- PFA Professor Andrea DeFelice Receives CUNY Professional Development Fund Award
Performing and Fine Arts Adjunct Assistant Professor Andrea DeFelice receives CUNY Professional Development Fund award in support of her forthcoming artist residency in Iceland.
- Xerox Print Smart Coming to your Area!
Goals of Print Smart
- York Theater Professor Gets Impressive CUNY Recognition in Two Areas of Scholarship
York College professor Timothy Amrhein says “Theater is a multi-faceted art that combines creativity and research to form a foundation of life, learning and understanding.” That being the case, the associate professor and chair of the Department of Performing and Fine Arts, is living proof.
- Associate Professor of Theatre Receives CUNY Diversity Projects Development Fund Award
Department of Performing and Fine Arts Chair and Associate Professor, Timothy J. Amrhein, receives a CUNY Diversity Projects Development Fund Award for his project, "Language and Identity: The Latino Mask".
- Agape Holiday Outreach
Greater Bethel Community Development Corporation
- "Die-in"Demonstration against the Grand Jury Decisions
Members of the York College Community Please join us in the “Die-in” Demonstration against the Grand Jury Decisions of Eric Gardner and Michael Brown
- Happy Birthday, Basie!
The York College Big Band salutes southeast Queens resident Count Basie for his 110th birthday! Selections include "April in Paris," "One O'Clock Jump," "Shiny Stockings," "Simone," and other classics. Admission is free and open to the public.
- York Makes List at # 1 for Graduating Students with Lowest Debt
Based on a study conducted by The Institute for College Access & Success (TICAS), NerdScholar, a scholarship information organization and website, recently listed York College as the “US College with the lowest student debt in 2013” at $2, 271.
- Teach for America
York College Theatre presents the New York premier of TEACH FOR AMERICA, a new play by Rob Ackerman
- Teach for America
York College Theatre presents the New York premier of Teach for America, a new play by Rob Ackerman