All UFV Fraser Valley campuses and locations are CLOSED today, Tuesday, Janaury 17, due to heavy snowfall and wind. All day and evening classes, and all events are cancelled. For more information about our procedures, visit our severe weather page at www.ufv.ca/About_UFV/severe_weather.htm.
UFV’s Virginia Cooke, who is playing a role in the production of Dead Man’s Cell Phone, was recently featured in an article by the Langley Advance. By Roxanne Hooper Old enough to take retirement seminars seriously, Fort Langley’s Virginia Cooke has no aspirations of growing up to be an actor. But as a university English […]
UFV alumnus Alex McCaulay was recently featured on CBC’s hit reality TV show, Dragon’ Den. This article was featured in The Chilliwack Progress. By Katie Bartel – Chilliwack Progress Watch out Calvin Klein, the owners of Naked have their sights set on you. In just one year of production, the underwear line with Chilliwack origins […]
A UFV alumnus has a vision for Abbotsford’s downtown core that reimagines it with some new and sustainable design concepts. Scott Varga (BA ’11) has entered a contest called Strip Appeal, put on by the University of Alberta, which asks participants to re-invent the standard North-American strip mall. While the winners are being selected […]
The University of the Fraser Valley has renewed its commitment to five of its athletic teams for the 2012/13 year. The men’s and women’s volleyball teams , the men’s and women’s rowing teams, and the men’s golf team will all receive some funding from the university for the next academic and athletic year, which […]
UFV’s Heavy Duty Mechanics program recently took a field trip to Spectra Energy to learn about natural gas, inquire about potential job opportunities and gain some experience in the field. The students rode to Hope in their newly refurbished bus, which was donated by Translink.
UFV students will have the opportunity to study in France, Ireland, Australia and Korea this year thanks to a combination of recently awarded scholarships. This fall, 28 students will be studying in seven different countries. Their international experiences are being made possible by a group of organizations that have provided more than $100,000 in scholarships. […]
What a year! In 2011, the University of the Fraser Valley continued to make significant contributions to the educational, cultural, and economic landscape of our region. This year, UFV: Once again celebrated earning top marks in the Globe and Mail’s Canadian University Report, maintaining our lead as the top public university in British Columbia, and […]