INgagement programs

Established as a resource for SFU Vancouver faculty and staff, INgagement programs are designed to build a greater sense of community at SFU Vancouver by increasing campus engagement and developing more opportunities for our staff and faculty to interact. Take the opportunity to become a part of a continually growing community by joining in one of the events listed below.

Join our campus mail list to receive weekly updates on campus services and events by emailing vanadmin@sfu.ca

Wellness Programs

Time: Various times, see website.
Place: 
SFU Vancouver Wellness Studio (Room 2530, Harbour Centre building)

*Currently on hold due to COVID-19 pandemic

Add some energy and wellbeing to your day at the SFU Vancouver Wellness Studio! Free fitness classes run several times throughout the week. Classes are drop-in, and on a first-come, first-seated basis for SFU students, staff and faculty.

 

Tea @ 3

You are invited to join your SFU Vancouver community every few months for Tea @ 3, where you can enjoy tea, coffee and goodies. Get to know your colleagues and hear about what other departments in the university are up to. Bring your tea cup!  

Stay tuned for details for the next Tea @ 3!

If your area is interested in hosting Tea @ 3, please contact 
vanadmin@sfu.ca.

City Conversations

City Conversations is an opportunity to discuss Vancouver's current issues with the help of experts. Including a group dialogue, this program has a different topic on the third Thursday of each month.

*Please note that City Conversations is currently on hiatus as the future of the program is reimagined after the retirement of program director, Michael Alexander.

Ping Pong Fridays

Get moving on your breaks with a game of ping pong in the Harbour Centre concourse area. The table is set up on Fridays, when space is available.

Games Lounge

Join us in the Games Lounge on Wednesdays in the Harbour Centre concourse area. The Games Lounge is set up when space is available and everyone is welcome.

*Currently on hold due to COVID-19 pandemic