York Technical College offers students a rich selection of both credit and noncredit classes. Students who enroll in credit classes earn credit hours that may be applied to degrees, diplomas, and certificates at the College. In many cases, these credits can also be transferred to four-year universities and colleges. In contrast, noncredit courses do not count toward a degree, but can be used to further your career and/or personal goals.
Don't forget about Wintermester! Take advantage of this 4-week online term during your winter break. It's a great way to get ahead, lighten your course load for Spring, or transfer credits to your home institution. Select traditional semester-long credit classes will be offered during this accelerated term and students will be able to complete the entire term from the comfort of their own home.The Spring course schedule will be available in October. Before registering for classes, we encourage current students to connect with an academic advisor to determine the classes needed each term, and incoming new students should review their academic plan with an enrollment counselor. Log into Navigate to make an appointment.
If you are a new student to York Tech, you will work with an Enrollment Counselor to create an academic plan that prepares you to schedule and register for your first term. After you’ve applied and completed the enrollment process, you’re ready to plan and register for your courses.
Once you’re accepted, your enrollment
counselor will review your account and select the courses you need for your
first term. You will receive an email to review your academic plan. When you
have your plan, you’ll be ready to select your class times and register once
Have questions? Want to discuss your academic plan? Schedule an appointment through Navigate:
If you are a dual enrollment student (a high school student taking classes), your registration process is different!
All York Tech students are assigned an Academic Advisor. Current students are expected to meet with their assigned advisor at least once per academic year to ensure that they are completing all academic requirements and making satisfactory progress towards
completion of degree.
Find your advisor: Log into Navigate and find your advisor listed under Resources > People.
For general advising questions or assistance, contact the Academic Advising & Career Center at (803) 327-8066 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your username is the first initial and last
name in lowercase and the last four digits of your student ID number (ie:
password is your six-digit birth date (e.g., 051281).
important to-do items, calendar events, class schedule, resources, and the
ability to make appointments with faculty and staff on campus. Navigate also allows you
to plan and register for your classes. Students should check Navigate on a regular
the Navigate app!
Log in to
Navigate using your York
Tech username (ie: jsmith1234) and password.
REGISTERING IN NAVIGATE
Your schedule is not guaranteed until you click
The drop period is the first five instructional days of a semester, and the first three instructional days of a mini-session. Students who drop courses for a term within the drop period or whose last date of attendance is within the drop period qualify for 100 percent tuition refund.
Adding a ClassThe schedule adjustment period is the first two days of a semester or mini-session. Students should work with their advisors to make approved schedule adjustments. Advisors will consider schedule adjustment requests based on student success and attendance at all scheduled classes.
Students may withdraw from a course or courses by notifying their instructor(s). A grade of “W” is assigned if the student’s last date of attendance is on or before midterm of the session. If a student is withdrawing from a course and the last date of attendance is after midterm, the grade assigned may be a “W” or a “WF” based on the instructor’s discretion (Some exceptions apply in disciplinary sanctions and certain programs).