We offer a variety of facilities, laboratories and workspaces to support your learning and research. Our home buildings, the Health, Nursing and Environmental Studies building and the Ross Building, located on the Keele campus are accessible and available for course work, study spaces and social events.
York University’s Keele Campus is a self-contained campus with over 500 acres of space that includes a mix of natural landscapes and modern facilities, two state of the art TTC subway stations and is home to the largest telescope on a Canadian university campus.
Las Nubes Ecocampus
Las Nubes is a project of the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change at York University and supported by the Fisher Fund for Neotropical Conservation. The Las Nubes EcoCampus supports the protection of the biological, ecological and social values of the Las Nubes Biological Reserve and adjacent area in southern Costa Rica.
Maloca Community Gardens
The Maloca Community Garden is a space for all members of the University community to experience, from growing their own food to holding special outdoor events to enjoying a great setting for sustainable teaching. The garden also supports individuals who lack access to land, are want to build skills and knowledge in gardening, strive to raise awareness of food security or simply want to develop community connections.
With a dedication to a sustainable future and a strong belief in the transformative power of arts, EcoArts is an environmental initiative where art is a catalyst for ecological change. In order to do so, we proudly provide gallery spaces at the Health, Nursing and Environmental Studies Building, York University, where creativity and sustainable visions intersect.