Glendon College is York University’s founding campus. Established in 1966, Glendon continues to play a vital role in upholding Canada’s principles of bilingualism and biculturalism in higher education.
Since fall 2021, Glendon has been engaged in a repositioning exercise. As the first assessment of its kind to happen in decades, Faculties, staff, students, alumni and other community members have been engaged in a thoughtful consultation process.
To ensure that students receive a high-quality education that encompasses cross cultural communication in a plurilingual living and learning environment, the revisioning exercise will establish a new strategic direction for Glendon that aligns with the University Academic Plan.
Engaging the Community
Summer Term 2023
At the start of 2023, Principal Fiola began seeking the views of faculty members about revisions to Glendon's administrative academic structure through a survey.
Work begins on harmonizing the new undergraduate degree format, with a target implementation date of fall 2024.
- May 11: A presentation on Glendon repositioning was delivered by the Principal of Glendon to chairs, directors and the Dean’s office in the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies.
- June 30: A penultimate draft proposal for restructuring Glendon’s academic departments was shared by the Principal of Glendon College with faculty.
Fall Term 2023
A final proposal for restructuring Glendon’s academic departments will make its way through collegial governance processes in the Fall and Winter terms.