Graduate Students: Revised Winter 2022 Courses Now Live!

Graduate Students: Revised Winter 2022 Courses Now Live!

The Winter 2022 course schedule is now available on the York Courses website. Check the website to confirm the mode of delivery of courses by referencing the Course Type (LECT, ONLN, REMT, etc.) and Notes/Additional Fees columns.  The majority of courses in the Winter 2022 Term will be offered in person; however, we will continue to provide online learning support and resources



If you are seeking access to campus in January 2022, you must provide proof of vaccination on YU Screen by December 1, 2021. This applies to you if you plan on accessing campus to take in-person classes, study, work, attend events, utilize student services, live on campus, and more. 

Students registered for in-person courses for the Winter 2022 term who do not provide proof of vaccination on YU Screen by December 1, 2021, will be de-enrolled prior to the start of the term.

If you are not planning on accessing campus during the Winter 2022 term, disclose your vaccination status on YU Screen. Disclosure of vaccination status includes unvaccinated, partially vaccinated, fully vaccinated or seeking an exemption from vaccination. 

If you have already disclosed your vaccination status and uploaded proof of full vaccination on YU Screen, no further action is required.  

Those who have been granted an exemption, based on medical or other reasons recognized by the Ontario Human Rights Code, must follow specified COVID-19 testing requirements. Note: submitting an exemption request does not constitute approval of the request. Direct confirmation of approval must be issued by the University. 

We know there are students who reside in a country other than Canada, where they do not have access to a vaccine and are seeking access to campus for the Winter 2022 Term. You will still need to upload your current vaccination status and any proof of vaccination you have (if any) by December 1, 2021. We will send all international students a separate email with more specific information for those who are not yet fully vaccinated, which will also be available on Better Together once it is sent. 

Visit the Better Together website for the latest communication and FAQs


Lucy Fromowitz 
Vice-Provost Students