- Yukon University is a public university located in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. It was established in 2020, making it Canada's first university north of the 60th parallel.
- Prior to becoming a university, the institution was known as Yukon College and offered certificate, diploma, and degree programs in various fields of study.
- Yukon University offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs, including business administration, education, Indigenous governance, environmental and natural resource sciences, and more.
- The university has partnerships with other institutions, including the University of Alberta, the University of British Columbia, and the University of Northern British Columbia, among others.
- Yukon University is committed to sustainability and offers programs and courses that focus on environmental and social responsibility. The university is also a member of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.
- The university's campus is located in downtown Whitehorse, and includes modern classrooms, labs, and other facilities to support students and faculty.
- Yukon University has a strong focus on Indigenous education and offers programs and courses that incorporate Indigenous knowledge and perspectives.
- The university is also home to the Yukon Research Centre, which conducts research on a wide range of topics related to northern Canada, including climate change, resource management, and Indigenous health.
- Yukon University is a member of the University of the Arctic, an international network of universities and colleges that promotes education and research in the Arctic region.
- The university offers a range of student services, including academic advising, career services, counselling, and support for Indigenous students.