Review of York College Pennsylvania

Rating: StarStarStarStar_grayStar_gray By: Samantha J., Student Posted: April 11, 2011

My review

The Good:

The diversity of the York College is definitely the best thing. There are so many different types of people: city, country, New Yorkers, Virginians, Marylanders, etc. You really get to learn how to live and work with so many different people that will really help when going out into the real world.

The Bad:

The fact that you need a car to get everywhere is a little ridiculous, but finding friends with cars is really easy and makes going off campus a little more fun. I haven't had a car for 3 years and I have survived. I always have at least one friend willing to make a trip to the grocery store.

Would I do it again?

Yes, I would love to do it again because of the connections you can make and just how easy it is to find your place at York College. Also y0u can take classes in just about anything even if you are not in the major. I have taken choir classes here since I was sophomore and have loved every minute of it even though I am not a music major.

About this school

Biggest influence when choosing this school Class sizes

The financial aid process went smoothly and I received the financial aid I needed.

Professors are generally Engaging

The night life is Memorable

Every student at this school needs Fun and friends - both get you through the rough patches.

Most students spend their Saturday nights Hanging out with friends.

About the reviewer

Went to Archbishop Ryan High School

Currently a Junior

Favorite class is Music Classes - Women's Ensemble and Baseball History

Favorite professor is Dr. Doutrich, Dr. Muzzo, Dr. Levy, Professor Dunham, Dr. V. Taylor.

Favorite activity is Stressbusters

Study Hard? Pray? Donate Money? Have a great high school portfolio of activities and an essay that really reflects you.

I wish I knew That I needed a car to get places.

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