Counseling Center

The Counseling Center at York College advances the missions of the Division of Student Development and the College by providing opportunities for students to define and to actualize their potential toward personal, educational, and career goals through individualized, evidence-based, and culturally sensitive counseling services.

We are here to help

We provide free, confidential personal and educational counseling for a range of concerns that are barriers to students' educational success. 

Common counseling issues

Students come to the counseing center for a variety of concerns.  Some include academic problems, relationship issues, family problems, or difficulties adjusting to college life.


All counseling is held in strict confidence as mandated by law.  Student counseling records are kept separate from other college files.  All identifying information, including the fact that you have visited the Counseling Center, may be released to others only at your written request. Federal and State laws require counseling professionals to report certain situation such as a suspicion of child and elder abuse or a danger to self or to others.


The counseling services at York College are free for eligible students.

Counselor Qualifications

All counselors are licensed mental health professionals.

Making an Appointment

Call (718) 262 - 2272 or visit the Counseling Center, AC 1G03, for an initial appointment.

Eligibility for services

All current York College students are eligible for counseling.  Students are seen at the Counseling Center on a short-term basis. Students who require long-term services will be referred for counseling in the community.

Contact us

Academic Core Building, Room 1G03

Office: 718.262.2272

Fax: 718.262.2364


Spring '16 Semester

  • Monday         9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Tuesday         9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Wednesday    9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Thursday        9:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Friday             9:00 am - 5:00 pm