YORK UNIVERSITY

York University campus: building with fountain out front.

General statistics

Academic staff who identify as Indigenous Less than 2%

Indigenous languages

Courses offered Other
Ojibway/Anishinaabemowin/Nishnaabemwin
Cree

Mandatory courses

Yes, for certain faculties or programs Faculty of Health (Nursing). Course: HH/NURS 4525 6.0 Health and Healing: Community as Partner (http://nursing.info.yorku.ca/2nd-entry-bachelor-of-science-in-nursing/?target=Courses)



Osgoode Hall Law School (Juris Doctor Program). Course: State and Citizen: Canadian Public and Constitutional Law (http://www.osgoode.yorku.ca/programs/jd-program/first-year/)



Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies (Indigenous Studies) ??? Degree requirements include various mandatory courses (http://indigenous.des.laps.yorku.ca/indig-degree-options/degree-requirements/)

Financial support

Bursaries
Scholarships
Awards/prizes
+ Other

Work/Study positions

Financial guidance

Support through Student Financial Services and Centre for Aboriginal Student Services

Services

Academic counselling
General counselling
Peer-to-peer mentoring
+ Other

Centre for Aboriginal Student Services

Activities

Social or cultural events
Gathering space
Elder engagement
+ Other

Student clubs (e.g. Aboriginal Students Association at York, Osgoode Indigenous Students Association), Cultural Workshops Program offered throughout the year (e.g. Tipi raising, Medicine Wheel teachings, Full Moon ceremonies, drumming, beading) on-site Elder, Feasts (Welcome, end of term/year/graduation) and annual on-campus Pow Wow.