York County Community College
|York County Community College|
|York County Technical College|
|Motto||Success...It all starts here|
|Type||Public, two year|
|President||Dr. Barbara Finkelstein|
|Vice-president||Ms. Paula Gagnon|
|Students||1,349 (Fall 2009)|
York County Community College was established in 1994 as York County Technical College (YCTC) by the 116th Maine Legislature. In 1995, YCTC opened with an enrollment of 156 students as well as three associate degree programs and two certificate programs.
In December 1995, YCTC earned candidacy accreditation status from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. Full accreditation status was obtained in 1999.
In November 1997, YCTC began classes in a new building. In later years, the building was expanded.
YCTC changed its name to York County Community College in July 2003.
==Courses of study==
Associate Degree programs
- Accounting Associate
- Architectural & Engineering Design
- Behavioral Health Studies
- Business Administration
- Business Administration - Finance Concentration
- Career Studies
- Computer Technology
- Criminal Justice
- Culinary Arts
- Digital Media
- Digital Media - Animation Concentration
- Digital Media - Graphic Design Concentration
- Early Childhood Education
- Health Information Management
- Health Studies
- Liberal Studies
- Medical Assisting
- Precision Machining Technology
- Trade & Technical Occupations
- Veterinary Technology
- Nursing offered through partnerships with Southern Maine Community College
- Architectural Drafting and Design Certificate
- Baking and Pastry Certificate
- Food Service Specialist Certificate
- Help Desk and User Support Certificate
- Mechanical Drafting & Design Certificate
- Precision Machining Operations
In Fall 2013. the enrollment was 1,583 students ranging from ages 17–72. Undergraduates are split nearly evenly by gender; men (47%) and women (53%). The number of full-time students were 548(34.6%), and the number of part-time students were 1035 (65.4%).  The number of degree/certificate seeking students were 1,321 (83.5%), and the number of non-degree seeking students were 232 (23%).
- "York County Community College recognized nationally for strong growth". York County Coast Star. 6 January 2011. Retrieved 7 January 2011.