Summer Term – Virtual Service Fair

Whether you are in your first term at SFU or further in your studies, you’ll find valuable resources at Student Services' first ever Virtual Services Fair. You can drop in-and-out of virtual breakout rooms to learn about available services and to ask any questions you may have. You are welcome to drop in to the fair:

Thursday June 25:  11:00am - 3:00pm

Academic success

Academic Advising: Students can receive guidance on everything from specific questions about enrollment and course selection, to complex questions about their future, career possibilities, and professional schools. www.sfu.ca/students/academicadvising/contact.html  myadv@sfu.ca.

Centre for Accessible Learning: Students with disabilities can receive support and accommodations to address the impact of disability on their ability to engage in the full range of opportunities available at SFU. www.sfu.ca/students/accessible-learning

Information Technology (IT) Services: Balancing a global pandemic and your studies can be challenging. Students can access remote studying tools and technologies to ensure that they can excel during their time at SFU. www.sfu.ca/itservices/remote-study-work-resources.html,  its-help@sfu.ca

SFU Bookstore: Students can find course materials, school supplies and clothing to have a successful term. sfuspiritshop.comwww.sfu.ca/bookstore/coursematerials, products@sfu.ca

SFU Library: Students are able to remotely access online journals, books, course reserves, research help, workshops, consultations, and more. www.lib.sfu.ca/about/covid-19, libask@sfu.ca

Student Learning Commons: Students can receive expert and friendly help with academic writing, learning and study strategies, that includes one-to-one consultations, conversation partners, workshops and online resources. learningcommons.sfu.ca, learning-commons@sfu.ca

Health and wellness

Financial Aid and Awards: Students can get advising and information about scholarships and bursaries, including undergraduate entrance, athletic,  in-courses scholarships, and government student loans. www.sfu.ca/students/financialaid, fiassist@sfu.ca

Health and Counselling Services: Students can access various services and programs to improve physical health and mental health, learning new health-based skills, and meeting peers in an open and inclusive environment. www.sfu.ca/students/health/, hcsinfo@sfu.ca

Indigenous Student Centre: Indigenous students (First Nations, Inuit & Metis) can access programs and services that are unique, cultural and holistic. This includes a welcoming gathering space, supports for academic success, as well as a social and cultural community. Our vision is for Indigenous students to succeed and thrive, as our Ancestors envisioned, with a balance of culture, tradition, and academic success. www.sfu.ca/students/indigenous/ askisc@sfu.ca

Interfaith Centre: Students can access their spiritual well-being through the 14 different faith-based groups at the Interfaith Centre. Students have opportunities to live out their faith and expand their understanding of and respect for religious beliefs and practices. www.sfu.ca/students/interfaith.html, ifcadmin@sfu.ca

Out on Campus: The student hub for everything LGBTQ+, including peer support, resources, and events to meet the needs of LGBTQ+ students and allies. Students can participate in the community virtually through OOC’s Discord server. www.sfss.ca/ooc ooc@sfss.ca

Recreation and Athletics: SFU Recreation offers ways for students to fit in movement and find balance during self-isolation. Students can drop in for live, online workouts, and resources to improve health wellbeing. www.sfu.ca/students/recreation/healthy-at-home.html, rec@sfu.ca

Sexual Violence Support and Prevention Office: There are a variety of supports available to students who have experienced sexual violence. Using a survivor-centred and trauma-informed approach, the SVSPO empowers survivors to choose what support they need. Services are offered to everyone, regardless of sexual orientation, gender, age, visa status or any other factor. www.sfu.ca/sexual-violence.html, sv-support@sfu.ca

SFU Bookstore: Students can find course materials, school supplies and clothing to have a successful term. sfuspiritshop.comwww.sfu.ca/bookstore/coursematerials, products@sfu.ca

Women’s Centre: Students can access crisis referrals, peer support, resource-finding, socializing opportunities, workshops, assistance with job concerns, research help and more. sfss.ca/wctr, womenscentre-admin@sfss.ca

Community support

CJSF: A meeting place for diverse groups through its radio and online programming. Students can receive training in media production and can also tune into 90.1 FM to listen to the campus-community radio station. www.cjsf.ca vol4cjsf@sfu.ca

Community Connections: Community Connection is a hub to find out about events, workshops, and ways to engage remotely. www.sfu.ca/students/campus-life/community-connection.html

Embark: A student-led, non-profit that offers a variety of events, programs, and grants to empower students in being sustainability leaders. Students can also benefit from the Food Rescue Program, and get free produce. www.embarksustainability.org info@embarksustainability.org

Get Involved: Students have a lot of options for getting involved in the SFU community, even virtually. Ranging from online community-building events, volunteer opportunities, and experiential learning programs. www.sfu.ca/students/get-involved.html involved@sfu.ca

Indigenous Student Centre: Indigenous students (First Nations, Inuit & Metis) can access programs and services that are unique, cultural and holistic. This includes a welcoming gathering space, supports for academic success, as well as a social and cultural community. Our vision is for Indigenous students to succeed and thrive, as our Ancestors envisioned, with a balance of culture, tradition, and academic success. www.sfu.ca/students/indigenous/ askisc@sfu.ca

Interfaith Centre: Students can access their spiritual well-being through the 14 different faith-based groups at the Interfaith Centre. Students have opportunities to live out their faith and expand their understanding of and respect for religious beliefs and practices. www.sfu.ca/students/interfaith.html, ifcadmin@sfu.ca

International Services for Students: A variety of services and programs for students, including support for international students, Study Abroad resources, and intercultural engagement training and events. www.sfu.ca/students/iss.html iss_office@sfu.ca

Out on Campus: The student hub for everything LGBTQ+, including peer support, resources, and events to meet the needs of LGBTQ+ students and allies. Students can participate in the community virtually through OOC’s Discord server. www.sfss.ca/ooc ooc@sfss.ca

Recreation and Athletics: SFU Recreation offers ways for students to fit in movement and find balance during self-isolation. Students can drop in for live, online workouts, and resources to improve health wellbeing. www.sfu.ca/students/recreation/healthy-at-home.html, rec@sfu.ca

SFSS: The Simon Fraser Student Society. Students taking at least one course at SFU are automatically part of a student union, through which they can attend events, take on leadership opportunities, and receive funding. Through the SFSS students can also access the free legal clinic and food bank program.  sfss.ca StudentCentre@sfss.ca 

Simon Fraser Public Interest Research Group (SFPIRG): Students can engage with social and environmental justice issues alongside diverse peers, and access related resources and services. For students who are dreaming of changing the world for the better, getting involved with SFPIRG will help make that dream a reality. www.sfpirg.ca info@sfpirg.ca

The Peak: Student-run newspaper the-peak.ca

Women’s Centre: Students can access crisis referrals, peer support, resource-finding, socializing opportunities, workshops, assistance with job concerns, research help and more. sfss.ca/wctr, womenscentre-admin@sfss.ca

Careers and volunteering

Career and Volunteer Services: Whether in first year or recently graduated, students can access support on career development and career pathways. Students can connect with professional staff to discuss career exploration, resume and cover letter preparation, mock interviews, and work search strategies. www.sfu.ca/students/career/career-2020.html careers@sfu.ca

Co-operative Education: Students can explore career options and get work experience before graduation by participating in Co-op. Flexible measures were introduced for Summer 2020 work terms so that students can still have the Co-op experience.  www.sfu.ca/coop i_coop_pa@sfu.ca

University services

Ancillary Services: Composed of various business and retail units providing a wide variety of essential services to students, faculty, staff and the extended SFU community.  www.sfu.ca/ancillaries.html

Human Rights Office: Students can receive assistance and advice from staff in cases when they believe they are the target of harassment and/or discrimination under SFU’s Human Rights policy. www.sfu.ca/humanrights.html.  hroadmin@sfu.ca

Information Technology (IT) Services: Balancing a global pandemic and your studies can be challenging. Students can access remote studying tools and technologies to ensure that they can excel during their time at SFU. www.sfu.ca/itservices/remote-study-work-resources.html,  its-help@sfu.ca

Office of Community Engagement: SFU’s Vancity Office of Community Engagement supports creative engagement, knowledge democracy and public programming. www.sfu.ca/sfuwoodwards/community-engagement.html

Safety and Risk Services:  SRS comprises three service units including Campus Public Safety, Enterprise Risk & Resilience, and Environmental Health & Safety.  www.sfu.ca/srs.html

SFU Surrey - TD Community Engagement Centre: Students can volunteer for many community programs that focus on supporting children, youth and families and newcomers to Canada, while earning credit on their Co-Curricular Record. www.sfu.ca/cec. community-volunteer@sfu.ca

Student Conduct and Academic Integrity: SFU is committed to creating a scholarly community characterized by honesty, civility, diversity, free inquiry, mutual respect, individual safety and freedom from harassment and discrimination.  www.sfu.ca/students/studentconduct.html

Sustainability Office: Supports the university to develop and implement sustainability plans and policies; leads campus-wide signature sustainability projects; and provides best practice services to scale student, faculty, and staff sustainability initiatives. Students can get involved with the SFU 2025 Sustainability Plan. www.sfu.ca/sustainability  

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