Start of Term Tips from your First Year Advisor

22 August 2016

by Natasha Kanji, First Year Advisor Welcome to Schulich, Class of 2020! It was a pleasure meeting all of you at your enrolment tours and appointments over the summer. Through my role as First Year Advisor, I had the wonderful opportunity to share my Schulich experience and knowledge with all of you. Being the First [...]

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Schulich BBA and MAcc Graduates Make CPA Honour Roll

12 August 2016

Two Schulich graduates have made the prestigious CFE National Honour Roll after successfully completing the accounting profession’s May 2016 Common Final Examination (CFE). Congratulations to Christopher Chan, BBA 2015 and Nina Mak, iBBA 2015, MAcc 2016! “Schulich is known for its accounting program,” said Nina, who works as an Internal Auditor for WalMart Canada. She [...]

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Exciting Experiential Electives for Winter 2017!

08 August 2016

Complete your course planning for the upcoming academic year: Enrol in these exciting electives to put your  teamwork, consulting, leadership skills and business venture ideas into play! ENTR 4500 3.00 M: Entrepreneurship & Technology Ventures What? This course brings forward the challenges and opportunities facing an entrepreneur creating a technology start-up. Students turn an idea into [...]

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Volunteer for Nuit Blanche 2016

05 August 2016

Nuit Blanche is one of the most popular city-wide art celebrations. The annual event features free access to contemporary art exhibits throughout the city, as neighbourhoods throughout Toronto are transformed into art installations. Nuit Blanche is seeking volunteers for the event on October 1, 2016. Volunteer positions are available to assist artists, projects, and patrons. [...]

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Looking for Non-Business Electives?

25 July 2016

Are you still looking for non-business electives to add to your FW16 schedule? If you have an interest in Public Policy & Administration, you may wish to check out these five courses, all of which have open seats: AP/PPAS 1110 3.00 A – Introduction to Public Administration AP/PPAS 2110 3.00 M – Canadian Government AP/PPAS [...]

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Civic Holiday Weekend Hours

25 July 2016

Dear Schulich Community, Please be advised of the following hours of operation for the Civic Holiday weekend: Saturday, July 30: Schulich Building        OPEN 8:00 am to 1:00 am Computer Lab & Helpdesk    CLOSED Peter F. Bronfman Library    CLOSED Sunday, July 31: Schulich Building        OPEN 8:00am to 1:00am Computer Lab & Helpdesk    CLOSED Peter [...]

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Set Yourself Apart from the Crowd: Bloomberg Market Concepts

20 July 2016

Are you interested in working in the finance industry once you complete your degree at Schulich?  Set yourself apart from the crowd by completing the Bloomberg Market Concepts (BMC) training program at the Bronfman Business Library or at one of the Bloomberg terminals in Room S336! By taking the BMC, you can take your Bloomberg [...]

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Seats Available: Don’t Miss These Electives!

18 July 2016

It’s time to choose your electives for the upcoming academic year! Below are some great choices that still have space. For full course offerings refer to the Schulich Course database. Don’t forget to use the Visual Schedule Builder to conveniently map your electives. Enrol today and finish planning your year! Fall 2016 Electives FINE 3200 [...]

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Clean Out Your Locker by July 31!

14 July 2016

It’s that time again… If you haven’t already done so, it’s time to  clean out your locker if you rented one over the 2015/2016 school year. Lockers must be empty of all contents by July 31. Any contents that are not cleaned out will be taken to the Lost &Found in Office Services. If you have any [...]

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What To Know About the Canada Post Service Disruption

13 July 2016

A labour dispute at Canada Post will affect York University’s ability to send and receive mail through this service.This could include items such as: transcripts letters diplomas OSAP In the event of a Canada Post mail disruption, York University will implement alternative methods of sending and receiving documents that would normally go through the mail [...]

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Important Dates

Sept 5 Labour Day, Frosh Week kick-off
Sept 7 Undergraduate Academic Orientation
Sept 8 Fall Term classes start
Sept 21 Last day to add a course without instructor permission
Sept 10 Fall Term fees due
Sept 10 Residence fees due
Oct 5 Last day to add a course with instructor permission
Oct 10 Thanksgiving, University closed
Oct 27-30  Fall Term reading days, no classes
Nov 11 Last day to drop a course without receiving a grade