Whether you're a returning or new student, studying online or in-person, you're welcome to join us for the Fall 2021 YukonU Orientation Day on Friday, September 3, 2021 from 9am to 3pm.
Ensure to check your YukonU email account regularly to stay up to day on important information and exciting opportunities!
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Meet YukonU staff and faculty and learn about the supports and resources available to you this semester:
Get the most out of your university experience by getting involved with orientations, campus activities and events, or starting a club.
Our International Student Advisor is here to support you as you adjust to studying in Canada and living in the Yukon.
Yukon University is proud to share Yukon's rich First Nations cultures through events and activities that connect you to our Elders and Knowledge Keepers.
Whether you need a coffee and snack or if you are looking to buy textbooks and a bus pass, this one-stop shop offers it all.
Safety & Security Services is your front-line contact for security incidents and non-emergency issues.
Enjoy the convenience, comfort, and safety of living just seconds away from classes!
Develop learning skills and strategies to manage the demands of being a student and achieve academic success.
Study in our supportive, welcoming space, and get help with writing, math, computers, and other academic skills in-person or online.
Connect with us to develop learning skills and strategies to manage the demands of being a student and achieve academic success.
The Financial Aid Advisor is here to assist with budgeting and to help direct you to potential sources of funding for your post-secondary education.
We're here for you! Our First Nations Student Advisor supports Indigenous students with all aspects of their educational journey.
YukonU Counselling Services can help you with the demands of student life, promoting wellness, and building skills for lifelong success.