The way most faculty and students interact is often transactional. York College of Pennsylvania is trying to change that.
From the first day on campus to donning their caps and gowns, the past few years have been an adventure for the Class of 2021.
Eric Milne ’93 is no ordinary donor, according to students who have benefitted from his generosity, which supports the York College Community Opportunity Scholarship Program (YCCOSP).
With Earth Day and Arbor Day both happening at the tail end of April, York College is focusing on how our community can interact responsibly with the environment this spring.
April is a great time for writers. Spring is in full swing, with flowers blooming and the world opening up in all kinds of inspiring ways. And at York College of Pennsylvania, members of our vibrant writing community are reflecting on how their skills and passions have grown.
Rachael Finley, Director of Campus Recreation and Cody Seachrist, Assistant Director of Campus Recreation at York College of Pennsylvania, worked to keep students connected and motivated through Recreational sports and workouts.
Ines Ramirez ‘97/MBA ‘07, the Assistant Director of Intercultural Life at York College, was once a Rotary Exchange Student from Ecuador, living in York and attending classes at York College of Pennsylvania. Today, she is host to Adrian Arguello, who also grew up in Ecuador.
In addition to being the traditional day for pranks and jokes, April 1, 2021 also marks the 275th birthday of the very first founder in York College of Pennsylvania’s history. The Reverend John Andrews, the original founder of the York County Academy opened a small classical school that, through a merger and many name changes, became the four-year institution we now know as York College.