SFU 101

Set yourself up for academic success in your first year at university by completing this free online course. Your introduction to welcome events and programs, campus culture and student life, tips for academic success, and opportunities for you to connect with your faculty and the SFU community.

Have you already completed University Prep?

Don’t forget to complete University Prep prior to SFU 101. This will help you prepare to enroll for your first term at SFU. Learn more }

What is SFU 101?

Now that you have completed University Prep, you are ready to begin SFU 101--the next phase in preparing you to be successful as you embark on your SFU academic journey. This course is designed to assist with your transition to SFU life; guiding you through the start of your student journey, providing you with relevant and timely information about welcome events and programs, SFU culture and student life, tips for academic success, and opportunities for you to connect with your Faculty and the SFU community.

Why do SFU 101?

  • Find tools and resources for a smooth transition and a successful first year at SFU, including how to succeed in an online environment
  • Build community and find your people (make friends – yes, we’re here to help you make friends!)
  • Discover how to navigate university life and how to get involved in the SFU community
  • Find out all about the Welcome Day programming!

Who is it for?

All new undergraduate students.

When is it?

SFU 101 will launch in mid August, right before the start of your first semester!

How do I access the course?

You will receive an e-mail to your SFU email address with a link to access SFU 101 in early August with details on how to access the course. 

What’s the buzz? HIVE is!

We've created a fun and engaging way to build a virtual community to make new friends and help you find your people, called HIVE, which will be your home for interactive virtual engagement.

By registering for SFU101, you’re automatically going to be set up in a HIVE. Stay tuned to your SFU email for more HIVE-related information.

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