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We understand that you may have questions and concerns about how the labour disruption may impact you as a student. The University’s top priority is to continue supporting you and your learning. For information regarding campus access, resources and more, please consult the FAQs page. We also encourage you to access well-being resources available to you.

For the most current information regarding the labour disruption, please visit York’s labour disruption website. Students will be able to find information about the status of their courses on the Course Status website and eClass.

Event: Reclaiming My Body

Join us for an enlightening and empowering discussion as we delve into the depths of reproductive health, shedding light on the silence and lack of research surrounding women and trans women's healthcare. As the creator and co-host of the renowned podcast "That Time of the Month," Beatrice Séguin brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table. This event serves as a safe and welcoming space for individuals to share their stories, concerns, and experiences while fostering a sense of care and community. Celebrate International Women's Day by joining us in this important conversation.

When: March 8, 2024
Where: Zoom
Time: 12 - 1:30 p.m.

To register, please email

View or download the Reclaiming My Body event poster (PDF).

Survivor Support Group

You are not alone.

This is a safe space for students who have been impacted by sexual violence in some way, to feel supported through their healing journey.
If you are looking to find a sense of community, belonging and support, this space is for you.

Sessions will be held in-person on Keele Campus, at 301 York Lanes, and online weekly from Tuesday, January 30, to Tuesday, April 30, 2 to 3 p.m.

Please note that this is a Peer Community Support Group and does not run as a counselling or therapy group.

To register, please email

View or download the Survivor Support Group Poster

Building SAFER SPACES Toolkit

To foster a culture where attitudes and behaviors that perpetuate sexual violence are rejected, survivors are supported, community members are educated and those who commit incidents of sexual violence are held accountable.

We trust in the power of advocacy and education. We believe in diverse and safe accessible services as they are fundamental to social change and empowering survivors. At the Centre, our work is driven by our communities needs. Survivors and all those affected by sexual violence will be provided with compassionate services, dignity, privacy, and respect.

The H.E.R.E model

How We Serve Our Community


Help Survivors have Access to supports Needed


Educate the Community about Sexual Violence


Respond to all forms of sexual violence with Care and Support


Empower Survivors

How We Can Help

What We Do - Supports and Services

Find out how we can support survivors of sexual violence and those who receive disclosures.


Click here to review York University's policy on sexual violence and how you can provide input.

Policy on Sexual Violence / Politique sur la violence sexuelle   

How to File a Report

Review the reporting form and steps to filing a formal complaint.

Sexual Violence Reporting Form

How You Can Help

What You Can Do - How to Respond to a Disclosure 

Review tips and tools on how to respond to survivors of sexual violence.


Online Training Modules

Training Module Step 1: Sexual Violence Response & Awareness (All Community Members)  (use code-CSVRSE)

Training Module Step 2:  Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Violence (Staff & Faculty) 


Click here for further supports and services on and off campus.

How We Can Work Together

Request a Training or Workshop

Let's learn together.


How you can participate.

Learn & Unlearn

Review myths and videos.

Building Community

Active Bystanders

Meet our Active Bystander Facilitators.

Peer Support Group/Male Identified Group

Meet the Peer Support Group and Male Identified Group.

Get Involved

Let's collaborate.

Need Help Right Now?


York Security, URGENT
416-736-5333 or ext. 33333

Student Counselling, Health & Well-being
N110 Bennett Centre for Student Services

Office of Student Community Relations
W128 Bennett Centre for Student Services

York U Mental Health Website

Download the Safety App

Other Numbers

York Security, GENERAL
416-650-8000 or ext. 58000

York Security, TTY
416-736-5470 or ext. 55470


Sherbourne Health Centre - Services for Lesbian, Gay and Trans people
416-324-4100Toronto Rape Crisis Centre Multicultural Women Against Rape
24-hr Crisis Line 416-597-8808

Good2Talk 24-hr Student Crisis Line

Women's College Hospital

Support Services for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse