Tag: new students

Posted by Lauren Dick on May 24, 2018

When you’re navigating a new place, having a map is great, but being able to understand that map is even better. York U’s Keele Campus map offers a lot of great information to new students explori ...
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Posted by York & U on March 1, 2018

If you’re reading this #YUBlog post, you’re probably wondering what happens after you receive an offer of admission from York University. It’s exciting to anticipate the next step in ...
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Posted by Rebecca on May 5, 2016

University is a time for change and development, two things you will undoubtedly undergo once you start your journey at York. If you’re beginning that path in the summer, you’ve definitely taken t ...
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Posted by Jamila on March 18, 2014

Congratulations! You’ve just been admitted to York University and this is a big step for you. There must be a lot of things running through your mind right now. You’re probably thinking ab ...
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Posted by Sunera on November 18, 2013

First Day of York U?…Optimize Your Experience!  By now, I have been pretty involved on campus. One of the first things I did was find on-campus employment, and then joined a club. There are ov ...
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Posted by Sunera on October 16, 2013

Let’s face it, University is a new environment. It’s like starting a new job or moving to a new country. Personally speaking, orientation really put everything into perspective for me. Despite hav ...
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Posted by Kira on May 3, 2013

The school year is coming to a close for university students. And while summertime is an exciting time here on campus, there is a feeling of an ending as April finishes. Some students are graduating, ...
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Posted by Kira on April 23, 2013

O-Week, Frosh Week…all of these are phrases you’ve probably heard, and they all mean the same thing: New Student Orientation! It’s a tradition of pretty much every university to plan a bunch of ...
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Posted by York & U on February 22, 2012

For some students, living at home and commuting to campus is not an option. Flying 3000km a day to get to school just doesn’t seem worth it. For those who don’t live nearby, York offers a range of ...
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