NEW International Students: Starting January 22, 2024, international students studying at the undergraduate level will need a provincial attestation letter as part of their study permit application package. Find out more about this new requirement.
We are currently experiencing a high volume of calls and e-mails (wait times are higher than usual). We thank you for your patience as we answer enquiries as quickly as we can.
For the fastest service at this time, please visit in person on Wednesdays between 10 am - 4 pm.
Notice: Fraudulent text messages have been circulating to students with a link to pay their deposits. Please note that York University does not solicit payments or send payment notices via SMS text messaging. Learn how to protect yourself from frauds and scams, and contact Admissions if you suspect fraudulent activity.
Warning about fraudulent offers of admission and scholarships
York University is aware that fraudulent third parties are misrepresenting themselves as agents, staff, or officers of the University and extending fraudulent offers of admission and scholarships to students. Protect yourself by understanding how York University does and does not communicate with students.
Our team of Student Support & Advising Representatives provide guidance and insight on the following:
- Admission requirements
- Academic upgrade for students who do not meet admission requirements
- Application deadlines
- Documentation required
- Language proficiency requirements