For SCLD to achieve its student-focused goals it must communicate effectively and efficiently with students across all mediums. The Media & Communications Team serves to facilitate these communications across all print and digital platforms.
Comprised of a digitally literate group of students, the team functions with a peer-to-peer focus. This means students get to hear and learn directly from fellow students.
Follow us on social media and check out some of our videos below. You'll find all the student life you can handle. Stories, successes, events and activities from orientation to graduation, and everything in between.
Get comfy and watch some of our latest videos:
YORK 101 News - Your Guide to Your First Year at York University
Welcome to the York 101 News Series – everything you need to know about your first year at York University!
Reading Your Answers Episode 3: What Are your Post-Quarantine Plans?
We asked this question on our Instagram Stories, and our student audience answered. Now, we're here to share those answers!
York University YUBelong Inclusion Video
In December 2019, the Centre for Human Rights, Equity and Inclusion (REI) partnered with Student Community and Leadership Development (SCLD) to capture the responses of York University students about the meaning of “belonging” on campus.
How to Get Bank For Your Finances at York
Find out all about scholarships, bursaries, CERB (Canadian Emergency Response Bursary), CESB (Canadian Emergency Student Bursary) and more!
How to Pay Your Tuition & Registration Deposit
We explain how you can pay your tuition and registration deposit, including information for both international and domestic students!
StudentHacksYU - Top 4 Reasons Why You Should Attend a Career Fair
We're spotlighting campus career fairs put on by the York University Career Centre and giving you our top 4 reasons why you should attend one.
This video showcases the beautiful York University Keele campus, or as we like to call it, the YU jungle. 🦁 Explore the exteriors of our campus with us, so that you’re ready to do it yourself when we get back to in-person activities. Learn fun facts about each major building while experiencing the whole campus!