Writing and Academic Skills
SFU Student Learning Commons: “Your Writing and Academic Success Centre”
EAL Programs (English as an Additional Language)
- EAL Language Resources
- English Conversation and Pronunciation
- Conversation Partners for EAL/ESL Students
- Academic English Coaching
SLC Workshops (Writing, Speaking, and Study Skills). Selected topics include
- How To Argue Academically
- Hot Tips for Revising
- Structuring Ideas Through Grammar
- Improve Your Reading Effectiveness
- Managing Procrastination
The Research Commons in the SFU Library offers workshops, consultations, and other services specifically tailored for graduate students.
Quick Links to Frequently Used Resources
SFU Library Reference Desk - AskAway
For help with research. Reference staff can show students how to find and use the best information resources for their topic. The Citation and Style Guides help students cite sources correctly and ethically.
Provides assistance with resumes and cover letters
Beedie School of Business: Career Management Centre
Offers students in the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program coaching workshops on professional resumes and cover letters.
Beedie School Writing Mentors
Aimed at undergraduate students registered in business courses and will provide those students with practical resources to help them develop strong critical writing skills.
Centre for Accessible Learning
Information and counsel for students with a documented or suspected disability.
Indigenous Student Centre
Provides programs and support services for Indigenous students
Student Services: sfu.ca/students
The Student Services homepage links students to resources on academic, personal, and financial support. Associated services include