York University’s campuses enjoy the vibrancy of Canada’s largest and most exciting city.
Located in the heart of the GTA, our Keele campus is a self-contained campus with over 90 buildings, 40+ restaurants and pubs for any occasion. Our Glendon campus, located mid-town, is Canada’s only bilingual university campus and known for its beautiful gardens and international experience.
We are a welcoming and inclusive community, and a leader in providing collaboration opportunities and tools that set our students up for success from day one.
With more than 300 student clubs and organizations, 13 newspapers, and 36 governing groups at York, you’ll always find interesting things to do and great people to do them with. Get started with YU Connect – an online database that puts all of York’s student organizations at your fingertips.
Our student athletes are among the most decorated in Canada. Over the University’s brief history they’ve earned 33 national titles and 171 provincial banners, including the 2013 Provincial Men’s Soccer Championship, 2014 National Men’s Track & Field Championship and 2014 Provincial Women's Tennis Championship. Cheer the York Lions on the field, court, or rink.
As one of only three universities in Canada to offer a college system, York U puts you at the heart of a small community of students supported by faculty, staff, alumni, community partners and peer mentors. Get to know your college and you’ll find that orientations, social activities and academic events can be much more memorable when you’re surrounded by friends.
Come and join us. We’ve saved you a seat at some of our 1,000+ student-run events, on-campus theatre productions and York Lions games this year. Cheer loudly or just take it all in – whatever you want to do, York has an experience waiting for you.
Together, we’re building a healthy, safe and secure community. We’ve invested in accessible campuses, a comprehensive health and wellness strategy, extensive security measures and state-of-the-art technology focused on safety. Our 20+ community support partners, staff, faculty and students continue to make your health, safety and security a key priority in everything we do at York.
As one of the only bilingual university campuses in Canada, all 2,700 Glendon students — from beginners to immersion grads — finish with a working knowledge of English and French, many picking up a third language along the way. Glendon’s beautiful, park-like campus is set in a scenic mid-town neighbourhood, only moments from the boutiques, restaurants and nightlife of downtown Toronto.
Acknowledgement of Indigenous Peoples and Traditional Territories - York University acknowledges its presence on the traditional territory of many Indigenous Nations. The area known as Tkaronto has been care taken by the Anishinabek Nation, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the Wendat, and the Métis. It is now home to many Indigenous peoples. We acknowledge the current treaty holders and the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. This territory is subject of the Dish With One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant, an agreement to peaceably share and care for the Great Lakes region.