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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.

Table Tennis @ SFU Surrey
We seek to facilitate student engagement and interdisciplinary interaction, as well as improve each individual's physical health, through the shared recreational activity of Table Tennis (Ping Pong).
Taiwanese Association - SFU
We are the bridge between Canada and Taiwan. We promoting Taiwanese culture on our campus and the greater Vancouver area.
Team Phantom: SFU Formula SAE Electric
The goal of this club is to compete in the Formula SAE Electric Competition. The club will do this by designing and creating a fully electric vehicle using engineering principles.
Technovus
Technovus is all about having fun and learning technical skills in electrical, mechanical, and software engineering. We are a group of students dedicated to creating a vibrant and welcoming community that fosters creativity and innovation through hands on projects, workshops, and hackathons. All experience levels are welcome!
The Go Club
To bring people together with the game of Go! Go is a strategy board game played by two people. The winner is decided by the amount of territory. Traditionally Go has been played in China, Japan, and Korea.
The Personal Training Club (PTC)
Promoting personal training for anyone interested in improving their knowledge of health and fitness. Providing background information about personal training topics such as nutrition, exercise and prospective careers in the field. In addition to providing events informing members on personal training certifications.
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 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 SAM Project
The club aims to support and spread awareness to the ongoing projects that SAM carries out in Zambia. SAM stands for Sustainability through Agriculture and Microenterprise. If you have any interest in supporting NGOs or interning abroad this is for you.
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
Thé SFU Tea
We aim to encourage and maintain the appreciation of tea in all forms.
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.
The Study of Post-Modern Visual Arts Society
The Study of Post-Modern Visual Arts Society mandates that the Society studies, partakes, creates, enjoys, purchases, and utilizes the media, products, creations, and entertainment of the growing field of Post-Modern Visual Arts. The Society shall unite students and others alike with a unique method of engagement.
The Writer's Art
The Writer's Art exists to serve the community through creative writing. The club empowers youth through helping them develop leadership and teamwork skills through activities such as leading original writing programs at institutions of need.
Today's BC Young Liberals
Today's BC Young Liberals at SFU hopes to provide unique and exciting opportunities for students to participate within the political community and engage with other like-minded individuals.
Trading Card Games Club
To enjoy competitive matches and leisure experiences through trading card games and associated events.
Turkish Canadian Association - SFU
The main purpose of SFU's Turkish Canadian Association is to carry out advocacy and promotion in the interest and on behalf of Turkish Canadian students. SFU Turkish Canadian Association is a secular organization, and has no political or religious affiliations.