Our Campuses

York University is a network of campuses offering a range of opportunities to immerse yourself in the diverse experiences and perspectives that are shaping our world. Campus facilities offer students, faculty, and the community at large multiple opportunities to engage and benefit from the innovative research and programming in a fluid and flexible manner. Extensive collaboration and mobility between the campuses creates an integrated, dynamic York community.

With three core campuses and a series of satellite locations both within Ontario and abroad, York University is facilitating and creating positive change on a large scale.

As a York University student, you'll join a diverse community that will welcome your perspective and expand your point of view. You'll add your voice and ideas to lively classroom discussions and work to tackle today’s most pressing and complex challenges. Most importantly, you'll become part of a community that is committed to creating positive change. Together, we are making things right for our communities, our planet and our future.

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Three Toronto-area Campuses

Glendon Campus

Located in the dynamic, urban landscape of midtown Toronto, Glendon offers an intimate and welcoming environment on its picturesque, ivy-lined campus. With a focus on bilingual and trilingual programming, Glendon reflects Canada’s cultural diversity while offering a window into the rest of the world. Small classes combined with flexible learning paths provide a uniquely community-driven university experience. Being part of a thriving international network makes Glendon a rewarding experience for those looking for a warm campus environment with large-scale impact.

Through experience, academics, research, and scholarship, Glendon is a champion of the powerful connections that lead to positive change.

Programs available at Glendon Campus

Keele Campus

Keele Campus offers a vibrant and welcoming, large-scale campus experience for over 52,000 students, as well as faculty, staff, partners and the surrounding community. United by a shared ambition to promote and work towards positive change, our campus provides a unique opportunity to engage with diverse cultures and perspectives. As a thriving community hub, the Keele Campus experience is enhanced by its proximity and access to economic and cultural centres throughout the GTA and surrounding communities.

With ten unique Faculties, a range of purposeful cutting-edge research and innovation opportunities and state-of-the-art academic, arts, technology, and athletic facilities, Keele Campus is a meeting place for a network of micro-communities. This campus offers unparalleled opportunities and experiences to curate your own education, scholarship, personal growth and contribution to positive action.

Programs available at Keele Campus

Markham Campus

Markham Campus will embed York University in the heart of one of the most diverse and dynamic urban communities in the province and country. Reflecting the local economy, academic programs and research will revolve around the core themes of technology and entrepreneurship and how they are driving innovation across all areas of knowledge and society.

Challenging the traditions of what a university campus can offer, Markham Campus will act as a unique meeting place for students to interact directly with employers, start-up companies, and community partners from across the region.

Markham Campus’s structure will be designed to facilitate flexible movement and collaboration between practices and Faculties. This fluidity works to promote unexpected connections between the many individuals that access our campus and work together to create positive change.

Programs available at Markham Campus

Additional Campuses and Locations

Las Nubes EcoCampus

Located in the Alexander Skutch Biological Corridor in Southern Costa Rica, the Las Nubes EcoCampus sits on 414 acres of land that include the Lillian Meighen Wright Centre landmark building, the Casita Azul community library, and several conservation areas, including the Las Nubes Biological Reserve.

Hyderabad Campus

Located in Hyderabad, India, the high-tech centre, which features a videoconferencing link to Schulich’s Toronto campus, is part of a recent twinning arrangement with GMR School of Business.

Osgoode Professional Development Centre

Right at Yonge and Dundas, Osgoode Professional Development is a world leader in law school life-long learning for lawyers, paralegals, professionals, firms and organizations.

TD Community Engagement Centre

Housed in the York Gate Mall, the TD CEC strives for academic innovation through community building and experiential learning, post-secondary attainment for the Black Creek Community, and fosters collaborative research and partnerships.

YSpace Markham

Located in Markham, YSpace is York University’s newest community innovation hub that supports high potential innovators to create a thriving and robust pipeline of talent. 

LA&PS IBM Learning Space

Third and fourth-year School of Administrative Studies students in York’s Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies (LAPS) are now able to take their Bachelor of Commerce courses at IBM Headquarters in Markham.

Miles S. Nadal Management Centre

Located in the heart of the Financial District in the Ernst & Young Tower, this centre offers Schulich School of Business MBA students the chance to complete classes while they work.

York University is the first Canadian institution to earn the designation of a “Best University for Commuters” for its many sustainable travel options available to the community

Learn more about the designation

Travel to, from, and between campuses with ease

3 Public Transit stations and 8,200+ parking spaces

Shuttle buses between all 3 campuses, free of charge

VanGo Mobility Service to help students with disabilities travel from classes on our Keele campus

24/7 access to bicycles across our Glendon and Keele campuses through 3 Bike share stations

We recognize that many Indigenous Nations have longstanding relationships with the territories upon which York University campuses are located that precede the establishment of York University. York University acknowledges its presence on the traditional territory of many Indigenous Nations. The area known as Tkaronto [Tig-ar-on-toe] has been care taken by the Anishinabek [Nish-na-bek] Nation, the Haudenosaunee [Ho-dee-no-sho-nee] Confederacy, and the Huron-Wendat. It is now home to many First Nation, Inuit and Métis communities. We acknowledge the current treaty holders, the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. This territory is subject of the Dish with One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant, an agreement to peaceably share and care for the Great Lakes region.