Make Up Orientation – September 29, 2017
Did you miss Glendon’s International Orientation on September 1, 2017 or the Glendon Orientation Day on September 6?
We have organized a make-up session for you on September 29. This session will introduce you to practical and research-based advice for student success and to important services in our community. Don’t forget to also attend the social mixer from 4 – 6 PM to meet new and international students!
This make-up session is designed specifically for students from outside of Canada, both international and exchange, who did not participate in the September 1st orientation. By participating in this session, you will learn about the mandatory University Health Insurance Plan, international student services at the Glendon and Keele campuses as well as the International Club. We strongly recommend you register for one of the Make-up Glendon Orientations and the New Student Meet & Greet.
This session will take place in YH A201.Register Now »
If you missed Glendon Orientation Day on September 6, 2017, we invite you to a make-up orientation session.
It will introduce you to important services, resources, and people in your community. It features a session with a peer mentor and an all-encompassing presentation.
This session will take place in YH A201.
Register Now »
Meet new Glendon students and international students and get to know your Student Union, Lion’s Den Peer Mentors, the Glendon International Club, and student organizations at the Meet & Greet. Participate in activities, grab a bite to eat, and ask any questions that you may have about starting your studies at Glendon. We look forward to seeing you there!
This session will take place in YH A201.
Your Orientation Experience
Participating in the various orientation programs at Glendon opens the doors to key campus services, resources, and staff that make our community truly one of a kind. There is so much to learn about studying and living in and around our quaint Toronto alcove.
Craft your orientation experience by participating in any or all of the following opportunities.
Remember, Glendon Orientation Day is a mandatory day for all incoming students!
JumpStart is a four-day summer program designed to help you start university on the right foot. Over the course of the week, you’ll discover some tips to adjust to the academic demands of university life, develop techniques for more effective study, and adapt to your new environment.Register Now »
Program ends at the Keele Campus at 8 PM (buses returning to Glendon for 9 PM).
It’s a mandatory day that features the need-to-know information about student life, services and resources on campus and will get you even more excited to start your life as a Glendonite. You’ll meet your Lion’s Den Peer Mentor who will be a guide through your first year and get the ins-and-outs of your program from your professors. We’ll end the day at the Keele Campus for the official York University Welcome Ceremony!
*Registration begins at 12:45 PM, please arrive early!*Register Now »
This orientation is designed specifically for students from outside of Canada, both international and exchange. Learn about the mandatory University Health Insurance Plan, international student services at the Glendon and Keele campuses, Canadian academic and socio-cultural norms, and the International Club.Register Now »
Since parents, guardians, and family are an important support for students throughout their university careers, we offer this session to connect with them and answer their questions. Topics discussed include campus security, orientation, food services, student life, financial aid and OSAP. This session coincides with residence move-in day to allow as many parents as possible to participate.Register for the 10 AM orientation » Register for the 1 PM orientation »
This reception provides an opportunity for members and allies of Glendon’s strong LGBT community to mingle, learn about on-campus LGBT support programs and services, and hear coming-out stories from fellow Glendonites.Find Out More »
This reception provides an opportunity for members of the First Nations, Métis, and Inuit communities to meet with fellow students and staff. This reception is held in collaboration between the Glendon College Student Union and the Calumet College Council.Find Out More »
Frosh Week is your biggest opportunity to get involved on campus, meet new people, visit the Keele Campus, and take part in student-run events, city-wide scavenger hunts, and more.Register Now »
Orientation at Glendon takes place three times per year, for each intake: in September for the fall intake, in January for the winter intake, or in May for the summer intake.