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OT Open House - Session II
Information sessions for prospective Occupational Therapy students
OT Open House - Session I
Information sessions for prospective Occupational Therapy students.
File object code 2014-15 TRiO
You may be wondering why it’s important to be a holistic student, considering it is believed that school is only about academics.
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Fall 2014 De-Registration
Please be informed your fall 2014 courses have been deregistered for non-payment. Students who wish to re-register for available courses must complete the following steps by Wednesday, September 10, 2014:
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Payment of Fall 2014 Tuition & Fees Due 9/3/2014
Please be reminded fall 2014 tuition and fees are due today, Wednesday, September 03, 2014 by 6:30pm. All students must settle their balances by the due date to avoid classes from being de-registered for non-payment.
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Women Overachieving in Academics
TMI w Ajani Brown and special guest Dr. Rodgers - Interview Themes: Fulbright Specialist, International Social Work Experience, Mentoring, Women’s History Month
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Reminder That Students Needn't Stand in Line When They Can Pay Online
As students prepare to register for the summer and fall 2014 semesters, please remind them to regularly check their CUNYfirst accounts and to read their York College email. Also student CUNYfirst accounts provide the most up to date information on student academic and financial records.
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Information Session - NYCDOE Bilingual Pupil Program
Information Session on the NYCDOE Bilingual Pupil Personnel Services Program And Office of Scholarship and Incentive Programs
Announcement Entering and Transfer Students
Please note that during this academic year York College is not offering Merit Scholarships for entering and transfer students at this time. Please do not be discouraged in applying for other scholarships.
Winter and Spring 2013 WI Courses
Students are required to complete three (3) WI courses for graduation, two in the lower-division (100- and 200-level courses) and one in the upper-division (300- and 400-level courses) in the major course design. (Important exceptions include students transferring into York College with credit for all Gen Ed courses and students who have been continuously enrolled since before Fall 2003.)
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