The fashion community at SFU
We host events throughout the year to fundraise on behalf of Variety – the Children’s Charity. All of our proceeds support children with special needs in British Columbia. We also offer the opportunity to volunteer at some of Variety’s events, such as the Show of Hearts Telethon, Boat for Hope and their Christmas parties.
Our objective is to unite the school on common grounds, not as faculties, but as SFU students through various campus-wide ‘adventures.’ We hope to build a school-spirited community through our events to serve as a foundation that will not only enhance their ‘varsity’ experience, but also inspire future students to engage within SFU.
We intend to: Foster awareness, open discussion and critical thinking to the nutritional values of a plant based lifestyle. Bring awareness about animal rights where factory farmed animals are concerned.
To be inclusive: open to ALL people, regardless of being vegan or not. We only require that you be open minded, open to learning, and respectful.
***New members welcome. Meetings are 1:30-5:30 (drop-in style) every Friday in room ASB 9896***
VEX robotics is an integrated design system that is extremely versatile yet easy to learn. You will learn how to make a competitive robot with different subsystems such as: motors, sensors, programming, structure, and more!
To spread musical joy throughout the SFU campus.
Humanize refugees and minorities, Educate individuals through engagement, Respect different cultures from around the world and Empower our target audiences so that they can be a voice against extremism. They stand for H.E.R.E. which represents the positive impact that anyone can make right “here” in their own community.
We aim to educate, engage, and empower students to lead meaningful action, by taking part in campaigns and raising funds to build a school in one of the eight developing countries that Free The Children currently supports.
Providing an inside look at the world of wildlife rehabilitation & rescue, opportunities to volunteer with environmental organizations, and exploration of our local parks.
We stand in solidarity to give Mental Health a voice by fostering an active conversation through awareness and action, and extending a helping hand to those who endure the fight against it every day. Let us all join our hearts and minds to end the stigma against mental health.
Women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and, Mathematics) is a networking club open to those in all fields of the faculty of sciences. It is catered to women, but all are welcome as long as there is an interest in science. We hope to create a supportive environment for those in the STEM faculties to pursue careers in science.
The SFU YLC’s goals are to ensure adequate representation of youth within the Liberal Party of Canada; promote and espouse the views of Young Liberals on a regular basis internally and externally to the Liberal Party of Canada; develop and educate Young Liberals in the various aspects of the political process.
YWiB SFU strives to engage leaders from all faculties through opportunities for personal and professional growth. We encourage members to achieve success on their own terms through our programs that focus on mentorship, networking, philanthropy and tangible skill building.
To join YWiB please apply via our website: