Friends Without Borders (FWB) is a 10+ week intercultural peer mentorship program that builds connections and networks for students culturally and socially.
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.
The Global Engagement Volunteers (GEV) are an integral part of UFV’s community engagement and internationalization. The goal of the GEV program is to achieve lasting, positive academic outcomes and social relationships for all UFV students.
As the ultimate “problem solving” profession, graphic design intersects culture, society, commerce, and the environment. Working in collaborative creative environments, graphic designers create multi-platform solutions in various areas.
Study the past to understand the present.
Providing UFV access & services in the Hope area: Oreg, Student Campus Card, Library, Bookstore, Assessment services, Counselling, Blackboard support, Continuing Education, Upgrading & University Preparation, room rentals, SD78 Transitions program
The Indigenous Student Centre promotes and supports Aboriginal student success throughout their educational journey.
A club for Indigenous students to connect, talk about First Nations culture, and provide an Indigenous perspective to U.F.V.
International Education is a centralized services hub that provides international student and Study Abroad services along with global engagement opportunities for students, staff, and faculty.
The UFV International Friendship Club offers students the opportunity to meet and socialize with others with background from around the globe through holiday events and engaging activities.