- MacKrell Southeast Jamaica Scholarship Deadline
One (1) scholarship of $1,000 yearly, with a commitment of three years.
The intent of The MacKrell South Jamaica Scholarship is to assist a second year student who has demonstrated both academic excellence and a strong interest in pursuing a course of study at York College in any of the business areas with the exception of Aviation Management.
- 504 Company Merit Scholarship Deadline
One (1) scholarship of $4,000 a year with a commitment of two years.
The intent of The 504 Company Merit Scholarship is to assist a third year student who has demonstrated both academic excellence and a strong interest in pursuing a course of study at York College in any of the business areas with the exception of Aviation Management.
- JFK Air Cargo Association Scholarship Deadline
In order for students to be eligible, they must:
Have a 3.0 grade point average (GPA) at the time of the scholarship award.
Be classified a Junior with at least 61 credits or Senior, with at least 94 credits.
Be pursuing a BS in Aviation Management.
Submit a complete written application, to be found on the York College website, including one letter of recommendation from the student’s professor.
- The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships For New Americans Deadline
The purpose of The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans is to provide opportunities for continuing generations of able and accomplished New Americans to achieve leadership in their chosen fields.
- Faculty / Staff
More than a dozen full and part time faculty teach in the Accounting and Finance Department. Their specialties include: financial accounting and reporting, fraud examination, financial forensics, professional ethics, finance, federal and local taxes, and auditing.
- Department of Accounting and Finance
The Accounting faculty aims to provide students with sufficient theoretical and practical tools in the area of accounting to prepare them for the Uniform Certified Public Accountancy Examination, careers in public, private or government accounting, or to allow them to continue with graduate studies.
- School of Business and Entrepreneurship Seminar
Everyone is invited to this informative lecture where you may find the enter entrepreneur in you.
- White Collar Fraud
Sam E. Antar, former CPA and former chief financial officer of Crazy Eddie, Inc., the discount electronics chain whose prices were “insaaannneee,” helped mastermind one of the largest securities frauds of its time in the 1980s.
- Entrepreneurship Club
Discussion about Conventional and Non conventional business models and a comparative analysis of the risks and benefits
- Provost Lecture Series - Gerri Chanel
Taxation as a Cause of the French Revolution: Of Kings, Corruption and an Appreciation of Today's Taxes.
Provost Lecture Series