Directory of Clubs


Our understanding and observation of the need for an artistic presence on SFU Burnaby campus has led us to create an artistic hub where students regardless of their faculty can engage and interact with art. As a creative hub, we provide students with the space, platform, and resources in order to bring our members’ artistic ideas into reality.

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Ascend Leadership

As the 2nd University Chapter of Ascend in Western Canada, Ascend SFU’s primary vision is to enhance the presence, influence, and visibility of current and future Pan-Asian leadership in our community.

Aspiring Young Afghans Club (AYAC)

To connect students (afghan/non-afghan), provide networking opportunties, and increase cultural and cross-cultural awareness.

Astronomy Club – SFU

To promote and practice amateur astronomy and facilitate related activities at SFU and in the greater community.

Athletes In Action

Faith based community that explores issues in sport and how they interact with student life. Through the christian lens we aim to empower the total athlete.

Aviation – SFU

To promote aviation within the SFU community.

Backpacking Club

To bring together a community of experienced hikers to tackle difficult and ambitious hikes, including those lasting for 2 or more days. Our focus is on providing the additional support, supplies, and planning required for these challenging but rewarding adventures.

Ballroom Club – SFU

Provide safe and fun environment for attending members -Membership shall be open to all SFU students in good standing with the Simon Fraser Student Society. No restriction will be placed on membership according to race, gender, religion, ability, sexual orientation, or similar discriminatory practices.

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Bangladesh Students’ Alliance

Promote the heritage of Bangladesh at SFU. Provide assistance to both new and existing students from Bangladesh. Organize social & cultural events to create a multicultural acquaintanceship within the SFU community.

Barkada SFU

To promote the Filipino value of “kapwa” (togetherness) through the organization’s events and by epitomizing “pakikipagkapwa” (kindness)

Basic Income SFU

Basic Income SFU advocates for basic income policy as a way to reduce poverty. We research projects that have taken place around the world, work with teams in Metro Vancouver to develop guidelines for a national policy, and educate students about basic income using a variety of interactive events and activities.

Benevolent Association (BA)

The SFU Benevolent Association (SBA) aims to assist various causes or organizations that do not gain enough recognition locally and internationally. We help bring together diverse group of individuals from different faculties to serve others while giving students the opportunity to expand their skills in order to become successful leaders.

Best Buddies

Best Buddies – Vrais Copains Canada is a national charitable organization dedicated to enhancing our communities through one-to-one friendships between people with intellectual disabilities and students.


Beverage Enthusiasts Society

The Beverage Enthusiast Society is focused around learning the art of mixology and love of all drinks.
Join us on a journey and a fantastic experience through our tastebuds in the exquisite world of beverages!

Bhangra – SFU – Surrey

To spread and promote health and well being as well as provide students with an avenue to connect with their artistic side as well as getting a great cardiovascular workout through the wonderful dance of Bhangra. Great for people of all cultures, backgrounds and dance levels.

Blender Club

The goal of this club is to teach people about 3D design, including animation, modeling, design, and production, and then work together to create films in a fun environment for film festivals using the Blender program.
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Board Game Club

Play board games such as Coup, Deception, and Red Dragon Inn, among many other favorites. Also, for friendship.


Our goal is to build a community of like-minded people and supply the tools that would allow one to gain control over their lives; through relaxed discussion about personal development in a creative, respectful and eclectic atmosphere. Informational sources like articles, book extracts, videos, etc; are the clubs tools to get information across.

Brain in Mind

To empower, educate and support citizens living with common brain disorders such as epilepsy, and support research to make their lives easier.


The main pillar of BROOKED will and always be, to raise the social atmosphere at SFU. Our second pillar cooperation and third quality. We believe that social events are key to a schools pride and overall sense of community. We have a passion to raise SFU’s social atmosphere and are working extremely hard to do it.