To promote the game of cribbage on campus. Introduce our hobby to newcomers and provide a means for enthusiasts of the game to interconnect.
Join the SFU Cryptocurrency Club to network, and learn about all things cryptocurrency. We host info sessions, networking events, and events with industry professionals. We welcome students from all backgrounds and knowledge levels!
To promote and build a welcoming, inclusive, and supportive community around the sport of dragon boat paddling at SFU. Additionally, SFU Dragon Boat facilitates the creation and support of the day to day operation of SFU dragon boat teams.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is an internationally recognized award that recognizes youth for their achievements in the areas of service, physical activity, skill, and adventurous journey. This SFU club strives to support fellow participants through providing mentorship and opportunities.
Our club mandate is to fostering interest in the field of electronics for students from various backgrounds. SFU Electromaker will provide students with opportunities to gain hands-on experience in a fun learning environment where materials and instruction are provided. It also assists students in developing their own devices in an innovative way.
To provide those with an interest in first aid with the opportunity to keep their skills up to date, train to improve them and meet others with similar interests as well as to gain practical experience through volunteer service.
Giving Fortnite players of all skill levels a platform to get more people involved in the SFU community and the popular free to play, Battle Royale style game. We also aim to connect players by holding events with the goal of friendly competition and getting acquainted in squads and duos.
The SFU French Conversation Club is open to all members of the SFU community who like to speak French. We aim to create a casual place for French speakers of various skill levels to enjoy conversation and games, practising the langue de Molière the whole time!
The main aim of this club is to provide a platform for all guitar players around the campus to get to know other guitar players so that they can jam or collaborate together. There’s going to be weekly jam sessions where anybody is welcome to perform and mingle with other guitar players.
We are a group of Scottish Highland Dancers, ranging in abilities from beginner to semi-professional. We work to build strong team bonding and positive sportsmanship and humbleness. Highland dancing helps us to work on strength, motivation, stamina, balance, and other key aspects of physical fitness and body awareness.
The SFU Improv Club will give students — both inside and outside the fine arts program — an opportunity to perform and create. We want to create a non-judgemental place where students who are interested in comedy or performance have a chance to gather and meet and hone their abilities.