Student Information During The Labour Disruption
  • Course Drops Review the eligibility requirements, timelines and process of dropping a course as a result of the labour disruption. This information is specifically for Fall/Winter 2017-18 (Y) and Winter 2018 (W) courses dropped between March 5, 2018 and December 31, 2018.
  • Financial Aid Options Explore the financial aid options available to students who have been impacted by the labour disruption. This includes the Tuition Credit Opportunity (TCO) and the Hardship Bursary.
  • Course Status Check the status of the courses that you are currently registered in to confirm whether or not they are running as scheduled.
  • Provisional Grades Provisional grades are temporary grade assignments calculated using your GPA that are subject to verification by your course director or dean’s office. Provisional grades are available to graduating undergraduate students only.
  • Assessed Grade Options Learn about the assessed grade option and how you can access an online tool to indicate your preference for an assessed grade. Information about Assessed Grade Attestation is also available.
  • Labour Updates Receive up-to-date information on the labour disruption. This includes information on transportation, campus services and the bargaining process.
  • Student FAQs Get answers to frequently asked student questions, including information on student accommodation options, support services, residence, and financial aid.
  • Senate Communications Read the official communications from the University Senate Executive committee relating to course status, exam schedules and academic accommodation options.
Academic Progress
  • Degree Progress Report Make sure you are keeping on track with your degree goals by reviewing your Degree Progress Report and contacting your Faculty Advising Office if you have any questions or concerns.
  • Program Change Request If you have thought about changing your program of study, review the types of changes that are possible, the eligibility criteria, and the deadlines for changes to be effective in the Summer or Fall terms.
  • Course Withdrawal
    If you think you need to withdraw from a course and the drop deadline has passed, perhaps course withdrawal is an option for you.
  • Your Student Account Review your Student Account Online Statement each month and keep on top of payments to avoid interest charges.
  • Reporting OSAP Changes Changes in your financial situation and course load can affect your OSAP funding. Make sure you have submitted any necessary OSAP change forms.
  • Plan for After Graduation If this if your last term of study, you should start thinking about OSAP repayment arrangements and learn about all your options.
Thinking of Summer Enrolment?
  • Summer Course Timetable The Summer 2018 term course timetable is now available online. It’s not too early to start thinking about what you might want or need to take.
  • Apply for OSAP The Summer 2018 online OSAP application for continuing students will be available on March 6, 2018. Apply early to ensure you have your funds when your classes start and you avoid interest charges or penalties.
  • Enrol in Courses
    When you’re ready to enrol in summer courses, review the online Enrolment and Registration Guide for deadlines and access to the Registration and Enrolment Module, and use the Visual Schedule Builder to build a schedule that fits with your other summer activities. Summer enrolment begins Tuesday, March 6.
Weather + Transportation
  • Weather emergencies There’s still a bit of winter left to get through. In case of a weather-related suspension of classes or exams, information will be posted on the Weather Status webpage, through social media and through the York Safety App as soon as it is available.
  • Transportation The new YorkU subway stations opened in December 2017! Learn about all the ways to get to the Keele campus and about changes that have occurred with some bus routes.