York College of Pennsylvania is a private, coeducational, 4-year college located in south central Pennsylvania
The focal point of York College of Pennsylvania 190-acre park-like campus is the mall, a grassy quad around which many of the College’s academic buildings are located. The Evelyn and Earle Wolf Hall is the center for artistic activity on campus. It includes three art studios, a photography facility, rehearsal and practice rooms, multi-track recording studio and mixing control room, music library, edit suites, studios, two state-of-the-art video production facilities coordinated by a high-tech computer assisted control room, and DeMeester Recital Hall, an intimate, acoustically perfect venue that hosts various speakers as well as performances by many of the College’s musical ensembles. Also located in Wolf Hall are the York College Galleries, which are dedicated to providing opportunities to explore the visual arts in a setting that promotes learning, discovery, and appreciation. Compromising two adjacent galleries, the Cora Miller Gallery and the Brossman Gallery, this exhibition space serve the College, the City of York, and the communities of southcentral Pennsylvania and northern Maryland. The Galleries feature a varied program of nationally touring exhibitions and invitational shows, as well as faculty and juried student shows, artist and curator lectures, workshops, book signings, and other events.
York College of Pennsylvania offers more than 50 baccalaureate majors in professional programs, the sciences, and humanities to its full-time undergraduate students
York College also offers master’s programs in business, education, and nursing, along with a doctoral program in nursing practice
The focal point York College of Pennsylvania is the mall, a grassy quad around which many of the College’s academic buildings are located in the 190-acre park-like campus
York College traces its institutional lineage to the York County Academy, a school opened in the 1770s in downtown York, Pennsylvania