The Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion is to maintain justice, civility, integrity, and respect towards all persons. We are here to foster a learning environment throughout the college years and promote learning, development, professionalism, and good citizenship.
Inclusivity at York College
York College of Pennsylvania aims to provide access to high-quality education. To reach our mission, we value bringing different voices together to share their strengths. In this diverse environment, when we create a sense of belonging and equity, we enrich the learning experience and better serve our local and global communities.
As such, York College:
- Welcomes and recognizes diversity in all of its forms and expressions.
- Encourages civil conversations across our campus to promote understanding.
- Stands up against prejudice and injustice in our college community.
- Advocates for the well-being and dignity of our community members.
- Enables marginalized identities to be their authentic selves.
Anti-Discrimination/Ethnic Intimidation Policy
All students are encouraged to participate in college activities regardless of sex, race, color, creed, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, social affiliation, Veteran status, or age. York College does not tolerate and takes a firm position against all forms of discrimination as noted. Discrimination and ethnic intimidation include, but are not limited to: threats or bullying of any kind, physical harm or threats thereof, defacing or destruction of campus property or an individual’s personal property. Any student, who feels that they are a victim of discrimination or ethnic intimidation, or any such harassment, may initiate a complaint by submitting a Bias Incident Report.