Fall Campus Day is only a week away, on November 8 from 10am to 2:30 pm. It’s a great experience and I definitely encourage all of our readers to attend. That being said… Did you know there are tons of other fun things to do on campus? Coming to campus on a regular day is a great […]

As some of you might have noticed, there has been a recent eruption in news coverage on the topic of the liberal arts. Thankfully, many people are reaching out to support the many values of a liberal arts degree. Kevin Wong, a Canadian student studying at Princeton University, has this to say:   Wong also references a […]

  #1 Speak with representatives from various programs, Faculties, colleges and resources on campus. Many representatives will be students themselves, so this is the perfect time to ask any questions you might have. I recommend checking out one of my old posts for some great questions to ask. Here is a small sample: “What influenced […]

York University’s Fall Career Fair 2014 was held on Tuesday, September 23. The Fair welcomed future and current students to York University’s Keele campus to explore the extensive list of job opportunities available to current York U students and recent grads. It also hosted 50+ companies including CIT Financial Ltd., Air Canada and YMCA among others, looking to […]

As a current Psychology student at York, I love to share my thoughts on my program. Today I thought I’d provide some information on a common dilemma future Psychology students face –  choosing a Bachelor of Science (BSc) or Bachelor of Arts (BA). York’s psychology program has many perks. Our Psychology Department is the largest of it’s kind with […]

It’s All About Flexibility One of the most straight-forward ways that York helps you gain experience while you do your degree can be seen in the general flexibility of completing your program. York offers three starting times, September, January, or May. York also offers flexibility with course times ranging from morning, afternoon, and evening and […]