SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY

SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY

Mission Statement:

Simon Fraser University's downtown campus blends history with high tech in state-of-the-art education facilities in some of Vancouver's best-known landmarks. The campus currently serves over 70,000 people annually. Approximately 10,000 are students enrolled in credit and non-credit courses. A wide, and varying, range of undergraduate courses are offered each semester. Professional graduate degrees are available in business, gerontology, education, liberal studies and publishing. A unique program in liberal and business studies offers the opportunity for degree completion for those already in the work force. Thousands of other individuals, groups and companies attend SFU public programs such as conferences, lectures, performances and exhibitions or are involved in courses, seminars and meetings organized externally, but held at Simon Fraser Vancouver. Mission Statement: - Actively uphold the values and commitments of the university by fulfilling and adapting to the information needs of decision makers. - Efficiently support planning and decision-making through anticipation, collaboration, innovation, timeliness, accuracy and integrity. - Provide value-added information that is accessible, reliable, unbiased, consistent, relevant, useable, and user friendly. - Consistently pursue a well-rounded knowledge of emerging issues in higher education, both within SFU and in the world around us.

Programs Offered Include:

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Criminology , Gerontology , International Studies

Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology
Communication , Contemporary Arts

Kinesiology
Kinesiology Undergraduate Cohort Program