Hope Centre campus
What can you do at the UFV Hope Centre?
|Michelle Vandepol, Hope Centre Coordinator
- Take Upgrading and University Preparation courses
- Take Continuing Education classes
- Register for any UFV class
- Pay your fees for UFV classes on any campus
- Order and pay for your textbooks
- Write the Composition Placement Test (CPT)
- Use the computer lab if you are a UFV student
- Get help with Blackboard and computer support for UFV online classes
- Get your student campus card
- Write exams for courses from UFV or other institutions
- Buy UFV logo items
- Request a UFV library book or pay or UFV library fines
- Participate in a UFV Co-curricular Record project
- Rent a room for community use
- Learn about the School District 78 Transitions program where high school students take UFV classes for credit and complete high school with a maximum of six university-level courses
We want to hear from you!
Contact us for information about any of our services or to book an appointment.
Mon-Thurs 12-4 pm
Holiday Closure: Dec 22, 2015 - Jan 3, 2016
Hope Centre Coordinator
Office H113, Hope Centre campus
Hope Centre address and directions
Fall 2015 Continuing Education courses
Beginner Sewing: Holiday Theme Project (includes use of sewing machine & materials) Saturday Oct 3 1-4 pm $75 CRN 80259
Write to Win: Business Writing Style Saturday Oct 10 9am - 3pm, $123.44 CRN 80260
The Writer's Weekend (includes meals, accomodations, & workshops) Friday Oct 16 7pm - Sunday Oct 18 2pm. $360. CRN 80102
How to Start a Small Business Saturday Oct 24 9am - 4pm, $110. CRN 80140
Registration for Continuing Education courses is available at 1-888-823-8734 or in person at Hope Centre. Fees listed include tax.
If you would like a Continuing Education Bursary Application, email or stop by Hope Centre and pick one up.
If you have a Hope Centre course request or a course proposal, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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|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 what they refer to as S’olh Temexw (Our Sacred Land); therefore, we express our gratitude and respect for the honour of living and working in this territory.