Whether you're considering attending York as a mature or part-time student or you're already enrolled, students often want to make sure they know how to navigate the resources at York and that their academic skills are up-to-date.
There are lots of useful resources for you to take advantage of. The Current Students web page shows a comprehensive list of supports.
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Here are a few of the commonly requested items (extensive lists are linked below):
- Student life,
- Academic resources,
- Money matters,
- Campus services, and
- Your future after York.
When it comes to resources that support your success, York has you covered. A complete list is hosted on the academic resources page, but you may find some of these links especially helpful:
- Learning Skills Services
- Writing Support Centres
- Career Centre
*Career Centre Moodle site with eLearning modules (PPY needed)
*Thinking about grad school
*Cover letter and resumé writing
*What can I do with my degree
- Counselling and Disability Services
- SPARK (Student Papers & Academic Research Kit)
- Learning Commons
Hours of operation and wait times vary by service and location. It is always a good idea to be in touch with the service you're interested in for up-to-date service hours and other general information.
For information on Student Clubs specifically geared towards Mature and Part-time students visit the Mature Student Clubs web page.