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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.

350 - SFU
To raise awareness among students, faculty, and alumni about SFU's role in mitigating climate change.
Ban the Bottle SFU
The Ban the Bottle group is a collective of students focused on environmental action, specifically related to water resources and single-use plastics.
ChangeSFU
Our mission is to provide a collaborative space for all kinds of environmental, political, and social activism at SFU and in its community. We catalyze change through taking the issues our members are passionate about and brainstorming actionable campaigns to address those issues to the best of our ability.
Club of Discourse SFU
COD SFU aims to engage students in pursuit of 4 goals. We strive to introduce students to different perspectives. We aim to create a respectful space for discussions of various topics. We intend for our club to help ease the divide in our society. Finally, we look to fight university censorship and give students a space to relish their free speech.
Dogwood SFU
A non profit, non partisan citizen action network in SFU that brings together students to reclaim power over our environment and democracy.
Hanvoice SFU
HanVoice is an outlet to affect real grassroots change. Therefore, The club will equip, and empower students to engage meaningfully with North Korean human rights issues.
Students For Liberty - SFU
A non-partisan student organization that promotes discussion of current events and political philosophy with an emphasis on personal, academic, and economic freedom. Students for Liberty provides opportunities to explore these ideas on and off-campus at events, conferences and seminars across North America.
VeggieSFU
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.
World University Services of Canada-SFU
World University Service of Canada (WUSC) is a Canadian international development non-profit organization dedicated to improving education, employment and empowerment opportunities for youth, women and refugees. WUSC works through 95 universities across Canada through the WUSC Local Committees to support the Student Refugee Program (SRP). For more info, please visit: https://wusc.ca/ The SFU WUSC Local Committee (LC) is a student and volunteer-driven campus organization that runs the SFU Student Refugee Program. The SRP is the only one of its kind to combine resettlement with opportunities for higher education. At SFU, we sponsor 6 refugee students every year. Our LC raise funds and awareness for the program on their campus and in their community. They also play a critical role in offering day-to-day social and academic support to SRP students. For more info, please visit: https://www.sfu.ca/refugeeprograms/students.html