Map(s) of the Week: University admission: York
|CARLOS OSORIO/TORONTO STAR|
Our series on neighbourhood patterns in university admission continues this week with York.
First, the Keele campus. The first thing I notice here is the overwhelming proportion of students from Vaughan, with secondary pockets in Markham and northwest Toronto. Rates are very low in the Yonge St. corridor and the inverted T shape of the former city of Toronto generally.
Glendon College's map shows neighbourhood patterns very different from York's much larger main campus on Keele. M4P in North Toronto heads the list, followed by M4G (Leaside) and M2H (Hillcrest Village).
Records were obtained under access-to-information laws.