Endowed Scholarship established in honor of the Celanese Celriver plant legacy
Accolades include distinguished chapter, distinguished advisor, and distinguished college administrator
Reconnect with York Tech is designed to help former York Tech students earn a college credential
Jason Ream will visit Langley Research Center for an onsite experience
Phi Theta Kappa recognizes Yolanda Wilson during annual convention
Short, four-week online classes offered during Winter Break
Statewide organization recognizes College’s EMT Program during its annual conference.
The College will offer three new associate degrees and two new certificate programs.
Jack Holladay appointed to a four-year term for the York Commission for Technical Education
Monique Perry was selected as one of only 40 fellows for the 2018 - 2019 Aspen Presidential Fellowship for Community College Excellence.
Wilks, executive director of student services for Rock Hill School District 3, joins Commission.
The South Carolina Masonry Contractors Association contributes $10,000 to York Technical College Foundation.
York Technical College celebrates local lineworkers on April 18 for National Lineman Appreciation Day.
The York Technical College Alumni Connection is calling for nominations for alumni representatives to the Advisory Group. Nominations are due by March 31.
American Institute of Architects (AIA) Charlotte Recognizes York Tech’s Award-Winning Comporium Center Design.
Students can choose from 13 dual credit career pathways.
Nearly 40 families in the tri-county region were recipients of a special delivery of Thanksgiving baskets, donated by York Technical College.
The York Technical College Foundation, Inc. is excited to announce the launch of the York Technical College Alumni Connection this fall. The Alumni Connection is a new program supported by the Foundation and is designed to strengthen relationships among alumni and the College in an effort to positively impact our community.
The York Technical College Foundation Inc., welcomes three new members to its Board of Directors effective July 1, 2017. Lori Dominguez, Vernon Prosser, and Robert Hall will each serve a term of three years.
Programs will be in the fields of health science, information technology, applied science and more.
The new scholarship opportunity is designed to increase underrepresented populations in utility line worker professions.
Eight high school students earned three college credentials each before earning their high school diploma.
York Technical College’s John McGill, Associate Dean of Arts & Sciences, was an Honorary Inductee into the National Technical Honor Society. The award ceremony was held March 8, 2017 at the Floyd D. Johnson Technology Center in York, S.C.
York Technical College will once again host Camp Tech, week-long summer camps focused on science, technology, engineering, art and math. These STEAM camps will begin June 12 and will run through July 28, and are offered at the College’s main campus as well as the off-campus centers in Chester and Indian Land.
York Technical College’s new Chief of Public Safety, Bryan McDougald, joined the College’s staff on February 1, 2017. Chief McDougald comes to York Tech after serving over 20 years with the South Carolina Highway Patrol in various capacities.
York Technical College’s Monique Perry, Dean of Enrollment Services, is the 2017 recipient of the A. Wade Martin Innovator of the Year Award. The award was presented during the recent South Carolina Technical Education Association’s (SCTEA) annual conference at Myrtle Beach.
York Technical College will host College Goal SC, a free public event designed for local college-bound students and their families to receive assistance completing the Free Application for Federal Aid (FAFSA).
For the Spring 2017 semester, York Technical College is offering up to $2,500 in scholarship funds to eligible students who plan to take at least six credit hours at one its off-campus centers in Chester or Indian Land.
York Technical College’s cooperative nursing program with the University of South Carolina at Lancaster has been ranked among the nation’s top vocational, career and community colleges for nursing, ranking in at 5th out of the top 75. York Tech’s nursing program was one of two South Carolina schools to make the list. www.nursingschoolsalmanac.com
In this season of giving thanks, York Technical College faculty, staff, and student organizations teamed together to share with others this holiday by donating items for Thanksgiving meals.
York Technical College announces the launch of their Advanced Information Technology Institute at Indian Land.
Welcome Week will kick-off the YTC student experience for the Fall Semester! The Office of Student Leadership and Events, in collaboration with campus departments and volunteers, are excited to bring you Welcome Week 2016, August 17, 2016- August 31, 2016.
York Technical College in partnership with the Rock Hill School District and STEM created a summer immersion program for K12 faculty into STEM careers this summer. Approximately one hundred K12 faculty participated in interactive STEM lessons lead by York Tech industrial, engineering, health and human services, computer, business, mathematics and science faculty.
Two-years ago, York Technical College and Columbia College partnered together to offer students the opportunity to earn a bachelor's degree from Columbia College by attending structured classes at York Tech.
Instant Registration Day is your one-stop event to complete everything you need to enroll at York Technical College this fall.
York Technical College
will be offering a variety of week long STEAM Summer Camps
scheduled to begin the week of June 20 and run through
August 5. The STEAM Summer Camps will be held at the main
campus in Rock Hill and the off-campus center in
Indian Land, and will primarily focus on technology,
programming and design, science, and the
College welcomes Dr. Stacey Moore as the new Executive Vice President of
Academic and Student Affairs.
Do you have a current plan to create a workforce
pipeline? Are you interested in recharging your workforce? Are you
plugged in to the incentives that can help you get there? Join us for a
POWER BREAKFAST and learn about programs that can help you amp up your
workforce development efforts.
In partnership with the South Carolina
Commission on Higher Education, York Technical College will host a College Goal
South Carolina event on Saturday, February 27, 2016.
York Technical College
unveils renovation to the oldest building on campus in partnership with key
donor, Comporium Communications.
York Technical College is excited to
announce the launch of Financial Aid TV- a new way to help students and their
families understand the financial aid process. Confused about the FAFSA?
Unsure about grants or student loans?
Connect YTC is your one-stop event to complete
everything you need to enroll for Spring 2016 at York Technical College.
Chris White is a successful producer who will be on the main
campus of York Technical College this Thursday, November 5, to speak to
students about his experiences thus far as a producer. He will be speaking at
9:30 a.m. in the S&T building, room 109.
Find Your Match evaluates your personality using a scientifically
validated assessment instrument and immediately creates a report
identifying what careers fit your strengths.
Program to enroll first class in January 2016; summer information
Program to begin in Fall 2015
Tech students who want to refresh or improve their math skills are invited to
participate in a COMPASS Math Training Camp in June or July.
Thanks to an innovation challenge grant from the S.C. Department of
Commerce, York Technical College is able to offer 11 summer camps to local
students and their families at no charge.
As we continue to celebrate our 50th anniversary here
at York Technical College, we want to hear from York Tech students! We're
sponsoring a video competition now through May 8, 2015 where we encourage you
to create a video in response to the prompt below, post your video on Facebook
and vote for your videos by "liking" them.
York Technical College invites
high-achieving high school students to apply for the Presidential Scholars
program, a unique one-year educational experience designed to prepare students
for success at a four-year university.