To help you succeed academically – and balance your life and course work – we offer a wide range of resources and services. Everything from writing workshops and peer mentorship to wellness support and career guidance is available to fulfill our LA&PS students’ needs. Explore the sections below to access these on-campus resources.
Taking all of your courses remotely is very different from being on campus. It will impact the way you learn, interact, and participate in various extracurricular activities.
Throughout your time at York, resources are available to help you achieve personal, academic and professional success. Browse through our year-specific supports to ensure you're on the right path.
Our free Peer-Assisted Study Sessions, or PASS, are a proven effective strategy for helping you succeed in challenging courses.
Here you’ll find support to help you produce effective academic and professional writing.
The ESL Open Learning Centre offers language support to English as a Second/Additional Language students at York University.
The Multimedia Language Centre features computing labs, study spaces, a sound booth and more. Access photo, video and audio materials to supplement your language studies.
Take advantage of workshops that offer first-hand advice from students and provide resources that help to ease each transition throughout university life. Find information on program enrolment, finances, career development opportunities and more.
Connect with a high-achieving upper-year student, who can help you adjust to university life and find support and resources.
Get the guidance you need to achieve your academic goals with workshops and services that address learning skills such as time management, writing effectively, ways to study and preparing for exams.
The various libraries at York University offer more than just books – access research assistance, writing support, career counselling, quiet places to study, computing and printing services, and more.
You’ll find a range of health-related supports, such as training programs, workshops and peer consulting.
Enabling an accessible campus learning environment, this service ensures students with disabilities have an equal opportunity to succeed.
Those who have experienced sexual violence can get support, and access services and accommodations. The centre’s mission also includes educating and training the community on sexual violence.
Indigenous students will find a safe community space that offers academic, spiritual, cultural and physical support, including writing and learning skills programs, career counselling, workshops and mentoring.
This centre provides accessible, impartial, non-adversarial and confidential programs and services that uphold human rights, enable equitable access to opportunities, and champion diversity and inclusion.
Find out how to become a member and access the service, which provides free non-perishable food and basic personal items to any York student in need, whether part- or full-time, undergraduate or graduate.