4. Apply for residence housing
York's residences are more than places to live. They are vibrant communities where students learn, grow and develop, and make friends that will last a lifetime. More than 4,000 students (1,600 are in first year) live at York in our nine undergraduate residences (seven on Keele campus, two on Glendon). Learn more about Housing at York.
Residence Guarantee — for September (Fall) entry
Residence at our Keele and Glendon campuses is guaranteed to first-year students who meet the housing application deadline on June 1. We will, however, continue to accept applications after the deadline.
Submit your application for residence online through MyFile.
For up-to-the-minute details about on-campus housing and residence living, visit the Housing Web site: studenthousing.info.yorku.ca.
- You can apply for residence as long as you enrol as a full-time undergraduate student.
- Offers of residence will begin early June.
If you are not coming to York directly from a full-time secondary school program, you can also apply for residence. Students who are 21 years of age or older are eligible to apply for York University's apartment housing.
Residence - for January (Winter) entry
There may also be some residence space available for the Winter term. Apply as soon as you can — spaces fill quickly! Contact us by phone 416-736-5152 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for an application.
For more information, visit York's Housing Web site at studenthousing.info.yorku.ca.
Residence - for May (Summer) entry
Residence space is also available for the Summer session. The summer residence application opens March 1, 2014. For more information, visit York's Housing Web site atstudenthousing.info.yorku.ca/summer.
The City of Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area offer many unique and vibrant neighbourhoods. If you are looking for housing off-campus, the Ontario government's Landlord & Tenant Board provides information on residential tenant rights.