This Week @ York for Week of November 19, 2018

Careers Support

Money Matters

  • Financial Literacy month: learn how to repay your OSAP loans, budget, save on interest, and protect yourself from fraud with a Financial Support Peer! Click here to RSVP!

Out & About On Campus

  • Theatre @ York presents rochdale, a new play by David Yee. The show runs until Friday, November 24 in the Joseph G. Green Theatre. Tickets are available online and by phone at 416-736-5888.

  • The York University Jazz Festival runs November 19-22, showcasing rising young talent directed by leading lights of the Canadian jazz scene.

  • Lecture: Canadian Writers in Person. Get up close and personal with Joel Hynes, author of We All Burnt in Our Beds Some Night. Tuesday, November 20, 7 to 10pm, 206 Accolade West Building.

Athletics & Recreation

  • Red & White Meet, hosted by the York Lions Track & Field team, on Thursday and Friday, November 22-23, at the Toronto Track & Field Centre.

  • Friday, November 24, Canlan Ice Sports at 7pm the men’s hockey team will be hosting the University of Toronto Varsity Blues.


  • Learn about the Las Nubes Semester Abroad at York’s Ecocampus in Costa Rica, Wednesday, November 21, 12:30 to 1:30 pm, Room HNES 142, Keele Campus

  • During the 2019 Reading Week, the Faculty of Environmental Studies will offer an intensive “Ecohealth” course at the EcoCampus. Find out more info at their info session, Tuesday, November 20, 10 to 11:30am, HNES 141.

Health & Wellness

International Connections

  • Info session: Government of Canada’s Express Entry Program. Tuesday, November 20, 12:30 to 2:30pm, 280N York Lanes. You must register for this info session.

Worth Repeating

  • Have your say about smoking on campus! Complete the survey and provide your input.

  • Course Withdrawal Period for Term F courses began on Nov. 10 and will run until the last day of fall classes (Tuesday, December 4).

  • York University Student Transit Survey: We encourage you to complete this survey by the York Federation of Students (YFS) in an effort to gather more data around student transit use and explore the possibility of a Universal Transit Pass.