York College

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  1. York College of Pennsylvania Campus Tour

    Welcome to our virtual tour! Here you can get a "bird's eye" view of our beautiful tree-lined 190-acre suburban campus in historic York County. Feel free to contact our Admissions Office for any questions and to schedule a visit!


    1. Admissions Welcome Center

      The Admissions Welcome Center, located in Iosue Student Union, is where counselors offer information sessions and campus tours twice a day. There are many opportunities to visit and experience life at York College. Take a tour, come to an open house, sit in on a class, or meet with your admissions counselor. Come and see why York College may be the right choice for you!

    2. Miller Administration Building

      Miller Administration Building, which bears the name of the College's first president, includes the Office of President Pamela Gunter-Smith, Campus Operations, and Admissions. Students may visit Miller to stop by the Registrar's Office with questions on registering for classes, the Business Office for information on their account, or the Financial Aid Office to check on awards or scholarships.

    3. Evelyn and Earle Wolf Hall

      The center for artistic activity on campus, Wolf Hall, offers three art studios, two state-of-the-art video production studios, a recording and mixing control room, as well as a photography studio, music library, and several rehearsal rooms. The York College Galleries features exhibitions by students and outside artists, and DeMeester recital Hall is the site of a variety of musical events and lectures. Wolf Hall is home to the Department of Communication and the Arts; and Graphic Design majors have 24/7 access to MAC labs, located in the basement.

    4. Campbell Hall

      Campbell Hall is home to the Division of Academic Services, where students can find the help they may need through the Academic Advising Center, the Center for Professional Excellence, the Career Development Center, and Disability Support Services. Campbell Hall, as the home of the Department of Physical Sciences, also includes state-of-the-art chemistry instrumentation to support majors in Chemistry, Forensic Chemistry, and Pre-Med.

    5. Appell Life Sciences Building

      The Appell Life Sciences Building features laboratory and research spaces, including a tissue culture suite, microscopy lab, and walk-in cold room for Biology/Pre-Med and Nuclear Medicine Technology majors. The Building, is home to the departments of Biological Sciences, Behavioral Sciences, and Education.

    6. Willman Business Center

      Home of the Graham School of Business, the Willman Business Center features the 150-seat Weinstock Lecture Hall and the NASDAQ Trading Laboratory, which provides students with direct access to real-time financial data from stock and commodities exchanges.

    7. Schmidt Library

      In addition to its print and online collections, Schmidt Library loans out wireless laptops for use in the building, digital cameras, camcorders, and media projection materials. The building also provides quiet study floors, technology-enhanced group study rooms, comfortable lounge areas, and wireless network connections including the outdoor courtyard.

    8. The Campus Fountain

      The fountain, located at the center of York College's academic quad, is a favorite gathering place for students.

    9. Humanities Center

      The Humanities Center, home to the Departments of History and Political Science, and English and Humanities, features an oral history lab and museum studies room, film study labs and film screening room, and computer labs. The World Languages Media Center allows students to further delve into their language of choice, and the Center for Teaching and Learning offers academic help (like tutoring and writing assistance) to students. Also located in the Humanities Center includes our Information Technology Help Department.

    10. Naylor Ecological Sciences Center

      The Naylor Ecological Sciences Center, a visually stunning three-story structure topped by five greenhouses, provides teaching and research labs for ecological studies on plants and animals, a large aquaria space for students doing research with fish and invertebrates, a controlled growth chamber, and research spaces.

    11. Northside Commons

      Northside Commons houses 275 students in a five-story, air-conditioned residence hall that features single and double bedrooms. Home to a mix of freshman and returning students, it features a furnished lounge and common space.

    12. Kinsley Engineering Center

      The Kinsley Engineering Center is home to the Department of Engineering and Computer Science. The 43,000-square-foot building, a renovated historic factory, contains state-of-the-art laboratories, equipment, computers, and design facilities including a mechatronics lab, materials science, machine shop and welding lab, thermodynamics and fluid lab, and CAD lab.

      The Center features a workspace area where students can design, build, and test large-scale projects and foster interaction with local industry, and a large common area where students can go to study, interact, and work on collaborative research projects.
    13. Grantley Hall

      Grantley Hall, located on West Campus, is home to York College's Office of Communications, Advancement Division, Alumni Relations, Community Education, and the Development Office.

    14. Diehl Hall

      The Nursing Education Center in Diehl Hall includes state-of-the-art simulation rooms and learning laboratories that replicate actual clinical settings. In addition, the Departments of Hospitality, Recreation, and Sport Management has offices, classrooms, and a computer lab for teaching ticket sales in Diehl Hall.

    15. Grumbacher Sport and Fitness Center

      The Grumbacher Sport and Fitness Center provides students, staff, and faculty with access to multiple recreation venues, including a three-court field house, the Charles Wolf Gymnasium, a state-of-the-art strength and fitness center, 12-lane natatorium, indoor jogging track, two-story climbing wall, racquetball court, and multi-purpose rooms.

      The center is complimented outdoors by two synthetic surfaced and two natural grass playing fields, as well as an all-weather running track complete with throwing circles and jumping pits.

    16. Little Run Lodge

      Attached to the West Campus Community Center, Little Run Lodge houses students in a suite-style arrangement, with each air-conditioned suite for two to five students comprised of single and double bedrooms, a common area, and a bathroom.

    17. West Campus Community Center

      The West Campus Community Center is the focal point of student social life on West Campus. Located within the center includes a mailing center, MAC computer lab, group study rooms, TV lounges and comfortable seating by a fireplace, and a game room with billiards.

      On the lower level is Alumni Hall, the site of many campus meetings and events. A recreational space outside the center features a sand volleyball court, grassy area to catch some rays, and an opportunity to grill your dinner.