Our club will be providing opportunities for students to share their passion in Korean culture through K-POP related workshops, concerts and competitions.
A passionate group of BPK undergraduate students who wish to attend the Kinesiology Games, the largest student-run Kinesiology conference in Canada. This event is held annually in March at a different host university providing students the opportunity to travel to various cities and campuses around Canada. Creating a stronger student community.
Korean Cultural Performing Arts Club is open for anyone who is interested in Korean Culture and for those who would like to experience the culture.
Traditional Korean performing Arts include Dance, Nanta, Samulnori and Pangut. All the activities are led by the club leaders and each lesson are also taught by the leaders.
K.STORM is a non-profit student group that aims to promote the Korean culture to all students from all nations. We are a social friendly community that allows members to meet new people and enjoy their university life with us.
To provide salsa, bachata and merengue dance lessons for students in a friendly environment and at an affordable rate. We also host high quality Latin Dance and Music events at SFU to foster community spirit.
The S.F.U. Law Club is a student led organization that focuses on the rule of law and individuals looking to pursue a career in the field. By allowing individuals the ability to actively participate and prepare for a future career,the S.F.U. Law Club is a place for individuals to share a common interest and make personal connections for the future.
The purpose of this group is to provide League of Legends Events for SFU students to enjoy. We will host a variety of events and tournaments. Our goal is to facilitate a forum of discussion and to raise awareness of the League of Legends community in the area of Greater Vancouver.
Left Alternative combines discussion, education and action designed to find real solutions to people’s needs. Left Alternative strives to bring people together against the roots of many different oppressions: the inequalities of wealth and power that are the hallmark of capitalism, and the broader inequalities that capitalism reinforces.
SFU Lifeline advocates for pre-born children, whose human rights are violated by abortion, which is legal in all 9 months of pregnancy in Canada. We are dedicated to raising awareness about this issue, and providing women with the support and resources they need to make a life-affirming choice that respects both mother and child.
The Film Squad is a non-profit society aims to attract young students who love films gathering together. The Film Squad have a roster of creatives, they collect ideas through communication between film lovers. The team make it an on going effort to hone each member’s abilities in order to help them achieve own, personal dreams.
By providing opportunities of student recreation and formal academic events, SFU students are expected to enjoy and learn from the meaningful and impressive social activities. Meanwhile, we are willing to make the most of our experience and knowledge to make a positive impact on the whole student society.
We aim to connect SFU Korean students(1.5 generation and 2 generation of korean immigrants) to the Word of God through small group Bible study and
various seminars. We also strive for further spiritual maturity within our community by encouraging the
members to participate into communal worship and individual prayer time.
We are aiming to establish a club to provide students with opportunities of going to senior housings to perform traditional or modern arts from their cultures (music, dance, poem and other instrumental pieces) to the seniors and engage in culture-sharing activities with them.
1.Make career-related information and resources more accessible to Chinese-speaking youth in Vancouver by hosting workshops and networking events.
2.Help youth to achieve their career goals by providing them with practical experiences from projects and work opportunities.