York College has announced the appointment of Chris Monasch as the Interim Director of Athletics, effective August 28th.
The Collaborative Learning Center resumes tutoring on Monday, August 28 !
The Library book drop has been moved from the outside grounds and is now located outside the Library's main entrance on the third floor.
Convocation, a special celebration that ushers in a new academic year, will be held on August 31st.
Forest fires in Canada have caused hazardous air quality conditions that put residents of the northern US, but especially New York City (NYC) residents, at risk for respiratory health effects. A grey haze obscured the sun and can potentially cause a severe episodic air pollution event by the transboundary emissions. This week, on the air quality index (AQI), NYC is ranked as the city with the highest air pollution levels in the world, significantly worse than the most polluted cities in India and China. It is blanketed by smoke and fine particulate matter (PM2.5) that can have a profound impact on human health and restrict outdoor activities.
Statement by President Johnson Eanes on the U.S. Supreme Court Ruling Regarding Race-Conscious Admissions in Higher Education
Today, June 26th, York College broke ground on a new track and field facility, the first and only National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) level track and field in Southeast Queens.