York College Fund
Making Direct Impact
Unrestricted Gifts to the York College Fund touch the lives of every current and future student by providing funding for scholarships, academic programs, and student life that tuition alone is not able to cover. Unrestricted annual gifts are an important part of the fiscal health of the College. They allow York College to be nimble and take advantage of opportunities in a quickly changing world. Gifts made to the York College Fund have a direct effect on the day-to-day activities of our campus community.
Return on Investment
Students benefit from the York College Fund in a number of ways, including scholarship support, travel funds to internships, and cooperative job experiences. Faculty benefit from funding for lecturers, conference opportunities, and classroom technology enhancements. In these myriad ways, gifts made to the York College Fund have a direct impact on the day-to-day activities of our campus community. Unrestricted annual gifts, in particular, are an important part of the fiscal health of the College.Give Now
I wanted to help others fulfill their dreams and in 2006, I joined the Heritage Society and established an endowed scholarship with the College. I am proud to be investing in future generations through the College.
- You may designate your gift to an area or program that matters most to you.
- PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE — $10,000 or more
- TRUSTEE CIRCLE — $5,000 to $9,999
- FOUNDER'S CIRCLE — $1,000 to $4,999
- GOLD CIRCLE — Annual gift based on time since graduation (i.e., one-year anniversary = $100, two-year anniversary = $200, etc., up to 10 years)
For the 2018-2019 academic year, the cost to attend York College was approximately $31,000. Tuition and fees constitute $20,000, and room and board total $11,000. While this compares favorably with our peers, York College partners with alumni, parents, and friends to provide philanthropic support to sustain our generous financial aid practices and continue to make a York College education accessible to our students. The gap between our financial aid provisions and what a student can afford could be the difference between earning a degree or giving up their dream.