- Housing options
- North Towers
- East/West Towers
- Shell House
- McTaggart-Cowan Hall
- The Townhouses
- Hamilton Hall
- Charles Chang Innovation Centre
- Family Housing
- Living Learning Communities
- Off-Campus Housing
- Residence Tours
- Housing Comparison
- Moving in
- Community hub
- Maintenance and services
- Contracts and handbooks
- Important dates and announcements
- Meal Plan
- Move out
- Room switch
- Room stay
- New residence buildings
- Contact us
- Guest Accommodations
- COVID-19 Information
Move In is the 1st of Every Month
Everyone’s excited to get to campus, many are feeling all the emotions that surface when arriving, and it’s the first day of your new adventure as an SFU resident for you and your family. Make sure to read the information provided below carefully to ensure your move in goes smoothly. We are thrilled that you will be joining our SFU Residence and Housing community.
- Make an appointment for move in via MyPlace@SFU
- Arrive to the Residence and Housing office on the west side of Burnaby campus to pick up keys.
- Move in to your unit at the Family Housing buildins on the east side of Burnaby campus.
What if I miss the check-in deadline?
If you don't move in by the end of the first day of the SFU term, we will assume you are not arriving and your room will be offered to the next person on the wait list. Your room will be cancelled and all cancellation fees will apply. If you wish to arrive after move in day, please email email@example.com to arrange your late arrival.
Read your residence contract and handbook
You’ve signed your contract, but have you read it? What about your Residence and Housing handbook? It contains important information including: community standards, regulations and Meal Memberships. Includes important COVID-19 addendums.
Check your SFU email
Your move in newsletters will start showing up in your email inbox approximately four weeks prior to move in. Keep an eye out for this newsletter as it contains important information that will help make your move in simple and easy.
Update your mailing list
Before you arrive, make sure you've updated your family and friends with your new address.
Get Tenant Insurance
It is always good to be prepared for an unexpected emergency such as building floods, fires and theft of your personal items. Having Tenant Insurance will give you peace of mind in case something unexpected happens to you and/or your personal belongings.
Services and amenities
As a resident at SFU, we want to make your life engaging and simple. Feel free to explore and familiarize yourself with everything in your new community.