- Continuing Education Open House
A new year, a new direction! Join us at our Open House for this exciting event on Saturday.
- 2nd Annual Economic Forum
The Office of Administrative Affairs is hosting an economic event to help you make simple but solid decisions as you continue to navigate through these challenging times.
- Campus Tours
York College Walking Tour(s). Walking tours are led by student ambassadors and cover York's main facilities. While on the walking tour, Student Ambassadors provide general information about York College and its programs.
- Tax Preparation
Vita Tax Preparation Itinerary 2010
- Worried About H1N1? What You Should Do?
Flu refers to illnesses caused by a number of different influenza viruses. Flu can cause a range of symptoms and effects, from mild to lethal. Two strains of flu, seasonal flu and the H1N1 (Swine) flu, are currently circulating in the United States. A third, highly lethal H5N1 (Bird) flu is being closely tracked overseas.
- The NASA SEMAA program
Summer program for elementary students
- Slavery Today: Bondage and Abolition in the 21st Century
Provost Distinguished Scholars Lecture presents Dr. Zoe Trodd – Harvard University Co-sponsored by the Departments of Biology, Social Sciences, History & Philosophy, the African-American Studies Center and York College Auxiliary Enterprises.
- Press Invited to Preview Gallery Honoring Tuskegee Airmen
Come preview the initial phase of the installation of the state-of-the-art exhibit.
- 100% ID Check Campus Notification
Beginning Monday, April 20, all members of the York College community and visitors to the campus will be required to present a picture ID to gain entry to the campus. The 100% ID check will be in effect at the entrances to all buildings. If you are a student, a member of the faculty or staff, a valid York College ID will be required to gain access to the campus.
- Little Shop Of Horrors May 3rd
To close the York College Theatre’s 2009 season, the Theatre discipline is working closely with the Music discipline to mount York’s first full-scale musical, Little Shop Of Horrors.