- Schedule of Classes and Timetables
- Course Registration
- Undergraduate and Graduate and Professional Programs Academic Catalogs
- CAPP Degree Evaluation
- Enrollment Verifications
If you wish to enroll at York College as a new, transfer, or readmitted student, you must formally be admitted into a degree program. Our Admissions team can provide further information about the enrollment process or help you to submit an application. New, first-time, transfer, and readmitted Spring 2024 students must pay a deposit and work with an Admissions Counselor to schedule a meeting with Academic Advising to select classes. Students may request an appointment to be scheduled starting Wednesday, November 1st.
Non-matriculated (non-degree) students and students who wish to pursue graduate or professional studies should submit the appropriate application through YCP Admissions. Non-matriculated and Dual-enrolled students will submit course requests upon submission of the application to be registered starting Wednesday, November 1st, or after upon request. Contact an Admissions Counselor for more information.
If you are already a matriculated student at York College and it's time to register for classes, there are a few steps you can take to make the process as simple as possible.
If you need to drop a class, click on the Action box and select Web Drop. Be sure to Submit Changes at the bottom of the page.
During the Add/Drop period, returning students can make changes to their schedule through the MyYCP portal. New students should consult with their advisor before making schedule changes. Students taking summer courses are limited to taking two 3-credit or 4-credit courses, plus one PAW credit during each summer session (excluding the "mini-mester" session, which is limited to one 3- or 4-credit course, plus one PAW credit).
To view the student's schedule of registered classes, select Student Detail Schedule.
While registering for classes using MyYCP, matriculated students may be presented with one or more of the common error codes below.
All Spring 2023 and Fall 2023 newly matriculated students (first-year students, transfers, and readmits) must see their Academic Advisor before registering for classes. Registration will not be permitted until Academic Advisor approval has been issued. Registration is subject to clearance of any account holds.
Current students: This timetable has been developed based on the number of undergraduate credits earned at the end of Summer 2023. Students may register at their appointed time, or any time thereafter. Registering at your appointed time is recommended.
Students who wish to declare or change their major, minor or constellation must complete the Change in Student Record Form.
Once your major has been updated, you may be assigned a new academic advisor in your chosen major.
Several academic majors have restricted access and require a faculty signature to be admitted into the restricted program. A paper version of the Change in Student Record Form must be obtained from the Registrar's Office or Academic Advising Center and provided to the appropriate faculty member for information and/or a signature for program admission.
|Biochemistry||Jessica Fautch||Campbell Hall, 211Afirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Biology||Wendy Boehmler||Appell Life Sciences, email@example.com|
|Cannabinoid Chemistry||Jessica Fautch||Campbell Hall, 211Afirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Civil & Mechanical Engineering||Steve Kuchnicki||Kinsley Engineering, email@example.com|
|Computer & Electrical Engineering||David Babcock||Kinsley Engineering, 117Afirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Computer Science||David Babcock||Kinsley Engineering, 117Aemail@example.com|
|Early Elementary Ed. (PreK-4)||Kimberly Sutton||Appell Life Sciences, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Early Elem/Special Education||Kimberly Sutton||Appell Life Sciences, email@example.com|
|Environmental Science||Jessica Nolan||Naylor Ecological Center, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Rory Kraft||Wolf Hall, 206Aemail@example.com|
|Forensic Chemistry||Gregory Foy||Campbell Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Rory Kraft||Wolf Hall, 206Aemail@example.com|
|Medical Imaging||Elizabeth Shearer||Appell Life Sciences, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Middle Level/K12 Education||Nicole Hesson||Appell Life Sciences, email@example.com|
|Middle Level/Special Education||Kimberly Sutton||Appell Life Sciences, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Music (B.A.)||Rory Kraft||Wolf Hall, 206Aemail@example.com|
|Music (Music Industry & Recording Technology)||Rory Kraft||Wolf Hall, 206Afirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Nursing||Stacy Lutter||Diehl Hall, email@example.com|
|Post-Baccalaureate Certificates (Education)||Kimberly Sutton||Appell Life Sciences, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Premedical Science||Wendy Boehmler||Appell Life Sciences, email@example.com|
|Psychology||Jennifer Engler||Appell Life Sciences, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Radiography/Nuclear Med. Tech.||Elizabeth Hodgson||Appell Life Sciences, email@example.com|
|Respiratory Care||Tony Ruppert||York Hospitalfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Secondary Education||Nicole Hesson||Appell Life Sciences, email@example.com|
|Sport Management||Molly Sauder||Diehl Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Sport Media||Molly Sauder||Diehl Hall, email@example.com|
|Undeclared||Stephanie Perago||Campbell Hall, 200Gfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Independent Study involves a well-defined individual research project, supervised by a faculty member and completed without formal class meetings. These opportunities allow students to gain experience doing research and working closely with faculty mentors within their discipline, all while gaining academic credit for their work. Since such projects involve less formal classroom time than regular courses, effective Independent Study experiences require an increase in student responsibility and initiative throughout the learning process.
Students may download the Application for Independent Study or obtain a paper copy from the Registrar's Office. The form should be completed by the student, including a comprehensive summary describing the nature, objectives, and evaluation format of the desired Independent Study experience. Forms should then be signed by the Department Chair and submitted to the Registrar's Office for entry into the student's schedule.
Independent Study may be completed during the fall or spring semesters, or during Special Session in the summer.
The CAPP (Curriculum, Advising, and Program Planning) system is used to track a student's course work toward their degree requirements. Students and their Academic Advisors use this as a tool to help manage course scheduling and degree planning, while academic departments and the Registrar's Office will use CAPP Degree Evaluations to certify students for graduation from York College.
Matriculated students are able to run CAPP degree evaluations using their MyYCP username and password.
CAPP Degree Evaluation can be accessed by both students and Academic Advisors to review academic progress in your major or any other major offered by York College. The CAPP displays (1) all of the requirements needed to complete your degree, (2) how each course you have registered for and/or completed fulfills each requirement, and (3) which requirements still need to be fulfilled.
You can access your CAPP through the MyYCP portal and YCPWeb. Students are encouraged to run a CAPP Degree Evaluation each semester before they register for the next semester's classes. Keeping a copy of your CAPP on hand is helpful when meeting with your Academic Advisor, as it will indicate both completed coursework and courses that are still outstanding in your curriculum.
*A student's CAPP is divided into the various areas of the major, such as the core curriculum courses, the major requirements, free electives, and any other unique requirements. These requirements can also be viewed in the Academic Catalog.
The CAPP Degree Evaluation includes a function that allows matriculated students to create a "What-If" analysis. This is especially useful for undeclared majors, or for those who are considering changing from one major to another.
Please visit the Faculty CAPP Substitution/Target/Waiver Qualtrics Form.
For an overview on how to submit the Faculty CAPP Substitution/Target/Waiver Qualtrics Form, view our tutorial video: How to Submit a Qualtrics CAPP
Each year, York College publishes updated digital Undergraduate and Graduate and Professional Programs Academic Catalogs. The Catalog contains information about academic majors and programs, required and elective courses, general education requirements, academic standards, and more.
Students should reference the edition of the Academic Catalog from the year in which the student matriculated into their York College academic program.
Note: Students in master's, doctorate, or professional certificate programs should be sure to reference the Graduate and Professional Programs Catalog from their incoming academic year.
Transcripts can be ordered online 24/7 through the National Student Clearinghouse.
For electronic transcripts, the emailed download link is only available for 30 days from the date on the email. However, once you access the transcript, you may download/save a copy of it to your computer. A local copy of the transcript can be saved/opened indefinitely.
*NOTE: All financial obligations to the College must be cleared before transcript requests will be honored.
The National Student Clearinghouse is our authorized agent for Degree Verifications for students who graduated from May 1980 through the present.
Degree Verifications are:
*Note: There is a fee for each verification, and a user account must be established before use.
For degree verifications for students who graduated PRIOR to May 1980, please contact the Registrar's Office at 717.815.1504.
Free self-service official enrollment verifications are now available to MyYCP users through the National Student Clearinghouse. It is widely accepted by third parties such as health insurance, credit issuers, housing providers, employers and others, and includes the enrollment term dates as well as indication of full-time or part-time status.
An apostille is essentially a certificate of authenticity for a U.S. document (i.e. diploma or a transcript). As of Oct. 15, 1981, the U.S. became a member of the 1961 Hague Convention which abolished the requirement of legalization for foreign public documents. The Convention provides for the simplified certification of public (including notarized) documents to be used in countries that have joined the convention. Under the Hague Convention, signatory countries have agreed to recognize public documents issued by other signatory countries if those public documents are authenticated by the attachment of an internationally recognized form of authentication known as an apostille.
The student is responsible for the entire apostille application process. The Registrar's Office does not offer notary services. If a student needs transcripts and/or their diploma notarized, they will need to set up and pay for arrangements for a mobile notary to come to the Registrar's Office. They will also need to make arrangements for the diploma and the official transcript to be at the Registrar's Office during the notarization.
For additional information on apostilles, please visit the Pennsylvania Department of State's website.