For information on research at York, go to Research & Innovation.
York University has laid out its phased return to campus, which includes a carefully staged and gradual ramping up of research, following the provincial government’s Framework for Reopening our Province and York’s coordination of necessary supports.
Courses with a mandatory in-person component are identified when you enrol and are listed on the Registrar's website.
Graduate Students must submit all required documentation to their Graduate Program Assistant by email. Signatures from supervisory committee members must be collected over email, either through a digital signature on the PDF form or an accompanying email attachment stating “I have read and approved this submission.”
Students who need to renew or amend their ethics protocols should fill out these forms:
- Renewal Request Form—Graduate Student Thesis or Dissertation
- Amendment Request Form—Graduate Student Thesis or Dissertation
Further information including links to relevant forms can be found at: Research Ethics page.
Please note that, subsequent to obtaining ethics approval, prior to commencing any research activities, researchers are advised to review the latest updates on research involving human participants.
Note: Graduate Students are asked to inform the Faculty of Graduate Studies of any delay or hiatus in research by email to the appropriate Graduate Milestones and Progression Coordinator. Required information includes the following: name, student number, graduate program, research ethics certificate number, research stop date, and the expected start date for research to resume. For more information on research ethics submissions, please visit the Office of Research Ethics’ Frequently Asked Questions page.