Additional Programs at YCCriminal Justice and Volleyball to be offered
Two more programs have been given the green light to be included in the fall offerings - Criminal Justice and Women's Volleyball.
A Criminal Justice degree will prepare students for entry-level employment or advancement in law enforcement, corrections, probation, immigration, security services, homeland security, forensics and comparable types of employment. The program will provide a broad understanding of the criminal justice system in the United States and a fundamental knowledge of the social and behavioral sciences.
Criminal Justice careers include forensic scientist, law office assistant, social work assistant, probation officer, parole officer, and corrections official.
As part of the college's growth strategy, the Women's Volleyball has been re-instated after being discontinued last season. Ms. Charla Farrell (class of ’00) has accepted the position of Head Volleyball Coach and has already begun the recruitment process.
York College is a founding member of the Midlands Collegiate Athletics Conference (MCAC), which competes in Region IV of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). Other member schools are Bellevue University (NE), College of St. Mary (NE), Peru State College (NE), Oklahoma Wesleyan University (OK), Central Christian College (KS), Park University (KS), Haskell Indian Nations University (KS), and College of the Ozarks (MO).
As a varsity level sport, volleyball scholarships are available.