Registration for Wintermester 2018 is open from November 5 through December 14.
New Students - New students may register for Wintermester by contacting their Enrollment Counselor.
Continuing Students - Continuing students may register for Wintermester using Web Advisor or may consult their advisor.
Visiting Students (Transients) -
Wintermester courses are offered at $531 each (this rate only applies to York County residents). For a detailed breakdown of tuition rates, click here.
The YTC Bookstore is the preferred provider for books. The bookstore will be open on Main Campus during Wintermester for books and supplies.
Book scholarships for up to $300 are available to support Wintermester students that meet requirements. Students should visit Enrollment Services (One-Stop Center) to complete a short application.
Wintermester has special dates and deadlines. They are listed below:
Because of the specific requirements for these special online course sections, students taking classes during the 2018-2019 Wintermester will need a device that meets the following technical requirements for course access:
Additionally, students will need a quiet place with a strong wifi signal or wired connection for tests and other assessments.
If a student would like to withdraw from the class prior to the 100% deadline of December 14, they may notify their faculty member via email. However, tuition will not be refunded if withdrawals are submitted after the 100% refund deadline.
Students will utilize their YTC email account to communicate with their instructors during Wintermester along with D2L.
Assignments will begin on the first day of the term, so students should be checking D2L and their YTC email prior to the term start for important information and begin work on the first day.
Wintermester students requiring special accommodations must notify Counseling and Support Services on or before December 13.
For the first two weeks of Wintermester, York Technical College is officially closed. However, core support resources will be available online during that timeframe to support Wintermester students. Your instructor will be your primary source of support. The resources that you will need for your classwork will be posted in D2L and part of your instructor syllabus.
Other support resources include:
Students needing transcripts of their completed Wintermester work may request transcripts using the standard transcript process online via Web Advisor or by visiting Enrollment Services in Building J.