The Career Centre is committed to working with members of the York community to provide targeted career support to students across the York campus. Career Centre offers workshops, special events, and one-on-one career support to all students and new graduates across faculties and from all levels of study.
Counselling and Disabilities Services
York University's Counselling & Disability Services provide a professional and supportive environment in which all York students have equitable access to a range of services that assist in facilitating their academic success.
The Convocation Office website will provide you with all the relevant information about convocation, including how to ensure you are eligible to graduate, how to apply, RSVP and much more to help you to enjoy your convocation day.
Centre for Human Rights
The Centre for Human Rights (CHR) contributes to York University's vision of social justice and accessible education.
Disaster and Emergency Management Masters Program
The Master of Disaster and Emergency Management (MDEM) is the only graduate program of its kind in Ontario and one of only two in Canada. It is designed to meet the critical need for professionals with advanced level knowledge and skills in this exciting and important field.
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Office of the Dean in the Faculty of Graduate Studies provides essential support and facilitation to students, staff and faculty in graduate programs at York, to promote and enhance the quality of graduate education and foster excellence in teaching and research.
Learn @ York
Students are able to receive emails from Professors in the program through registering an account on these forum boards. The program director usually sends updates out to the entire program (MDEM, BDEM) through these boards.
Office of Emergency Preparedness
Under York University’s Emergency Preparedness Policy, the University has developed, implemented, and continuously improves its Emergency Preparedness Program.
Nathanson Centre for the Study of Organized Crime and Corruption
The Jack and Mae Nathanson Centre on Transnational Human Rights, Crime and Security (formerly the Jack and Mae Nathanson Centre for the Study of Organized Crime and Corruption) studies transnational phenomena and normative issues at the intersections of human rights, crime and security. A transnational crime research node continues the former mandate of the Centre.
York Centre for International and Security Studies
The York Consortium on International and Security Studies (YCISS) supports and promotes two event series, an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal, a graduate research award and a graduate diploma in international and security studies.
York University Security
The York University Security website to find important safety information and resources as well as to stay up-to-date about what is happening on campus.
York University Libraries
Be sure to visit York Libraries and discover the array of supports, services, resources and people available to help ensure students continued success during the academic career.
York University Graduate Students Association
Representing over 6,100 full- and part-time graduate students at York University, the York University Graduate Students’ Association (YUGSA) 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.