Division of Continuing Education
York University, located in Toronto, has eleven faculties, including the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Schulich School of Business, Osgoode Hall Law School, Glendon College, the Faculty of Fine Arts, York-Sheridan Design, the Faculty of Health, the Faculty of Environmental Studies, and 24 research centres.
The Division of Continuing Education (DCE) is a unit of the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies (LA&PS). Full and part-time non-credit courses and certificate programs assist learners in meeting the challenges of the ever changing landscape. York’s courses and programs are delivered by subject-matter experts who are active professionals and leaders in their fields. York’s flexible formats and online options include full and part-time studies, as well as day, evening, weekend, accelerated courses.
York University Academic Advising
This section has a list of contact information for student academic services within each faculty.
York University Counselling Services
Counselling is available to help with personal and academic achievement. Access to self-help resources and groups & workshops is also available.
York University Libraries
Search library resources, or find articles, databases and more in the subject research guides.
York University Aboriginal Services
York provides support, academic advice, counselling, advocacy and referrals to the Aboriginal student population.
York University Counselling & Disability Services
York provides a range of services, including personal counselling, group development workshops, learning skills training, support and academic accommodation for students with learning, mental health, physical, sensory and medical disabilities.
Represents over 52,000 undergraduate students at York University. Offers many services that can make your academic life easier, your social life more sociable, and your political life more active, including a health and dental plan, opportunities to work abroad, a student food bank and discounted tickets for different entertainment venues.
York University Graduate Students' Association
Representing over 6,100 full- and part-time graduate students at York University, the York University Graduate Students’ Association is organized around principles of accessibility, social justice, and equity as it works to improve the learning, teaching, and working environments for all graduate students at York University. Services include interest-free emergency loans, International Student Identity Cards, photocopying and faxing services and more.
York University Peer Tutoring
York offers tutoring in a wide variety of course options, with tutors both on campus and outside of campus.