Brought to you by the UFV Chinese Culture Club. If this breakfast is as good as the pancakes they brought to the potluck then you don’t want to miss out!!

In order to refresh our mind and have more energy to work and study, we would like to invite people to come to U-House and taste a traditional Chinese breakfast. We will serve Chinese egg pancakes and Chinese porridge. Breakfast will be served for two Wednesdays (April 6 and 13) from 10am to 11am. Please spread the word – come one come all!


The University of the Fraser Valley Student Life department is hosting an all candidates debate on local issues including education, transportation and environmental sustainability. The Chilliwack-Fraser Canyon community is invited to participate by submitting their questions and attending the UFV Chilliwack Federal Election All Candidates Debate on Tuesday, April 19 at 7:00pm in the Theatre. There will not be an open mic session. Questions should be submitted by Friday, April 15 to desmond.devnich@ufv.ca, by Twitter @UFVstudentlife or by phone at 604-792-0025 x 2509. There will be an index card provided to each attendee for pressing questions to be written on and passed to the moderator. Following the two hour debate, UFV Student Life invites all candidates to mingle with their constituents while refreshments are served.

The University of the Fraser Valley Chilliwack campus is located at 45635 Yale Road.

School’s ALMOST out for the summer! Join UFV Student Life in Chilliwack for our Summertime Hawaiian Mocktails Party, Wednesday, April 13. Feel free to drop by for Martin’s marvelous mocktails, tropical tunes, festive food and much more at Chilliwack Campus Centre between 10 am and 3 pm. PLUS, Wednesday, April 13 is the second part of our Empty Bowls Project drop-in session in Chilliwack. If you make a bowl between 10 am-3 pm on Wednesday, April 6, you can come back during the Summertime Hawaiian Mocktails party to decorate it! For all your information needs email desmond.devnich@ufv.ca

UFV’s Athletics department has joined up with UFV Student Life and UFV Residence (Baker House) and the Abbotsford Heat hockey team to promote the Heat’s final home game as UFV Student Appreciation Night on Tues, April 5 at 7pm. 

All UFV students can purchase a ticket to the Heat’s final home game for $16 with $3 from each ticket sold donated to earthquake and tsunami relief efforts in Japan through the Canadian Red Cross.

To take advantage of this great deal, students can contact Stephen Hopkins at shopkins@abbotsfordheat.com or Nick Biagioni at nbiagioni@abbotsfordheat.com .

Think you’ve got what it takes to be UFV’s Wii sports champion? Join UFV Student Life in Chilliwack for an overnight Wii tournament at Chilliwack Campus Centre, Friday, April 15, starting at 6:00pm. All participants must bring $5 to be able to play, eat and sleep over. There will be snacks, drinks, prizes, couches, multiple Wii systems and big screens for all your gaming needs.

Please register by Thursday, April 14 with desmond.devnich@ufv.ca to participate in UFV Student Life’s Weekend Wii Tournament.

Today’s Vision. Tomorrow’s Reality.
UFV Student Leadership Retreat
May 13-15
Zajac Ranch, Mission B.C


  • Hone your leadership skills
  • Network with your peers
  • And have a really, really good time!

Online registration: coming soon
Registration Deadline: April 22, 2011

Questions/comments, contact: leadership@ufv.ca or 604.504.7441 ext 4179

Tonight, Thursday March 31 from 4-6pm, our Japanese Culture Club is hosting the most amazing community dinner event this Abbotsford U-House has ever seen!

Food from local Japanese restaurants is being donated. There will be Japanese art, music and fashion involved.

All proceeds are going to Canadian Red Cross Japanese disaster relief. UFV Student Life’r Martin Kelly says we could easily raise $1000 on campus today if every student – whether they are attending the dinner event or not – was to bring one simple loonie into U-House.

Reach out to your fellow students. Help make a difference in our campus community and rebuild the beautiful country of Japan.