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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.

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.
Chess Club - SFU
For everyone who enjoys playing chess or wants to learn it! Meet every Friday at 4:45 PM, WMC 3535
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.
CSC
We want to help freshmen in vancouver adapt to their sfu campus and canadian life to avoid some preventable difficulties.
Daijack Club
We are a socializing club that aims to meet new people, make new connections and have fun.
Dialogue
This club will inspire students with a sense of civic responsibility and encourage their passion for improving society through the use of dialogue. Dialogue will transcend beyond disciplines and bring together a diverse group of students from different backgrounds who share a common interests. Our events will follow these principles.
Fantasy Football Club
Meet new people and share a passion for all sports while sharing ideas. In the fall we'll focus on mostly football while later in the spring can shift to NBA, MLB and NHL
Fraser Billiards & Pool Association
As the Fraser Billiards and Pool Association, we intend to promote the culture of cue sports as both leisure and social. Centered in the Burnaby Campus. Our goal is to create a persistent environment, where we can create a culture that will hopefully be part of Simon Fraser University for generations after us, and onwards.
Her Campus SFU
Her Campus is the #1 global community for college women, with 290+ chapters at universities all over North America. Her Campus SFU is an inclusive online magazine specifically for SFU women, covering topics from campus life and college survival to fashion, beauty, health, career, and more.
Kin Games SFU
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 Storm (K.STORM)
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.​​
Latin Dance Passion - SFU
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.
LIT Events
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.
Love Caravan SFU
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.
Malaysia Singapore Students Club
To provide a social club for Malaysian and Singapore students and those interested in the related cultures of these countries.
Picnic Club
The Picnic Club welcomes all SFU students and faculty. Attendees can benefit from lasting friendships and unforgettable memories at our events. Each meet & eat runs a similar structure: meet up at a designated area, enjoy refreshments and food, then play social games & activities.
Savage Entertainment
Bettering SFU's student experience one night at a time.
SFU ASL Club
An opportunity to converse with your friends in American Sign Language, or learn if you don't already know it, and learn about deaf culture.
SFU Club of Knowledgeable Youngsters (Short: SKY)
our club want to build a platform that everyone can share and learn from others by collecting knowledge and experiences from students and leaving it to the new generalization. We are also intent to offer a guide for new comers of SFU and Canada with detailed guideline from the basic information of school to the interest points near Vancouver;
SFU MTB
The reason behind this club is that there is a bounty of trails all over the lower mainland of varying terrain and ability to be ridden and maintained. This club can provide an environment where mountain biking enthusiasts can come together. Here riders can learn to repair and service their bike as well as better their skills in workshops.
SFU Sci-Fi TV & Movies
To bring together those who enjoy the science fiction genre in a place where we can enjoy and discuss the movies/tv shows we love. It would also provide a way for those people who normally wouldn't go out and interact with people a way to meet those with which they share a common interest, bringing new friends together.
SFU Social Activities Society (SAS)
As the SFU Social Activities Society, our aim is to enhance the university experience by encouraging SFU students to be more socially engaged while having fun. We want to provide a variety of events and social gatherings that will cater to everyone. Our promise to our club members is that we will strive to make them feel appreciated and included.
SFU-Zhejiang Uni. (ZJU) Dual Degree Program Club (DDP Club)
To facilitate cultural and educational exchanges between SFU and ZJU DDP students by: ZJU students helping SFU students prepare for their experience in China, and SFU students helping ZJU students transition to life at SFU.
Stress Reliever Club (SRC)
Want to relieve stress? Find new friends? Adjust to your new university life? Join us for Yoga and meditation sessions, Hiking, Biking, Game nights, Dinner out and 19+ Events!!!!!!
Taiwanese Association - SFU
We are the bridge between Canada and Taiwan. We promoting Taiwanese culture on our campus and the greater Vancouver area.
The Rubicon
The Rubicon is a student run magazine that is dedicated to providing a non-partisan platform for students to write and report on a diverse variety of topics.
The SFU Book Club
For those who love to get lost in words. “Fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten.” N. Gaiman
Undecided Majors
Enhancing SFU's social environment and creating new friendships between students through organizing various meetups and events on and off campus
Varsity Adventures Club (VAC)
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.
Women in STEM
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.
World University Services of Canada-SFU
To foster human development and global understanding through education and training.