Monthly Archive:: February 2017

Unlimited Options

Certificates, Associate Degrees and Transfer Pathways! Transfer Programs and Articulation Agreements Have you thought about Art, Photography or Film Studies Behavioral Sciences Paralegal Studies/Pre-Law Secondary Education Environmental Science Or Wellness, Health & Exercise Science? These and

This is What Your Community College Looks Like

“Community” is right there in our name, and it’s at the core of our mission. It’s what we are, and where we are. That word, “community,” translates into a close-to-home, accessible higher education option you might not

A Day on Campus

Your Community College transforms lives and builds better futures by providing outstanding education. Think you have to give up having a “real” college experience because you’re attending a community college? No way! At YCC, there’s always something

Make Your Own Path

Completing college courses while in high school can help you save time and money, as well as help focus your path towards college and career. Your Community College’s Dual Enrollment program allows high school students to earn

The Sweetest Sound

Video and music saturate our lives, and we all have our favorite musicians, actors, and directors. But behind the great artists you know are big teams of artists and technicians working behind the scenes to bring productions

Six questions to ask about your college choice

In an era of high college costs, long-term student debt, and an uncertain job market, students and parents are compelled to consider a college degree as a serious investment. Measures like price, debt, and post-graduation employability and

Pay for School

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is your first step in getting federal money, including Pell Grants, student loans, and a work-study job at your college. The biggest mistake you can make with federal aid

Your Community College: The Savvy Choice

Half a decade after the economic recession hit, students are “savvier shoppers” than ever before, a survey finds. In fact, while the US is in official “recovery” mode, 7 in 10 new freshmen say the economy influenced