The inauguration events for President Pamela Gunter-Smith included a ceremony, campus open house and gala concert, as well as the first Spartan Service Day.
An online version of the Graduate Studies Catalog was made available on the website last year.
We are proud to announce the launch of YCP’s official mascot program.
The York College athletic department hosted the Special Olympics for the first time on Saturday, May 11.
York College will honor its 2013 graduates and retiring president George Waldner and his wife at commencement exercises May 18 on the campus mall.
For the fourth year, a team of senior engineering students will represent York College June 7-10.
York College’s Performing Arts Center will be named at a May 2 ceremony in honor of retiring president George Waldner and his wife, Judith.
York College will welcome its graduates back to campus during Spring Alumni Weekend, May 3 – 5.
The Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center and York College have joined together for an evening of retrospection on the 20th anniversary of the arrival.
York College is one of approximately 20 colleges in the nation to host a chapter.
The York College wrestling team will host the “Take Down Cancer” event to benefit a former York College wrestler April 28 in the Grumbacher Sport and Fitness Center.
Local celebrities and athletes will challenge the Harlem Ambassadors March 25 at Grumbacher Sport and Fitness Center.
Author and media critic Jennifer Pozner will take a fierce, funny and in-depth look at how reality TV affects beliefs, behavior, and culture March 25 in the Collegiate Performing Arts Center.
York College will host its inaugural YCP High School Model United Nations Competition April 6.
The College is accepting applications for full-tuition scholarships available to two incoming freshmen beginning in the fall of 2013.
York College students with an idea for a new business had three minutes or less to pitch their concepts to judges during the J.D. Brown Center for Entrepreneurship's second competition.
York College selects Pamela Gunter-Smith, Ph.D., as the fourth president of the College.