The University is open. Acting in the interests of our students, all classes that can continue will continue. Libraries, cafeterias, residences, student services, administrative offices and other university facilities will remain open. Some classes, labs and tutorials may have to be temporarily suspended. We will work to accommodate and support any students whose studies are interrupted. To check the status of your courses, please go to my.yorku.ca.
For information about the labour disruption, please visit labour.yorku.ca. The frequently asked questions section provides the most up-to-date and accurate information.
Hello and welcome!
Hello and welcome to everyone at York — and thank you for stopping by the virtual home of the Division of Students. It’s an intense, busy time of year on our campuses. Mid-semester, everyone seems particularly focused: assignments are due, exam preparation is in full swing, the year and everything we want to accomplish in it are slowly winding their way to an end.
In these moments of heightened intensity and — yes — stress, it is important to keep perspective and to remind ourselves of the resources we have at our disposal to help us manage. When the going gets tough, look around you at your support network: your friends and university peers, your family — and also the wider York University community. York, with its more than 60,000 students, faculty and staff from more than a hundred countries, offers a richness and diversity of support services. Our campuses are bustling with possible connections. Whether you could do with some academic help, would like some assistance in dealing with stress or time-management challenges or just need a place to let off some steam (think athletics or other student clubs), you’re not alone.
When we say at the Division of Students that we’re “Partners in Student Success,” we really mean it, and we define success broadly: your academic self, your personal self, your professional self. We’ve got your back. Never hesitate to reach out to us if you need help or think we could be doing better.
Keep calm, good luck and see you around campus.
Connecting with students who might benefit from Student Accessibility Services
Posted by Lauren Sutherland on February 13, 2018, 9:05 am
Today’s blog post features a guest contribution from Teaching Commons @ York by Raymond Peart, ASD Coordinator at York University. York University is committed to providing the student community with an accessible learning environment and offers innovative programs and services to help all students achieve their academic goals. York University is proud to support the new Strengthening Transitions for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders initiative that supports students with ASD (in[...]