Getting involved with your program’s club or student association is a great way to connect with peers who share similar interests and career goals. Through events and activities such as guest lectures, seminars, career workshops and social events, you’ll get the chance to network, enrich your studies and meet others working in your chosen field.
The Social Science Student Association is focused on connecting undergraduate students, Master's & Ph.D. candidates, and faculty & alumni to share ideas & information on recent significant social issues.
The Business & Society Student Club is a student run organization catering to students who are part of the Business and Society Program at York.
The Criminology Society at York is a student-run organization committed to enhancing the university experience for Criminology students, or students with an interest in the discipline by hosting both academic and social events.
Our mission is to provide HESO Students and the broader York University community with a better awareness about the ever-expanding field of health.
the International Development Students' Association aims to nurture a supportive community and inclusive culture for students registered in any one of York's International Development Studies degree programs.
The primary goal of Law and Society Students' Association is to create a common sense of belonging to Law and Society students within the larger community of York University.
FUSS represents the students whose major or minor is Urban Studies, as well as people who are interested in this subject. Their goal is to provide academic and social events, including pub nights, study groups and field trips.