York University

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This article is about the Canadian university. For the British university, see University of York.
York University
Université York
Motto Tentanda via (Latin)
Motto in English
The way must be tried
Type Public university
Established 1959
Endowment $439 million[1]
Chancellor Gregory Sorbara
President Rhonda Lenton[2]
Administrative staff
Students 52,300
Undergraduates 46,400[3]
Postgraduates 5,900
Location Toronto, Ontario, Canada
43°46′23″N 79°30′13″W / 43.77306°N 79.50361°W / 43.77306; -79.50361Coordinates: 43°46′23″N 79°30′13″W / 43.77306°N 79.50361°W / 43.77306; -79.50361
Campus Urban / suburban,
185 ha (457.14 acres)
Nickname York Lions
Affiliations AUCC, CARL, IAU, COU, U Sports, OUA, CUSID, Fields Institute, Ontario Network of Women in engineering, CBIE, CFS, CUP.
Mascot Lion
Website www.yorku.ca
Logo York University.svg

York University (French: Université York), is a Canadian university located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. York University is Canada's third largest university.[4] It first opened in 1959.

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