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Student Announcements
  • HVCC Novel Bunch on Monday, March 27: “Noon at Tiffany’s”
    - Posted on March 24, 2017
    • Join the HVCC Novel Bunch for an exploration of Echo Herron’s 2012 historical biographical work, Noon at Tiffany’s.

      IN THE SUMMER OF 1888, Clara Wolcott, a daring young artist from Ohio, walked into Louis Tiffany’s Manhattan office to interview for a job as a designer. For the next 21 years, her pivotal role in his multi-million dollar empire remained one of Tiffany’s most closely guarded secrets — a secret that when revealed 118 years later sent the international art world into a tailspin.

      Torn between his obsession with Clara and his lust for success, Tiffany resorts to desperate measures to keep her creative genius under his command. Clara cleverly navigates both her turbulent relationship with Tiffany and the rigid rules of Victorian and Edwardian societies, in order to embrace all the adventure and romance turn-of-the-century New York City has to offer.

      Basing her story on a recently discovered cache of letters written between 1888 and 1944, New York Times bestselling author Echo Heron artfully blends fact with fiction to draw the reader into the remarkable life of one of America’s most prolific and extraordinary women artists: Clara Wolcott Driscoll, the hidden genius behind the iconic Tiffany lamps.

      When: Monday, March 27 at 2 p.m.
      Where: Dwight Marvin Library Multipurpose Room, 2nd floor

      For more information contact Anne LaBelle, 629-7384 or a.labelle@hvcc.edu.

  • Important graduation deadlines!
    - Posted on March 23, 2017
    • Spring 2017 and Summer 2017 Degree/Certificate Application Deadlines

      This is a reminder that the degree/certificate application deadlines for Spring 2017and Summer 2017 graduation are as follows:

      Spring 2017 — Fri., Mar. 31, 2017
      Summer 2017 — Thu., Jun. 15, 2017

      If you plan on graduating either in May or August, a completed degree/certificate application must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office by the appropriate deadline as noted above. Please note that a completed degree/certificate application requires department chairperson/advisor signature. Applications received after the noted date will be considered for graduation for the following semester (i.e., a spring application received on April 1 will be considered a Summer 2017 application and a summer application received on June 16 will be considered a Fall 2017 application).

      Important Note: Summer 2017 graduates are invited to the May Commencement ceremony. This will be the only commencement ceremony that you can attend. If you wish to participate and have your name appear in the Commencement program, you must have a completed degree/certificate application submitted by the March 31 deadline.

      Degree/Certificate application web link: https://www.hvcc.edu/catalog/policies/gradreqs.html.

      This Degree Application Deadline reminder has been posted to the Student Announcement Board, the digital monitors, and a reminder email was sent to all students at their Hudson Valley Community College email account.

  • BLSU Women’s History Month Panel on Empowering Women
    - Posted on March 22, 2017
    • The Black and Latino Student Union
      is sponsoring

      A Women’s History Month Panel
      on Empowering Women

      Thursday, March 30 from 1 to 3 p.m.
      Siek Campus Center, Room 204
      Lunch will be served!

      Feel free to come before or after class.

      Panel members will tell the audience about themselves and share their experiences.
      A question and answer period will follow.

      Our guests include

      Vanessa Colon
      Alumni, Senior Talent Acquisition Strategist, EYP Architecture & Engineering

      Carolyn Slade
      Director of Justice Involved Supportive Housing

      Ada Harper
      Founder of 518black

      Amani Olugbala
      Artivist and Urban Farmer

       

  • Annual Memorial Service planned for Monday, April 10
    - Posted on March 21, 2017
    • Hudson Valley Community College will hold its Annual Memorial Service at 2 p.m. on Monday, April 10 in the BTC Auditorium. All are invited to attend.

      The service will remember students, faculty, staff, retirees, former employees and board members, who have passed away during the past academic year. If you are aware of anyone that should appear in the listing below, please email their name to me at e.maloney@hvcc.edu.

      As of this date, we will recognize:

      Students
      Paige Ahearn
      Stephanie Batchler
      Matthew Castillo
      Sean Craig
      Kayla Urrey

      Faculty, Staff, Retirees, Board Members
      Eugene Cardamone
      Bette Frisino
      Joyce Harley
      Dorothy Mason
      Edward Nash
      Aubrey Primeau
      Claire Ryan
      Ryan Stadler
      James Walsh
      Barbara Wolff

      There will be an opportunity for all in attendance to cite the names of loved ones who have died during the past year, so that they also may be remembered at the ceremony.

  • Thanks for supporting the Viking!
    - Posted on March 20, 2017
    • Thank you for voting for the Hudson Valley Community College Viking in Mascot Madness. The Viking gave a valiant effort in its narrow defeat to the Buffalo State Bengal. Fear not, the Viking will be back next year!

  • Mindfulness Meditation on Tuesdays at noon
    - Posted on March 20, 2017
    • All are welcome to join our Mindfulness Meditation group on Tuesdays at noon in the Interfaith Prayer Room (Siek Campus Center, room 220). Participants will be introduced to the practice of Mindfulness Meditation through guided practice and group discussion. Sessions last between 10 and 20 minutes.

      Mindfulness Meditation is simply the practice of intentionally focusing your attention on the present moment, without judgement. Mindfulness meditation promotes mental and physical health. It is especially beneficial in our busy world today.

      For information, contact Debby Gardner at d.gardner@hvcc.edu or 629-8071.

  • Attention Composition I students: writing assistance sessions scheduled
    - Posted on March 20, 2017
    • Additional Writing Assistance Available for Composition I Students
      Who Are Working on Their Final Research Paper for Composition I

      Beginning Tuesday, March 28th, in addition to the regularly scheduled writing assistance available in the Writing and Research Center, Hudson Valley Composition I instructors will be offering writing assistance for students working on their final research papers required in Composition I.  See schedule below.

      All stages of the writing and research process are welcomed.  However, to maximize assistance, we ask that you please bring a copy of your final project assignment in Composition I as well as any notes, pre-writing materials, drafts, and sources you may have.  It is also recommended that you bring or are able to access an electronic version of your working draft if you have one.

      The Writing and Research Center is located on the 2nd floor of the Marvin Library.  Please remember to bring your ID card.

      Composition I Writing Assistance Schedule

      Tuesdays — March 28, April 4, and April 11
      10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 4 to 6 p.m.

      Wednesdays — March 29, April 5, April 12, and April 19
      10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 4 to 8 p.m.

      Thursdays — March 30, April 6, April 13, and April 20
      10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 4 to 8 p.m.

      Fridays — March 31, April 7, and April 21
      10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

      Saturday, April 8
      10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

  • PRIME Cafe hours for Spring Break
    - Posted on March 20, 2017
    • PRIME Beat in the Siek Campus Center will be open during spring break, March 20-March 24.

      Monday, March 20: 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
      Tuesday, March 21 — Friday, March 24: 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

      PRIME Beat offers grab and go sandwiches, salads, and snacks, smoothies, and espresso beverages.

      Thank you!

  • Veterans Workshop on Tuesday, April 12: Pros and Cons to Joining the Military
    - Posted on March 20, 2017
    • Veteran Peer Mentor Workshop
      Pros and Cons to Joining the Military
      Tuesday, April 12 at 1 p.m.
      Siek Center, room 204

      Learn the good and bad of joining the military from Veterans who have served.
      They will provide an educated insight into the life of the military.
      Veterans from three of the four branches of service
      will be on hand to answer questions that you have.

      Refreshments will be served!

      (This event was rescheduled from March 14
      when the college was closed due to a snow storm.)

  • Important graduation deadlines!
    - Posted on March 20, 2017
    • Spring 2017 and Summer 2017 Degree/Certificate Application Deadlines

      This is a reminder that the degree/certificate application deadlines for Spring 2017and Summer 2017 graduation are as follows:

      Spring 2017 — Fri., Mar. 31, 2017
      Summer 2017 — Thu., Jun. 15, 2017

      If you plan on graduating either in May or August, a completed degree/certificate application must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office by the appropriate deadline as noted above. Please note that a completed degree/certificate application requires department chairperson/advisor signature. Applications received after the noted date will be considered for graduation for the following semester (i.e., a spring application received on April 1 will be considered a Summer 2017 application and a summer application received on June 16 will be considered a Fall 2017 application).

      Important Note: Summer 2017 graduates are invited to the May Commencement ceremony. This will be the only commencement ceremony that you can attend. If you wish to participate and have your name appear in the Commencement program, you must have a completed degree/certificate application submitted by the March 31 deadline.

      Degree/Certificate application web link: https://www.hvcc.edu/catalog/policies/gradreqs.html.

      This Degree Application Deadline reminder has been posted to the Student Announcement Board, the digital monitors, and a reminder email was sent to all students at their Hudson Valley Community College email account.

  • HVCC Novel Bunch: “Noon at Tiffany’s”
    - Posted on March 17, 2017
    • Join the HVCC Novel Bunch for an exploration of Echo Herron’s 2012 historical biographical work, Noon at Tiffany’s.

      IN THE SUMMER OF 1888, Clara Wolcott, a daring young artist from Ohio, walked into Louis Tiffany’s Manhattan office to interview for a job as a designer. For the next 21 years, her pivotal role in his multi-million dollar empire remained one of Tiffany’s most closely guarded secrets — a secret that when revealed 118 years later sent the international art world into a tailspin.

      Torn between his obsession with Clara and his lust for success, Tiffany resorts to desperate measures to keep her creative genius under his command. Clara cleverly navigates both her turbulent relationship with Tiffany and the rigid rules of Victorian and Edwardian societies, in order to embrace all the adventure and romance turn-of-the-century New York City has to offer.

      Basing her story on a recently discovered cache of letters written between 1888 and 1944, New York Times bestselling author Echo Heron artfully blends fact with fiction to draw the reader into the remarkable life of one of America’s most prolific and extraordinary women artists: Clara Wolcott Driscoll, the hidden genius behind the iconic Tiffany lamps.

      When: Monday, March 27 at 2 p.m.
      Where: Dwight Marvin Library Multipurpose Room, 2nd floor

      For more information contact Anne LaBelle, 629-7384 or a.labelle@hvcc.edu.

  • Voices Lecture today, March 16: Art and Photographs for the Blind
    - Posted on March 16, 2017
    • The Voices: A Library Lecture Series Committee is pleased to present “Art and Photographs for the Blind: 3DPhotoWorks” by John Olson on Thursday, March 16 at noon in the BTC Auditorium.

      Reflecting on his career as an award-winning, Vietnam War photographer and world traveler, John Olson set out to develop a means by which the blind and visually impaired could experience art and photographs through the sense of touch. Olson discusses 3DPhotoWorks, his effort to develop a three-dimensional technique to make art tactile.

       

  • Scholarship deadline extended
    - Posted on March 16, 2017
    • Good news! The Foundation Scholarship application deadline has been extended to Monday, March 20.

      There still is time to apply for over 150 scholarships and it’s very easy to apply online at:
      http://www.hvcc.edu/scholarships/returning.html

      All you need is an essay of 250 words or more telling us what your educational career goals are and how receiving a scholarship will help you achieve those goals. The program tells you which scholarships you are eligible for.

      Here are a few scholarships where application levels are low. If you apply, your chances of receiving one of these scholarships is better than average:

      For Automotive majors: Albany Rods & Kustoms, Inc. Scholarship, Harold M. Perkins Automotive Technology Scholarship, Robert J. Kufs Memorial Scholarship, Clarence Charles Sliter, Jr. Memorial Scholarship

      For Civil Engineering or Construction Technology majors: Rensselaer County Association of Town Superintendents of Highways Scholarship, Ryan W. Gardner Memorial Scholarship, Sean Anthony Kelleher Memorial Scholarship, Abbott L. Wiley Scholarship Sponsored by Wiley Bros., Inc.

      For Criminal Justice majors: Raymond J. Stastny Memorial Scholarship, Robert J. McKinley Memorial Scholarship, Michael Such Criminal Justice Scholarship, Professor Ronald Dow Criminal Justice Scholarship

      For EOC graduates: Dr. Joseph J. Bulmer Educational Opportunity (EOC) Scholarship, Hollie Sharp Lainhart Memorial Scholarship

      For Veterans: Marine Sergeant William D. Powers Scholarship, Roy J. McDonald ’67 G.I. Scholarship, Tri-County Council of Vietnam Era Veterans and Gold Star Mothers Scholarship

      For any program:
      The Dewar Foundation Scholarship (Oneonta High School grad)
      John H. and Hazel Hayes Atwater Memorial Scholarship (student with documented disability)
      Kevin H. Davidson Memorial Scholarship (preference for Averill Park grad)
      The Women’s Fund of the Capital Region Scholarship (Female Age 25 or older)
      Madeline P. Feist Scholarship (Student retraining or getting first degree)
      Frank J. Ryan ’69 Memorial Scholarship (Troy High School grad)

  • Important graduation deadlines!
    - Posted on March 16, 2017
    • Spring 2017 and Summer 2017 Degree/Certificate Application Deadlines

      This is a reminder that the degree/certificate application deadlines for Spring 2017and Summer 2017 graduation are as follows:

      Spring 2017 — Fri., Mar. 31, 2017
      Summer 2017 — Thu., Jun. 15, 2017

      If you plan on graduating either in May or August, a completed degree/certificate application must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office by the appropriate deadline as noted above. Please note that a completed degree/certificate application requires department chairperson/advisor signature. Applications received after the noted date will be considered for graduation for the following semester (i.e., a spring application received on April 1 will be considered a Summer 2017 application and a summer application received on June 16 will be considered a Fall 2017 application).

      Important Note: Summer 2017 graduates are invited to the May Commencement ceremony. This will be the only commencement ceremony that you can attend. If you wish to participate and have your name appear in the Commencement program, you must have a completed degree/certificate application submitted by the March 31 deadline.

      Degree/Certificate application web link: https://www.hvcc.edu/catalog/policies/gradreqs.html.

      This Degree Application Deadline reminder has been posted to the Student Announcement Board, the digital monitors, and a reminder email was sent to all students at their Hudson Valley Community College email account.

  • Attention Composition I students
    - Posted on March 13, 2017
    • Additional Writing Assistance Available for Composition I Students
      Who Are Working on Their Final Research Paper for Composition I

      Beginning Tuesday, March 28th, in addition to the regularly scheduled writing assistance available in the Writing and Research Center, Hudson Valley Composition I instructors will be offering writing assistance for students working on their final research papers required in Composition I.  See schedule below.

      All stages of the writing and research process are welcomed.  However, to maximize assistance, we ask that you please bring a copy of your final project assignment in Composition I as well as any notes, pre-writing materials, drafts, and sources you may have.  It is also recommended that you bring or are able to access an electronic version of your working draft if you have one.

      The Writing and Research Center is located on the 2nd floor of the Marvin Library.  Please remember to bring your ID card.

      Composition I Writing Assistance Schedule

      Tuesdays — March 28, April 4, and April 11
      10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 4 to 6 p.m.

      Wednesdays — March 29, April 5, April 12, and April 19
      10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 4 to 8 p.m.

      Thursdays — March 30, April 6, April 13, and April 20
      10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 4 to 8 p.m.

      Fridays — March 31, April 7, and April 21
      10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

      Saturday, April 8
      10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

  • Transfer Fair rescheduled
    - Posted on March 13, 2017
    • The spring Transfer Fair, originally scheduled for Wednesday, March 15 has been rescheduled for Thursday, April 20.

      It will be held on the first floor of the Siek Campus Center from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

  • SUNY’s Mascot Madness begins tomorrow (March 14)!
    - Posted on March 13, 2017
    • The brackets have been released! Of course we are talking about State University of New York (SUNY) Mascot Madness. It’s that time of year again when SUNY pits school mascot against school mascot in a bracketology of school spirit and itchy costumes!

      Round one voting begins Tuesday, March 14 at 1 p.m. as Hudson Valley’s Viking takes on the Bengal of Buffalo State. We need your vote! Go to the SUNY Big Ideas blog to vote starting at 1 p.m. tomorrow! You can vote every twelve hours. Voting closes on Friday, March 17 at noon.

      Only YOU, the students, alumni, fans, and friends of Hudson Valley Community College can decide if we move on to the next round!

      Here’s a look at how the Viking prepared for the competition!

  • Survey: Help Us Refine HVCC’s New Website Design!
    - Posted on March 13, 2017
    • For the past four months, the college has worked with the Boston-based web design company, iFactory, to reimagine the college’s website. We’ve executed surveys, held focus groups and a town hall meeting with students, faculty and staff.

      We are now excited to be entering the “Look and Feel” stage, and we seek/invite your input on design options. Please note these are not the final homepage designs, but depict the first round of design treatments to be refined with your feedback.

      Please share your thoughts to ensure our new website addresses the needs of our primary audience – the prospective student!
      Provide your feedback through this survey by Wednesday, March 15.

      We will revise the design through two more rounds of collaborative work with iFactory. We hope you will be able to attend a review the final design (which will include responsive design for mobile devices) at another town hall meeting on Tuesday, April 25 at 2:30 p.m. in the BTC Auditorium. We will send reminders about this meeting.

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

      Thank you!

      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
  • PRIME Cafe specials for March 13 to 17
    - Posted on March 13, 2017
    • Monday, March 13
      Grill Breakfast: Western Omelet Panini; $4.99
      Pizza: Vegetable Ziti Pizza
      Chef’s Corner: Buffalo Chicken Macaroni & Cheese; $4.99
      Grill: Hot Italian Stallion (Salami, Provolone, Roasted Red peppers, Mustard); $6.99
      PRIME-ito: 9 Layer Beef Burrito; $6.49
      Soup: Beef Vegetable with Rice

      Tuesday, March 14
      Grill Breakfast: 2 Eggs (your way) with Home fries and choice of Meat; $5.49
      Pizza: Chicken Philly Cheesesteak
      Chef’s Corner: Tortellini Carbonara; $5.99
      Grill: Cali Burger (Turkey Burger, Avocado, bacon, Lettuce, Tomato, Cilantro Aioli); $6.99
      PRIME-ito: Asian Chicken Noodle Bowl; $6.99
      Soup: Pasta Faggioli

      Wednesday, March 15
      Grill Breakfast: Farmer’s Sandwich (Eggs, Tomato, Spinach, Swiss); $4.99
      Pizza: Meat Lovers
      Chef’s Corner: Greek Style Chicken w/ Potatoes & Squash; $6.49
      Grill: Mushroom Swiss Burger; $6.99
      PRIME-ito: Fish Tacos (Cilantro, Lime, Pickled Onions, Remoulade); $6.49
      Soup: Cream of Broccoli & Cheddar

      Thursday, March 16
      Grill Breakfast: Bacon & Cheddar Omelet with Home Fries; $4.99
      Pizza: Bella Broccoli
      Chef’s Corner: Beef Tips over Rice; $5.99
      Grill: Pulled Pork Sandwich w/ Coleslaw & Sweet Potato Waffle Fries; $6.99
      PRIME-ito: Chicken & Bean Burrito; $6.99
      Soup: Loaded Potato & Bacon Chowder

      Friday, March 17
      Pizza: Margarita with Grilled Chicken
      Grill: Grilled Turkey (Bacon, Tomato, Swiss, Russian); $6.99
      PRIME-ito: Crispy Chicken Bowl; $6.99
      Soup: Chef Choice

  • Athletics weekly roundup
    - Posted on March 13, 2017
    • Last Week’s Athletics Results

      No sporting events last week.

      Upcoming Week

      Lacrosse (0-0) opens its season on Wednesday, March 15, when the team travels to Brookdale at 4 p.m.

      Baseball (0-0) travels to Myrtle Beach on Saturday, March 18, where the team will participate in nine spring training games at The Ripken Experience. The men start competition on Sunday taking on Elgin at 11 a.m. and Finger Lakes at 8:30 p.m.

  • Important graduation deadlines!
    - Posted on March 13, 2017
    • Spring 2017 and Summer 2017 Degree/Certificate Application Deadlines

      This is a reminder that the degree/certificate application deadlines for Spring 2017and Summer 2017 graduation are as follows:

      Spring 2017 — Fri., Mar. 31, 2017
      Summer 2017 — Thu., Jun. 15, 2017

      If you plan on graduating either in May or August, a completed degree/certificate application must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office by the appropriate deadline as noted above. Please note that a completed degree/certificate application requires department chairperson/advisor signature. Applications received after the noted date will be considered for graduation for the following semester (i.e., a spring application received on April 1 will be considered a Summer 2017 application and a summer application received on June 16 will be considered a Fall 2017 application).

      Important Note: Summer 2017 graduates are invited to the May Commencement ceremony. This will be the only commencement ceremony that you can attend. If you wish to participate and have your name appear in the Commencement program, you must have a completed degree/certificate application submitted by the March 31 deadline.

      Degree/Certificate application web link: https://www.hvcc.edu/catalog/policies/gradreqs.html.

      This Degree Application Deadline reminder has been posted to the Student Announcement Board, the digital monitors, and a reminder email was sent to all students at their Hudson Valley Community College email account.

  • WDI offers NEW Historic Wood Window Rehabilitation training beginning March 28!
    - Posted on March 9, 2017
    • The Workforce Development Institute (WDI), in cooperation with the New York State Historic Preservation Office and the Historic Albany Foundation, is pleased to offer a new program in historic building restoration!

      Get hands-on training in the traditional trade of historic window rehabilitation, including the repair of historic sashes, glazing, frames and weights. Learn about 19th and 20th century building window design, as well as the basics of the field of historic preservation, weatherization techniques, and where to market your skills!

      Historic Wood Window Rehabilitation
      March 28 – June 6, 2017

      Tuesday & Thursday, 6 – 8 p.m.
      40 hours, 4 CEUs, Non-Credit

      Please Note: Students must complete an eight-hour Environmental Protection Agency Lead Safe class before the final class meeting of this course, or submit proof of completion of the eight-hour EPA Lead Safe class within the last five years. Cornell Cooperative Extension offers free EPA Lead Safe classes twice a month. A flier with details on scheduled classes is available upon request.

      For more information or to register, please visit WDI: Historic Wood Window Rehabilitation, email WDI@hvcc.edu, or call (518) 629-7338.

  • Human Services Club Book Sale
    - Posted on March 8, 2017
    • Human Services Club Book Sale

      Wednesday, March 15 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
      Campus Center Second Floor

      Start Spring Break with a great book!

      Paperbacks: $1
      Hard Cover: $2

  • WDI offers AUTOCAD – Basics beginning March 27
    - Posted on March 7, 2017
    • AutoCAD is one of the most popular Computer-Aided Design software programs available and is used by architects, builders, electricians, engineers, graphic designers, surveyors, and more! Learn the fundamentals of design with AutoCAD tools and how to use them for specific tasks.

      The Workforce Development Institute (WDI) provides the following intensive three-week, non-credit evening course:

      AUTOCAD – Basics: March 27 – April 11, 2017
      Monday & Tuesday, 5:30 – 9 p.m.; Thursday, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.
      30 hours, 3 CEUs, Non-Credit

      Explore the skills needed to produce 2D drawings, including CAD software, custom templates, display control, drawing aides, editing, layout and view controls, plotting and printing, and working with blocks.

      For more information or to register, please visit WDI: AUTOCAD-Basics, email WDI@hvcc.edu, or call (518) 629-7338.

  • New York’s Lieutenant Governor plans visit to campus today (March 7)
    - Posted on March 7, 2017
    • New York’s Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul is expected to visit campus today at 11 a.m. to tour the Advanced Manufacturing Technology training lab in Lang Hall 108.

      Together with President Matonak, she then will meet with members of the media to discuss the Excelsior Scholarship program introduced by Governor Cuomo in January.

      The press briefing is open to students, faculty and staff.

  • Looking for help: March for Science in Albany on April 22
    - Posted on March 7, 2017
    • As part of the nation-wide “March for Science” on April 22, there will be a rally in Albany from 3 to 6 p.m. around the Empire State Plaza in downtown Albany. This will be a non-partisan celebration of science, the scientists who practice it, and the importance of science to all of us.

      In addition to speakers, including U.S. Representative Paul Tonko, there will be activity tables for people to explore science, related Earth Day events, and the march.

      I am the college liaison here at Hudson Valley and invite faculty, staff, and students who are interested in helping out to email me (j.thompson@hvcc.edu) with Science in the subject line.

      We have gotten clearance from administration to advertise this as long as it does not become a class assignment or requirement. So, here’s what we can do:

      • Design and post flyers around campus and in the community
      • Recruit folks to help run activity tables
      • Advertise with others in our communities: elementary, middle and high schools, and other community groups like Scouts, and anybody else we think might be interested

      Read more about the March for Science around the country:
      https://www.marchforscience.com/

      Read more about the Albany March for Science (Facebook account not required):
      https://www.facebook.com/events/1803568203236451/

      March On!

  • Human Services Club seeks donations for homeless shelter
    - Posted on March 6, 2017
    • The Human Services Club is collecting travel/trial size toiletries to donate to a local homeless shelter in the Capital Region.

      We will be accepting donations from now until Friday, April 28. All donations collected will be brought to the shelter on May 5.

      We’re looking for lotions, shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodorant, combs, and brushes.

      All donations can be brought to the Human Services office in Brahan 008.

  • Important graduation deadlines!
    - Posted on March 6, 2017
    • Spring 2017 and Summer 2017 Degree/Certificate Application Deadlines

      This is a reminder that the degree/certificate application deadlines for Spring 2017and Summer 2017 graduation are as follows:

      Spring 2017 — Fri., Mar. 31, 2017
      Summer 2017 — Thu., Jun. 15, 2017

      If you plan on graduating either in May or August, a completed degree/certificate application must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office by the appropriate deadline as noted above. Please note that a completed degree/certificate application requires department chairperson/advisor signature. Applications received after the noted date will be considered for graduation for the following semester (i.e., a spring application received on April 1 will be considered a Summer 2017 application and a summer application received on June 16 will be considered a Fall 2017 application).

      Important Note: Summer 2017 graduates are invited to the May Commencement ceremony. This will be the only commencement ceremony that you can attend. If you wish to participate and have your name appear in the Commencement program, you must have a completed degree/certificate application submitted by the March 31 deadline.

      Degree/Certificate application web link: https://www.hvcc.edu/catalog/policies/gradreqs.html.

      This Degree Application Deadline reminder has been posted to the Student Announcement Board, the digital monitors, and a reminder email was sent to all students at their Hudson Valley Community College email account.

  • Athletics weekly roundup
    - Posted on March 6, 2017
    • Last Week’s Athletics Results

      Men’s Basketball (18-11) lost to Onondaga in the Sub-Regional on Wednesday, 97-95.

      Men’s and Women’s Bowling competed in the National Tournament at Erie over the weekend. The men finished 9th overall, led by Clifford Miller (Ballston Spa/Ballston Spa) with a 2,153 total. The women finished 6th overall, led by Kaitlyn Goodermote (Berlin/Petersburgh) with a 2,065 total.

      There are no upcoming events this week.

  • Policing in the 21st Century on Wednesday, March 8
    - Posted on March 6, 2017
    • Black & Latino Student Union and the Criminal Justice Club

      present

      Policing In The 21st Century

      March 8 from noon to 2 p.m.
      BTC Meeting Rooms 1 & 2

      Panel Discussion and dialogue about policing in the 21st Century
      and what it looks like.
      Police Officers from local departments will be speaking on current
      and future policies that will be taking place.

      Robert Sears
      Albany Police Chief

      &

      John Tedesco
      Troy Police Chief

      will be two of our guests

      Food will be served.

  • Youth Talks on Wednesday, March 8
    - Posted on March 6, 2017
    • The Investment Club and Entrepreneur’s Club are hosting Youth Talks on Wednesday, March 8 from 2 to 5 p.m. in the BTC Auditorium.

      Youth Talks engages young minds with information, inspiration and motivation with the hope of sparking passion and perseverance. Our goal is to bring together bright minds to give short talks that are idea-focused, to foster learning, inspiration and wonder, and to provoke conversations that matter.

      Hear from industry leaders from United Nations, Ayco: a Goldman Sachs Company, Indiegogo, successful entrepreneurs, real estate investors and more!

      This is a free event and open to everyone!

       

  • PRIME Cafe specials for March 6 – 10
    - Posted on March 6, 2017
    • Monday, March 6
      Grill Breakfast: Breakfast Burrito (Eggs, Home Fries, Cheese, Sausage), $4.99
      Pizza: Philly Steak
      Chef’s Corner: Pasta Bolognese with Garlic Sticks, $5.99
      Grill: French Dip (Prime Rib, Onions, Swiss, Tiger Sauce), $6.99
      PRIME-ito: Carolina Pork Bowl, $6.99
      Soup: Minestrone

      Tuesday, March 7
      Grill Breakfast: National Pancake Day! (Served all day), $2.99
      Pizza: Chicken, Spinach, Blue Cheese Crumbles
      Chef’s Corner: Turkey Dinner, $6.49
      Grill: Turkey “BLT” (Roasted Turkey, Pork belly, Lettuce, Tomato, Onion, Garlic Mayo), 6.99
      PRIME-ito: Fried Chicken Street Taco’s, $6.99
      Soup: Potato & Corned Beef Chowder

      Wednesday, March 8
      Grill Breakfast: Stuffed French Toast with Bacon, $4.99
      Pizza: Italian
      Chef’s Corner: Cajun Shrimp Pasta, $6.49
      Grill: Tuna Melt with Bacon on Rye, $6.49
      PRIME-ito: Hawaiian Chicken & Pineapple Rice Bowl, $6.99
      Soup: Chili

      Thursday, March 9
      Grill Breakfast: Blueberry Bread French Toast with side of Meat, $4.99
      Pizza: BBQ Chicken with Bacon
      Chef’s Corner: Fried Chicken with Mac & Cheese, $6.99
      Grill: Monte Cristo, $6.99
      PRIME-ito: Crispy Chicken Bowl, $7.49
      Soup: Beef & Vegetable Soup

      Friday, March 10
      Grill Breakfast: Fat Elvis, $4.99
      Pizza: Chicken Bacon Ranch
      Chef’s Corner: Teriyaki Chicken, Fried Rice, $6.49
      Grill: Philly Cheese Steak with Peppers & Onions, $6.99
      PRIME-ito: Taco Salad, $6.99
      Soup: Chef Choice

      Did you know? Our full smoothie and espresso menus are available in the Books & Bites Cafe at Marvin Library!

  • Scholarships for Fall 2017
    - Posted on March 3, 2017
    • Before you head out on Spring Break, don’t forget to apply for Foundation scholarships!

      There are over 150 scholarships available and often there are no or few applicants.  It’s very easy to apply online at http://www.hvcc.edu/scholarships/returning.html and the program tells you which scholarships you are eligible for.

      Here are a few scholarships where application levels are low – if you apply, your chances of receiving one of these scholarships is better than average:

      For Automotive majors: Albany Rods & Kustoms, Inc. Scholarship, Harold M. Perkins Automotive Technology Scholarship, Robert J. Kufs Memorial Scholarship, Clarence Charles Sliter, Jr. Memorial Scholarship

      For Civil Engineering or Construction Technology majors: Rensselaer County Association of Town Superintendents of Highways Scholarship, Ryan W. Gardner Memorial Scholarship, Sean Anthony Kelleher Memorial Scholarship, Abbott L. Wiley Scholarship Sponsored by Wiley Bros., Inc.

      For Criminal Justice majors: Raymond J. Stastny Memorial Scholarship, Robert J. McKinley Memorial Scholarship, Michael Such Criminal Justice Scholarship, Professor Ronald Dow Criminal Justice Scholarship

      For EOC graduates: Dr. Joseph J. Bulmer Educational Opportunity (EOC) Scholarship, Hollie Sharp Lainhart Memorial Scholarship

      For Veterans: Marine Sergeant William D. Powers Scholarship, Roy J. McDonald ’67 G.I. Scholarship, Tri-County Council of Vietnam Era Veterans and Gold Star Mothers Scholarship

      For any program:
      The Dewar Foundation Scholarship (Oneonta High School grad)
      Scholarship for Dependents of HVCC Faculty & Staff
      John H. and Hazel Hayes Atwater Memorial Scholarship (student with documented disability)
      Kevin H. Davidson Memorial Scholarship (preference for Averill Park grad)
      The Women’s Fund of the Capital Region Scholarship (Female Age 25 or older)
      Madeline P. Feist Scholarship (Student retraining or getting first degree)
      Frank J. Ryan ’69 Memorial Scholarship (Troy High School grad)

  • Important notice: All passwords must be changed by March 29
    - Posted on March 3, 2017
    • Greetings Students

      Please read this message in its entirety to ensure you do not miss critical information. Hudson Valley Community College currently is engaged in an overhaul of our identity management (username and password management). This is the first of several communications you will receive from me on this topic.

      What is happening

      On Wednesday, March 29, your HVCC password will expire. We ask that you change your password prior to this date to ensure that you do not become locked out of your account. This change is being made to ensure that all passwords are changed routinely in accordance with information security best practices and to ensure the safety and security of our users and systems.

      What do I need to do?

      All users need to change their password prior to March 29. You can use the password reset utility located on our website. To find this:

      1. Navigate to www.hvcc.edu
      2. Click on “Current Students” at the top of the page.
      3. On the top right hand side of this page, you should see a link labeled “change your password”
      4. Enter your user name and current password in the boxes provided
      5. Type a new password and retype it in the confirmation box
      6. Press submit
        While we could link directly to the password change utility, we have purposefully excluded links from this communication to lend credibility and so that you can feel safe that you are only entering your credentials on trusted HVCC websites. 

      Password complexity rules:

      •  Must be eight (8) to fourteen (14) characters in length
      •  Must contain at least one (1) of each of the following:
        •  Lowercase letter
        •  Uppercase (Capital) letter
        •  Special character:   ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) _ + – = { } [ ] \ | : ; < > ? , . /
        •  Digit:   0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
        • Must not contain your own first name, last name, or username

      What will happen if I forget to change my password by March 29?

      •       On March 29, anyone who has not yet changed their password will be locked out of all campus systems until the password is changed.
      •      On-campus students will be prompted to enter a new password before they can finish logging into the computer system.
      •      Web and off-campus students will need to complete the password change procedures detailed above before they will be able to log into campus systems.

      This looks like a ‘phishing’ message, what gives?

      We recognize that the college is constantly warning you about phishing scams attempting to steal your passwords, and we always tell you to disregard this type of communication. To assure you of the legitimacy of this message, we are communicating this in a number of official college communication channels. We also will post notifications with instructions on login pages that we all use daily.

      Am I going to have to do this again in the future?

      Yes, you must change your passwords again in about six months, but by this time we will have simplified the process. We currently are engaged in an identity management initiative which seeks to streamline how the college creates and manages user accounts. Part of this initiative will be improvements in password resets, and automated account expiration. In the future, rather than sending an email, notifications of password expiration will be done automatically when you log in.

      Thank you for your cooperation with this important security initiative. If you have any questions, please contact the Computer Learning Center in the lower level of MRV or by calling (518) 629-7891.
      Regards,

      Jonathan Brennan
      Chief Information Officer
      Hudson Valley Community College

       

       

  • Writing and Research Center physical layout changes underway
    - Posted on March 3, 2017
    • The Writing and Research Center located on the second floor of Marvin Library Learning Commons will undergo some minor physical reorganization to more clearly identify availability of services provided by librarians, writing specialists, and support staff respectively. A single point of entry to the area will be provided and writing and research services will be clustered in defined areas. Transition now is underway and the project will be completed for the start of the 2017-18 academic year. Services to students will be uninterrupted.

      Faculty with assignments (scavenger hunts, etc.) that refer to the physical location of reference collection, reference desk, writing specialists, and specific faculty are encouraged to verify the current temporary and permanent locations.

      We’re moving furniture and resources within the Writing and Research Center to make the student experience better. Please notify us if you or your students need any assistance during the transition.

      Brenda Hazard
      Library Director

      Karen Ferrer-Muniz
      Associate Dean
      Instructional Support Services and Retention

  • Investment and Entrepreneur’s clubs present “Youth Talks” on Wednesday, March 8
    - Posted on March 3, 2017
    • Youth Talks
      Wednesday, March 8
      2 to 5 p.m.

      BTC Auditorium

      Speakers from various industries/companies include:

      • United Nations
      • Ayco: A Goldman Sachs Company
      • Indiegogo
      • Real Estate Investors
      • Successful entrepreneurs!

      The goal is to bring together bright minds to give short talks that are idea-focused, foster learning and innovation, and provoke conversations that matter. These brief talks will engage minds with inspiration, information, and motivation with the hope of sparking passion and perseverance.

      Learn about exciting happenings, disruptive technologies, and new challenges in the industry!

      Be inspired by challenges of resilience and personal transformation!

      Free and open to all!

      Sponsored by the Investment Club and Entrepreneur’s Club.

       

       

       

       

  • Women’s golf team seeks new members
    - Posted on March 2, 2017
    • If you’re interested in joining the women’s golf program, please don’t hesitate. Open practices are happening now!

      For more information about the team, visit the Athletics Department in the McDonough Sports Complex, room 219, or contact Alyssa Ruggiero, women’s golf coach, at a.ruggiero@hvcc.edu.

       

  • Lecture on Antarctica today (March 2) at 1 p.m.
    - Posted on March 2, 2017
    • The Voices: A Library Lecture Series Committee is pleased to present “Antarctica: Life on the Ice” by Susan Fox Rogers on Thursday, March 2 at 1 p.m. in the BTC Auditorium.

      Susan Fox Rogers, visiting associate professor of writing at Bard College, discusses her experiences living at McMurdo Station in Antarctica and on the ship Antigua in the Arctic. Rogers draws on historic narratives of polar exploration as she discusses life at the ends of the earth.

  • Criminal Justice Club annual bake Sale
    - Posted on March 1, 2017
    • The Criminal Justice Club’s annual Bake Sale is Thursday, March 2 and Friday, March 3 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day on the first floor of the Siek Campus Center.

      Please come out and support us!

      For more information,  please email me at s.addison@hvcc.edu.

      Thanks,
      Shawna Addison

  • Have you met a teacher who has made a difference in your life? Nominations for the President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching open until Tuesday, March 14
    - Posted on March 1, 2017
    • Have you met a teacher who has made a difference in your life?

      If so, please consider nominating him or her for the President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. The deadline for nominations is Tuesday, March 14.

      Have you met a teacher who made a difference in your life? Nominate a teacher for the Excellence in Teaching Award.CRITERIA

      • Exceptional teaching, demonstrated by innovative, student-centered methods.
      • Effort and performance that goes above and beyond what is expected.

      TO NOMINATE

      • Organize a packet with other students for the chosen professor, specifically stating how he/she meets the criteria.
      • Packet should include multiple letters of support from students, faculty, department chair, and staff.
      • Packet must include organizer’s contact information (name, address, phone, email).
      • A checklist is available to help in compiling your nomination packet (available in Brahan 008).

      DEADLINE
      Tuesday, March 14, 2017

      View the flyer.

  • Are you searching for employment? Job Fair is today, March 1!
    - Posted on March 1, 2017
    • The Center for Careers and Transfer is hosting a Business and Liberal Arts Full-time Job Fair in the Siek Campus Center, first floor,  on Wednesday, March 1 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with more than 35 participating employers.

      ALL students and alumni are encouraged to attend.
      Individuals who are interested in attending the Job Fair should be prepared to offer a resume and complete an application for employment purposes.

      Career center counselors provide individual assistance to create resumes and cover letters that stand out to potential employers. Students and alumni may call the office for an appointment to work individually with a counselor.

      For further information, contact the Center for Careers and Transfer at (518) 629-7326.

      Center for Careers and Transfer
      We thank faculty and staff for informing their students and alumni about the Job Fair!

  • Lecture on Antarctica on Thursday, March 2
    - Posted on February 27, 2017
    • The Voices: A Library Lecture Series Committee is pleased to present “Antarctica: Life on the Ice” by Susan Fox Rogers on Thursday, March 2 at 1 p.m. in the BTC Auditorium.

      Susan Fox Rogers, visiting associate professor of writing at Bard College, discusses her experiences living at McMurdo Station in Antarctica and on the ship Antigua in the Arctic. Rogers draws on historic narratives of polar exploration as she discusses life at the ends of the earth.

  • EOP bowling fundraiser on March 18
    - Posted on February 27, 2017
    • EOP Bowling Fundraiser
      at East Greenbush Bowling Center

      Saturday, March 18 from 2 to 4 p.m.

      Funds will benefit the EOP Club.
      $20 per person includes two games, pizza, and soda.
      Sign up in the Student Activities Office (CTR 210).

  • Still a few “reduced-price” tickets available for Boston Bruins VS New Jersey Devils bus trip on Saturday, March 4!
    - Posted on February 27, 2017
    • The Student Activities Office is selling tickets to both students and employees for the Boston Bruins VS New Jersey Devils hockey game on Saturday, March 4.

      The bus will leave the McDonough Sports Complex at 2:30 p.m. on March 4 and drop off at TD Garden. The game begins at 7 p.m. and the bus will depart Boston immediately following the game.

      Tickets are on sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily through Tuesday, Feb. 28 at the Student Activities Office (Siek Campus Center, room 210):

      Student — $85 now $45!
      Employee/guest — $95 now $55!
      Each student/employee may purchase ONE guest ticket. Please bring your valid Hudson Valley ID and payment (credit/money order).

      For more information, please contact the Student Activities Office, 629-7348.

  • PRIME Cafe Specials and Pit Stop opening
    - Posted on February 27, 2017
    • PRIME Pit Stop at Williams Hall will have a new opening time of 8:30 a.m.
      See you there!

      Monday, February 27
      Grill Breakfast: Bacon, Tomato, & Cheese Omelet; $4.99
      Pizza: Chef Choice
      Chef’s Corner: Cajun Chicken Pasta; $5.99
      Grill: Smoked Chicken Quesadilla; $6.99
      PRIME-ito: Beer Can Chicken Burrito, (Corn, Pinto Beans, Cheese, Lime Rice, Sour, Salsa, Lettuce); $6.99
      Soup: Corned Beef & Potato Chowder

      Tuesday, February 28
      Grill Breakfast: Two Scrambled Eggs, Biscuits with Sawmill Gravy; $5.49
      Pizza: Hawaiian
      Chef’s Corner: Eggplant Parmesan; $5.99
      Grill: Patty Melt, (Swiss, Caramelized Onions, Mustard on Rye); $6.99
      PRIME-ito: Margarita Chicken Bowl, (Grilled Corn & Black Bean Salsa, Rice, Pico de Gallo, Mixed Greens, Cilantro, Guacamole, Lime Ranch); $6.99
      Soup: Chili

      Wednesday, March 1
      Grill Breakfast: Stuffed French Toast with Bacon; $4.99
      Pizza: Breakfast Pizza
      Chef’s Corner: Beef Bourguigon over Rice with Patty Pan Squash; $6.49
      Grill: Tuscan Chicken & Eggplant Panini, (Spinach, Roasted Red Peppers, Fresh Mozzarella, Garlic Aioli, Baguette); $6.99
      PRIME-ito: Pulled Pork Tacos; $6.99
      Soup: Creamy Turkey Chowder

      Thursday, March 2
      Grill Breakfast: Tex Mex Scramble with Toast; $4.99
      Pizza: Sausage & Pepper
      Chef’s Corner: Turkey Pot Pie with Stuffing; $5.99
      Grill: Prime Rib Sandwich (Mushrooms, Peppers, Onions, Melted Cheddar, Tiger Sauce, Baguette); $6.99
      PRIME-ito: Crispy Chicken Bowl; $7.49
      Soup: Tomato Bisque

      Friday, February 17
      Grill Breakfast: Hole in One!; 4.99
      Pizza: Chef Choice
      Chef’s Corner: Chicken Fried Rice; $5.49
      Grill: Buffalo Chicken Philly; $6.99
      PRIME-ito: Taco Salad; $6.99
      Soup: Chef Choice

       

  • Are you searching for employment? Job Fair is Wednesday, March 1
    - Posted on February 27, 2017
    • The Center for Careers and Transfer is hosting a Business and Liberal Arts Full-time Job Fair in the Siek Campus Center, first floor,  on Wednesday, March 1 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with more than 35 participating employers.

      ALL students and alumni are encouraged to attend.
      Individuals who are interested in attending the Job Fair should be prepared to offer a resume and complete an application for employment purposes.

      Career center counselors provide individual assistance to create resumes and cover letters that stand out to potential employers. Students and alumni may call the office for an appointment to work individually with a counselor.

      For further information, contact the Center for Careers and Transfer at (518) 629-7326.

      Center for Careers and Transfer
      We thank faculty and staff for informing their students and alumni about the Job Fair!

  • Important graduation deadlines!
    - Posted on February 27, 2017
    • Spring 2017 and Summer 2017 Degree/Certificate Application Deadlines

      This is a reminder that the degree/certificate application deadlines for Spring 2017and Summer 2017 graduation are as follows:

      Spring 2017 — Fri., Mar. 31, 2017
      Summer 2017 — Thu., Jun. 15, 2017

      If you plan on graduating either in May or August, a completed degree/certificate application must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office by the appropriate deadline as noted above. Please note that a completed degree/certificate application requires department chairperson/advisor signature. Applications received after the noted date will be considered for graduation for the following semester (i.e., a spring application received on April 1 will be considered a Summer 2017 application and a summer application received on June 16 will be considered a Fall 2017 application).

      Important Note: Summer 2017 graduates are invited to the May Commencement ceremony. This will be the only commencement ceremony that you can attend. If you wish to participate and have your name appear in the Commencement program, you must have a completed degree/certificate application submitted by the March 31 deadline.

      Degree/Certificate application web link: https://www.hvcc.edu/catalog/policies/gradreqs.html.

      This Degree Application Deadline reminder has been posted to the Student Announcement Board, the digital monitors, and a reminder email was sent to all students at their Hudson Valley Community College email account.

  • Chemistry Club meets Monday, Feb. 27
    - Posted on February 24, 2017
    • The next HVCC Chemistry Club meeting will be held on Monday, Feb. 27 in SCI 110 at 2 p.m. We will be viewing an American Chemical Society (ACS) Webinar entitled “Chemistry of Sports: Smarter, Safer, Faster.”

      In the world of competitive and professional sports, chemistry plays a larger role than you might think. Discover the materials that chemists are creating to enable athletes to perform better and stay safer, as well as how analytical chemistry is advancing to detect performance enhancing substances in order to keep the playing field level for everyone.

      The webinar topics include:
      — How shear thickening fluids can be used for impact protection and concussion mitigation;
      — Textile innovation within the sports performance categories;
      — How fiber formulation and materials innovation will make or break a brand;
      — How analytical science can help deter drug misuse;
      — How mass spectrometry provides the optimum tool for the job;
      — Why analytical chemists should remain vigilant and use state-of-art analytical tools to detect newly-emerged doping agents.

      All interested students are welcome to attend (regardless of major).

  • 10 Biggest Black History Myths lecture and discussion on Monday, Feb. 27
    - Posted on February 24, 2017
    • The Black and Latino Student Union
      presents

      10 Black History Myths and Carry Forward of Black History Month
      Monday, Feb. from 3 to 3:30 p.m.
      Siek Campus Center 204

      Join presenter Jennifer Burns,
      adjunct faculty member in the History, Philosophy and Social Sciences Department,
      and be part of a powerful discussion on African American History

  • Investment and Entrepreneur’s clubs present “Youth Talks” on March 8
    - Posted on February 24, 2017
    • Youth Talks
      Wednesday, March 8
      2 to 5 p.m.

      BTC Auditorium

      Speakers from various industries/companies include:

      • United Nations
      • Ayco: A Goldman Sachs Company
      • Indiegogo
      • Real Estate Investors
      • Successful entrepreneurs!

      The goal is to bring together bright minds to give short talks that are idea-focused, foster learning and innovation, and provoke conversations that matter. These brief talks will engage minds with inspiration, information, and motivation with the hope of sparking passion and perseverance.

      Learn about exciting happenings, disruptive technologies, and new challenges in the industry!

      Be inspired by challenges of resilience and personal transformation!

      Free and open to all!

      Sponsored by the Investment Club and Entrepreneur’s Club.

       

       

       

       

General News Releases and Media Advisories

Instant Admission, Open House, Girls in STEM at Hudson Valley Community College TEC-SMART

Hudson Valley Community College Partners with SUNY Cobleskill to Offer Four-Year Business Administration Degree on Troy Campus

Rescheduled African-American History Month Panel Discussion: SUNY Scholars Address Civil Rights at Hudson Valley Community College

Entrepreneurs and Investment Clubs Sponsor ‘Youth Talks’ At Hudson Valley Community College

College to Host Annual Summer Camp Fair on April 1

Author Tobias Wolff, a National Medal of Arts recipient, is guest speaker at Hudson Valley Community College

Hudson Valley Community College Students Named To USA Today Phi Theta Kappa All-New York Academic Team

College's 2017 Recipients of Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities Announced

Hudson Valley Community College and University at Albany Announce Comprehensive Transfer Agreement

Dr. Fabian Vega is new Dean of the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Hudson Valley Community College

More News

Athletic News Releases

Vikings Lose to Finger Lakes

Vikings Split on the Fourth Day of The Ripken Experience

Hudson Valley Suffers First Loss of the Season to No. 7 Ocean

Vikings Take Two in Third Day of The Ripken Experience

Vikings Drop Two in Second Day of The Ripken Experience

Vikings Split Opening Day

Skinner-Ligon Notches 22 Saves in the Vikings First Win

Ice Hockey Post Season Accolades

Bowling Results at Nationals

Men's Basketball Loses in Sub Regionals to No. 1 Onondaga

More Athletic News

Upcoming Events

Mar 25 - Capital District Garden and Flower Show

Mar 25 - Spring Break – No Classes

Mar 26 - Capital District Garden and Flower Show

Mar 27 - Recruiter on Campus: Champlain Stone, Ltd.

Mar 27 - LEAD at HVCC: Title IX VAWA

Mar 27 - Academic Advisement/Community Outreach

Mar 28 - Recruiter on Campus: United States Air Force

Mar 28 - Transfer Advisor Visit: Siena College

Mar 28 - Heart Beatz: Therapeutic Drumming

Mar 28 - Mindfulness Meditation

Mar 28 - Transfer Information Table: Cazenovia College (Center for Adult & Continuing Education)

Mar 28 - Yoga

Mar 29 - Surplus Sale

Mar 29 - Transfer Advisor Visit: SUNY Plattsburgh

Mar 29 - Recruiter on Campus: Scribe America

More Events and Details

Upcoming Athletic Events

Mar 25 @ 4 p.m. Men's Lacrosse

Mar 28 @ 3 p.m. Women's Softball (Home)

Mar 29 @ 6 p.m. Men's Lacrosse (Home)

Mar 30 @ 3 p.m. Women's Softball

Mar 30 @ 3 p.m. Men's Baseball (Home)

Mar 31 @ 4 p.m. Men's Lacrosse (Home)

Apr 1 @ 12 p.m. Men's Baseball

Apr 2 @ 1 p.m. Women's Softball

Apr 2 @ 2 p.m. Men's Lacrosse (Home)

Apr 4 @ 2 p.m. Men's Baseball (Home)

More Athletic Events