The YUGSA has created a survey to gauge the priorities of the graduate student body regarding the new grad/faculty pub. The survey will only take a moment of your time and will go a long way towards ensuring graduate student interests are represented.

The results from the 2017-18 YUGSA executive elections have been posted.

YUGSA and its allies issue an open letter to the York Board of Governors: ‘You can prevent a failed search’

The results are in! The YUGSA referendum on investing in a graduate and faculty pub succeeds with 90.6% in favour and 9.4% opposed. Thank you to everyone who voted.

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Welcome to York University Graduate Students' Association (YUGSA). We are the fully autonomous student body that represents full and part-time graduate students registered at all York University campuses. With over 6,100 full- and part-time graduate students, the YUGSA is organized around principles of accessibility, social justice, and equity as it works to improve the learning, teaching, and working environments for all graduate students at the university. The YUGSA is local 84 of the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) which represents students from across Canada on variety of issues. 

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YUGSA Statement on Hate Crimes at Glendon Campus

The YUGSA strongly condemns the bomb threats and anti-Semitic graffiti that have occurred at the Glendon campus over the last two weeks and stands with its Jewish and racialized students against all forms of hate. We are distressed to see an increase in these kinds of incidents in recent months and condemn these hateful acts which undermine the safety of our communities at York. We cannot stress enough the seriousness of these events and urge every student at York to challenge anti-Semitism and all forms of racism in their academic and extracurricular lives.