The Office of Community Education will offer several courses throughout the spring semester.
The Sustainability and Environmental Studies Program will show the film, which takes a look at the quirky world of urban agriculture, on Jan. 31 in Room 218 of the Humanities Center.
Faculty artist Jeff Stabley will be joined by an all-star group of jazz muisicians Feb. 10 in DeMeester Recital Hall.
The Women’s Business Center Organization will host a talk by Memorial Hospital's President and CEO Sally Dixon Feb. 12 in Alumni Hall.
Check out photos from the Feb. 4 presentation!
A talk examining Silicon Valley as the birthplace of wholly new practices of design will take place March 14 in the Humanities Center, Room 218.
The York College Players will present this suspense-thriller March 20–23 in the Collegiate Performing Arts Center.
Philadelphia Orchestra Concertmaster David Kim will perform March 17 in DeMeester Recital Hall.
Naturalist and author Scott Weidensaul will present “The Ghost with Trembling Wings: Science and the Search for Lost Species” March 13 in DeMeester Recital Hall.
The Humanities Film Series will present a viewing of two episodes from the first season and a discussion Feb. 28 in the Humanities Center, Room 218.
All-American 20th-century music for piano and clarinet will be performed by two faculty artists Feb. 24 in DeMeester Recital Hall.
The Women’s Business Center Organization will host a presentation encouraging women to take charge of their financial future March 12.
Austin Kleon will present his manifesto for creativity in the digital age and newest poetry collections Feb. 21 in DeMeester Recital Hall
Graphic designer Paul Sahre and artist Moe Brooker will serve as jurors for the upcoming exhibition March 12 and 13.
Asteria will present a demonstration and lecture April 4 in DeMeester Recital Hall.
Nearly 60 high school juniors and seniors recently attended York College’s annual Future Teachers Day.
Pianist Greg Maroney will present a concert April 5 in DeMeester Recital Hall.
It’s finally March, which means spring is almost here and many students are quickly being lulled into a complacency that only the middle of the semester can bring.
In one class at York College, it’s okay to clown around.
The York College Women’s Business Center Organization will host a talk by "Auntie Anne" Beiler April 9 in DeMeester Recital Hall.
The Intercultural Student Life and Global Programming office will host two film viewings during April.
The president of Green Hearts Institute for Nature in Childhood will discuss how to help parents restore nature play to their children's lives April 8 in the Welcome Center.
The English and Humanities Department will host the symposium April 6 in the Humanities Center, Room 218.
Glenn Hetrick '95, a judge on the SyFy show, will discuss his career as a special-effects artist March 25 in DeMeester Recital Hall.
Voice faculty will perform cabaret and Broadway favorites April 6 in DeMeester Recital Hall.
Tickets for the talk will be available March 28 and April 1-3 at the Student Activities office in the Iosue Student Union.
For the past five years, James Grim has taught York College students the art of scuba diving.
The annual event on the Main Campus track is open to the community and donations can be made to The American Cancer Society.
Students from eight York County high schools participated in the inaugural conference April 6 at York College.
Check out photos from this fun-filled day!
The LED rope display is on the College's West Campus until the weekend of April 26.
York College will host the event June 15 in the Grumbacher Sport and Fitness Center.
Entrepreneurship students in Professor Jay Azriel's Business Strategy/Policy class spent the spring semester creating business plans.
A week-and-a-half before the culmination of the mechanical engineering senior design capstone project, the Formula SAE ® Michigan competition, the students were faced with an unforeseen challenge.
The York College athletic department placed 153 student-athletes on the 2012-13 Capital Athletic Conference All-Academic team.
Commencement has come and gone, and some recent grads might find themselves looking for a job.
Here are some points of pride for York College during 2012-2013.
Check out a list of courses offered throughout the fall semester by the Community Education office.
Does the home you live in have any historical significance? Special Session students and their prof help a township answer that question.
2013-2014 Cultural Series in mailboxes next week. Check out some of the great events coming to campus this fall!
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