Information for Students — Welcome!
Choice and Flexibility
Be inspired by the almost limitless options. Combine your career interests with your passions and get creative with double-major and major-minor options.
Learn When You Want,
Where You Want
Need late afternoon or evening classes? Part-time studies? Want to study from home? Earn a degree while working full-time? We give you the flexibility to fit any schedule.
Advising and Exploring Options
LA&PS provides the resources to assist you with your academic studies. Advisors are available to discuss programs and career paths. Tools are available to guide you through your academic life at York.
The Centre for Student Success offers a range of workshops and activities to help you achieve your academic and personal goals. Get involved and get connected.
Learn and Grow Here
Get a Jump on First Year
Your first year at York is critical. We're here to help you navigate the transition. Get answers to all your questions about program requirements, enrolment and registration, and how to choose a major that best suits you.
Progress on the Right Path
Customize your degree experience and monitor your academic progress. Learn what resources and services available as you move from orientation to graduation.
Welcome to Your New World
Get all the information, advice, and program support that assists in your initial transition and continued stay at York. There are many options exclusively for International Students including scholarships, advising and events.
Reactivate and Graduate
If you left York without graduating and would like to return to complete your degree program we'll help you get on the road to graduate.
A Quick Start Crash Course
Begin your academic career with confidence. Get information relevant to your specific program and oriented with all the areas on our beautiful campus.
Your college is your community within York. Get access to services, events and support geared toward your specific interests. Grow lifelong friendships and add to your network with a wide range of social, cultural and athletic options.
In today's world of rapid change, innovation, and globalization, the need for continuous, lifelong learning has never been greater. Our part- and full-time, non-credit courses, programs and certificates help you meet the challenges of this ever-changing landscape.
York University is committed to ensuring qualified students with demonstrated financial need have the funds to cover direct educational costs (tuition, books and mandatory course fees) associated with their academic endeavours.
Resources, Tools and Information
Additional resources to assist you in all things York.
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