Employment Equity

The objectives of Employment Equity at SFU are to:

  • Encourage a campus culture which recognizes and respects the diverse membership of the University community.

  • Establish targets and special measures where necessary to improve the representation of employment equity group members in the University.

  • Develop and implement programs to encourage the full participation of equity group members at the University.

  • Establish mechanisms to monitor the progress towards achieving the University's employment equity objectives.

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Burnaby Mountain Campus: Distinctive architecture is an outstanding feature of the Burnaby Mountain campus, an interconnected complex of buildings based on the original design concept of Arthur Erickson and Geoffrey Massey. The campus, a half-hour drive from downtown Vancouver, offers magnificent views of Burrard Inlet and the Lower Mainland.

Harbour Centre Campus: The downtown Vancouver campus opened in May 1989, in the historic Spencer Building at 515 West Hastings Street, and was financed largely by the private sector.

Surrey Campus: Located in a futuristic-looking tower known as the world's best business centre, SFU's third campus in Surrey has pioneered the first interactive arts and technology program of its kind in Canada.


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