Student Ombuds Services (SOS) is Bethune's academic student organization that provides free peer academic support services to York students. SOS provides a broad range of services, some targeted at incoming first year students. We understand how difficult the transition to university can be and we are here to help.
We are recruiting!
Fall-Winter 18/19 SOS Coordinators (paid positions) available. SOS Coordinators assist with the day-to-day management of SOS programs. Coordinators are senior peer leaders with an in-depth knowledge of SOS programming. (Job Description)
Apply to be an SOS Coordinator (Deadline noon June 13)
PASS Informal, structured, facilitated study groups
Peer Tutoring Free one-on-one drop-in tutoring
Peer Mentoring is provided to all first-year incoming students in the Faculty of Science. Peer Mentors also provide Advising to all York students, Monday to Friday in BC208.
Class Representatives strengthen ties between professors and students in the classroom and help keep their peers on track by organizing study groups.
Student Ambassadors Successful students who educate prospective students and their parents about science programs at York University and about the benefits of attending York. If you are a Faculty of Science student and want to be a Junior Ambassador apply here.
Junior Fellows Graduate students and alumni SOS Peer Leaders who guide and advise upper-year Bethune College students about their future aspirations
SOS Wednesday Evening Seminars join us EVERY Wednesday evening from 5:30pm to 7:00pm in 320 Bethune College to learn about professional schools, career options, research opportunities on campus, and much more! Bethune College Peer Leaders present seminars, workshops, or open discussions over refreshments every Wednesday.