York Commits to Campus Updates at Senate Meeting

YORK COLLEGE–York President Berenecea Eanes and her administration used the first senate plenary of the Fall ‘22 semester to unveil their plans for the York campus. These include the hiring of new staff and security initiatives.

One significant change returning this semester is students will no longer be allowed to register for classes if they have an outstanding balance. This is the end of a CUNY-wide initiative that was put in place because of the pandemic. If a student has been contacted a few times without paying, the college will send their balance to collections. No interest will be added to the outstanding balance, according to Charles Bozian, the interim vice president of finance and administration.