The third largest university in Canada, York University has one of the most mesmerizing campuses. The enormous Keele Campus is home to some of the most photogenic spots that will make you wish you were starting school at YU tomorrow. Here are the 15 most beautiful places in pictures of York University’s Keele Campus.
1. Vari Hall
The main hub at YU, Vari Hall is always bustling.
2. Harry Arthurs Commons
Located right where the bus stops are, the greenery is the first thing you see when you get to campus, totally making your day.
3. Stong Pond
The pond, located right behind Stong College, is one of the best outdoor spots at York. It’s perfect for short walks or even a date.
4. Founders College
Founders is one of the colleges affiliated with the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies. It also houses its very own library called the Nellie Langford Rowell Library.
5. TEL Building
Recently renamed to “Philip Dahdaleh Building,” the building is connected to Seneca College’s York campus and is home to the Faculty of Animation.
6. Steacie Science & Engineering Library
Studying is much more efficient and enjoyable in Steacie Library since its one of the quieter libraries at York.
7. Student Centre
The Student Centre is where a large variety of restaurants are located. It’s also home to many student organizations on the second and third floors.
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8. Campus Walk
Strolling through York’s beautiful Campus Walk means getting to class would always be enjoyable.
9. Bronfman Business Library
The Bronfman Business Library is located at the Schulich School of Business and is tailored to the needs of business students.
10. Bergeron Centre For Engineering Excellence
Just opened in April 2016, the centre has incredible architectural design and overlooks the Strong Pond.
11. Lassonde Building
Located right behind the Ross building, Lassonde building was the main location of the School of Engineering before the Bergeron Centre was built.
12. Vanier College
Vanier College was the second college to come into existence on the Keele Campus. It’s home to The Vandoo, one of York’s student newspapers.
13. York Lanes
York Lanes is YU’s own shopping malls where you can find all your needs, be they groceries, food, or even beauty salons.
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14. Schulich School of Business
York’s Schulich School of Business is one of the most prominent in Canada. In fact, it’s rated #1 by The Economist and Forbes.
15. Scott Library
Scott Library is the biggest and busiest library on campus. You’ll find all YU students huddled there during finals week.
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