Directory of Clubs

Phi Delta Epsilon

As a co-ed fraternity, we aim to dispel the competitive stereotypes associated with pre-med students and foster lifelong friendships between women and men pursuing a career in medicine. Through our philanthropy, leadership opportunities, and academic excellence, we hope to instill in our members the skills necessary to excel in the medical field.

Picnic Club

The Picnic Club welcomes all SFU students and faculty. Attendees can benefit from lasting friendships and unforgettable memories at our events. Each meet & eat runs a similar structure: meet up at a designated area, enjoy refreshments and food, then play social games & activities.

Ping Pong Social

Our goal is to bring together a diverse group of students and others (of any skill level) who share an interest in the recreational play of table tennis. We’re a fun-loving group of people gathering to create a relaxing social atmosphere for everyone. Mingling with no fee and no hassles. Fun AND free? You can’t possibly argue with that.

Poker Club – SFU

SFU Poker provides a community for SFU students to practice and play the game of poker. We encourage people of all skill levels to come out regardless of experience, this is a good opportunity to learn the basics. Many tournaments are held throughout the year with great prizes!

Power to Change (P2C)

To help students discover Jesus. We want to add spiritual value to students’ lives during their time in university by providing them with opportunities to explore spiritual things through meaningful conversations in the context of discussion groups, meetings and special events.

Pre-Law Society – SFU

The SFU Pre-Law Society is intended for all students who plan on pursuing a future career or education in law. The Pre-Law Society aims to connect students involved in the law school admission process through hosting meetings, events and information sessions.

Pre-Med Society – SFU

The SFU Pre-Med Society is a group of students interested in entering the field of medicine. Info on admissions, med school options, and the MCAT plus interview prep, volunteering, hearing from current med students, and networking with other pre-meds. Join us! SFU clubs/students/external organizations, please contact: facebook.com/premedsociety

Pre-Optometry Society – SFU

The SFU Pre-Optometry Society serves as a network for students who are interested in the field of optometry. Our purpose is to provide members with OAT preparation, volunteering opportunities, fundraisers and hearing from optometrists.

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Pre-Pharm Society (PPS)

The SFU Pre-Pharm Society serves as an association of students intending on pursuing a career in pharmaceutical sciences. Our purpose is to aid students in the admission process through information sessions, PCAT preparation, interview preparation, semestral fundraisers, volunteering opportunities, and more.

Pre-Policing – SFU

Preparing and equiping all future law enforcement applicants with the skills and background to be successful in their career pursuits.

Project S.A.V.E.

Project S.A.V.E (Sustaining And Valuing the Environment) is a student-led environmental initiative that develops youth environmental leaders through organizing eco-friendly methods of waste disposal . Our current focus is on stationary recycling.

Punjabi Student Association – SFU

The Simon Fraser University Punjabi Student Association was established by SFU students in 1996. The PSA has created an avenue for students at SFU to discover and celebrate the richness of the Punjabi culture along with allowing students to make positive contributions in the community.

Pursuit of Happiness

Pursuit of Happiness aims to promote the importance of mental and physical health, and nurture a safe and supportive network for students. We address the challenges of overall wellness experienced by the members of our community through engaging events. Funds raised from our events go back to SFU to help provide more effective health services.

PUSH Magazine

As students, we are always striving to push ourselves forward and expand our horizons. PUSH aims to help students succeed by providing insights into various areas of student life at SFU and the business world, giving students a starting point from where they can learn more about how to make the best of their time in Beedie.

Red Cross Club – SFU

We aim to connect SFU students to the Canadian Red Cross, raising both awareness and funds for Red Cross programs. We also strive for further humanitarian involvement within our community through volunteering and community-based projects.

Redeemed Christian Fellowship (RCF)

A People Who Dare To Be Different…Building Lives For Christ

Rehabilitative Therapy Club

We aim to help and support students who are looking to pursue careers in rehabilitative therapies (occupational therapy, physiotherapy, and respiratory therapy) by creating a support network for students wanting to pursue these professions, and in improving student awareness of these jobs.

Restorative Justice Club

Building respect and community within SFU. This includes building community through a shared understanding, a shared resilience and a shared tomorrow.

Sahaja Yoga Meditation

Sahaj Yoga meditation is an effective tool for stress reduction. Authentic meditation enables one to focus on the present moment rather than dwell on the unchangeable past or the undetermined future. This is done by achieving a state of ‘thoughtless awareness’ where the stress producing activity of the mind is neutralized without loss of alertness.

Sanguosha – SFU

“Sanguosha” is now the most popular game card in China, SFU Sanguosha club is for the SFU student who like and want to play this game together; also this club will be a Chinese international students union, and it will help the new student to get familiar with this community and school faster.