- The Ellington Concert
The York College Gospel Chorus presents the music of Duke Ellington, with special guests. All are invited to attend.
- The Ellington Tribute
The York College Gospel Chorus celebrates the life and legacy of Duke Ellington and honors the Black American Heritage Foundation.
- The Next Barbershop
This months forum topic will be the “Post Inaugural Reactions & Where Do We Go From Here?”
- The Significance of Selma
Black History Month Barbershop - Join us for this very crucial discussion about one of America's most historic events, also known as Bloody Sunday.
- The York College Gospel Chorus sings music from The Color Purple.
Join us for a afternoon of music and drama as we perform selections from The Color Purple, the Broadway musical and motion picture.
- Third Annual Men's Conference
This year's conference theme: "Recapturing the Male Image."
Special guests speakers include: Mr. Antoine Craigwell (2008 Winner of NYABJ), Mr. Alex O. Ellis (Author of Restoring the Male Image), and keynote speaker Minister Abdul Hafeez Muhammad (formerly known as Kevin Muhammad)
- Tie Ceremony
The Beta Chapter of Pi Eta Kappa is sponsoring a mentoring event on Tuesday, October 27th, at 5:00 p.m., in the Atrium.
The Tie Ceremony is a symbolic event between mentor and mentee, where each mentee will be handed a neck tie by their mentor, and will then proceed to tie the neck tie during the ceremony.
- Tie Ceremony
It is our pleasure to host a Tie Ceremony, where each participant will be awarded a tie, as a symbol of our commitment to fully equip the student and the professional they will become. Interested participants are encouraged to stop by the Men's Center and confirm their attendance. Each mentee will be assigned a mentor that will provide assistance in tying a tie.
- TMCF and Wells Fargo Financial Deadline
The Wells Fargo Scholarship provides academic scholarships of $4400 to students attending TMCF member schools with a focus on business or finance majors; although all majors are welcome to apply.
- Town Hall Meeting: Outrage Against Violence
A conversation inspired by of the anniversary of the assassination of Dr. King: join us as we discuss provacative topics such as what can be done about violence within and without our community.