Tag: residence

Posted by Sunera on September 5, 2014

Check your courses Speaking from experience: I hated mathematics in high school. (I still don’t love it!). By the time I figured out what I wanted to pursue in university, I realized many of the pro ...
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Posted by York & U on August 19, 2014

New Information about Fall Orientation 2014! In our excitement to get you vital information about York’s upcoming Orientation week, we missed a few details. This special issue of the York Future Stu ...
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Posted by Megan on August 19, 2014

Move in day is just a couple weeks away on September 1st. Many of you have probably already started packing so here is a handy list to make sure you’ll have everything you need for the year ahea ...
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Posted by Megan on August 14, 2014

Today’s post is a story I want to share – my own. Before I was at York I was studying Life Sciences at another university and my two first year experiences couldn’t be further apart ...
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Posted by Sunera on August 11, 2014

The average room size of an undergraduate residence is 110 square feet at YorkU. The room comes furnished with a single/twin-sized bed, lamp, desk, chair, dresser, closet and garbage bin. Students do ...
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Posted by Megan on March 31, 2014

Hi Readers! This post is dedicated to all the incoming first years and other students that think they will benefit. I scavenged long and hard for these tips (okay, I just asked my friends) so I hope y ...
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Posted by York & U on March 24, 2014

York’s Spring Open House is Saturday, April 5 from 10am to 2pm. Come out to our Keele campus and discover why more than 8,000 new scholars choose York each year. Join us to: Engage with our camp ...
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Posted by Kira on March 6, 2014

  If you have decided that living in residence is the right choice, then it’s time to look at all of the different residences York University has! There are a number of different styles, lo ...
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Posted by Sunera on March 3, 2014

University is a new environment. It is like starting a new job or moving to a new country. For students starting York University in May or September, I have taken into consideration my own transition ...
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