Watch videos of the speeches, and view a photo gallery from the big day.
York College President George W. Waldner announces retirement effective June 30, 2013.
York College students and alumni gave back in many ways this holiday season.
More than 300 will graduate on Dec. 21; two York Junior College alumni to earn honorary degrees.
York College earned the #10 spot in the large-sized company category.
Several families were invited to attend the annual event, which included games, food and presents.
More than 1,100 students, faculty and staff participated in the 6th annual school spirit event.
The College received a gift from the Graham Foundation to name the program.
Spartans tie for third during the Saturday, Dec. 3 tournament.
They headed to South Africa Dec. 2 to chronicle discussions at the United Nations’ 17th Conference of the Parties.
They attended the annual meeting of the Humanities and Technology Association at Bowie State University with their professor, Dennis Weiss, Ph.D.
The students will exhibit portfolio pieces Dec. 9-20 in the York College Galleries.
The BATTLE BLOOD fundraiser concludes Dec. 3 at the men’s basketball game.
The guide is for anyone dealing with the challenges of cancer treatment and caregiving.
The York College Players will present the Christmas classic Nov. 30- Dec. 2 in the Collegiate Performing Arts Center.
Director Ramin Bahrani will present “Goodbye Solo” and “Plastic Bag” Dec. 1 in the Humanities Center, Room 218.
Faculty member Alicia Kosack will perform works inspired by mythology and folklore Dec. 4 in DeMeester Recital Hall.
Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra concertmaster Odin Rathnam was appointed for January 2012.
York College will host events to celebrate during the week of Nov. 14-20.
Casey Connolly '13, an elementary and special education dual major, was recently appointed to the local network.
Every fall and spring, York College Marine Biology students travel to the Marine Science Consortium in Wallops Island, Va., to investigate the marine environment.
During the Nov. 20 concert, Wayne Romer will be assisted by guest conductor Michael Lippard.
On the heels of their third straight CAC Tournament Championship, the men's soccer team enters the NCAA Tournament this weekend.
The film, which tracks eight people at an important investment bank over a day in 2008, will be shown Nov. 17 in the Humanities Center.
“Fatal Promises,” which tells the stories of five human trafficking victims, will be shown Nov. 15 in DeMeester Recital Hall.
The York College Players will present a production by Clare Booth Luce Nov. 10-12 in the Collegiate Performing Arts Center.
Pianist Greg Maroney will present a concert to benefit York College’s Nurse Managed Centers Nov. 4 in DeMeester Recital Hall.
Jonathan Cresci will present "New Sounds" on Nov. 6. in DeMeester Recital Hall.
The York College Sustainability and Environmental Studies program and Schmidt Library will present the Nov. 10 screening.
Friedrich St. Florian, designer of the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C., will present Nov. 9, in DeMeester Recital Hall.
The honor was presented to SIFE and the City of York at an awards ceremony in Charlotte, N.C.
This "pep rally" event will take place Friday, Oct. 21 in Grumbacher Sport and Fitness Center.
Rebecca Quattrone was recently honored by an international award for the field of Fine Art Mosaics.
Stephanie Johnson '12 participated in a 16-day accredited expedition course through the proposed Balkans Peace Park between Albania, Kosovo and Montenegro.
The first-ever competition for students will take place on Nov. 17, with registration ending Nov. 11.
The play, written in 1993 and centered around the characters of Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso, will open Oct. 25 in the Perko Playpen Theatre.
York College faculty members will discuss the artistic response to 9/11 on Oct. 27.
Derek Sherwood '00 will discuss his book based on the unsolved 1969 murder of a PSU graduate student on Oct. 27.
Graphic design grad Katie Sekelsky ’08 publishes her first book.
Cameron Corrie '15 was one of 150 followers randomly chosen to attend.
On Oct. 11, Lori Burkholder will share her experiences and offer advice on how to be a more effective communicator in today’s virtual world.
Nearly 120 colleges, universities and technical schools will be at the Oct.17 fair in Grumbacher Sport and Fitness Center.
University of Maryland professor Claudia DeMonte featured in Oct. 12 - Nov. 16 exhibition.
The graduate program received a federal grant to support the adult nurse practitioner track throughout the next three years.
Jason Aloisio ’07 was recently featured on nature.com for the rooftop gardens he has grown in New York City without planting a single seed.
A Loyola University of Maryland professor and visiting professor at The Citadel to speak Oct. 6.
Artwork by the late Barry Simons on display beginning Oct. 6.
Nearly 400 students attended the first of five late night campus events for students at the Grumbacher Sport and Fitness Center.
The Sept. 29 event is part of the College’s Langston Lincoln lecture series.
The Sept. 29 lecture is the first in the English and Humanities series, themed “In Memory of…: History, Ritual and Remembrance.”
The event gives our students a chance to look back into the College's great history to see how we evolved into who we are today.
Students will gather Friday for a moment of silence.
York was chosen from about 50 colleges and universities in the region that support blood drives.
Get a sneak peek at the Fall 2011 athletic teams.
This summer Ryan Muzii ’13 interned for the United States Army. He viewed this experience as not only a way to get his foot in the door, but as a way to get hands-on experience with actual engineering work.
York College welcomed more than 1,460 new students to campus on Friday, Aug. 26.
York College celebrated many achievements and milestones during the last academic year.
Students worked collaboratively with elders on an edu-drama.
Mechanical Engineering Students Use Fruit to Test Their Skills
The Center for Professional Excellence has enjoyed significant national media coverage throughout the past month.
William "Evan" Gillespie '12 wrote a paper on report writing as an essential tool to investigators.
Mass communication grad receives purple heart.
A panel discussion in the Film Viewing Room to be led by faculty and an alumnus.
One of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to a survey by The Chronicle of Higher Education.
More than 15 different courses to choose from across a range of disciplines.
Professor and student team up for research.
YCPrep Community Music School will offer instruction in voice, instruments this fall.
Alumna receives national recognition for her inspiring documentary.
Spartans place 173 on academic squad.
Senior electrical engineering major presents at international conference.
College partners with York County Economic Development Corp. to open Eagles Art Center.
Student is blogging about his experience at conference on environmentalism.
Joanne Wilkes will strengthen ties with business community.
Engineering students showcase their abilities at an international competition.
Students competed again this year in the Formula SAE ® Michigan.