Tag: CDS

Posted by Megan on September 4, 2015

Accommodations What are accommodations? Think of them as helpful stepping stools for students with disabilities. Accommodations can be written standards or physical tools that bridge the gap between s ...
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Posted by York & U on June 10, 2015

In a given month, there are as many events happening at York University as there are days. From workshops on how to transfer academe skills to the workplace, to free lunchtime concerts by York music s ...
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Posted by Megan on December 10, 2014

This post is going to focus on the idea of self-identifying. Check back in January for a post on the various academic accommodations that are available to students who have self-identified, as well a ...
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Posted by Megan on October 30, 2014

One thing that I’ve always loved about York is all the different ways the university offers support for students. This fall, Counselling & Disability Services (CDS) rolled out a bunch of ne ...
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Posted by Megan on August 21, 2014

In no particular order… #1 Us! Want to keep up with campus events, learn about more resources on campus, see some beautiful York photography and more? Check out our blog at yorku.ca/yublog eve ...
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Posted by Megan on April 16, 2014

Good afternoon Readers! Today’s post is all about YOUR mental health and experiencing university. Mental health is one of the, if not the MOST important facet of yourself. We all come from diffe ...
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Posted by Megan on February 24, 2014

So you’ve accepted your offer to York, huh? Congratulations!!! You’ve officially completed the first, and most important, step on your journey to York U. But what comes next? How do you ge ...
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Posted by Megan on February 12, 2014

Hey everyone 🙂 I thought it was about time to have a Part 2 to my original ‘Experiencing York’s CDS‘ post. My first post was very much about the intake appointment and since it ...
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Posted by Kira on December 6, 2013

Learning is a skill unto itself. Think about those people in your classes that everything seems to click. They understand, they can memorize, they can write amazing papers. While it might seem that it ...
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