and holistic.

Meet our community

Living on campus

You can still apply to live in Residence! Our residences are safe, fun, and convenient, and living on campus just might be one of the most memorable parts of your university experience.

Learn more


International Services for Students

Learn about the culture of SFU, make new friends, and explore what our community has to offer

Learn more

After you accept

Learn how to enroll in classes, sign up for Orientation, and more.

We have:

  • tips on enrollment and on getting the academic advice you need,
  • lots of orientation activities for you, and
  • help with transitioning into life at SFU.


Your final grades still matter!

We review all conditional offers of admission upon receipt of final grades – so keep studying!


Connect with us

Join our New Undergrads 2021 Facebook group where you can connect with your peers, get involved in activities, and have your questions answered by current students!


Ready to accept your offer?

To accept your offer of admission, you just need to pay a deposit.

Log in to your student account via and go to Campus Finances / Make a Payment. We accept credit cards (processed immediately), or internet banking or cheque (processed in two to three business days).

This deposit will be deducted from your total tuition; it is not an additional charge. It is non-refundable and non-transferable.