Information About Assessed Grades

April 9, 2018

As a result of the labour disruption, students in most scenarios (there are a few exceptions outlined below) may choose assessed grades, along with other academic remediation options. Students may request to opt for assessed grades by filling out the Assessed Grade form on the “My Courses” section of Please review the following frequently asked Read More

Calling all Glendon leaders: win a FREE TRIP to the Canadian Conference on Student Leadership

October 27, 2017

Glendon Campus is hosting a competition where you will have the chance to attend the CCSL in Vancouver from November 23-25. The Canadian Conference on Student Leadership (CCSL) brings together post-secondary student leaders from across the country and the world to share ideas, become inspired, and leave determined to make a difference on their campuses Read More

Fourth year English Studies student Emily Leahy receives prestigious Killam Fellowship

September 28, 2017

Fourth year English Studies student, Emily Leahy has been awarded with a prestigious Killam Fellowship, an award from Fulbright Canada that will be funding a semester-long exchange to Arizona State University. During her time at Arizona State University, Emily looks forward to acquiring first-hand experience studying in the United States, as her academic interests lie Read More

Town Hall Action Plan Follow-Up and Updates

April 4, 2017

Tuesday, April 4 2017 An important message from: Dr. Donald Ipperciel, Principal Ian Roberge, Associate Principal, Academic  Pascal Arseneau, Assistant Principal, Division of Student Services, Glendon College Patrick Banville, Executive Officer  David Ip Yam, Director, Student Affairs  Brandon Cheong, President, Glendon College Student Union Samina Sami, Executive Director, Community Safety Michael Charles, Executive Director, Centre for Read More

Message and Invitation from Principal Ipperciel

March 22, 2017

Dear Glendon students, I am writing to you today in response to the series of hate-crime messages found on our campus in recent days. There have been six instances in the last two weeks where graffiti with anti-Semitic, anti-black, and bomb threats messages have been found in a bathroom stall located on the main floor Read More

2017 Student Engagement Awards

March 10, 2017

Recognize outstanding Glendonites! Do you know of a student who you’d like to recognize for their contribution to the Glendon community? A student who has demonstrated perseverance, resilience, and/or outstanding leadership skills? A student who is involved in student life or university affairs? Or does your own Glendon spirit shine in everything you do? We’d Read More

The Leadership & Career Summit is here Friday February 10!

February 6, 2017

The Leadership & Career Summit will take place on Friday, February 10, at 1PM in the Centre of Excellence. The Summit offers Glendon students a unique opportunity for new action, inspired thinking, and strategic support for leadership and career development. The day will feature: Breakout Sessions, an Expert Panel, an Employment Fair and a Networking Read More

A new take on peer mentorship: Glendonites poised for success

October 19, 2016

Over the past several years, Glendon’s peer mentorship program has grown to become a key opportunity for connection between new Glendonites with strong upper-year students to acquaint them with the curricula, classrooms, and the campus as a whole. This fall, it’s breaking new ground. During GO-Day, Glendon’s academic orientation day, the incoming class met with Read More

#YUTweetup at Glendon: Red and White Day Celebration

September 26, 2016

Co-hosted by York’s President Mamdouh Shoukri and Glendon’s Principal Donald Ipperciel, this event is a chance to meet with Twitter followers in person and to celebrate York pride and achievement with members of the University community, as well as Glendon’s achievements for our 50th anniversary. Of course, you don’t have to be on Twitter to join us: all Read More