Computing Facilities Exclusive to EUC Students
For detailed information about computing services at EUC, visit Laboratories and Facilities.
Our Faculty features three computer lab facilities which are available exclusively to the EUC community members. The computer labs (teaching/drop-in) are located on the second floor of the HNES building (HNES 249, 253 and 258). All currently enrolled EUC students may use the computer labs, for free, using their Passport York accounts. EUC computer labs are equipped with digitizers, scanners, CD/DVD burners and a wide variety of software. Students requiring additional storage space should bring in their own removable storage device (e.g. USB flash drive, CD/DVD).
Wild Garden Media Centre
Named in memory of Dian Marino, artist, activist and former Faculty member, the Media Centre is a unique resource for members of the EUC community who are interested in using media arts in their course work, research and learning/teaching practices.
The Centre’s facilities include:
- Digital video and still cameras
- Audio recording tools
- Various accessories
- Digital video editing workstation
Orientation sessions to the Centre’s facilities and a series of workshops related to media production are offered throughout the year. Watch for dates/times online and on bulletin boards.
Various special events such as film/video screenings, seminars and the annual Eco Art & Media Festival are produced/coordinated by the Wild Garden team of students, staff and faculty. For more information, visit 268 HNES or contact the Media Centre Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 416-736-2100 ext. 30533.
Office of Student and Community Relations (OSCR)
The Office of Student Community Relations (OSCR) supports students impacted by critical incidents, facing personal crises or multiple complex issues.
Our mandate is to provide advice, referrals, training, alternate dispute resolution methods, judicial processes (local adjudication, tribunals), critical incident support and student leadership opportunities.
Learn more https://oscr.students.yorku.ca/
Student Accessibility Services
Full- and part-time students with disabilities can get academic accommodation and support, such as assistive technology, interpreting and note-taking, and attendant care. Students attending counselling and development sessions may invite their accessibility counsellor along.
Learn more https://accessibility.students.yorku.ca/
Student Counselling & Development
Offering same-day and short-term support, our registered clinicians help you develop and fulfill your personal potential to get the most from your university experience and manage its challenges. If you have an accessibility counsellor, they are welcome to attend the meeting with you.
Learn more https://counselling.students.yorku.ca/
The Learning Commons
The Learning Commons at York is a collaborative partnership offering an integrated approach to academic support by bringing together key campus learning resources and services for your convenience. Learning Common partners include York Libraries, Learning Skills Services, the Writing Centre, the ESL Open Learning Center, and the Career Centre.
Learn more https://learningcommons.yorku.ca/
The Centre for Human Rights, Equity and Inclusion (REI)
The Centre for Human Rights, Equity and Inclusion (REI) promotes and builds a respectful, equitable, diverse and inclusive university community*. It strives to be a leader in providing accessible, impartial, non-adversarial, and confidential programs and services that uphold human rights, facilitate equitable access to opportunities, and champion diversity and inclusion.
Learn more https://rights.info.yorku.ca/
The Writing Centre
For students who want to enhance their ability to produce effective academic and professional writing. We encourage you to take advantage of the Writing Centre’s support programming. Experts are available to help you with your growth and development as a writer. Utilize the Writing Centre to work on your reading, writing and thinking skills.
Learn more https://www.yorku.ca/laps/writing-centre/
The various libraries at York University offer more than just books – access research assistance, writing support, career counselling, quiet places to study, computing and printing services, and more.
Learn more https://www.library.yorku.ca/web/
The Centre for Sexual Violence Response, Support & Education
Those who have experienced sexual violence can get support, and access services and accommodations. The centre’s mission also includes educating and training the community on sexual violence.
Learn more https://thecentre.yorku.ca/
Centre for Indigenous Student Services
Indigenous students will find a safe community space that offers academic, spiritual, cultural and physical support, including writing and learning skills programs, career counselling, workshops and mentoring.
Learn more https://aboriginal.info.yorku.ca/
Food Support Centre
Find out how to become a member and access the service, which provides free non-perishable food and basic personal items to any York student in need, whether part- or full-time, undergraduate or graduate.
Learn more http://www.yfs.ca/food-support-centre