We hope you had as fun and informative of a day as we did. It was great meeting you, answering some of your pressing questions, showing you around our campus and, above all, listening to your stories and thoughts about coming to university.
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And if you couldn’t make it, save the date for Experience York Day on March 11, 2017, when we will open our doors again with exciting campus-wide programming. If you can't wait that long, come see us for a campus tour.
A number of buses from across the GTA take you directly to the Keele campus. Visit the campus maps page for transit information and directions.
A lot of good transformation is happening at York, including subway construction on and around campus, so we look a little messy at first glance, but that's temporary. Visitors coming to the Keele Campus for Fall Campus Day are encouraged to give themselves some extra time and to enter campus via the Pond Road (off Keele Street) or Sentinel Road (off Finch Avenue) entrances.
If you are coming northbound on Keele Street, note that northbound Keele Street is currently closed at Finch Avenue W due to construction. There is a detour around the intersection to get you back onto Keele Street and to York's Pond Road entrance. The alternate northbound detour route is east on Toro Road, north on Tangiers Road and west on the Murray Ross Parkway extension, back onto Keele Street northbound. Finch Avenue West traffic will detour north on Tangiers Road to Murray Ross Parkway to access Keele Street. Southbound traffic is not affected.
Complementary parking is available for Fall Campus Day guests in both the Bennett Centre for Student Services parking garage and in the Pond Road parking lot.
Student volunteers in red jackets, as well as ample signage, will direct you to the Fall Campus Day welcome area in the Accolade East building and to the exciting faculty-hosted events around campus.
York is here to support you throughout your unique University journey. Beyond academic achievement, we strive to enrich your student experience through personal and professional development, as well as ensure your physical and mental well-being.
Career advising, career fairs and networking opportunities to help sharpen our professional edge.
Learning skills workshops, outstanding libraries, academic accommodations and transition programs designed to help you every step of the way.
A vibrant social scene with more than 300 clubs and organizations to enhance student life, and the soft skills you can bring to the table in your future career.