York County Community College was founded in 1994 as the York County Technical College. In July, 2003, the college was given its current name. It is a part of the Maine Community College System. The campus of YCCC is spread across 84 acres in Wells, Maine.
York County Community College offers Associate of Arts, Associate of Applied Science, and Associate of Science degree programs in the fields of business administration, architectural design, computer technology, culinary arts, digital media, criminal justice, and liberal studies, among others. Certificate programs are offered in architectural drafting and design, and food service. Several educational programs are also provided in collaboration with other institutions. In addition, continuing education and online learning opportunities are also available.
York County Community College provides student support services through its North Star TRIO project. The college also offers financial aid in the form of Federal grants and loans, while scholarships like the Rural Maine Child Care Scholarship, the Thelma C. Swain Scholarship, the YCCC Student Leadership Scholarship, the MCCS Board of Trustees Scholarship, and the George J. Mitchell Peace Scholarship are offered to deserving students.
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York County Community College
112 College Drive
Wells , ME 04090
General Phone: (207) 646-9282
|General Category||Degrees||Most Common Majors [see all]|
|Liberal Arts||34||liberal arts and humanities|
|Business and Management||22||business management, accounting, MIS|
|Family and Social Work||8||child development|
|Engineering Technician||7||CAD and design|
|Cooking and Culinary Arts||5||chef training|
|Construction Trades||5||construction trades|
|Design||4||design and visual communication|
Number of programs and degrees for York County Community College in 2008-2009:
|Award of at least 1 but less than 2 academic years||1||4|
In 2007-2008, York County Community College had a total enrollment of 998 students (478 full-time equivalent).
Students By Class:
Students by Age:
Incoming (Freshman) Students by Place of Residence:
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Retention Rates (2007):
The school does not offer campus housing.
The school does not offer students a meal plan.
Expenses and Financial Aid:
|In-state tuition and fees||$ 3,124|
|Out-of-state tuition and fees||$ 5,584|
|Books and supplies||$ 1,000|
York County Community College participates in Federal Title IV financial aid programs. (The school's OPE ID is 3122900)
Tenure Status of Faculty (2008-2009):
|Full-Time Faculty Level||Men||Women|
|Non-tenured and not on tenure track||10||5|
Salaries for full-time faculty:
Full-Time Faculty (2008-2009):
|Full-Time Faculty Level||Contract Length||Number Men||Avg Salary Men||Number Women||Avg Salary Women|
|No academic rank||academic year||10||$47,479||5||$49,972|
|All faculty total||academic year||10||$47,479||5||$49,972|
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What Sets York County Community College Apart:
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Accepts some high school credits
Offers credit for life experience
Grants credits for AP courses
Offers distance learning
Student employment services
Remedial classes for students
Offers part-time study
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