Graduate students can email petition forms, personal statements and relevant supporting documents to their Graduate Program Assistant. Information and relevant forms can be found at: gradstudies.yorku.ca/current-students/regulations/petitions-appeals/ (Schulich School of Business students and Osgoode Professional Development students should contact their program offices for petitions and appeals procedures).
If you haven’t already done so, you are strongly encouraged to connect with your course instructor(s) first to make other arrangements to complete outstanding work, as a deferred standing and/or petition may not be necessary.
Senate Executive has agreed to waive, until further notice, the requirement for students to submit an "Attending Physician’s Statement" in support of a request for deferred standing or petition. The Faculty of Graduate Studies will be exercising leniency and flexibility in their consideration of petitions, including petition matters not directly related to COVID-19. If you are having trouble collecting digital signatures then an accompanying email attachment stating "I have read and approved this submission" will be accepted.
LEAVE OF ABSENCES
Students are offered the ability to take a second "elective" leave of absence that is COVID-related. If a student who has already been granted an elective LOA, they can apply for another one for this summer for COVID-related reasons. Additionally, students who need to take a COVID-related elective LOA now can still take another one down the line.
Community members are encouraged to contact Wesley Moir, Academic Affairs Officer at email@example.com with any inquiries related to academic honesty proceedings.
Teaching Commons @ York has curated resources and contact information to support course directors in ensuring continuity of courses and to support faculty and students complete the term. Please refer to the Course Continuity page for more information.
Note that FGS is waiving late registration fees for the summer 2020 term.
The Library has numerous online resources to continue to support academic progression in a remote setting. While the physical library remains closed, e-books, journals, and other resources can still be accessed online. York libraries will not collect late fees for overdue books during the closure. For additional information about Library Services and Operations please go to the library website.
York University Bookstore continues to offer services, including receiving and shipping orders online. https://bookstore.yorku.ca/