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Politique sur la déconnexion du travail

Politique sur la déconnexion du travail

Introduction La santé et le bien-être des employés sont de la plus haute importance. L’Université encourage et aide les membres de son personnel à prioriser leur mieux-être. Se déconnecter du travail est important et aide le personnel à atteindre un équilibre sain et durable entre vie professionnelle et personnelle. Se déconnecter du travail signifie ne […]

Disconnecting from Work Policy

Disconnecting from Work Policy

Introduction The health and wellbeing of employees is of the utmost importance and the University encourages and supports our employees in prioritizing their own well-being. Disconnecting from work is important and helps employees achieve a healthy and sustainable work-life balance. Disconnecting from work means to not engage in work-related communications, including emails, telephone calls, video […]

Academic Forgiveness Policy, Senate

Academic Forgiveness Policy, Senate

Purpose and Principles This Policy establishes the criteria for a range of academic forgiveness measures aimed at supporting students’ completion of their degree program at York through options that balance academic integrity and fairness to students. Provisions include Course Relief, Repeating Passed or Failed Courses for Academic Credit and the Withdrawn from Course (W) Option. […]

Long-term Debt Policy

Long-term Debt Policy

1. Purpose Capital projects and other university priorities require a combination of funding sources including internal reserves, external debt, gifts, future revenue streams, and grants.  Debt is an integral component of the University’s overall capital structure. The purpose of this policy is to ensure that the University has a robust debt management and monitoring review […]

Posters, Policy on

Posters, Policy on

PREAMBLE York University has both the right and responsibility to manage the access to - and the use of - its spaces to maintain and improve the physical environment, promote ecological sustainability, and ensure compliance with University policies, procedures, and regulations, including but not limited to the Statement of Policy on Free Speech. The University […]

COVID-19 Vaccination Mandate

COVID-19 Vaccination Mandate

THIS POLICY HAS BEEN SUSPENDED EFFECTIVE MAY 1, 2022 NOTE - The University has suspended this policy effective May 1, 2022, based on the Government of Ontario, the Chief Medical Officer of Health and Toronto Public Health beginning to lift public health measures in the province and across all sectors commencing in March 2022.  To […]

Approval and Cyclical Review of Programs and Other Curriculum, Policy on

Approval and Cyclical Review of Programs and Other Curriculum, Policy on

Description: This policy has associated procedures. 1. Context and Purposes 1.1 Quality Assurance at York University In 2010 the Council of Ontario Universities [COU] approved protocols for the approval of new programs and other curriculum, and the cyclical review of programs. These protocols are overseen at the provincial level by a Quality Council established by COU. It […]

Human Rights Policy and Procedures

Human Rights Policy and Procedures

1. Purpose 1.1 Whereas York University recognizes the dignity and worth of every member of the York University community (“Community Member”); 1.2 And whereas York University seeks to provide for equal rights and opportunities without discrimination that is contrary to law; 1.3 And whereas York University has as its aim the creation of a climate […]

Credit/No Credit Regulation

Credit/No Credit Regulation

Courses which are offered on an ungraded basis only, and where the failing grade is to count as zero in the grade point average, are designated as Credit/No Credit courses. Comment from CCAS in June 1998: This regulation is intended to clarify the distinction between two very different course grading systems.  Since Pass/Fail are grades […]