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Message from the Vice President

Message from Geneva M. Walker-Johnson, Ed.D., Vice President for Student Development
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Dear York Student,

With the fall semester well underway, by now you’re probably starting to feel a little more comfortable with your schedule of classes, the expectations from your professors and the challenges of college life in and outside of the classroom.  It is important that you take full advantage of all York College has to offer. As York College students it is imperative you take charge of your educational experience.  It is essential that you commit to bring your highest and best effort each time, every time, and in every encounter whether it is in the classroom, attending a club or organization meeting, engaging in a group research project or planning an activity.

Our primary goal in the Division of Student Development is to assist you in achieving your academic and career goals through the programs and services we offer. Please be encouraged to stop by any of the offices in the Division for assistance, information or just to say hello.

As a member of the York College community it is important for you to be well informed and aware of your rights, responsibilities and protections as a member of the community. Please take a moment to read the Student Consumer Information letter on our Student Development web page.  For your added convenience, the Student Consumer Information letter is also on the CUNY Central Office page.

Best wishes for a successful fall semester,

Best, 
Geneva M. Walker-Johnson, Ed.D.
Vice President for Student Development
Office of Student Development, 2F01A

The links for the offices that comprise the Division of Student  Development:

York College Student Handbook

The York College Student Handbook is an online pdf file of the actual Student Handbook. It contains information on York College policies and procedures, a guide to campus resources, and forms such as the student complaint form.

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