This Week @ York for Week of December 17, 2018


  • Remediation Reminders:

    1. The deadline to complete work for courses with Deferred Standing is December 21, 2018.
    2. The last date to drop Fall/Winter 2017-2018 full-year or Winter 2018 term courses without academic penalty is January 10, 2019.
    3. The last date to apply for the Tuition Credit Opportunity from dropped Fall/Winter 2017-2018 and Winter 2018 courses is January 16, 2019.


  • IMPORTANT DATES: The exam period runs until Friday, December 21. Find your exam schedule here. The University will be CLOSED from Saturday, December 22 to Wednesday, January 1. The first day of classes is Thursday, January 3.

  • Check the Exam Shuttle Schedule for information on the transportation shuttles operating during the exam period.

York Pride

  • Happy holidays from President Lenton: “The holiday season is an opportunity to spend time with loved ones, reflect on the past year, and look forward to the opportunities ahead. I want to wish you the very best as you study for exams and finish the semester and hope your 2019 is filled with health and happiness.” Please click on this link for a holiday message.

  • Is there a staff member that has gone above and beyond to help you succeed? If you have not already done so, nominate a staff member you know who is making an important impact at York for the President’s 2018 Staff Recognition Awards. Nominations close on Tuesday, January 15, 2019.

Health & Wellness

  • Facility Closure: The Tait Mackenzie Centre will be CLOSED from Saturday, December 22 to Wednesday, January 2.

  • WELLNESS TIP: Break the work down into small, manageable tasks. Shorter, frequent sessions work better than last-minute cramming. Reward yourself when you complete a session or chapter.

  • Improve your password with a new security feature on Passport York.

Careers Support

Worth Repeating

  • 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.