Provides resources that integrate students' academic, personal, experiential, and career ambitions to become fully marketable by strategizing a career map that runs parallel to their academic endeavors.
The office provides support services for students with a documented disability to ensure a “leveled playing field” with equal access to educational and co-curricular programs, and other campus activities.
The Welcome Center is a centralized customer service area for visitors and prospective, current, and returning students. At this location, York student success coordinators can help with navigating the admissions process, clarifying the enrollment steps, understanding financial aid, advisement, and registration.
Location: Academic Core Building, Second Floor, Atrium
In-person: All classes sessions are in-person. There are no online class sessions. The course schedule will indicate the days and times of class sessions; public health and safety guidelines will be in place.
Hybrid: Some class sessions are in-person. Some class sessions are online. Please check the course blackboard site for the specifics of the class session meetings.
HyFlex: The classroom contains HyFlex technology which allows the class to be offered in-person and synchronously online. Please check the course blackboard site for the specifics of in-person class participation.
Online, synchronous: All class sessions are online on specified days at specified times. There are no in-person sessions. Students are expected to participate in class on the scheduled days and times. Assignment submissions and assessments are online via Blackboard.
Online, asynchronous: All class sessions are online. There are no specific days or times. Course learning/interaction takes place online via Blackboard. Activities include but are not limited to online discussion boards, readings, and assignment submissions. Please check the course blackboard site for the specifics of class participation.
CUNY virtual desktop provides remote access to select software applications over the Internet, including ArcGIS Pro, IBM SPSS, SAS, Maplesoft, Mathematica, Matlab, Microsoft Access, and R Studio using just a web browser. Learn more about CUNY Virtual Desktop.
CUNYfirst MyInfo provides students an alternative to CUNYfirst for looking up essential student data such as class schedule, class textbooks and financial aid summary. Learn more about CUNYfirst MyInfo.
Maplesoft is technical computing software for engineers, mathematicians, and scientists to help do quick calculations, develop design sheets, teach fundamental concepts, or produce sophisticated high-fidelity simulation models. Learn more about MapleSoft.