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As a new resident, you are bound to have questions. We design residence week of welcome around you, helping to uncover the answers to the questions you have, and providing you information about resources, programs and services. Residence week of welcome is an opportunity for you to learn how to navigate campus and introduce you to the community. We look forward to meeting you!
Move in day
May 2, 2019
Welcome to residence! This is the day that you move in to your new room, meet your Community Advisor (CA) and fellow residents for the first time.
Community Meeting: At 6 p.m. you will meet your Community Advisor (CA) and fellow residents and have your first community meeting.
Residence 101: All new residents must attend the Residence 101 presentation on May 2, 2019 at 7 p.m. Your CA will take you to this presentation once your Community Meeting is finished. This presentation introduces you to living in residence, goes over some important information, and introduces you to the various staff you will interact with throughout your time in SFU Residence and Housing.
May 3, 2019
Campus Orientations: Check your email for details on which campus orientation you should be attending. Staff from those orientations will pick you up outside the Dining Hall to take you to check-in.
Move in weekend
May 4 and May 5, 2019
The weekend is filled with different activities aimed at connecting you with other residents, learning about the area you have just moved into, and getting ready for the term ahead.
SFU welcome day
Are you a new undergraduate student coming straight from high school? Are you transferring from another post-secondary institution? Welcome day is for you! Join us for this informative day which will help you start classes with confidence. The day will highlight the many resources available to you, introduce you to your faculty, help you find your way around campus and, of course, connect you to other new students.
Fraser International College students have an orientation event specifically for them! Check your offer letter for details and visit the FIC website to find out more about what to expect for FIC orientation.
International student orientation
For undergraduate students who are new to Canadian culture (e.g. students holding a study permit, Canadian citizens living abroad, newly arrived Canadian Permanent Residents). International student orientation should be done in addition to welcome day. It does not conflict with residence orientation.