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Association of Graduate Students in the Biological Sciences (AGSBS)

The official organization representing graduate students in the Department of Biology at York University.

Criminology Society (CSY)

Welcome to the Criminology Society at York (CSY)! We are a student-run organization committed to enhancing your university experience by hosting academic and social events for Criminology Program Students or students with an interest in the discipline.

Glendon Student Affairs/Affaires étudiantes

Resource for students, student clubs and associations, orientation activities, residence life, and more. Ressource pour étudiants, clubs et associations, vie en résidences, activités d’orientations, et plus.

Graduate Students' Association of Public Policy, Administration and Law (GSAPPAL)

The Graduate Students' Association of Public Policy, Administration and Law (GSAPPAL) is committed to the academic and professional development of all students and to build on shared knowledge of current policy options, opportunities, directions.

HealthAid Network (Course-Based Peer Mentorship Program)

The HealthAid Network is a course-based peer mentorship program within the Faculty of Health at York University.

Learning Disability Services (LDS)

The primary aim of Learning Disability Services (LDS) is to provide confidential support for students identified with learning disabilities (LDs), Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD) or Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) to support their academic experience

Linguistics Student Association @ York (SAYLING)

The Linguistics Student Association at York (SAYLING) is an organization for LING majors and other students interested in linguistics. It is a place that provides students with a welcoming atmosphere, as well as interactive events and projects.

Personal Counselling Services

PCS aims to help students realize, develop and fulfill their personal potential in order to maximally benefit from their university experience. We help students manage the challenges of university life.

RED Zone

York's RED Zone  is a transition/orientation program designed with new students' needs in mind. You'll interact with a highly trained staff of very knowledgeable peers and find the resources and answers to the questions you're looking for all year

Sociology Undergraduate Student Association (SUSA)

SUSA provides students with the knowledge, resources and preparation they need for graduate school, and/or the workforce and helps to provide direction, social connections and support towards students and their academic careers

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