For the most current information regarding the CUPE 3903 labour disruption, please visit York’s labour disruption website. Students will be able to find information about the status of their courses on the Course Status website or via eClass.
We understand that you may have questions and concerns about how this evolving situation may impact you as a student. The University’s top priority is to continue supporting you and your learning. For information regarding campus access, resources and more, please consult our FAQs.
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Our students are equipped with nursing knowledge, skills and values (e.g., integrity, respect, trust) to become practice and health system leaders, change agents, policy-makers, educators and nurse scientists and join others in advocating for health as a human right. Our programs foster rich experiential learning environments and utilize transformative teaching strategies to support the development of reflective and socially responsive future leaders in the profession of nursing. York University School of Nursing is committed to the pursuit of health for all through nursing excellence in nursing practice, research, education, and policy.