Congratulations on your offer of admission!
The next steps towards becoming a York Science student are to accept your offer of admission and book your enrolment appointment through MyFile.
In the Faculty of Science, newly admitted students are required to attend an enrolment appointment before enrolling into courses. At the enrolment appointment, you will meet one-on-one with an Academic Advisor. The advisor will work with you to develop a customized course plan and schedule. S/he will learn more about you, and taking into account your academic performance to date and your future career goals, will make recommendations about what courses to take in first year, any remedial course requirements, how to balance your course load, course sequencing, etc.
From choosing courses that satisfy degree requirements to everything on your path to graduation these pages are your road map for meeting degree requirements and to enriching your degree.
This section is designed to provide current students with information about the wide variety of support services available on campus.
Important information for new students in the Faculty of Science.
Science Academic Services (SAS) is the undergraduate advising office for all Science students at York. The SAS team deals with enrolment appointments, degree checklists, academic petitions, and can help you navigate your academic journey.
Getting involved in co-curricular activities in university is a great way to network and meet new people. Discover the many ways you can get involved on campus as a York Science student.
Learn more about Bethune College, the "home" for Science and Engineering students at York. Bethune offers many academic and social services and resources.
Science Summer Transition Program
Start your first year with confidence by registering for the Science Summer Transition Program! The program will complement your final year of high-school courses while bridging your learning into first year university.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here you can find answers to some frequently asked questions regarding admissions, enrollment and COVID-19.