York U Better Together Updates
York University is transitioning from the current acute response to COVID-19 to one that takes a broader approach to community health management.
Using AI tools on assignments and academic work – whether it’s for part of the work or its entirety – could be considered as plagiarism or cheating under York University’s Senate Policy on Academic Honesty.
February is Black History month, an important time for us to celebrate the accomplishments, contributions and history of Black faculty, instructors, staff and students, and to acknowledge the positive impact that the Black community has had on York University and society as a whole.
For the immediate future, York is significantly expanding the presence of security personnel, particularly during the evening and night hours.
We strongly recommend wearing masks indoors and during in-person exams to reduce transmission.
Reminder to students about what you can do to stay safe on campus.
In line with easing public health restrictions in Toronto and across the province, York will pause its COVID-19 Vaccination Mandate, masking protocol and daily health screening, effective May 1, 2022.
Find out when and where vaccine clinics will be open for members of the York U community
We are thrilled you will have the opportunity to enjoy an in-person university experience while remaining vigilant that COVID-19 is still with us. Below are some actions we are asking you to take to keep you and everyone safe:
We strongly encourage the York community to continue wearing them to help prevent the transmission of COVID-19.