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Welcome to our UFV community
Thank you for choosing UFV and for joining our community. That’s right: our community. You’ve chosen a university that prides itself on building communities. Your fellow students tell us time and time again that some of the things they love best about UFV are the community here, the relationships that they build with others, and the feeling that people truly care about them and their future. That’s because we do and we’re so honoured that you chose us.
At UFV, you’ll experience a community intent on expanding your horizons, building your skills, engaging your mind, supporting your needs, providing a civil and safe environment, and helping you achieve whatever it is you want to achieve. Everyone agrees that your learning journey is the most important thing to us. Your education, your goals, your needs, your transformation… those are what matter most. Should you need anything, please reach out. UFV is full of people dedicated to supporting your needs while you’re on this journey.
As a member of our community, we’re looking to you to play your part, too. Help us build. Connect with your classmates, join clubs, mentor others, volunteer, engage in community-based projects and learning, and look for opportunities to connect, build, and grow. Share your ideas for change. Take what you learn back to your communities – both local and global – and become a leader in building safe and inclusive communities. Contribute to the social, cultural, economic, and environmentally-sound development of communities in the Fraser Valley and beyond.
UFV is committed to changing lives and building community. We look forward to witnessing your transformation and welcome you to our community.
Dr. Alisa Webb
Vice President, Students