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Faculty of Science

Student opportunities, information and news

Science Student Centre

  • The Science Centre is available for science students to study, meet and connect with other science students.
  • Building A, Room A367, Abbotsford Campus
  • Open Monday through Friday from 8 am - 5 pm

Math & Stats Centre

Free drop-in Math & Stats support (for Fall 2021, they will be offering both in-person and virtual help to students)

In-person help is available at:

  • Abbotsford campus Math and Stats Centre, G 161

  • Chilliwack campus Math and Stats Centre, A 1204

Student Learning Group (SLG)

Wouldn't it be helpful to meet new people in your classes that you could study with? SLG gives you that opportunity and the sessions are free! The sessions are located right on campus.

Awards, Scholarships & Bursaries

‌As a university, a variety of awards, bursaries and scholarships are available to you. Take the time to research your options and apply to all the opportunities for which you qualify.

For a complete listing of UFV awards, check out our Scholarship, Bursary & Award guide

London International Youth Science Forum

The London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF) is a two week residential student event held at Imperial College London & The Royal Geographical Society, with lecture demonstrations from leading scientists, visits to world class laboratories and universities combined with cultural interaction, with 500 students aged 16-21 years old from 70 countries.

Students can apply directly to LIYSF and pay the cost themselves, however if you are a student enrolled in a science program at UFV, who is academically outstanding and also has great leadership and communication skills why not apply through us and we'll cover the cost! The Faculty of Science sends at least one science student to LIYSF each summer all expenses paid to represent UFV. Find out how you can qualify >

UFV Convocation

Visit their website for current information.

UFV Faculty of Science News

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