Safety and wellness come first at York.
Location: Manor Northeast
The Department of Campus Safety creates a safe and secure educational environment at York College. The Department operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with officers — both professional and student — patrolling the campus on foot, bicycles, Segways, and in vehicles.
Officers respond to calls for service and assistance; enforce college policies, traffic, and parking regulations; and investigate all reported criminal activity. A 24-hour-a-day escort program for students to all campus locations is available. In addition, the Department operates the Campus Shuttle system that transports students throughout Main, North, and West campuses.
More information about all of the services York’s Campus Safety Department provides can be found on the Campus Safety webpage.
A copy of York College’s Annual Safety and Fire Report is also located on our Campus Safety webpage.
York College ID Card
The Department of Campus Safety coordinates the York College ID card system. Students are expected to have their ID cards with them at all times. In addition to providing appropriate identification, the card provides entrance into residence halls and other campus facilities.
York College’s ID card also serves as the “Flex Card” with debit-card capabilities. The card may be used for purchases in the Bookstore, dining services, vending and laundry locations, computer lab printing, postal center, Schmidt Library, digital copier services, and several off-campus vendors.
New student, student ID photos can be submitted using this link. ID’s can be picked up on move-in day during orientation.
Location: Iosue Student Union (lower level)
Health Services provides a number of services to students of York College, including but not limited to:
- Injury evaluations
- Throat cultures
- Urinalysis testing
- Tuberculosis screening and testing
Health Services is open from 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. There is a nominal charge for some services. Full-time undergraduate students also have access to York’s TimelyCare app. TimelyCare offers 24/7 virtual health and well-being services for FREE. Students do not need health insurance to access TimelyCare services.
- Medical Care: Both on-demand MedicalNow support and scheduled appointments with medical providers are available to address common health issues like colds, flu, or allergies.
- Counseling and Emotional Support: Reach out any time, 24/7, for on-demand TalkNow support to talk about anything, including anxiety, relationships, depression, and school-related stressors. You may also make appointments for scheduled counseling, allowing you to choose the day, time, and mental health provider that best works for you. Access up to 12 sessions per year, free of charge.
- Health Coaching: Develop healthy lifestyle behaviors, including nutrition, sleep habits, time management, and mindfulness.
- Psychiatry: Appointments are available upon referral by York College Counseling Services.
- Self-Care Content: Visit the “Explore” page within TimelyCare for guided self-care content, including yoga and meditation sessions, as well as group conversations with our providers on a variety of health and well-being topics.
In addition, sending basic supplies for self-care (such as a thermometer, Motrin or Tylenol, Band-Aids, decongestants, etc.) can help students adjust to having to care for some common ailments.
Location: Codorus Hall, 100
Counseling Services offers the following free, confidential services for York College students:
- Individual and group counseling
- Walk-in consultations
- Education and support
- Online mental health screenings
- Emergency psychological services
- Outreach programming
- Referrals to community resources
Throughout a student’s experiences in higher education, they will face many natural, developmental concerns, including meeting new people, forming relationships, experiencing new levels of freedom and responsibility, and furthering identity development. Professional counselors are available to assist students with these issues.
Parents may call or visit Counseling Services for inquiries and/or guidance pertaining to a student concern. Although referrals are welcome, we have found that it usually works best to support the student in taking the initiative to access our services themselves.
All records pertaining to students are maintained according to American Counseling Association ethical guidelines.