Center for Community Engagement building in downtown York
Bringing together York College and the Community

Center for Community Engagement

The Center for Community Engagement (CCE) promotes the College's positive relationship with the local community and is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in York County.
What were you wearing?
What were you wearing?
Oct. 5- 27, 2018
3rd Floor, Marketview Arts
This installation asks participants to understand that it’s never about clothing choice and removing those clothes is never enough to bring peace to survivors.
Women’s Rights Are Human Rights
Women's Rights are Human Rights
Oct. 5-27, 2018
1st Floor, Marketview Arts
This sampling of a larger exhibit has been organized and curated by Elizabeth Resnick to complement the What Were You Wearing and #metoo exhibits running concurrently at Marketview Arts.
York Community Arts Scholars Exhibition, Volume 3
Nov. 2-20, 2018
3rd Floor, Marketview Arts
A high--profile juror chooses finalists from the best artwork created by local high school students and selects award winners.
Jessica Jane Julius
Artist-in-Residence: Jessica Jane Julius
Dec. 7, 2018 - Jan. 19, 2019
1st and 3rd Floors, Marketview Arts
Temple Professor Jessica Jane Julius's community-based installation will examine the culture of fear through the lens of visual and performing arts.
York College's Center for Community Engagement to Receive PA Historic Preservation Award
York College’s Center for Community Engagement (CCE), located at 59 East Market Street in Downtown York in the former Lafayette Club, has been transformed to a hub for engagement both for students and residents. The project, led by Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects, has been selected to receive a Construction Award at the 2017 Pennsylvania Historic Preservation Awards.
York College students opening Central Market stand
York College is opening its first downtown retail location in Central Market. “Spartan Central,” a student-run stand developed and executed by Graham Innovation Scholars, will feature spirit items such as apparel, mugs, and a small assortment of college-themed goods.
Contact Us
Center for Community Engagement
Dominic DelliCarpini, Ph.D., Dean
Humanities Center, Room 29
Phone: 717.815.1213
Contact for appt.

Nick McConnell, Director of Operations
Humanities Center, Room 25
Phone: 717.815.2249

Jo-Ann Orcutt, Director of Programming
Humanities Center, Room 200 
Phone: 717.815.1545 


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