Directory of Clubs

Burnaby Mountain Toastmasters

This club aims at improving members’ public speaking skills and expanding their social network.

Business Speaking Competition and Fundraiser

To support RainCity Housing’s community initiatives through the annual implementation of the Business Speaking Competition — an improvised speaking competition where competitors sell a product they’ve never seen or heard about before.

Campus Association of Baha’i Studies

A space created to discuss and share thoughts about various teachings of God and learn about engaging in the prevalent discourses of society. CABS seeks to provide a forum for students of all races, colours, classes, nationalities and religions to discuss the urgent issues facing society today.

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Campus Vibe Movement

Campus Vibe exists to equip people studying and working on campus with purpose and passion so that they see, express, and have the power of Christ

Canadian Cancer Society – SFU

Through a small group of motivated and passionate students, we help raise awareness of different types of cancers through awareness themed months. We also organize and host one of SFU’s biggest cancer related fundraisers, Relay for Life! Through these efforts, all proceeds are given directly to the Canadian Cancer Society.

Canadian Liver Foundation – SFU

The SFU CLF Club’s goal is to raise awareness about the rising impact of liver disease and to fundraise for research programs. We are focused on finding proactive ways to help reduce the impact of liver disease. We hope to educate and motivate young adults to take on this issue more passionately.

Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy (CSSDP)

The mandate CSSDP-SFU, is to promote sensible thinking when it comes to the difficult topic of drug use and drug policy. CSSDP -SFU works to help students understand the drug war as well as provide harm reduction.

Canadianized Asian Club (CAC)

Our goal as a student-led non-profit organization is to enhance student’s university experience, placing our membership body first. We strive to build an inclusive community that engages students through a variety of activities and events. We encourage students to join our executive committee to further their experience.


CaseIT is group of likeminded individuals who host an annual international business case competition with a strong Management Information Systems (MIS) focus where students from various backgrounds of IT and business can showcase their skills in areas such as teamwork, problem solving, and critical thinking to a panel of industry professionals.


To provide a forum for students interested in intelligence studies, to discuss issues and details pertaining to CASIS Vancouver events. This increases academic engagement in open discussions.

Catholic Christian Outreach Club

Focused on evangelization, we challenge young people to live in the fullness of the Catholic faith placing a strong emphasis on building leaders for the renewal of the world.


CFC-Youth Campus Based is a youth ministry of Couples for Christ that renews the society by raising servant leaders grounded on Christian values, witnessing God through the Campuses. It provides university students and faculty with opportunities to learn about the Catholic faith through fun and fellowship.


ChangeSFU is a student-run environmental activism group. As an activism group, we believe that one of the best ways to address the most important issues of today is head on. To that end, we aim to educate and engage the students of SFU through tenacious petitioning, eclectic lecture series, and passionate rallying.

Chess Club – SFU

For everyone who enjoys playing chess or wants to learn it!

Meet every Friday at 4:45 PM, WMC 2501

Childhood Cancer Support Club

To promote awareness of Childhood Cancer throughout the university and provide funds to improve the lives of children with cancer and their families.

Chinese Link (C-Link)

Chinese Link is a non-profit student club with a long thriving history at Simon Fraser University. Our aim is to provide a platform for students to exchange knowledge, to help raise funds for other non-profit organizations, and to participate in volunteer work that helps build up our community.

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Chinese Student Union

To promote social, intellectual and cultural activities at SFU for Chinese students and those interested in Chinese culture.

Chinese Students and Scholars Association

Our association is a non-profit, non-political, independent organization composed of mainly Chinese students and scholars studying and working at SFU. CSSA is dedicated to create a community for international students and enrich students’ non-academic life by hosting various events including dance performances and other activities.

Chinese Supporter and Dedicator Association

Our club will focus on providing free services to Chinese students. The services are not only about giving necessary knowledge and useful suggestion, but also helping them in daily life, for example, introducing new friend to students according to their same major or hobby, and group them to be successful.

Chinese Undergraduate Association (CUA)

Chinese Undergraduate Association (CUASFU) aims to build a communication platform in helping Chinese students reach their fullest academic potential and enhance their university life through integrating students across faculties.