Do you have questions about admissions, academic advising, or deadlines and fees? Student Services is here to help!


Registrar & Information services provices current and prospective Undergraduate students with vital information and connects them to various on-campus resources.

Our hours of operation are as follows: 
Monday to Thursday,  9:00 am to 4:00 pm 
Friday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Location: SFU Surrey Mezzanine (SRYC)

Connect with Registrar and Information Services at Surrey

Visit the SFU Surrey Welcome Centre

Visit the Welcome Centre for more information on advising, student services, and also to join a guided tour of the Surrey campus.

Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: SFU Surrey Mezzanine (SRYC)


Ready to submit your application? Apply to SFU today!

Learn about admissions

Academic Advising

Do you have questions about course planning, acadmic support, or programs? An academic advisor can help direct you to the right resources. Connect with an Academic Advisor by attending virtual drop-in advising, instant messaging over LiveCHAT, or booking a 30 minute appointment via Advisor Link

Learn more about Student Services Advising

Financial Aid and Awards 

Financial Aid and Awards Advisors can respond to your questions about government-issued student financial assistance, as well as questions you may have about SFU-based bursaries, scholarships, awards and other funding opportunities.

Learn more about Financial Aid and Awards Advising

Additional Resources

Student ID cards

SFU student ID cards are available at the Surrey campus Registrar and Information Services. Bring valid photo ID to have have your photo taken and your card printed.

Please report any lost or stolen cards immediately to Facilities at 778-782-8021. Replacement cards can be obtained at Registrar and Information Services for a $17.27 fee per replacement card.

Learn more about Student ID cards

U-Pass BC Program

SFU's U-Pass BC Program is a transportation package which provides students in Metro Vancouver with universal and affordable access to public transit. It is a mandatory program for all members of the Simon Fraser Student Society (SFSS) and Graduate Student Society (GSS). 

Learn about the U-Pass program