Campbell Hall York College of PA

Academic Services Division

York College is dedicated to serving the needs of its students by providing a quality learning experience which prepares graduates for productive roles in society. The York community of learners shares the common bond of active participation in the educational, social and service activities of the College. At York, we believe the collegiate experience for students should facilitate both intellectual and personal growth and encourage the development of life long learning skills.


Campbell Hall, Room 237.
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Monday – Thursday

8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 


8:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. 


Contact Us

Phone: 717.815.1493
Fax: 717.849.1683

Academic Advising Center

In the Academic Advising Center, advisors and students work together to attain student educational and life goals. Learn more about the Academic Advising Center.

Career Development Center

The Career Development Center teaches students and alumni the tools and techniques that will help them to be successful in life-long career planning. Learn more about the Career Development Center.

Center for Professional Excellence 

The Center for Professional Excellence helps students to develop the capabilities that will enable them to be effective professionals in whatever career path they choose. Learn more about the Center for Professional Excellence.

Community Education

The Community Education office takes the academic resources of the college, both credit and non-credit, to the workforce. Learn more about Community Education office.

Disability Support Services

York College is dedicated to serving the needs of its students regardless of disability by providing a quality learning experience which will prepare graduates for productive roles in society. Learn more about Disability Support Services.

News and Events

USA Today

Dr. Deborah Ricker, Dean of Academic Services, quoted in an article entitled "Does where you sit in the classroom say a lot about you?" in USA Today College Edition.

The Washington Times

An article entitled "The Preparedness Gap" talks about the recent survey of 401 randomly selected human resource professionals in The Washington Times.