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Below is a list of all currently registered clubs, listed in alphabetical order. Click on the club's name to view additional information or to join the club.

Active - SFU
We encourage individuals to live a healthier, more balanced lifestyle of academics and athletics by providing social gatherings and sporting events of fun and games.
Agape Impact
To know Jesus, to share the Good News of Jesus, and to grow in Jesus Christ
AIESEC
The world's largest student-run non-profit that develops change agents through international opportunities.
ALAS (Association of Latin American Students)
Provide a space of entertainment and learning for Latin American students and those who love the Latino culture. We want to promote a space that cherish our multicultural community, while fostering an environment of respect and growth.
Alpha Kappa Psi
"Providing resources for enhancing the educational experience of future business leaders."
Altered Reality Club
SFU's premiere gaming and geek culture club. We seek to serve as SFU's source for gaming and tabletop activities. We are dedicated to providing an environment where SFU students interested in hobbies such as video games, board games and tabletop role-playing games can meet and discuss such topics as well as gain new friends and contacts.
Aviation - SFU
To promote aviation within the SFU community.
BonusKnowledge
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.
BROOKED Events
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. www.facebook.com/Brookedevents
Burnaby Mountain Toastmasters
This club aims at improving members' public speaking skills and expanding their social network.
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.
Christian Leadership Initiative - SFU
An open community of scholars and students exploring the Christian worldview through the nexus of scholarship and faith
Christian Students @ SFU
"But flee youthful lusts, and pursue righteousness, faith, love, peace with those who call on the Lord out of a pure heart." 2 Timothy 2:22
Conversations Worth Starting
To foster a community that supports idea-sharing and personal growth through volunteering opportunities.
Crohn's and Colitis Canada
Crohn’s and Colitis Canada aims to help educate, inform and advocate for the 1 in 150 Canadians currently living with Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Debate Society
The official debating team for Simon Fraser University and a member of the Canadian University Society for Intercollegiate Debate (CUSID)
Enactus SFU
To encourage entrepreneurship on our campuses and in the community through our various programs. We consider the relevant economic, social and environmental factors to effectively empower people in need by applying business and economic concepts and an entrepreneurial approach to improve their quality of life and standard of living.
Every Nation Campus Ministry
Engage students with fun activities and meaningful conversations, encourage them to find the purpose of life throughout their school life.
Exercise is Medicine SFU
To foster collaborative inter-professional relationships and leadership skills on campus between exercise, health and other disciplines that support the EIMC vision and goals.
FOCUS Club
To provide international students a safe and open place to make friends, find help with living and studying in Canada, understand the Bible, and impact the world.
Giddha - SFU
Illustrating the simplicity and beauty of the Punjabi culture through the form of traditional folk dance giddha with respect to a balanced university lifestyle that incorporates physical activity.
Give A Paw
To fundraise for local animal shelters and research centers
Greek Representation and Interest Development (G.R.I.D)
To provide a forum for open discussion on matters pertaining to Greek societies. To be a source of information to currently unaffiliated students expressing an interest in joining a Greek society. To co-ordinate and prevent interference amongst Greek societies. To assist those interested in the formation of a new Greek society.
Hip Hop Club - SFU
SFU HipHop club is a club devoted to the HipHop Culture. Our main goal is to share and educate about the HipHop dance culture. We introduce styles such as popping, locking, waving, house, breakdancing, wacking, and much more. It is a place where you meet new people, share the same interest, learn new skills, and in general having fun.
Humans of SFU
We are the students who started a Humans of SFU page on FaceBook, and would like to make it an official SFU club. The page was inspired by the photoblog "Humans of New York." The collections of photos and interviews allows us to relate to and connect to people of the SFU Community, giving us the chance to see that they are just as human as we are.
Indian Student Federation (ISF)
Our club purpose is to speak out and unite all prospective, current and Alumni Indian students in SFU. Our vision is to organize cultural events and help Indian students build a network with one another.
Indonesian Association - SFU
The Indonesian Association (IA) is a non-profit student-led organisation that welcomes and unites Indonesian students at Fraser International College and Simon Fraser University. We strive to promote a fun and rewarding university experience for all our members through various social events.
International Trading Card Games Club @ SFU
Trading card games are very popular all throughout the world, the International Trading Card Games Club is a club designed to support those who enjoy playing TCGs or want to give it a try. We support a wide variety of TCGs such as Magic: The Gathering and Weiss Schwarz.
International Youth Fellowship
Transcending mere acquisition of skills or knowledge; Developing international mindset
Introverts Club - SFU
We aim to help introverts make friends at SFU. Our club organizes events for introverts to meet up, get to know each other, and socialize the introvert way.
Ismaili Students Association
A Religious Organization designed to create fun and exciting Internal and External events that engage the Post-Secondary Shia Ismaili Muslim community, and the wider SFU student body.
Jazz Band - Simon Fraser
The SFU Jazz Band aims to provide an opportunity for jazz musicians and enthusiasts to rehearse and perform in a ‘BIG BAND’ setting within the SFU community.
Law Club - SFU
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.
Lifeline SFU
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.
Love Your Neighbour Club
Love Your Neighbour club is a volunteer club with an international network of branches. We are dedicated to serving both the communities we live in as well as globally.
Outdoors Club - SFU
The Outdoors Club is a group of SFU students who love to be outside and are passionate about outdoor sports. Our members enjoy hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking, kayaking, snow shoeing, skiing, and pretty much anything that gets us out in nature and having fun.
Phi Delta Epsilon
As a co-ed fraternity, we aim to dispel the competitive stereotypes associated with pre-med students and foster lifelong friendships between women and men pursuing a career in medicine. Through our philanthropy, leadership opportunities, and academic excellence, we hope to instill in our members the skills necessary to excel in the medical field.
Pre-Med Society - SFU
The SFU Pre-Med Society is a group of students interested in entering the field of medicine. Info on admissions, med school options, and the MCAT plus interview prep, volunteering, hearing from current med students, and networking with other pre-meds. Join us! SFU clubs/students/external organizations, please contact: facebook.com/premedsociety
Pre-Optometry Society - SFU
The SFU Pre-Optometry Society serves as a network for students who are interested in the field of optometry. Our purpose is to provide members with OAT preparation, volunteering opportunities, fundraisers and hearing from optometrists.
Punjabi Student Association - SFU
The Simon Fraser University Punjabi Student Association was established by SFU students in 1996. The PSA has created an avenue for students at SFU to discover and celebrate the richness of the Punjabi culture along with allowing students to make positive contributions in the community.
Pursuit of Happiness
Pursuit of Happiness aims to promote the importance of mental and physical health, and nurture a safe and supportive network for students. We address the challenges of overall wellness experienced by the members of our community through engaging events. Funds raised from our events go back to SFU to help provide more effective health services.
Sanguosha - SFU
"Sanguosha" is now the most popular game card in China, SFU Sanguosha club is for the SFU student who like and want to play this game together; also this club will be a Chinese international students union, and it will help the new student to get familiar with this community and school faster.
SFU Blood For Life
SFU Blood For Life aims to raise awareness about the need for blood and stem cell donors while providing students/members of the SFU community the opportunity to join this cause. Our goal is to ensure that individuals have the information they need to participate through both the traditional donation routes and non-traditional roles.
SFU Dragon Boat
SFU Dragon Boat aims to promote the sport of dragon boat paddling and welcomes beginner paddlers and experienced paddlers alike.
SFU Guitar Players Society
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.
SFU Link
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.
SFU Optimist Club
Bringing out the best in kids, our members, and our community
SFU Reading Bear
The Reading Bear Society fosters a more conscientious and loving society by providing intergenerational mentorship and literacy resources that encourage early literacy, social well-being, and emotional health across generations and communities.
SFU XinViteer Volunteer Club
XinViteer Volunteer Club is a registered BC NPO to increase public awareness of supporting people needed help in Vancouver. Establishing a platform for students to keep the connection with volunteer information and opportunities to gain volunteer experiences and certification.
Shia Muslim Society
Open dialogue between all Muslim and non-Muslim SFU students.
Student Meme Union
To be a group in which individuals can express humor or comedy in any form they choose to.
Surrey Badminton Club - SFU
Promote the sport of Badminton to all students at SFU, especially at the Surrey Campus. This club is for any skill level/gender and will enforce a safe-zone to all participants.
Surrey Basketball Club - SFU
The SFU Surrey Basketball Club (SBC) will distinguish itself from other basketball leagues/clubs due to the fact that it is completely casual and accepting of anyone. The club is for any skill level/gender. It will implement a no-judgement zone. Club members will meet in SFU Surrey to decide where to play (In Surrey).
The Point
A club on campus whose goal is to Love God, Love People, Serve All, by hosting events open to those part of The Point Church and to those who are not. Through worship and service, we aim to foster a positive atmosphere on campus where students can explore what it means to follow Jesus.

The Social Media Network
To guide students in creating original individual content through the use of social media; by providing them an environment that promotes learning, professionalism, innovation, creativity, and teamwork.
Thoughts R Life
The mentors in the world can only teach their respective areas of expertise. We believe that success in life is not just success in a particular field; it is success as a holistic person: success in our thoughts & actions. By receiving God’s wisdom, achieve the ultimate life-transformation and create the foundation for a successful future!
Trading Card Games Club
To enjoy competitive matches and leisure experiences through trading card games and associated events.
UNICEF - SFU
Our focus is to advocate, educate, and fundraise to join the global effort of reversing child-focused humanitarian issues in the developing world.
University Bible Fellowship
To help students study the Bible and live according to its teachings.
VEX Robotics
***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!
Vietnamese Student Association
An official group for all Vietnamese students and all those who are interested in Vietnamese culture at Simon Fraser University.
Wildlife Conservation - SFU
Providing an inside look at the world of wildlife rehabilitation & rescue, opportunities to volunteer with environmental organizations, and exploration of our local parks.
Women In Engineering
To provide support and maintain communication between the women in Engineering Science Department.
XR Club
A club for XR enthusiasts to enjoy, and learn more about the technology