Why You Need Advising
All students in the Children, Childhood & Youth program as majors and minors are invited to take advantage of advising to help them select appropriate courses for their programs and ensure they meet all requirements for graduation.
Students entering the program receiving transfer credits from college or university programs can apply those credits towards “Free Choice Courses” and, in some instances, towards some “General Education” requirements. However, students will not be granted exemptions for the core courses in the program because these reflect the distinctive philosophy of the Program.
To enter, continue in, and graduate from the Children, Childhood & Youth Program, students need an Honours GPA (a weighted average of all York courses of at least a “C+” = 5.0). Students are required to get at least a “B” in each of the first three core courses in the Program (CCY 1999, 2999, and 3999). Core courses need to be taken one at a time and in order. Provided that students have an Honours GPA, they are allowed to repeat a core course once to get the required minimum of a “B.”
Before making an advising appointment, students are encouraged to check their “Degree Progress Report“ to review program and faculty requirements.
How to Meet with an Advisor
For the month of September please visit 103 Central Square (Academic advising office, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies).
CCY Student Academic advisor:
Stefanie Lamonaca Caputo, MPPAL, BA (Hons), BES
Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies
(416) 736-2100 ext. 33762 | *: firstname.lastname@example.org
No appointment is necessary during "Drop-In" sessions.