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York College Summer. Catch up, Get Ahead!

Summer Session

Three Great Sessions To Choose From

Summer 2023 Registration begins starting in April. Some of the special attributes of Summer Sessions at York College are varied session options and expanded course offerings. Whether you are already a York student, enrolled at another CUNY campus, or matriculating at a different college or university, you can get closer to graduation by making progress on your degree plan by registering for summer courses

Reasons to register for Summer Sessions at York College

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Fulfill General Education Requirements

Jumpstart achieving your academic goals by taking introductory courses this summer

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Save Money

Take advantage of summer tuition before the Fall increase.

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Smaller Class Sizes

Get personalized instruction and get to know more of your classmates.

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Earn Credits

Shorten the time to graduation by taking extra courses

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Satisfy Prerequisites

Be ready for Fall by getting a prerequisite done in the summer!

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Favorite Professor

Enjoyed a course with a particular professor? Then take their summer course!

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Start Or Finish That Minor

Summer is a great time to progress towards your major and minor!

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Improve Your GPA

Concentrate on a lightened load and earn a grade that will raise your GPA.

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Work & Study

Course offerings throughout the day, evening and online so you can take that summer job and continue to make progress towards graduation.

York offers high academic quality, affordable tuition, and a diverse student body which provides a wonderful opportunity for you to earn transferable credits during the summer. We invite you to be a part of “Summer in the City” at CUNY by registering for one or more classes at York College.

Important Vaccination Message: Students must upload proof of Vaccination to CUNYfirst, under the Vaccination Verification tab immediately. Those who don’t comply will be dropped from any in-person or hybrid courses for which they have registered. However, they may replace dropped courses with fully online classes. If students fail to register for similar courses, their financial aid may be impacted and they may become ineligible for assistance. Students who have registered for fully online courses (synchronous or asynchronous), do not require proof of vaccination.