Coming to Campus

Coming to Campus

We are excited to have you on campus! This page is your guide to help your transition back to school. Learn about getting to and finding your way around York, services you can tap into while on campus and important COVID-19 health and safety information.

Check Your Health

Vaccination Requirement

Vaccination Requirement

We recommend familiarizing yourself with the COVID-19 Vaccination Mandate. You are strongly encouraged to keep your vaccination status up to date, including getting COVID-19 boosters, when eligible. Stay tuned for upcoming vaccination clinics on campus.

York has paused its COVID-19 Vaccination Mandate, but don’t forget to keep your vaccination status updated on YU Screen, in case the University needs to reinstate the mandate on short notice.

Monitor your Health

Monitor your Health

Use YU Screen to self-assess and monitor your health. If you are feeling unwell, do not come to campus. Rapid tests remain available at the Keele and Glendon campuses.

Masking

Masking

We encourage you to continue wearing a face mask indoors, especially where physical distancing is not possible. We recommend reading through the masking protocols. N-95 and surgical masks are available for purchase at various locations around campus, including York Lanes, the Life Sciences Building and Central Square.

Learn about Ways to Get to Campus

Find Your Way around Campus

  • Our interactive Keele and Glendon campus maps can you help you find your classes on campus, as well as other facilities and amenities. 
  • Shuttle buses can take you between the Glendon and Keele campuses and around The Village.
  • Bike sharing is a convenient mode of transportation to get around campus in a fun and environmentally friendly manner.
  • We offer a mobility service, VAN Go, to help students with temporary or permanent disabilities travel from building to building on our Keele campus.
  • Finding your way around campus also means learning all the York terminology. Find out what all the York abbreviations and building codes mean.

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