To promote and facilitate the strength, unity and knowledge base of SFU student, faculty, and alumni equestrians of all disciplines and skill levels.
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.
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.
SFU LINK goal is to increase encouragement and motivation or SFU students with multiple activities in terms of academic and social to achieve the best academic performance. We are to bring students together from diverse backgrounds, and to unite them under the common objective of self-development, as well as entertainment.
The SFU Manga Club, based in Surrey, provides an environment for artists and writers to collaborate and create Japanese comics, AKA manga, and other related forms. Club activities will involve exploring the culture behind manga and discussing ways to develop our own art and stories.
We are prepping students for model NATO conferences in Washington DC and Ottawa. Students will also prepare for the 2018 SFU – NATO Field School which will see students visit NATO HQ in Belgium, NATO Defense College in Italy, and Canadian troops in Latvia. This club will prepare you for a career in diplomacy and defence.
The reason behind this club is that there is a bounty of trails all over the lower mainland of varying terrain and ability to be ridden and maintained. This club can provide an environment where mountain biking enthusiasts can come together. Here riders can learn to repair and service their bike as well as better their skills in workshops.
Creating regular open mic events that create an inviting, engaging, and supportive community of performers and listeners willing to create a safe space for creativity!
SFU Overwatch Club is a relax and fun club that invites all the SFU and FIC students who enjoy playing games together. Everyone is welcome to join. The club allows all Overwatch ,Blizzard Games, and all other video game players the opportunity to make new gaming friends by communicating through Facebook page and in events.
My mandate for this club is to promote paintball around the university and provide a unique environment for obtaining leadership skills, outdoor experience and teamwork. We will be organizing events each week or biweekly at Ambush Paintball to get a hands on experience. Hosting paintball fundraisers to support local organizations.