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Technical support for current students, including mobile and wireless assistance, is provided by the Computer Learning Center.

Student Announcements
  • Extended bookstore hours on July 3 and 5
    - Posted on June 27, 2017
    • Need supplies for the next Summer Session?

      The Viking’s Cove Bookstore will be open late, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., on Monday, July 3 and Wednesday, July 5 to help you access what you need.

      We will be closed on Tuesday, July 4 in observance of Independence Day.

      Have a safe and happy holiday!

  • Bookstore system upgrade on Friday, June 23
    - Posted on June 20, 2017
    • In order to better serve you, the Viking’s Cove Bookstore will be upgrading its system on Friday, June 23.

      We still will be open for your business, but please be advised that processing times may be slowed from 9 a.m. to noon. Thanks for your patience!

  • Outdoor track/turf field closure
    - Posted on June 15, 2017
    • Please be advised that the outdoor track and turf field will be closed until Sunday, June 18.

  • Instant Admit Day today, June 14
    - Posted on June 14, 2017
    • The Hudson Valley Community College Admissions Office will host an Instant Admit Day for the Fall 2017 semester on Wednesday, June 14.

      In addition to today, prospective students may attend on Wednesday, July 12 at the Troy campus (GUN 223) from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., or Wednesday, June 21, or Wednesday, July 19 at 175 Central Avenue from noon to 5 p.m.

      Prospective students should bring high school/college transcripts, as well as GED score reports if applicable, to receive a decision on the spot. Those wishing to begin the financial aid process or ask questions should bring their 2015 tax returns.

      Please contact Admissions at (518) 629-7309 with any questions.

  • WDI offers DRONE REMOTE PILOT FAA Test Prep, June 20 – 22
    - Posted on June 9, 2017
    • Now available for commercial use, Drones, or Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) have applications across many industries and are quickly becoming indispensable tools to many industries, including agriculture, architecture, construction, law enforcement, the media, photography, real estate, search and rescue, and many more!

      To legally operate a drone for any business purpose, FAA regulations now require remote pilot certification. The six-hour Drone Remote Pilot FAA Test Prep course prepares pilots interested in pursuing commercial opportunities to successfully pass the comprehensive knowledge test required for FAA certification.

      Participants will receive a training certificate of completion. Classes are offered in partnership with SkyOp LLC.

      Prerequisites: Students must be at least 16-years-old, be able to read, speak, write and understand English (exceptions may be made if the person is unable to meet one of these requirements for a medical reason, such as hearing impairment).

      Date: Tuesday/Thursday, June 20 and 22, 2017
      Time: 6 to 9 p.m.
      Location: Hudson Valley Community College Main Campus
      Tuition: $495. Tuition includes workbook. Tuition does not include the FAA certification test fee.

      For more information or to register, visit www.hvcc.edu/wdi, email wdi@hvcc.edu, or call (518) 629-4235 or 629-4111.

  • Heat up your career with AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS SERVICE & REPAIR!
    - Posted on June 9, 2017
    • The Workforce Development Institute offers AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS SERVICE & REPAIR, a 36-hour course providing an in-depth study of the practical aspects of residential and light commercial air conditioning equipment and systems.

      Students will learn about heat transfer, good service and installation practices, and the use of instruments and gauges to assist in fault diagnosis. AC Systems Service and Repair provides students with entry level skills in the field of air conditioning installation, service and repair.

      Upon completion of the course, students will need to obtain their EPA 608 certification prior to working in the field.

      Students are required to bring to class safety glasses with side panels and work gloves.

      Prerequisites: 9th grade reading, writing and math skill levels. Students also should have a strong interest in the fundamentals of air conditioning systems.

      Tuition: $650

      Textbook: Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Technology, 8th edition, by Whitman & Johnson, available for purchase at the Viking’s Cove Bookstore (approximately $160).

      Schedule: June 20 – July 19, 2017; Tuesday and Wednesday, 5 – 9 p.m.
      Location: HVCC Campus, Williams Hall, Room WIL158

      For more information, or to register, visit www.hvcc.edu/wdi, email workforce@hvcc.edu, or call (518) 629-4235 or 629-4111.

  • Journalism Internship has seats available for fall 2017
    - Posted on June 7, 2017
    • The English, Foreign Languages, and English as a Second Language Department has seats available in Journalism Internship (ENGL 134 – CRN 17457) with Instructor M. Palmara.

      Students engage in a supervised internship in news and public relations agencies.  Placement assignments will be arranged by the student intern with the consent of the supervising instructor. Students may consult the instructor for suggestions, or they may present options of their own. This is a 3 credit course. Prerequisite:  ENGL 101, Composition I and ENGL 130, Journalism and/or approval by department chair.

      Thank you,

      Kris Lewis
      Technical Assistant
      BRN 035A
      629-7385

  • Additional sections of American Sign Language & Deaf Culture I and Spanish Language & Culture I open for fall
    - Posted on June 7, 2017
    • The English, Foreign Languages, and English as a Second Language Department has opened an additional section of American Sign Language and Deaf Culture I and Spanish Language and Culture I for fall 2017.

      CRN 17462 (ASLN 100)
      Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday: 9 to 9:50 a.m.
      Instructor: R. Wolff

      CRN 13874 (SPAN 100)
      Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 10 to 10:50 a.m.
      Instructor: C. Raphael-Cronce

      Thank you,
      Kris Lewis
      Technical Assistant
      BRN 035A, 629-7385

  • Film crew on campus today and Tuesday, June 5 and 6
    - Posted on June 5, 2017
    • A production company, Working Pictures, is on campus Monday and Tuesday, June 5 and 6 to film part of a video series focusing on “workforce ready” programs often found at community colleges.

      Please be aware that filming is scheduled for Monday in the Science Center, Fitzgibbons Health Technologies Center, Siek Campus Center and on Tuesday in Williams Hall, Amstuz Science Hall and Hudson Hall. Crew members plan to begin their day at 7 a.m. and wrap up by 5 p.m.

      Focus programs are Biotechnology, Nursing, and several programs in the School of Engineering and Industrial Technologies, including Heating/Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Technical Services.

      The video series is a collaborative project of Columbia-Greene Community College, Fulton Montgomery Community College, Hudson Valley Community College, Schenectady County Community College and SUNY Adirondack. The project is funded with a corporate gift made to FMCC.

  • PRIME Books & Bites June menu
    - Posted on June 5, 2017
    • PRIME Books and Bites in Marvin Library is open:
      Monday — Thursday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
      Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

      NEW MENU ITEMS!
      Summer Noodle Baby Spinach, Chopped Napa Cabbage, Marinated Soba Noodles, Chopped Avocado, Diced Tomatoes, Scallions, Candied Walnuts, Sweet & Spicy Vinaigrette; $5.99
      PRIME Turkey New York State Roasted Turkey Breast, Sprouts, Sliced Avocado, Chopped Bacon, Roasted Red Pepper Aioli, Bibb Lettuce, Tomato on Wheatberry Bread; $6.49
      Crab Cake Sliders Pan Seared Lump Crab, Slow Roasted Tomato and Red Onion Compote, Bibb Lettuce, Chipotle Lime Aioli served with Kettle Chips; $6.99
      Crispy Tofu Sesame Noodle Salad, Mango Salsa, Sliced Avocado, Peanut Sesame Vinaigrette; $5.99

      Join us for smoothies, espresso beverages, coffee, breakfast and more!

  • Learn more about New York State’s Excelsior Scholarship
    - Posted on June 1, 2017
  • Space still available for NYC bus trip on Wednesday, June 21
    - Posted on June 1, 2017
    • There still is room in the Community and Professional Education’s NYC bus trip coming up on Wednesday, June 21.

      The bus will drop off and pick up at Bryant Park. The day is yours to do as you please! The cost is only $40.

      Give Community and Professional Education a call at 629-7339 to register or stop by GUN 252.

       

  • Who qualifies for free tuition with NYS’s Excelsior Scholarship?
    - Posted on May 31, 2017
    • On May 27, the Times Union published a guide to New York State’s Excelsior Scholarship, which will provide free tuition to qualified students.

      Applications for the scholarship become available Wednesday, June 7. The deadline to submit an application is Friday, July 21.

      Please click here to read the full article.

  • New Interactive Campus Map and Directions
    - Posted on May 30, 2017
    • We have launched a new interactive campus map and directions website. The site is 100% responsive and mobile ready mobile responsive and also geo-location (GPS) ready. If users enable the GPS mode while walking around campus, the GPS will pinpoint the users’ locations and serve up nearby building content.

      Check it out at https://map.hvcc.edu/.

      If you note any issues or have any questions, please email editor@hvcc.edu.

      NOTE: We are currently working to update the map to display the new Outdoor Athletic Complex.

  • Bookstore closed for inventory May 30 and 31
    - Posted on May 26, 2017
    • Don’t miss your chance to get all of your school supplies before we close for inventory! The Viking’s Cove Bookstore is open Friday, May 26 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

      We will be closed on Monday, May 29 in observance of Memorial Dayand also on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 30 and 31, to complete our annual inventory.

      The bookstore will reopen at 8am on Thursday, June 1 and resume regular hours.

  • Textbooks on reserve in the Dwight Marvin Library
    - Posted on May 24, 2017
    • The Dwight Marvin Library has created a list of textbooks on reserve for the summer sessions: http://hvcc.libguides.com/reservetextbooks.

      Reserve textbooks are located on the lower level of the library in the Instructional Media Center (IMC). Textbooks are loaned for the day and must stay with the student in the library.

      To place a textbook on reserve, faculty should bring a copy of the required text to the IMC and complete the Textbooks on Reserve Classroom Reserve/ Copyright Compliance form.

      If you have any questions, please call (518) 629-7386.

  • PRIME Books and Bites Summer Menu
    - Posted on May 22, 2017
    • PRIME Books and Bites Cafe in Marvin Library will be open 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday.

      Come check out our new summer menu and beat the heat with PRIME smoothies!

      Choice of sandwich, flatbread, or wrap!
      ChiBaRa, $6.49
      Crispy Chicken, Hickory Bacon, Tomato, House-made Ranch

      Baja Pan Plano, $7.49
      Grilled Chicken, Mozzarella, Avocado, Roasted Red Peppers, Cilantro, Bacon, Chipotle Ranch

      Pesto Pollo, $6.49
      Grilled Chicken, Roasted Red Peppers, Fresh Mozzarella, Pesto, Balsamic Glaze

      You’ve Been Chopped, $6.49
      Chopped Brisket, Fresh Tomato, Mozzarella, Basil, Herb Oil
      Order without the brisket and make it vegetarian!

      Buffalo Chicken,  $6.99
      Buffalo Chicken, Diced Tomato, Bleu Cheese Crumbles

      On Top of Old Smokey Quesadilla, $6.99
      Smoked Chicken, Cheddar, Diced Tomato, Corn Salsa

  • Extended bookstore hours – 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. – May 22 and 23
    - Posted on May 19, 2017
    • For your convenience, the Viking’s Cove Bookstore will have extended hours until 6 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday (May 22 & 23).  We have all of your class needs as well as a great selection of summer wear and college sport bottles for the hot days ahead!

  • Bookstore to be closed on May 30 and 31
    - Posted on May 16, 2017
    • The Viking’s Cove Bookstore will be closed for inventory on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 30 and 31, as well as on Monday, May 29 when the college is closed for Memorial Day.

      Regular hours resume on Thursday, June 1:
      Monday – Thursday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
      Friday, 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.

       

  • Summer fitness room and racquetball court hours
    - Posted on May 15, 2017
    • Hudson Valley Community College
      Sports Complex Recreation Schedule
      Summer 2017
      Effective May 22 – Aug. 11

      Please note: The McDonough Sports Complex, McDonough Fitness Room and Racquetball Courts have a mandatory registration procedure that must be completed prior to utilization of these facilities. Registration will take place during the hours listed below. See attendant for a registration form.

      Photo ID is required for access to all recreational facilities.

      McDonough Fitness Room & Racquetball Courts
      Beginning Monday, May 22

      Monday thru Friday — 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
      Individuals utilizing the Racquetball Courts MUST supply their own equipment. Protective eye wear is mandatory.

      The rooms will be CLOSED on the following dates:
      May 29 — Memorial Day
      July 4 — Independence Day

      Posted by the Office of Institutional Services and Events.

  • Commencement plans changed due to weather forecast
    - Posted on May 12, 2017
    • Due to weather predictions, please take note of a few changes to Hudson Valley Community College’s 63rd Annual Commencement Ceremony.

      Commencement will take place in the Joseph L. Bruno Stadium as scheduled on Saturday, May 13.

      The line-up location for graduates has changed. All graduates are asked to report no later than 7:30 a.m. to the McDonough Sports Complex.

      • Name cards and rain ponchos will be distributed in the lobby.
      • Students will line up inside the field house (gym) after obtaining their name cards.

      Faculty marshals should also report to the field house.

      Faculty and members of the platform party should report no later than 8:20 a.m. to the Conway Ice Rink for the procession. Please allow extra time since students also will be reporting to the McDonough Sports Complex. Rain ponchos will be distributed in the line-up location.

      The post-ceremony reception for all participants will take place in the Conway Ice Rink. Diploma covers and Commencement programs will be available in the lobby following the ceremony. Programs will not be placed on your seats.

      Thank you,

      Kathleen Petley
      Registrar

  • Stormwater Management Report available for review and comments
    - Posted on May 12, 2017
    • Hudson Valley Community College’s annual Stormwater Management Report has been posted to the Environmental Health and Safety Department’s Stormwater Management web page:

      www.hvcc.edu/ehs/environmental/stormwaterreports/

      This report must be prepared and submitted annually to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation as a condition of the college’s Municipal Separate Storm Sewer (MS4) Permit.

      Please direct any comments or questions regarding the report or the college’s Stormwater Management Program to Laurie Vivekanand at l.vivekanand@hvcc.edu.

  • PRIME Cafe summer hours
    - Posted on May 11, 2017
    • All PRIME Cafes will be closed Monday and Tuesday, May 15 and 16.

      Beginning Wednesday, May 17, the Books & Bites Cafe in the Marvin Library Learning Commons will be open for summer hours:
      9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday
      Visit us for breakfast, lunch, smoothies, and crafted coffee beverages.

      Thank you for a great first year on campus
      and a big congratulations

      from the PRIME at HVCC staff to all 2017 graduates!

  • U.S. Representative Tonko to address 24th AMT Capstone Ceremony today (May 11 ) at noon
    - Posted on May 11, 2017
    • 24th annual
      Advanced Manufacturing Technology Capstone Ceremony

      Thursday, May 11 — Noon to 1:15 p.m.
      Bulmer Telecommunications Center Auditorium

      All are welcome to attend.

      U.S. Congressman Paul Tonko will address the Advanced manufacturing industry leaders from around the region and United States attending the annual ceremony to honor this year’s AMT Capstone Project seniors.

      Approximately $3,000 in cash awards will be presented to student winners and 18 customized working Capstone Models worth approximately $100K will be presented to the program’s corporate sponsors.

      With a leadership challenge gift of $1 million from the Gene Haas Foundation in August 2015, the college is anticipating construction of the Gene F. Haas Center for Advanced Manufacturing Skills. The planned 40,000 square foot, state-of-the-art building will be the most complete, advanced, operational manufacturing and technology educational, training and resource center in the United States. Haas Automation builds CNC machine tools for manufacturing.

  • 24th AMT Capstone Ceremony is Thursday, May 11
    - Posted on May 10, 2017
    • 24th annual
      Advanced Manufacturing Technology Capstone Ceremony

      Thursday, May 11 — Noon to 1:15 p.m.
      Bulmer Telecommunications Center Auditorium

      All are welcome to attend.

      Advanced manufacturing industry leaders from around the region and the US will attend the ceremony, honoring this year’s AMT Capstone Project seniors.

      Approximately $3,000 in cash awards will be presented to student winners and 18 customized working Capstone Models worth approximately $100K will be presented to the program’s corporate sponsors.

      With a leadership challenge gift of $1 million from the Gene Haas Foundation in August 2015, the college is anticipating construction of the Gene F. Haas Center for Advanced Manufacturing Skills. The planned 40,000 square foot, state-of-the-art building will be the most complete, advanced, operational manufacturing and technology educational, training and resource center in the United States. Haas Automation builds CNC machine tools for manufacturing.

  • Excelsior Scholarship presentation
    - Posted on May 9, 2017
    • For members of the campus community who were unable to attend the Excelsior Scholarship presentation given by New York State Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul Monday afternoon, you may view a recording of the event using the following link:

      https://livestream.com/hvccstreaming/LTGov

       

  • Student’s Band Opens for Poison Tonight at Times Union Center
    - Posted on May 9, 2017
    • Hudson Valley student Logan Carpenter will have a dream come true tonight, as his band Restless Streets opens for Poison and Tesla at the Times Union Center as part of Poison’s XXX Reunion Tour.

      Restless Streets won a contest through iHeartRadio, receiving thousands of votes from around the world to land them the top spot in the contest and the chance to open the show. The announcement was made on Friday.

      The band, which has been together for ten years, is made up of members Logan Carpenter on vocals, Brandon John on guitar, John Alund on bass, Aaron Uline on drums, and Brian Nellis on keyboards.

      The concert will take place tonight, Tuesday, May 9, at the Times Union Center. Doors open for the show at 6:30 p.m. Restless Streets will take the stage at 7 p.m. Tickets are still available at ticketmaster.com.

      Restless Streets has already toured the United States three times and has just released their third album, “Together,” which is available through ITunes and Apple Music. Physical copies are available at www.merchnow.com/catalogs/restless-streets. The band’s Facebook page with the latest updates is at facebook.com/RESTLESSSTREETS/.

  • 2017 Dr. Joseph J. Bulmer for Award in Excellence in Library Research recipient announced
    - Posted on May 9, 2017
    • The Dwight Marvin Library faculty is pleased to announce the recipient of the the 2016-17 Dr. Joseph J. Bulmer for Award in Excellence in Library Research.

      This year’s honor goes to Thomas Michael Smith for his paper, Few New Antibiotics: Even in the Face of Antibiotic Resistance, submitted in fulfillment of requirements for English Composition, under the direction of Assistant Professor Sara Tedesco.

      Thomas’s research paper, focusing on the declining effectiveness of antibiotics in infection management, included a well-balanced combination of library resources and credible Web sites in proper Modern Language Association (MLA 8) format. Tom self-nominated his paper for the Award, followed by Professor Tedesco’s confirmation of a grade of “A.”

      For more information on Bulmer Award criteria, deadline policies and previous recipients, visit the Dr. Joseph J. Bulmer Award for Excellence in Library Research guide, or contact Librarian Val Waldin.

      Thomas will be recognized this Friday evening at the Student Honors and Awards ceremony in the McDonough Complex, in the commencement program, on a perpetual plaque in the Dwight Marvin Library Learning Commons, and will receive a monetary award administered by The Foundation.

      Congratulations to all of our nominees and their professors who continue to mentor and encourage excellence at Hudson Valley!

      STUDENT   /     PROFESSOR       /      TITLE OF PAPER
      Aimee Rabine / Jim LaBate / End of Life Decision / English Composition
      Amber Lightner / Carla Gundermann / Human Identification: The Beginning and the Continuance / Forensic Science
      Boukemin Tanon / Jim LaBate School Uniforms Should be Required / English Composition
      Cailee Navarro / Sara Tedesco / Animal Agriculture: The Devastating Environmental Impacts / English Composition
      Carissa Seror / Sara Tedesco / Contributing Factors of the Increased Tension Between the United States and the Russian Federation / English Composition
      Christopher Putnam / Sushmita Chatterji / Too Much to Lose / English Composition
      Deborah Brannan / Noah Kucij / I Promise I Am Not a Pyromaniac: The Causes of Human Fascination with Fire / English Composition
      Jade El Khoury / Todd Wysocki / Men’s Body Image and The Media / General Psychology
      Jennifer A. Edwards / Shawn Hunziker / Dyslexia: Thinking it is Reading Backwards is Backwards Thinking / Education
      Jessica Rodgers / Karen Nash / Human Trafficking Throughout the World / English Composition
      Jessica Szumowski / Sara Tedesco / Difficulties People with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities Face in Gaining Employment / English Composition
      John Keis / Danica A Nowosielski / Uranium / Chemistry
      Kacie Rischbieter / Josh Kohan /  Frank Pantridge: A Life Saver / English Composition
      Katelyn Pohlmann / Noah Kucij /50 Shades of Gray Matter-The Effects of Colors on the Brain / English Composition
      Kierstyn Higgins / Megeen Mulholland / The Banning of To Kill a Mockingbird / English Composition
      Laura Ciotoli / Danica A Nowosielski / The Wonders of Helium / Chemistry
      Mackenzie Schweikert / Megeen Mulholland / Book Banning: Scandalously Good Literature / English Composition
      Matt Moran / Danica A Nowosielski / The Smallest of Them All: H1 / Chemistry
      Meagan Bonesteel / Sara Tedesco / The Heroin Epidemic / English Composition
      Michael Fiore / Todd Wysocki / Muscle Dysmorphia in Men / General Psychology
      Nate Sunderhaft / Jennifer Austin / Epidemic of Heroin Addiction / English Composition
      Nathan Whiting / Julie Demers / Net Neutrality: The Economic and Societal Effects of Its Possible Repeal / English Composition
      Shamus Chowenhill / Danica A Nowosielski / Werner Heisenberg (1901-1976) / Chemistry
      Shane Lewis / Danica A Nowosielski / Tungsten and its Uses / Chemistry
      Shawna Fitzsimmons / Marina Gore / Painting, Poetry, and Pot Roast: A Recipe for Reflection / English Composition
      Sheldon Wayman / Danica A Nowosielski / Sir Isaac Newton / Chemistry
      Zaish Sadiq / Lynn Kinlan / What are the Significant Effects of the Indian- Subcontinent Partition of 1947? / English Composition

  • Journalism Internship has seats available for Fall 2017
    - Posted on May 8, 2017
    • The English, Foreign Languages, and English as a Second Language Department has seats available in Journalism Internship (ENGL 134 – CRN 17457) with Instructor M. Palmara.

      Students engage in a supervised internship in news and public relations agencies.  Placement assignments will be arranged by the student intern with the consent of the supervising instructor. Students may consult the instructor for suggestions, or they may present options of their own. This is a 3 credit course. Prerequisite:  ENGL 101, Composition I and ENGL 130, Journalism and/or approval by department chair.

      Thank you,

      Kris Lewis
      Technical Assistant
      BRN 035A
      629-7385

  • Additional Summer Section of Online Comp II (ENGL 102) open
    - Posted on May 8, 2017
    • The English, Foreign Languages, and English as a Second Language Department has opened an additional Online section of English Composition II for summer 2017.

      CRN 42505 (ENGL 102/Section 352) — ONLINE
      Part of Term 3 (5/22/17 – 8/11/17)
      Instructor: A. Podlaski

      Thank you,
      Kris Lewis
      Technical Assistant
      BRN 035A
      629-7385

       

       

       

  • Thank you to those who completed the Instructional Video survey
    - Posted on May 8, 2017
    • Many of you responded and gave your opinions, so thank you for your time and effort. It is much appreciated !

      The gift certificate winners have been selected and notified via their Hudson Valley Community College email. If you participated, check your email!

  • Lt. Governor on campus today (May 8) to host Q&A about the Excelsior Scholarship
    - Posted on May 8, 2017
    • New York State Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul will be on campus at 4:15 p.m. Monday, May 8 in the Dwight Marvin Library to conduct a 30-minute discussion and Q&A session about the state’s Excelsior Scholarship program.

      All students, faculty and staff are welcome and encouraged to attend to learn more about this new initiative aimed at making college more affordable and alleviating the burden of student debt.

      A live stream of the event is available at https://livestream.com/hvccstreaming/LTGov.

      Please view this flyer for more details.

      If are able to attend, an RSVP is requested at LG.Schedule@exec.ny.gov.

  • Tips to finishing the semester STRONG
    - Posted on May 8, 2017
    • Greetings Students,

      As the semester comes to an end and finals are underway, you may be noticing an increase in stress and anxiety as you are finishing those last exams, papers, and projects. The staff at the Wellness Center wanted to provide you with some quick easy tips to finish the semester strong.

      Get plenty of quality sleep:

      • Develop a nightly routine.
      • Create a relaxing environment for yourself (temperature, aroma, level of light in room, etc.).
      • Avoid looking at phone, computer, and TV screens at least 30 minutes before going to sleep, as the blue light signals to your brain to be awake.
      • Utilize progressive muscle relaxation and deep breathing to relax your body before bed.
      • Mind still racing from studying and thinking about tasks to complete or errands to run the next day? Keep a pad of paper and a pen next to your bed to physically get your thoughts out of your head, and it provides a reminder for yourself in the morning.

      Eat quality nutritious food:

      • Avoid excessive use of caffeine. Caffeine can stay in your system for up to eight hours, impacting your ability to sleep at night. Studies have shown that going for a quick walk or going up and down a flight of stairs a few times provides the mental boost and alertness equivalent to or greater than a cup of coffee or soda.
      • Eating healthy, nutritious, well balanced meals and snacks to promote overall wellness.
      • Remember to eat a nutritious breakfast to jump start your metabolism and start your morning off right.
      • Have healthy snacks (fruits, vegetables, nuts, granola or protein bars) available not only during study time, but also prior to a final exam, presentation, or completing a paper as working on an empty stomach can impact one’s mental alertness and focus.

      Be mindful of your mental health:

      • Utilize positive self-talk to increase your intrinsic motivation. Remind yourself of your goals to assist you in feeling motivated to study and finish you final projects.
      • Excessive stress can lead to an increase in anxiety and depression and can exacerbate preexisting mental health symptoms.
      • Utilize positive coping skills to manage and reduce your stress and finish the semester strong.
      • Make a study schedule, be sure to include short breaks to rest, have a healthy snack, and walk around to promote mental clarity and focus.
      • Utilize deep breathing, imagery, mindfulness and meditation to relax and calm your mind of any stress-related or anxiety provoking thoughts.
      • Engage in regular exercise, even going on a quick five minute walk once an hour can revitalize your mind and promote successful studying and productive work.
      • Be sure to engage in self-care activities/hobbies to refuel your mind and body and take a break from studying or completing end of the semester projects and papers.

      Stop by the Wellness Center in the Siek Campus Center, CTR 270, to seek additional support for physical or mental health concerns that will assist you in finishing the semester strong. Best of luck on final exams, papers, and projects and congratulations to our graduates of the class of 2017!

      Best Wishes,

      Wellness Center Staff
      CTR 270

      518-629-7320 — Counseling Services
      518-629-7468 — Health Services

  • Addressing concerns about “13 Reasons Why”
    - Posted on May 8, 2017
    • Dear Students, Faculty and Staff,

      The counseling services staff at the Wellness Center would like to address public concerns related to the book and recently released Netflix series “13 Reasons Why.” Many of you have heard about or seen the series, but for those who haven’t, the book and series portrays a 17-year-old girl who commits suicide and leaves behind audio recordings for 13 people who, she says, in some ways were part of why she killed herself.

      • You may have similar experiences and thoughts as some of the characters in “13 Reasons Why,” as people often identify with characters they see on TV or read about in a book. However, it is important to remember that there are healthy ways to cope with the topics covered in “13 Reasons Why,” which will be provided to you within this email.
      • Suicide is NOT a typical response to life’s challenges or adversity. The vast majority of people experiencing the same situations as the characters in the book and series, typically talk to others, seek help or find other productive and positive ways of coping.
      • It is important to know that, in spite of the portrayal of a serious treatment failure in “13 Reasons Why,” there are many treatment options for life challenges, distress, and mental illness. Treatment does work.
      • Hannah’s (the main character) tapes blame others for her suicide.  Suicide is never the fault of survivors of suicide loss. There are resources and support groups for suicide loss survivors.
      • How the guidance counselor in “13 Reasons Why” responds to Hannah’s thoughts of suicide is not appropriate and not typical of most counselors. Mental health counselors and professionals at school and in the community are a trustworthy source of help. If your experience with a counselor at school or in the community is unhelpful, seek other sources of support such as a different counselor or a crisis hotline. The National Suicide Prevention Hotline is available at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or text “START” to 741741.
      • While not everyone will know what to say or have a helpful reactions, there are people who do, so keep trying to find someone who will help you. The Wellness Center at Hudson Valley Community College is available to all students for counseling, as well as offering referrals to community resources when necessary. If someone tells you they are suicidal, take them seriously and get help. It is important not to judge the individual who shares their thoughts of suicide with you. Listen. Be caring and kind. Offer to stay with them. Offer to go with them to get help or contact a crisis line.
      • Suicide affects everyone and everyone can do something to help if they see or hear warning signs that someone is at risk of suicide. Suicide warning signs include the following:
        • Suicide threats, both direct (“I am going to kill myself.” “I need to end my life.”) and indirect (“I need it to stop.” “I wish I could fall asleep and never wake up.”). Threats can be verbal or written, and they often can be found in online postings on social media.
        • Giving away prized possessions.
        • Preoccupation with death in conversation, writing, drawing, and social media.
        • Changes in behavior, appearance/hygiene, thoughts, and/or feelings. This can include someone who is typically sad who suddenly becomes extremely happy.
        • Emotional distress.

      Suicide is never a heroic or romantic act. Suicide is NOT a solution to any problem. It is important to keep in mind that the book and series “13 Reasons Why” was created for entertainment purposes. Suicide can be a difficult topic to discuss. If you are having thoughts of suicide, know of someone who is having thoughts of suicide or want to know more about suicide prevention and support seek out the resources below for assistance. Suicide IS preventable. Reach out to the college and community resources listed below should you or someone you know have thoughts of suicide. There are professionals ready to help you. If you have any questions feel free to stop by Counseling Services at the Wellness Center (CTR 270).

      Local
      Wellness Center Counseling Services
      Hudson Valley Community College, CTR 270

      Samaritan Hospital Crisis Center
      2215 Burdett Avenue, Troy, NY 12180
      518-271-3540

      Capital District Psychiatric Center
      75 New Scotland Ave, Albany, NY 12208
      518-549-6000

      CDPC Crisis Hotline: 518-447-9650

      The Samaritans — Suicide Prevention Center: 518-689-HOPE (4673)

      National
      National Suicide Lifeline Available 24/7: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
      Text “START” to 741741

      Visit StopASuicide.org to learn more about suicide prevention and additional resources

      Best Wishes,
      Counseling Services Staff at the Wellness Center

      References
      Suicide Awareness Voices of Education, www.save.org
      The Jed Foundation, www.jedfoundation.org

  • Arm of the Sea Theater brings kid-friendly, free show to campus on Saturday, May 6
    - Posted on May 5, 2017
    • Arm of the Sea Theater presents “DIRT – The Secret Life of Soil,” the newest of the company’s live mask and puppet productions, on Saturday, May 6. The noon performance, open free of charge to the public, is in the Maureen Stapleton Theatre.

      “DIRT” is a theatrical experience for all ages that combines over-sized masks and puppet characters (12” to 12’ tall!), visual storytelling and live music in a fun-filled tale about the secret life of soil. Where does food “come from” and from what is it made? Fusing cutting-edge science and age-old puppetry, “DIRT” takes audiences on an extravagant journey of discovery into the Great Underneath to reveal the epic alchemy of plants, the fungi’s dance of mutual delight, and the microbes’ herculean labors, reminding mere mortals just how important soil is to survival.

      Presented by the Cultural Affairs Program.

       

  • Center for Academic Engagement Awards
    - Posted on May 5, 2017
    • The Center for Academic Engagement’s mission is to create confident, independent and successful learners. Each semester we acknowledge a select group of students who epitomize our mission as recipients of the Center for Academic Engagement Award. These honorees are students, who work hard academically and/or help engage their peers to do the same.

      This award is a token of recognition for their hard work, commitment to their academics, and impact on their peers and the staff of the CAE. We commend their initiative and perseverance.

      The Center for Academic Engagement is proud to announce the following students have received this Spring’s Engagement Award:

      •    Nigel Harris (GAP award)
      •    Niko Culnan
      •    Cody Stockwell
      •    Ryan Shumway
      •    Chaneil Thomas
      •    Susan Steffek

      The following students are receiving a Certificate of Appreciation for all of their hard work and time invested in helping other students become academically successful:

      •    Andrew Edwards
      •    Jordan Holmes
      •    Nick Teitter
      •    Stanley Azor
      •    Fred Johnson

      In addition, we selected Dr. Ann Geisendorfer for the Faculty/Staff Appreciation Recipient. Since the CAE’s inception, she has supported our programming and referred her students. We at the CAE, are extremely grateful for all of her support for this office and our services.

      We congratulate everyone on a successful semester!

      The CAE Team

  • Civil, Construction, Industrial, and Mechanical Technologies Department Awards Ceremony
    - Posted on May 4, 2017
    • The following students were honored May 3 at the Civil, Construction, Industrial, and Mechanical Technologies Department Awards Ceremony.

      Congratulations to all inductees and recipients!

      Tau Alpha Pi Inductees
      Hajar Alrifai
      Graig Bell
      Matthew Cherry
      Jamie Craigie
      Anthony DeChance
      Anthony DeGregorio
      Luke Dupuis
      John Hitchcock, Jr.
      Thomas Keyes
      Jacob Koch
      Nicholas LaGrange
      William Lindemann
      Kenny Mathieu
      Patrick McMillen
      Jesse Miner
      Debora Nova
      Zachary Ogden
      Jacob Papas
      Alejandra Pinto Torres
      Jonathan Seim
      Kyle Sleurs
      Charles Tryon
      Raymond Vogel III
      Thomas Walker

      Outstanding Architectural Technology Student Award
      Alejandra Pinto Torres

      BBL Construction Services Award
      Anthony DeGregorio
      Nicholas LaGrange

      Outstanding Construction Certificate Student Award
      Brandon Caster

      Outstanding Construction Technology Student Award
      Corey Mercer

      Outstanding Mechanical Engineering Technology Student Award
      Jamie Craigie

      Outstanding Civil Engineering Student Award
      Stacy Phelps

      RPI: The Award for Excellence
      Debora Nova
      Charles Tryon

      Dr. Leonard Spiegel Memorial Award Fund
      Charles Tryon

       

  • Check out the final new website redesign concept/prototype
    - Posted on May 4, 2017
    • We are excited to share the final concept for the website homepage that we have been working on with our partner, iFactory for the past 6 months. This concept/prototype was shared at the April 25 town hall meeting and at the April 25 Board of Trustees meeting.

      Please keep in mind when reviewing the concept/prototype homepage that some of the video, text and images are placeholders and not final, but will give you a sense of the type of look the final site will have. It also is not a fully programmed webpage, so there will be additional motion, interaction, etc. in the final version.

      The link to review the homepage is http://atlantis.ifactory.com/hvcc/prototype/.

      Any questions about this project may be directed to Sandi Eyerman and Halea Dickinson at editor@hvcc.edu.

      Thank you!

      Sandi Eyerman, Web Coordinator
      Halea Dickinson, Lead Web Developer

      Web Redesign Project Schedule

      • Discovery and Strategy: Nov. 2016 – Jan. 2017
      • Information Architecture: Dec. 2016 – Feb. 2017
      • Design: Feb. – May 2017
      • Front End HTML: May – July 2017
      • Back End Coding: July – Aug. 2017
      • Content Migration: Aug. – Dec. 2017
      • Launch of New Site: Early Jan. 2018
  • Beatles’ expert “deconstructs” Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” today (May 4) at 11 a.m.!
    - Posted on May 4, 2017
    • Scott Freiman, the composer and musician who may be best known for “deconstructing” Beatles’ albums, is on campus Thursday, May 4 in the BTC Auditorium. His 11 a.m. in-depth, multimedia exploration of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is open and free to all.

      Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is “the greatest album of all time,” according to Rolling Stone magazine, describing it as “the most important rock & roll album ever made, an unsurpassed adventure in concept, sound, songwriting, cover art and studio technology by the greatest rock & roll group of all time.” Freiman examines Sgt. Pepper from many angles, exploring the history behind the music and leading his audiences on an amazing journey into the creative process of The Beatles’ performances and recording sessions. His presentation is an eye (and ear) opener even for die-hard Beatles’ fans, who already recognize Sgt. Pepper as a masterpiece, and fosters a newfound appreciation for the incredible talents of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr.

      Presented by the Cultural Affairs Program.

  • Post your advice or a kind word in the library
    - Posted on May 4, 2017
    • Congrats to the Class of 2017. Your journey has just begun. Spread your wings and fly!Dwight Marvin Library is starting a new tradition. Before the semester ends, jot a parting word on a sticky note and post it on the wall!

      Congratulations to the Class of 2017!  Post a word of advice on how to be successful at Hudson Valley to underclassmen or to new students.

      Others: Post a kind word of advice to our graduates!If you skip class you definitely won't do well! :)

      Go to Spring and Fall Fest

       

       

       

       

      Best wishes for a successful end to the academic year from the staff of Dwight Marvin Library and the Instructional Media Center.

  • Open Forums Today (Wednesday, May 3) with Presidential Search Firm
    - Posted on May 3, 2017
    • Good morning:

      The campus community is invited to participate in today’s open forum listening sessions with representatives from Isaacson, Miller regarding the presidential search process. All forums will be held in the Siek Campus Center, Room 150.

      1:15-2:00 p.m.
      Open Forum for all Faculty
      2:00-2:30 p.m.
      Open forum for all Students
      2:45-3:30 p.m.
      Open forum for all Staff
      3:30-4:15 p.m.
      General Open Forum

      A newly-created webpage dedicated to the presidential search can be accessed at:
      http://www.hvcc.edu/presidentialsearch/index.html

      On that page, you will find the memo from Board Chair Neil Kelleher that outlines the goals of the listening sessions, as well as a listing of the members of the Presidential search committee.  Please check the page for periodic updates.

       

  • 24th AMT Capstone Ceremony is Thursday, May 11
    - Posted on May 3, 2017
    • 24th annual
      Advanced Manufacturing Technology Capstone Ceremony

      Thursday, May 11 — Noon to 1:15 p.m.
      Bulmer Telecommunications Center Auditorium

      All are welcome to attend.

      Advanced manufacturing industry leaders from around the region and the US will attend the ceremony, honoring this year’s AMT Capstone Project seniors.

      Approximately $3,000 in cash awards will be presented to student winners and 18 customized working Capstone Models worth approximately $100K will be presented to the program’s corporate sponsors.

      With a leadership challenge gift of $1 million from the Gene Haas Foundation in August 2015, the college is anticipating construction of the Gene F. Haas Center for Advanced Manufacturing Skills. The planned 40,000 square foot, state-of-the-art building will be the most complete, advanced, operational manufacturing and technology educational, training and resource center in the United States. Haas Automation builds CNC machine tools for manufacturing.

  • Blackboard Test-Taking Tips
    - Posted on May 2, 2017
    • If you are taking final exams in Blackboard, the odds are that some of you will encounter issues while taking your exams. Fortunately, you can go a long way toward avoiding problems when taking tests in Blackboard if you follow this top-10 list of Blackboard test-taking tips:

      1. Use a wired internet connection, rather than a wireless connection.
      2. Use a computer, rather than a mobile device, when taking a test in Bb (unless your instructor confirms that the test is mobile-compatible).
      3. Use FireFox when taking a test in Bb.
      4. Clear your browser history and cache before taking a test (How do I do that?).
      5. Make sure your browser window is maximized.
      6. Don’t have multiple tabs open in your browser.
      7. Have pop-up blocking enabled on your browser.
      8. Try not to have other applications open when you take tests in Bb.
      9. Don’t have multiple Bb sessions open at the same time.
      10. Log out of Bb and log back in before taking your test, so that you start the test with a fresh Bb session.

      Please feel free to contact the Distance Learning Office (629-7070 / DLHelp@hvcc.edu) if you have any questions about this!

  • Submit to the 15 Mins Max Student Film Festival!
    - Posted on May 2, 2017
    • The 6th annual 15 Minutes Max Student Film Festival is open for submissions. The festival is open to high school and college students within 50 miles of Albany.

      Hudson Valley students have been winners at the festival for the past two years!

      If you like to make short films, music videos, documentaries, PSAs, or animation,  submit to the festival! Submissions cannot exceed 15 minutes. They should be PG-13 and free from copyright infringement. Only one submission per person is allowed.

      The deadline is Friday, May 12, by 11:59 p.m.

      For more information, please visit: https://15minmax.wordpress.com/

  • Local electronic waste recycling locations
    - Posted on May 2, 2017
    • Hudson Valley Community College is not hosting an electronics recycle event this year. However, most towns and municipalities in the Capital District now accept electronics waste “E-Waste” for recycle. Additionally, many private organizations accept E-Waste.

      If you are looking for a location to dispose of unwanted electronics, a listing by county and a website searchable by zip code are provided at the links below.  Note that each location may only accept certain types of wastes. Also, please call first to ensure that your waste will be accepted.

      NYS DEC listing by county: http://www.dec.ny.gov/docs/materials_minerals_pdf/ewcosites.pdf

      EWaste+ website searchable by zip code: http://www.ewaste.com/drop-off/

  • Beatles’ expert “deconstructs” Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” on May 4
    - Posted on May 1, 2017
    • Scott Freiman, the composer and musician who may be best known for “deconstructing” Beatles’ albums, is on campus Thursday, May 4 in the BTC Auditorium. His 11 a.m. in-depth, multimedia exploration of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is open and free to all.

      Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is “the greatest album of all time,” according to Rolling Stone magazine, describing it as “the most important rock & roll album ever made, an unsurpassed adventure in concept, sound, songwriting, cover art and studio technology by the greatest rock & roll group of all time.” Freiman examines Sgt. Pepper from many angles, exploring the history behind the music and leading his audiences on an amazing journey into the creative process of The Beatles’ performances and recording sessions. His presentation is an eye (and ear) opener even for die-hard Beatles’ fans, who already recognize Sgt. Pepper as a masterpiece, and fosters a newfound appreciation for the incredible talents of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr.

      Presented by the Cultural Affairs Program.

  • 29th Annual Special Program Awards Ceremony on Friday, May 5
    - Posted on May 1, 2017
    • The campus community is invited to the 29th annual Special Programs Awards Ceremony from noon to 1 p.m. on Friday, May 5, in the BTC Auditorium.

      More than 150 students enrolled in the college’s Center for Access and Assistive Technology (CAAT), Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), Graduation Achievement Placement (GAP), and the International Student Affairs Department will be recognized for their academic achievements. The students also have completed degree requirements for their associate’s degree and will participate in the May 13 commencement ceremony.

      Angelica A. Morris, executive director of the Schenectady County Human Rights Commission, will be the guest speaker. Morris is member of the Class of 1999.

      Kathleen Petley, college registrar,  will be honored with the Life Time Achievement Award  for over 30 years of excellence in professional service to the students, faculty and staff at Hudson Valley Community College.

      For more information, contact Louis Coplin at 629-4843.

  • Athletics weekly update
    - Posted on May 1, 2017
    • Last Week’s Athletics Results

      Lacrosse (6-5) ends the season with a loss to No. 4 Tompkins-Cortland, 13-12, in overtime during the Region 3 sub-regional game.

      Baseball (20-12) split the day against Mohawk Valley losing 4-5 in the first game and won the second game, 2-1, on Thursday. Over the weekend, the Vikings swept Columbia-Greene, winning 15-4 and 4-3 on Saturday. Sunday saw similar results as the men won 9-3 and 15-4.

      Softball (7-11) split the day against Columbia-Greene on Thursday, winning game one, 5-4, and losing game two, 1-5.  On Sunday, the Vikings lost to Genesee, 7-10 and 7-8.

      Upcoming Week

      Baseball (20-12) travel to Mohawk Valley Saturday at 1 p.m. The Vikings host Jefferson on Sunday at noon.

      Softball (7-11) hosts Mohawk Valley for a doubleheader on Tuesday at 3 p.m. The Vikings travel to Finger Lakes on Thursday at 3 p.m., home on Friday against Adirondack at 3 p.m., and then host Jefferson Sunday for the final game of the regular season.

  • PRIME Cafe specials for May 1 through May 5
    - Posted on May 1, 2017
    • Monday, May 1
      Grill Breakfast: Huevos Rancheros with Brisket; $4.49
      Pizza: White Pizza with Broccoli and Tomato
      Chef’s Corner: Cajun Turkey Over Rice and Beans with Mango Salsa; $5.99
      Grill: Buffalo Chicken Eggrolls with Blue Cheese; $3.99
      PRIME-ito: Short Rib Burrito – Peppers, Onion, Sour Cream, Lettuce, Cheddar, Pico de Gallo; $6.99
      Soup: Beef Vegetable

      Tuesday, May 2  
      Grill Breakfast: Sausage, Egg, Cheese on Two Glazed Doughnuts; $3.99
      Pizza: Stuffed Crust
      Chef’s Corner: Beef Tips over Noodles with Mushrooms; $5.49
      Grill: Island Turkey Panini – Mango Salsa, Tomato, Red onion; $6.99
      PRIME-ito: Fish Tacos – Pico de Gallo, Lettuce, Pickled Slaw, Lime Crema; $6.49
      Soup: Manhattan Clam Chowder

      Wednesday, May 3
      Grill Breakfast: Fire House Chicken Omelet – Diced Tomato, Parsley, Potatoes, Cheddar; $4.49
      Pizza: Burrito Pizza – Brisket, Peppers, Onions, lettuce, Tomato, Sour cream
      Chef’s Corner: Vegetable Lasagna with Garlic Stick; $5.99
      Grill: Smokehouse Panini – Brisket, Pico, Apple BBQ, Melted Cheddar w/ Fries; $6.49
      PRIME-ito: Smoked Chicken Bowl – Rice & Beans, Pico, Guacamole, Corn Salsa, Buttermilk Ranch; $6.99
      Soup: Sausage & Pepper

      Thursday, May 4
      Grill Breakfast: “Lumberjack Omelet” 3 Eggs, Bacon, Ham, Sausage with Cheddar over a Pancake; $4.99
      Pizza: Margherita Pizza
      Chef’s Corner: Pasta Bolognese; $5.99
      Grill: Smoked Chicken Quesadilla; $6.49
      PRIME-ito: Braised Brisket Taco Bowl; $6.99
      Soup: Smoked Chicken Chowder

      Friday, May 5
      Grill Breakfast: Hole in One with Choice of Meat; $4.99
      Pizza: Grilled Vegetable with Feta Cheese
      Chef Corner: Kielbasa w/ Pierogies, Onions, and Sauerkraut; $5.99
      Grill: Crab Cake with Lettuce, Tomato, Remoulade Side of Onion Ring; $6.49
      PRIME-ito: Turkey, Smoked Mozzarella, Spinach, Tomato, Basil Mayo Burrito; $6.49
      Soup: Chef’s Choice

       

  • Bookstore’s annual clothing sale begins Monday, May 1
    - Posted on April 28, 2017
    • The Viking Cove’s Bookstore hosts its annual clothing sale beginning Monday, May 1 and ending Friday, May 12. All apparel is 20% off.

      Shop early for the best selection!

General News Releases and Media Advisories

Capital District Educational Opportunity Center Celebrates 51st Annual Graduation Ceremony

College Offers New Community Health Navigation Degree and Certificate for Fall 2017

Hudson Valley Community College Welcomes Special Olympics Summer Games

Antoinette Howard Named Chairperson of Teacher Preparation Department at Hudson Valley Community College

Lt. Governor Congratulates Graduates of the Capital Region's Clean Technologies and Sustainable Industries Early College High School

Wegmans School of Pharmacy at St. John Fisher College Announces Early Assurance Program for Hudson Valley Students

Excelsior Scholarship Application Period is June 7 - July 21, 2017

Surgical Technology Program Receives Accreditation

Spring 2017 Dean's List Announced

Spring 2017 President's List Announced

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Athletic News Releases

Alvey Inducted in the NJCAA Hockey Coaches Hall of Fame

Baseball Finishes 2nd at Region 3 Tournament

Baseball Defeats Onondaga and Moves on to Final Four

Mandigo Earns All-Conference

Baseball Splits with Onondaga

Baseball Takes Two from Jefferson

Softball Loses to Finger Lakes

2016-17 Athletics Award Winners

Baseball Sweeps Columbia-Greene

Softball Falls to Genesee

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Upcoming Events

Jun 28 - Surplus Sale

Jun 28 - Academic Advisement/Community Outreach

Jun 29 - EOC Graduation Ceremony

Jun 30 - Summer Session 2 and 4 Classes End

Jul 3 - Summer Session 6 Classes Begin

Jul 4 - Holiday – College Closed

Jul 5 - Academic Advisement/Community Outreach

Jul 12 - Instant Admission Day

Jul 12 - Academic Advisement/Community Outreach

Jul 13 - Women’s Soccer Pre-season Meeting

Jul 17 - 23rd Annual U.W. Marx Golf Classic

Jul 17 - Women’s Volleyball Pre-season Meeting

Jul 18 - Women’s Tennis Pre-season Meeting

Jul 18 - The 9th Annual Taste of Malta

Jul 19 - Instant Admission Day at Albany Extension Center

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