York College at a Glance
- York College is an affordable option for students wanting a Christian education. Each year financial aid is awarded to more than 90% of first-time students. Read more about available student financial aid opportunities.
- York College, founded in 1890, is a private liberal arts college affiliated with the churches of Christ. Popular majors include education, business, psychology, sciences, communication and Bible. Multiple pre-professional programs are available. York is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and is a member of the Nebraska Independent College Foundation (NICF).
- Located along I-80, York, Nebraska has a population of 8,000. The college is less than one hour west of Lincoln, the state capital.
- A safe, intimate setting on a classic college campus provides a great home for students. Our 50-acre campus includes 16 major facilities. The newest structure is the Colis and Dolores Campbell Activity Center.
- The York College Panthers compete in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Division II and the National Christian College Athletic Association. York College is a founding member of the Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference comprised of 10 liberal arts colleges.
- Extracurricular activities include social clubs, varsity athletic teams, a performing arts program, a student newspaper, periodic literary publications, and a wide range of intramural sports.
- More than 20% of students engage in mission outreach, church internships, or other Christian service each summer.
- The college has 6,000 alumni located throughout the United States and around the world.