Why Join SFURA

We welcome SFU Retirees from all three campuses and employee groups (SFUFA, APSA, CUPE, Polyparty and Administrators). Why join? ▪▪ Maintain connections with former colleagues ▪▪ Enjoy social events with other retirees ▪▪ Work with others to promote SFU and higher education in the community ▪▪ Benefit from SFURA monitoring of financial, travel, insurance and other retiree concerns ▪▪ Occasional SFU parking privileges .

Its About You

Volunteer opportunities are available for members of the Association to serve as advisors to, or committee members of the Board and potential future board members. A commemorative record of all deceased SFU retirees is maintained by SFURA in its obituaries page on the In Memoriam pages .

Membership forms can be downloaded from the SFURA web site: Membership Information

We are looking forward to having you join SFURA!

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Contact Us

SFU Retirees Association
AQ 3048
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Drive
Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6
P: +1 778 782 4099
W: sfu.ca/retirees


Provide a link to retired employees, the University and each other - Provide socializing opportunities for members - Act as an ambassador to support the University in the larger community - Encourage members to donate time and resources to University activities - Encourage the University and its employee groups to consider retiree needs - Link with other retiree organizations and seniors organizations, provincially and nationally - Act as a forum for discussion of members’ common interests - Support SFU student scholarships through the SFU Retirees Association 50th Anniversary Endowment Fund


Annual dues: ($30.00) include limited parking at SFU Burnaby, Library and Gym privileges, regular newsletters, and notices and discounts for all events.

You may use PayPal or VISA to pay or renew your SFURA membership, and buy tickets for events

NOTE: The First year of Membership is free

BC Society Act

The SFU Retirees Association is incorporated under the Society Act of British Columbia June 17, 1998 Number: S-38485 and replaced May 14, 2015 by the Societies Act of BC, to come into full force on November 28, 2016.