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Campus Card

It’s your university ID, and so much more!

Campus Recreation (Campus Rec)

Campus Rec provides students, staff and faculty with opportunities to activity participate in programs that foster enjoyable leisure experiences, healthy practices, meaningful connections with peers and colleagues, and holistic learning.

Career Centre

Find a job; see a career coach; or get job tips including resume/cover letter assistance and mock interviews.

Cascades Student Athlete Council

Group of athletes nominated by their teams to represent the student-athlete body in meetings with the Athletic Director to discuss special topics and events.

Centre for Indo Canadian Studies (CICS)

The CICS is the UFV's nexus point where scholars from UFV programs, Indo Canadian community members as well as groups from all sectors of the community, and international visitors, students and scholars from India/South Asia come together.

Chinese Student & Scholar Club

This club is under SUS and has been existed on campus over five years. The club is generally organizing events for students; bring more Chinese cultural to the community.

CIVL Radio

CIVL Radio is a campus and community radio station that serves UFV - Abbotsford, Mission and Chilliwack. We provide training/support for Students/Community members to host programs that serve their interests that are not supported by commercial media!

Co-Curricular Record (CCR)

The Co-Curricular Record is an official UFV document that showcases all of your out-of-classroom experiences, memberships, and accomplishment.

College of Arts - Dean's Office (COA)

The College of Arts is the largest unit at the University of the Fraser Valley with departments such as English, Visual Arts, History, Modern Languages, Criminology, Economics, Psychology, and much more. There are numerous opportunities for success.

Computing Student Association (CSA)

We are the Association that represents both Computer Information System students and Computing Sciences students to both the Student Union Society and the CIS Department. Come to the Student Computing Center in building D 224 for more info.

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