The online academic calendar is the official source for information about courses and programs of study offered at the University of the Fraser Valley. It is also the main source for information on admission requirements, academic regulations, academic standards, and general University policies for both undergraduate and graduate students. Beginning with the 2021/22 academic year, UFV has returned to the publication of an annual Academic Calendar. The calendar is now published in the spring with regular updates.
The University of the Fraser Valley is situated on the unceded traditional territory of the Stó:lō peoples. The Stó:lō have an intrinsic relationship with S’ólh Tém:éxw (Our Sacred Land); therefore, we express our gratitude and respect for the honour of living and working in this territory.
Using the calendar
Navigate or search the site using the menu on the right, or see the frequently visited areas listed below:
Students are advised to meet with an academic advisor to best understand the pathway to their chosen academic goal. They should also become familiar with the UFV program audit system, MyGRADplan, to track their progress.
For a list of changes to course prerequisites and program entrance requirements that are becoming more restrictive, please see the notice of increased requirements section of the calendar.
Looking for an earlier version of the calendar?
The archived Winter/Summer 2021 calendar is available here. View a listing of all calendar archives here.
By the act of registering for a course or program of studies, each student agrees to adhere to the terms of this notice and the terms, conditions, policies, rules and regulations contained and referenced in the calendar or in other University policies.
This calendar describes the University at the time the calendar was published online or subsequently updated. The University of the Fraser Valley reserves the right, subject to the authority of the Senate and/or Board of Governors, to makes changes it considers necessary, including, but not limited to admission requirements, registration, courses offerings, programs of study, academic standards, tuition and other fees, policies, rules, regulations and codes of behavior. All changes may be made by the University without notice, however, every reasonable effort will be made to provide advance notice to students and prospective students.