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Association of History Students

The Association of History Students is a Student Union Society association at UFV representing all History students including those pursuing Majors, Extended Minors, Minors, and Certificates.

Biology (BIO)

Take advantage of the most lab-intensive Bachelor of Science with a Biology major in B.C.! Our program prepares students for professions in biology and for graduate and professional schools.

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.

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.

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.

Continuing Education (CE)

UFV Continuing Education (CE) is here to serve you as the leading adult education resource in the Fraser Valley. Gain hands on knowledge to start a career and support yourself while obtaining your degree!

Disability Resource Centre (DRC)

The Disability Resource Centre strives to provide services to students with a disability in a manner that provides fairness to students and allows them to become fully involved in the academic process.

En Route UFV

En Route UFV connects domestic and international students through tourism based off-campus travel to promote cultural awareness, education opportunities, and relationship building.

English Students Association (ESA)

ESA organizes events and activities to bring English students together, including literature readings, writers' circles, book exchanges, and peer mentoring. If you love language and literature, this is the group for you!

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