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York College
Learning Center

Our Programs

The York College Learning Center offers foundational education and training, as well as advisement and referral services, that expand opportunities for marginalized adults to achieve increased independence, realize life goals, and become active in civic and workplace responsibilities as individuals, parents, and members of the broader community.

Foundational Education and Training

The Learning Center offers instruction in Adult Basic Education (ABE), English as a Second Language (ESL), English Language and Personal Care Aide (PCA)/Home Health Aide Instruction (HHA), and High School Equivalency (HSE) preparation.

The Learning Center is a designated Literacy Zone (Literacy for Life) and coordinates with local partners in providing referrals for students and community members to an array of lifelong services, including housing, immigration, legal concerns, government-sponsored social services, and more. Educational case management and academic advisement are offered by our multi-lingual staff, in addition to career counseling, job training referrals, and pre-college counseling. 

The Learning Center offers adults and older youth (aged 19 and older) the opportunity to continue their education by improving their language, literacy, math, and technology skills, attain a High School Equivalency Diploma, and participate in college and career readiness sessions.

Make York College Learning Center your first choice on your journey to personal change.


Educational and Career Advising

Educational and vocational advising services are offered by multi-lingual staff. Referrals to child care services also are available.

  • Career Advisement consists of computer-based career exploration, pre-employment counseling, i.e., resume preparation, interviewing skills, and job search are provided.
  • Job Training Referrals to free training programs, including Queens Workforce1 Career Center and SUNY Queens Educational Opportunity Center.
  • Literacy Services are coordinated with community partners, providing referrals for students and community members to an array of lifelong learning services.
  • Pre-College Advising is offered through College and Career Knowledge (CCK) workshops, college application assistance, admissions, financial counseling, and college tours.

*Due to COVID-19, please reach us at 516-945-9782.
This is a temporary number that you can call or text to leave a message. Please provide your name and contact number in your message.  You can also email and please provide your name and contact number.

Due to the pandemic, all classes are currently being offered as distance learning or online instruction. Our offices will remain closed until further notice. Thank you.