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New students at York can take specially designed courses to develop the critical thinking, reading, and writing skills essential for academic success. For arts students, these are known as Foundations Courses and for students in the sciences, they are called First Year University Seminars. Both offer small tutorial classes to encourage contact with professors and classmates.
Students have the support and access of a super Careers and Counselling Office, which assists in career searches, resume writing, interview techniques, and career fairs. Regular workshops and networking breakfasts have students succeeding in their jobs during their time as a student and in securing careers upon graduation.
Badminton (F/M), Ball Hockey (F/M), Basketball (F/M), Bowling (F/M), Broomball (F/M), Cross Country Running (F/M), Dodgeball (F/M), Flag Football (F/M), Golf (F/M), Handball (F/M), Ice Hockey (M), Soccer (F/M), Squash (F/M), Swimming (F/M), Tennis (F), Volleyball (F/M), Water Polo (F/M)
Badminton (F/M), Basketball (F/M), Cross Country Running (F/M), Fencing (F/M), Field Hockey (F), Football (M), Ice Hockey (F/M), Lacrosse (F), Rugby (F), Running (F/M), Soccer (F/M), Swimming (F/M), Tennis (F/M), Volleyball (F/M), Water Polo (F/M)
York's varsity sports teams for men and women compete at the provincial and national university level. If you would like to try out for one of our varsity teams, please call the Sport York Hotline at (416) 736-5183. Students who are not interested in elite level athletics can participate in our recreational sports leagues, which offer 26 different sports ranging from competitive to 'just for fun'. For the fitness enthusiast, we offer aerobics, cross training, and martial arts classes each week.
There are over 250 student clubs at York University covering a wide range of interests including politics, culture and ethnic groups, sports, hobbies, academic areas, and religion.
York offers a wide range of computing and technology services to its students. All York students have access to a wide range of computer facilities including 42 computer labs, and approximately 2,500 work stations and personal computers to help them do their work. In addition, all residence rooms are equipped with high speed Internet access.
Our Computer Assisted Writing Centre is the place to visit if you're taking courses, which focus on the use of computer based writing and communications technology. The Writing Centre's main facility has more than 60 G3s and iMac computers, as well as workstations for scanning and graphics.
The York community is a vibrant multicultural environment with activities and events for all of your interests. The Keele and Glendon campuses have eight art galleries combined, which exhibit professional and student work annually. Each year, hundreds of artistic and cultural events take place at York. Many of these are art and design exhibitions, concerts, recitals, plays, and film and video screenings featuring the work of York fine arts students and faculty. Of the seven colleges at York, each offers a variety of extracurricular social, academic, and cultural activities in which students can participate. As well, over 160 clubs and organizations offer opportunities for students to get involved within the York community.
York's services include the Centre for Race and Ethnic Relations, Counselling and Development Centre, Health and Wellness programs, Learning Disabilities program, Learning Skills workshops, Office for Persons with Disabilities, Legal Aid services, Ontario March of Dimes Independent Living Assistance program, and Women's Centre.
Centre for Applied Sustainability
Centre for Atmospheric Chemistry
Centre for Feminist Research
Centre for German and European Studies
Centre for Health Studies
Centre for International and Security Studies
Centre for Jewish Studies
Centre for Practical Ethics
Centre for Public Law and Public Policy
Centre for Refugee Studies
Centre for Research in Earth and Space Science
Centre for Research in Mass Spectrometry
Centre for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean
Centre for Research on Work and Society
Centre for the Study of Computers in Education
Centre for Vision Research
Institute for Social Research
Joint Centre for Asia Pacific Studies
LaMarsh Centre for Research on Violence and Conflict Resolution
Nathanson Centre for the Study of Organized Crime and Corruption
Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies
York has official exchanges with universities in Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Cuba, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Morocco, the Netherlands, Norway, the Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, Ukraine, the United States, Venezuela, and the West Indies.
Keele Campus information sessions and tours:
- We offer tours Monday to Friday throughout the year.
- We offer campus visit days. For details, please visit the website.
- Please register in advance for tours and campus visit days online at the website (click on ‘Campus Visits’) or call (416) 736-5100.
Glendon Campus information sessions and tours:
- We offer tours in French and English, Monday to Friday throughout the year.
- We offer fall campus days. For details, please visit the website.
- Please register in advance for tours and fall campus days by contacting the Glendon Liaison Office at email@example.com or (416) 487-6710, or register online at the website.
If you can't make it to our campuses in person, you can visit us online at the website. Click on a photo to get 360 degree views of the Keele and Glendon campuses including classrooms, labs, sports facilities, residences, and student centres.