To bring together African students and any other students with interest in African affairs at York University and to increase the awareness of the relevant issues concerning the African continent in the York Community and beyond.
The Arab Students' Association (Arabsa) is a student run organization at York. It is a social, educational and humanitarian club. It organizes informative events for Arab and non-Arab students. Our goal is to educate and entertain in a respectful manner.
To give students an awareness of Armenian culture, history and contemporary issues, and to help broaden members’ social circles
ASL @ York is an organization for students who are interested in American Sign Language (ASL) and Deaf culture. We provide opportunities for students of all levels to practice their skills.
This is a social/cultural group for the Assyrian (also known as Chaldeans and Syriacs) students who are interested in taking an active role in the Assyrian community. We aim to share our cultural values and news that impacts the Assyrian people.
It's an organization for raising awareness about Baloch people through cultural and political events and also a place for students to gather together and socialize and understand the region of Balochistan.
We are a group of Bangladeshi students who want to build a united Bangladeshi community at York University.
The Black Women Bridging Borders is a non-profit student-run organization that acts as a representative body on behalf of woman of the African Diaspora who relate themselves to the term “Black” as women at York University.
Tibetan Buddhism study group, follow teachings and practice instructions from renowned scholar Khenpo SoDargye. Activities including meditation, chanting, listening to teachings and social activities.
We are here to demonstrate and promote the Cantonese language, culture and background. We want to provide every student in our group more opportunities to interact and meet others who share the same background and interest.