- Octavio Brunetti
Octavio is a pianist and arranger who studied classical piano in his home town Rosario, Argentina.
- October Italian Heritage & Culture Month 2011
Dr. Donna M. Chirico, Associate Professor of Psychology and Chair of the Department of Behavioral Sciences at York College, was recently seen on Italics (on CUNY-TV) where a conference at which she spoke was televised.
- Pre-Medical Meeting
A representative from NY College of Osteopathic Medicine will be at York to answer your questions about this alternative to allopathic medical education.
- President Keizs' Statement of Equal Opportunity & Nondiscrimination
York College is committed to Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action in its educational programs and personnel practices.
- President's Letter to the College Community
I am pleased to ask you to join me in welcoming our new Provost/Senior VP of Academic Affairs...
- President's Message For Fall 2012
Welcome to the York College academic year 2012-2013. I trust you had a summer full of recovery and relaxation. We will have opportunities to talk about the many important initiatives that are underway at York, but I wanted to take this time at the beginning of the semester to specifically ask you to make some time to review the results of some of the ongoing projects that were undertaken during the academic year 2011-2012; and to anticipate the ongoing work of some of these important committees during the academic year 2012-2013.
- President's Spring 2009 Message
To the students, faculty and staff of York College, welcome to the spring 2009 semester!
- President’s Spring 2010 Message
As we start a new year, I have taken the opportunity to reflect on a successful fall semester in which we organized into three schools: Arts and Sciences, Business and Information Systems, and Health and Behavioral Sciences.
- Procedure for Handling Student Complaints about Faculty Conduct in Formal Academic Settings
The procedure for handling student complaints about faculty conduct in formal academic settings was adopted by the Board of Trustees effective February 1, 2007. The University and its Colleges view academic freedom as being very important, but at the same time want to recognize their responsibility to
provide students with a procedure for addressing complaints about faculty treatment of students that are not protected by academic freedom.
- Provost Lecture Series - Dr. Xiaodan Zhang
Dept. of Social Sciences, School of Health & Behavioral Sciences
Provost Lecture Series