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 (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.
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 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.
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.
“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.
We at the sanity club believe that change and revolution starts from within. People are dead set on changing the world but they must change themselves first. We will provide the knowledge, community, and means to help individuals fuel this change. This will be done by aiding in the cultivation of a set of personal core principles and values.
To discuss, design, plan, and build artificial satellites and their mission profiles.
To provide a link to all things Scottish and Celtic at SFU. The SCS promotes and facilitates learning and events surrounding the history, art and culture of Scottish and Celtic societies in Canada and abroad. Membership is open to all students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members of SFU. Join to be a part of SFU’s Scottish connection.
To help people of all skill levels and abilities to create and self-publish their work. We hope to connect artists with resources to make visions a reality. We approach art with a lens of social responsibility and counterculture to dismantle the idea that the production and consumption of art is accessible only to those with the means to grasp it.
SFU Arduino Club Club is an open, inclusive and multidisciplinary group that collaborates on engineering and electronic projects. We work with different development boards to integrate them in a Mecha-tronic system to create a fully functioning and robust product. In the process we encourage sharing of hardware, tools, skills and knowledge openly.
SFU AU strives to promote the inclusion of autistic people and disabled people in the conversations and decisions that affect our lives; to build connections in the autistic community and foster a strong sense of autistic identity and pride; and to engage the SFU community in disability awareness, justice and advocacy.