Registration
In order to register for Continuing and Professional Education courses, prospective students
must complete CPEC application. Applicants for professional development courses must be
at least 18 years old. A High School or Equivalency Diploma also is required for enrollment in
professional development courses. Some professional development courses require reading
and math assessments. A $20 registration fee applies each semester. Registration receipts
will only be mailed to students who have either mailed or faxed their registration form without
an email address.

Academic Prep, Summer Camp and other Youth Programming
Please be aware CONT ED requires compete and current medical/immunization records for your child to be enrolled in our above named programs. This is to comply with NYC DOE.  Please provide copies of relevant documents (same as submitted to your child's school) by mail, email, fax or by visiting the York College, CPEC office.

If your child has a IEP or 504 please be advised that, the CPEC may not be able to provide adequate services to meet your child's needs.

Standard Refund Policy
A written request received by mail, fax (718-262-2570) or e-mail conted@york.cuny.edu. Refund
requests by telephone are not accepted. Refunds are calculated from the date we receive
your written request regardless of the date of registration. Request received before the first
session, student will receive a refund of 100% of tuition paid, request received before the second
session, and student will receive a refund of 75% of the course tuition. Registration fee is
nonrefundable. There will be no refund thereafter for any reason.
 
Refund Procedures
If you paid by credit card, your tuition will be refunded to the card used at the time of the
original transaction. Credit card refunds can take up to two weeks for processing. Tuition and
fees that were paid by check, cash or money order will be refunded by check only. All check
refunds take approximately 4-6 weeks and are processed in the order that they are received.
 
Delinquent Payments
The College reserves the right to withhold the privileges of class attendance, use of facilities
and services, and access to certificates of completion from students delinquent with payments.
 
Returned Checks
Returned Checks incur a $35 fee and will require future registration by credit or debit card,
cash, or a money order.
 
Course Cancellation
The York College Continuing and Professional Education Center reserves the right to cancel
courses, make substitutions in faculty, and change days, times, and locations of classes if or
when necessary. The Center is not responsible for misprints in its literature or its website; in the
event of an error the Center will make every effort to provide corrected information in a timely
manner. In most cases, a minimum number of registrants is required for a course to run. If a
course is cancelled, students may transfer to another class or receive a refund. Inclement weather
or other unforeseen circumstances may cause the cancellation of a class session. For weather-related
cancellation information, please call (718) 262-2790 
 
Attendance and Certificates of Completion
An 80% rate of attendance is required in order to pass Continuing and Professional Education
courses, along with passing grades on assessments (Please refer to course syllabi for more
information on grades). Certificates of completion will be mailed to students within a week of
successful course completion.
 
Classroom Assignments
Classroom Assignments are available in Security (1M02-Academic Core Bldg.) and outside the
Continuing Education Office (2F01B –Academic Core Bldg.).
 
Textbooks
To obtain your textbook title, edition & ISBN #, please refer to your course confirmation letter or if
you have questions call (718) 262-2790.
 
Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action
York College is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Institution. The College does not
discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation,
transgender, genetic predisposition or carrier status, citizenship status, veteran or
marital status in its student admission, employment, access to programs, and administration
of education policies.
 
Typographical Errors
Continuing and Professional Education is not responsible for typographical errors.
 
Updates
Occasionally, information changes and the most up to date schedules can be found on this
website.
 
Parking
Parking permits for the semester will cost $90.00 and will require the following documents:
a Parking Permit Request Form (from Continuing & Professional Education), the Registration
Receipt, the Vehicle Registration and a Valid Driver’s License. All documents must be presented
to the Office of Public Safety, located in the Academic Core Bldg, room 1M02, during
Bursar Hours. Public Safety offers: On the Go Parking, pay $25 for 5 single parking passes or
$50 for 10 single parking passes.