Due to the ongoing increase in COVID cases across the Yukon driven by the Omicron variant we will extend the duration for offering online classes and services to minimize the number of students and employees on any campus.
Until the end of Friday, January 21, 2022:
- Classes will be taught online where possible.
- Trades/vocational classes, multi-media labs, and community programs will continue with in-person delivery, in accordance with masking requirements and Safe 6 plus 1 precautions.
- Employees should work from home, as approved by unit supervisors as outlined in the trial work from home framework.
As such, please expect Ayamdigut campus in-person services such as the Library, Admissions and Registration, Student Success Division, the Kaff and Campus Store to be limited. Services are available remotely, please check YukonU.ca for contact details.
Students – Please check Moodle and/or ask your instructor if you are uncertain about how to access your program or lab.
Stay up to date
Orientation week activities
Budget 101 workshopJanuary 11 | 12:00 - 1:00pm | Online
Zoom ID: 883 5210 6841
Get set up for success with this workshop covering tips for setting up a budget, managing your finances and planning your semester. Each student that attends will receive a $10 YukonU Campus Store gift card.
Indigenous alumni panelJanuary 12 | 12:00 - 1:00pm | Online
Zoom ID: 869 2192 5343
All are invited to attend a Q&A style panel of Indigenous alumni who iwll answer questions about their time as students, their work experiences in their fields, as well as provide advice and encouragement to current students of YukonU.
YukonU awards, scholarship and bursaries workshopJanuary 13 | 12:00 - 1:00pm | Online
Zoom ID: 827 8572 1292
Come learn about the many funding opportunities at YukonU including awards, scholarships and bursaries that you may be eligible to apply for.
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.