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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.

Women in Clean Tech
Women in Clean Tech (WiCT) is an all-inclusive club aiming to connect students in STEM, as well as facilitate clean tech initiatives and projects for our club members While the focus of this club is to connect and support the female student body interested in this field, all are welcome to join.
Women In Engineering
Women in Engineering club stands for diversity, inclusion, and representation of minorities in engineering. We are a club that aims to empower women in STEM through events with a focus toward outreach, support, and career development.Through these events, WiE promotes
Women in STEM
Women in STEM is a networking club open to those in all fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. It is catered to women, but all are welcome as long as there is an interest in advancement of women in STEM. We hope to create a supportive environment for those in STEM to pursue careers in their respective fields.
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