York College of Pennsylvania has reduced tuition rates for a number of its graduate programs to make them more accessible to working adults and alumni.
Twins Brandon and Brody Cain ’23 were among a group of students who spent a year getting the program running. They are licensed through the Pennsylvania Department of Health and look forward to making a difference.
A student research project at York College of Pennsylvania was chosen to receive $60,819 in grant money as part of the Manufacturing PA Initiative, as announced by Gov. Tom Wolf. York and other colleges are receiving nearly $2 million as part of the initiative, which funds research projects that will help advance innovation in several sectors of manufacturing, from advanced medical, to waste sustainability, to artificial intelligence.
York College of Pennsylvania has been recognized as one of Abound’s 2021 Top Adult Degree Programs. The College qualified for this recognition based on factors that cover the essential needs of the nontraditional student — accessibility, affordability, acceleration, and advancement.