The Academic Success Centre offers one-on-one feedback on the writing that you are doing for your UFV courses and on your subject-area content.
The Afghan Culture Club (ACC) strives to express the Afghan Culture and history within the university and community by holding events and meetings for all the students.
UFV Amnesty Club is a UFV organization with the "mission. . . to conduct research and generate action to prevent and end grave abuses of human rights and to demand justice for those whose rights have been violated." -Amnesty Canada
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.
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.
En Route UFV connects domestic and international students through tourism based off-campus travel to promote cultural awareness, education opportunities, and relationship building.
An indispensable series of workshops for students who are working, or wish to work, on campus.
To provide a rewarding volunteer opportunity for students at UFV through volunteering with and advocating for Special Olympics BC and individuals with intellectual disabilities
The Global Development Studies Club enables students interested in issues of local and global development to become involved in in the fight against poverty and inequality. Our aim is to welcome and engage students from any discipline.
A club for Indigenous students to connect, talk about First Nations culture, and provide an Indigenous perspective to U.F.V.