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  • Auditions Sept. 28 and 29 for Middletown by Will Eno
    - Posted on September 25, 2017
    • Auditions for the play Middletown by Will Eno will be held in the Stapleton Theatre on Thursday, Sept. 28 from 12:30-3 p.m. and from 5-7 p.m., as well as on Friday, Sept. 29 from 4 to 7 p.m.

      This deeply moving and funny play about the universe of a small American town offers many wonderful roles. All students are welcome to audition; no experience necessary.

      For more information, please contact Rosanne Raneri, faculty director, at r.raneri@hvcc.edu.

  • Animal Outreach Club hurricane relief fundraiser week of Sept. 25
    - Posted on September 25, 2017
    • Local and national organizations are fighting hard to save domestic and wild animals trapped or displaced in Harvey and Irma’s wake — and they need support.  The Animal Outreach Club will ensure your donation makes a difference.

      Monetary donations will be collected the week of Sept. 25 to 29
      from noon to 2 p.m.
      in the Siek Campus Center.

      Come and leave with a picture of an animal you probably helped save!

      Give a quarter, $1, $5, or what you can.
      For more information, contact co-advisors
      Alan Joseph, MRV 103 or Val Waldin, MRV 141.

      Thank you!

       

  • Voices Lecture: Community Policing on Wednesday, Sept. 27 at 1 p.m.
    - Posted on September 25, 2017
    • The Voices: A Library Lecture Series committee is pleased to present “Community Policing: New Programs and Changing Ideas” on Wednesday, Sept. 27 at 1 p.m. in the BTC Auditorium.

      Police departments around the country are rediscovering community policing. Sgt. Matthew Dearing and Lt. Ryan Macherone of the Schenectady Police Department, along with Dennis Green, assistant director of Washington Irving Adult and Continuing Education Center in the Schenectady School District, discuss innovative programs and new ideas for a more effective policing program in Schenectady.

  • This week in athletics
    - Posted on September 25, 2017
    • This week in athletics:

      Cross Country traveled to participate in the Bard Invitational on Saturday. The men’s program finished 10th out of 21 teams with Ryan Moon earning the team’s fastest time in the 8K race (29:22). The women were led by Sarah Rosenberger as she finished 34th in the 5K race in a time of 20:57. Cross Country will be on the road again Saturday, Sept. 30 to run in the Herkimer Invitational at Herkimer College.

      Football’s (1-3) comeback ran out of time as the Vikings were defeated by the New Jersey Warriors 16-14 on Sunday afternoon in Holmdel, NJ. Tajmaleeak Beckett marched the Vikings down the field for two touchdowns in the third quarter to pull Hudson Valley within four-points, 16-12. Beckett’s first touchdown was a 67-yard deep pass down the left sideline to John Daly. A missed extra point left the score 14-6 in favor of the Warriors. Football will be home on Saturday, Sept. 30 to face ASA College at 1 p.m.

      Men’s Soccer (5-3) went 1-2 last week in their three road games, defeating Mohawk Valley, 4-2, and then dropped both games against Erie, 3-2, and to No.5 Genesee, 8-0. Last week, Garrett Axtmann was named the NJCAA National Player of the Week and the Region 3 Player of the Week for his eight-point performance the week prior. The men’s program is home Wednesday, Sept. 27 to face No.2 Herkimer at 6 p.m. and again on Friday, Sept. 29 against Jamestown at 4 p.m

      Women’s Soccer (4-3) defeated the nation’s top-ranked team in Erie Community College on Saturday afternoon, 2-1. It is the first time the Vikings have defeated a top-ranked team in program history. The women also dropped a 1-0 match to No.4 Genesee on Sunday. Women’s soccer is home this Wednesday, Sept. 27 to face No.2 Herkimer at 4 p.m. and on Friday, Sept. 29 to face Jamestown at 2 p.m.

      Women’s Tennis (1-4) had a full team for the first time this week and defeated Herkimer, 8-1, on Saturday afternoon for its first win of the 2017 season. Women’s tennis is back on the road Monday, Sept. 25 as they travel to rematch Herkimer at 4 p.m.

      Women’s Volleyball (3-6) finished the week with a 2-1 record after a successful day in the Corning Community College pod tournament on Saturday. The Vikings defeated Broome (3-2) and Tompkins-Cortland (3-0). The only loss on the day was to Corning in five sets (3-2). Volleyball will travel to Herkimer on Wednesday, Sept. 27 for a 4 p.m. start.

  • PRIME Cafe specials
    - Posted on September 25, 2017
    • Monday, Sept. 25
      Grill Breakfast: Broccoli & Cheddar Omelet; $4.99
      Chef’s Corner: Chicken Stir Fry; $5.49
      Grill: Island Chicken Panini with Mango Salsa; $6.49
      PRIME-ito: BBQ Beef Wrap with Peppers, Onions, Cheddar, BBQ Sauce; $6.49
      Soup: Beef Vegetable
      ​Pizza: Chicken Bacon Ranch

      Tuesday, Sept. 26
      Grill Breakfast: Corned Beef Hash; $4.99
      Chef’s Corner: Raspberry Glazed Salmon over Rice Pilaf and Vegetables; $5.99
      Grill: Blackened Chicken with Meunster Cheese, Chipotle Mayo, Lettuce, Tomato, Onion on a Telera Roll; $6.49
      PRIME-ito: Chicken Ranchero Bowl; $6.49
      Soup: Crab and Corn Chowder
      Pizza: White Broccoli Ricotta

      Wednesday, Sept. 27
      Grill Breakfast: Chicken and Waffles; $4.99
      Chef’s Corner: Penne Barase; $3.00 small/$4.00 large
      Grill: Cajun Patty Melt with Smoked Gouda, Chorizo, Russian on Rye; $6.49
      PRIME-ito: Crispy Chicken Bowl; $6.99
      Soup: Shredded Beef Chili
      Pizza: Chicken Parmesan

      Thursday, Sept. 28
      Grill Breakfast: Hole in One with Bacon $4.99
      Chef’s Corner: Jerked Chicken Skewers over Rice with Mango  Salsa $5.99
      Grill: Chicken Shawarma with Pickles, Sweet Onion, Garlic Yogurt on Pita  $6.49
      PRIME-ito: BBQ Chicken Burrito with White Rice, Ranch, Crispy Onion $6.49
      Soup: Chef’s Choice
      Pizza: Chicken and Broccoli

      Friday, Sept. 29
      Grill Breakfast: Huevos Rancheros with Sausage; $4.99
      Grill: 3 Cheese and Pesto Melt with Goat Cheese,  Feta Cheese, Cheddar Cheese on White Bread; $5.99
      PRIME-ito: Mole Pork Bowl with Black Beans, Cilantro, Corn Pico de Gallo, Sour Cream, Guacamole; $6.49
      Soup: Chef Choice
      Pizza: The Kenny Specials

  • Center for Careers and Transfer Fall 2017 Transfer Fair on Oct. 4
    - Posted on September 25, 2017
    • The Center for Careers and Transfer is hosting its Fall 2017 Transfer Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017. The Transfer Fair will be located in the Siek Campus Center, first floor, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

      All Hudson Valley Community College students are welcome to attend!

      More than 80 four-year colleges and universities will be in attendance. This is a chance for all  students to visit numerous four-year colleges and universities and research their transfer possibilities.

      For further information, contact the Center for Careers and Transfer at (518) 629-7326 or www.hvcc.edu/transfer/.

  • Fall 2017 Fitness Room Hours
    - Posted on September 22, 2017
    • Fitness Room Hours Fall 2017

      (September 25 – December 8)

      Changes may occur – refer to website/Facebook for most current hours.

      Mondays:

      6 – 10 a.m.              MCD Fitness Room

      2 – 5 p.m.                MCD Fitness Room

      1 – 3:30 p.m.           Hudson Hall Fitness Room (112)

      Tuesdays:

      6 – 8 a.m.                 MCD Fitness Room

      Noon – 6 p.m.          MCD Fitness Room

      Wednesdays:

      6 – 9 a.m.                  MCD Fitness Room

      1 – 4 p.m.                 MCD Fitness Room

      Thursdays:

      6 – 9 a.m.                  MCD Fitness Room

      Noon – 3 p.m.           MCD Fitness Room

      1:00 – 3:50 p.m.      Hudson Hall Fitness Room (112)

      Fridays:

      2 -5 p.m.                    MCD Fitness Room

       

      HOLIDAYS

      October 9 / Columbus Day – TBA

      November 22 – 24 / Thanksgiving – CLOSED

       

      Contacts:

      Colleen Ferris                                    Chris Kelly

      (518) 629-7366                                   (518) 629-7327

      c.ferris@hvcc.edu                           c.kelly@hvcc.edu

      MCD 206

  • Center for Careers and Transfer Fall 2017 Transfer Fair
    - Posted on September 22, 2017
    • The Center for Careers and Transfer is hosting its Fall 2017 Transfer Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017. The Transfer Fair will be located in the Siek Campus Center, first floor, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

      All Hudson Valley Community College students are welcome to attend!

      More than 80 four-year colleges and universities will be in attendance. This is a chance for all  students to visit numerous four-year colleges and universities and research their transfer possibilities.

      For further information, contact the Center for Careers and Transfer at (518) 629-7326 or visit www.hvcc.edu/transfer/.

  • Human Services Club Meeting – all students welcome!
    - Posted on September 22, 2017
    • Human Services Club Meeting

      Monday, Sept. 25 / 2 p.m. / Brahan 109

      Join us and share your ideas as we plan for the semester.  Help make a difference!

      You don’t have to be a Human Services or Chemical Dependency Counseling major! All are Welcome!

      For more information please contact Professor Birch –   p.birch@hvcc.edu

       

       

  • Looking to relax your mind, body and spirit? Come on the fall retreat Sept. 29-Oct. 1
    - Posted on September 22, 2017
    • Students are invited to attend a weekend-long fall retreat from Sept. 29 through Oct. 1.

      Come get away to the mountains of Greenwich, New York at Christ the King Spiritual Life Center. Meet college students from SUNY Albany, SUNY Oneonta, Union and Russell Sage Colleges!

      FREE

      Please register by 9/27 with Campus Chaplain Michelle Thivierge, m.thivierge@hvcc.edu

      Sponsored by the Office of Campus Ministry

  • Step up to the plate: Sign up for the 2017 Viking Cup Challenge
    - Posted on September 22, 2017
    • The 2017 Viking Cup Challenge is the annual student vs. faculty softball game played at Joe Bruno Stadium. This year’s game is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 5 from noon to 1 p.m. 

      If you are a student or a faculty member and are interested in playing, please be sure to stop by the Student Activities Office (CTR 210) to sign up.

      For additional information, call the Student Activities Office at 629-7348.

       

  • Step Afrika! Returns to HVCC
    - Posted on September 22, 2017
    • STEP AFRIKA! combines African and modern dance to create a style known as stepping. Stepping is a high-energy art form, punctuated with claps, kicks, stomps and chants, that quickly has audience members on their feet.

      Based in Washington D.C., STEP AFRIKA! tours extensively with its vast repertoire and arts-in-education programs that use stepping to emphasize teamwork, discipline and commitment, engaging young people and inspiring them to make positive choices. The company first performed at Hudson Valley in 2013.

      STEP AFRIKA! performs Friday Sept. 29, at noon in the Maureen Stapleton Theatre.  This event is free and open to the public.

      Presented by the Cultural Affairs Program

  • Theatre Club First Meeting
    - Posted on September 20, 2017
    • The Theatre Club’s first meeting for the fall semester will be held Monday, Sept. 25 at 3 p.m. in the Maureen Stapleton Theatre, located at the north end of the Siek Campus Center, first floor.

      Information on club activities, operations, officer positions, and on-campus theatrical productions will be shared. For more information, please contact Rosanne Raneri, club advisor, at r.raneri@hvcc.edu.

      All are very welcome!

  • Chemistry Club meets on Monday, Sept. 25
    - Posted on September 20, 2017
    • The first Chemistry Club meeting of the Fall 2017 semester is Monday, Sept. 25 at 2 p.m. in SCI 385. The topic is “Introduction to Chromatography.”

      All are welcome to attend. Come learn a little about chromatography and take a tour of the college’s analytical lab to see our chromatography instruments!

  • Sign up today, Sept. 20 to be part of a SUNY photo shoot
    - Posted on September 20, 2017
    • A photographer from SUNY Central Administration is seeking student volunteers to take part in a photo shoot scheduled for Monday, Oct. 2 on the Hudson Valley Community College campus.

      If you’re interested in participating, look for the photographer at a table in the Siek Campus Center on Wednesday, Sept. 20.

      The campus will serve as a backdrop for photographs SUNY will use in marketing materials.

  • Revit® – Introductory evening course begins Oct. 30!
    - Posted on September 20, 2017
    • What’s new with CAD? Find out by taking the college’s Workforce Development Institute (WDI) intensified training in 3D computer-aided drafting (CAD), and building information modeling (BIM), using Autodesk® Revit®.

      The Revit® – Introduction 30-hour evening class will focus on light commercial project applications and is ideal for individuals/firms interested in updating or switching from 2D CAD to 3D BIM.

      WDI offers convenient classes in Revit® and other Computer-Aided Drawing (CAD) Courses that take only a few weeks time to complete!

      Oct. 30 – Nov. 16, 2017
      Monday: Oct. 30, Nov. 6, 13 from 5:30 – 9 p.m.
      Wednesday: Nov. 1, 8, 15 from 5:30 – 9 p.m.
      Thursday: Nov. 2, 9, 16 from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.

      For more information or to register, please contact the Workforce Development Institute:
      Visit www.hvcc.edu/wdi
      Call (518) 629-7338
      Email wdi@hvcc.edu

  • Voices Lecture: Community Policing on Wednesday, Sept. 27 at 1 p.m.
    - Posted on September 19, 2017
    • The Voices: A Library Lecture Series committee is pleased to present “Community Policing: New Programs and Changing Ideas” on Wednesday, Sept. 27 at 1 p.m. in the BTC Auditorium.

      Police departments around the country are rediscovering community policing. Sgt. Matthew Dearing and Lt. Ryan Macherone of the Schenectady Police Department, along with Dennis Green, assistant director of Washington Irving Adult and Continuing Education Center in the Schenectady School District, discuss innovative programs and new ideas for a more effective policing program in Schenectady.

  • Library Tip of the Week: Films on Demand
    - Posted on September 19, 2017
  • WDI offers DRONE REMOTE PILOT FAA Test Prep, Oct. 24 and 26
    - Posted on September 19, 2017
    • Now available for commercial use, Drones, aka 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 Workforce Development Institute’s 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, Oct.  24 and 26, 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 (518) 629-4111.

  • PRIME Cafe weekly specials
    - Posted on September 18, 2017
    • Tuesday, Sept. 19
      Grill Breakfast: Breakfast Tacos with Canadian Bacon, Egg, Cheddar, Pico de Gallo; $4.99
      Chef’s Corner: Chicken Parmesan with Penne; $5.99
      Grill: Cuban Grinder with Ham, Pork, Pickles, Dijon, Swiss on Texas Toast; $6.49
      PRIME-ito: Smoked Chicken Burrito with Rice, Pico de Gallo, Corn Salsa, Guacamole, Black Beans; $6.49
      Soup: Broccoli & Cheddar
      Pizza: Taco Pizza

      Wednesday, Sept. 20
      Grill Breakfast: Banana Pancakes; $3.99
      Chef’s Corner: Buffalo Macaroni & Cheese; $3.00 small/$4.00 large
      Grill: Grilled Turkey with Bacon, Tomato, Swiss, Russian; $6.49
      PRIME-ito: Cheeseburger Burrito with Rice, Ground Beef, Onions, Peppers, Lettuce, American & Cheddar; $6.99
      Soup: Chicken & Rice
      Pizza: Italian Stallion with Pesto, Roni, Sausage, Salami, Hot Pepper

      Thursday, Sept. 21
      Grill Breakfast: Waffle Sandwich – 2 eggs, Ham, Cheddar with Syrup on the Side. $4.99
      Chef’s Corner: Chicken Milanese over Rice Pilaf with Vegetables. $5.99
      Grill: BBQ Beef Wrap with Caramelized Onions, Garlic Aioli, Pepper Jack Cheese. $6.49
      PRIME-ito: Buffalo Chicken Burrito with White Rice, Blue Cheese, Crispy Onion. $6.49
      Soup: Beef Stew
      Pizza: Big Mac!

      Friday, Sept. 22
      Grill Breakfast: Western Omelet; $4.99
      Grill: Carolina Style Pulled Pork Sandwich; $5.99
      PRIME-ito: Mole Pork Bowl with Black Beans, Cilantro, Corn Pico de Gallo, Sour Cream, Guacamole; $6.49
      Soup: Chef Choice
      Pizza: Meatball & Hot

       

  • Sign up Wednesday, Sept. 20 to be part of a SUNY photo shoot
    - Posted on September 18, 2017
    • A photographer from SUNY Central Administration is seeking student volunteers to take part in a photo shoot scheduled for Monday, Oct. 2 on the Hudson Valley Community College campus.

      If you’re interested in participating, look for the photographer at a table in the Siek Campus Center on Wednesday, Sept. 20.

      The campus will serve as a backdrop for photographs SUNY will use in marketing materials.

  • This week in athletics
    - Posted on September 18, 2017
    • Cross Country was off this past weekend and will be back in action on Saturday, Sept. 23 when the team travels to Bard College for the Bard Invitational.

      Football (1-2) won its first game of the 2017 season on Sunday, Sept. 17, defeating Ithaca JV, 10-7, on the road. Nathan Fankhanel kicked the game-winning field goal as time expired to secure the team’s first win. Linnea D’Achille converted the extra-point and in the process became the first female student-athlete to play a snap for the Hudson Valley football program. Football is back on the road Sunday, Sept. 24 when the team travels to face the New Jersey Warriors.

      Men’s Soccer (4-1) has now won four straight games, including two last week to improve to 4-1. Garrett Axtmann scored three goals in Wednesday’s 5-0 win over Adirondack and added another goal in Saturday’s 4-0 win over Corning. The men’s soccer team has not given up a goal in over 360 minutes of play and are outscoring their opponents 13-1 this year.

      Men’s soccer has three road games this week:

      • Wednesday, Sept. 20 at Mohawk Valley
      • Saturday, Sept. 23 at Erie
      • Sunday, Sept. 24 at Genesee

      Women’s Soccer (2-2) went 1-1 for the week, defeating Adirondack, 7-0, on Wednesday, Sept. 16 and dropping a tough 2-0 match on Saturday, Sept. 16 to Corning. Susannah Frisch led the Vikings with two goals this week.

      Women’s soccer has three road games this week:

      • Wednesday, Sept. 20 at Mohawk Valley
      • Saturday, Sept. 23 at Erie
      • Sunday, Sept. 24 at Genesee

      Women’s Tennis (0-4) last three matches were at Delhi and two home matches against Onondaga and Broome. No.2 Madeline Gibbons and No.3 Sarah Sampson finished the week 2-1 in individual singles play for the Vikings. Tennis is home again Saturday, Sept. 23 to face Herkimer at 1 p.m.

      Women’s Volleyball (3-6) finished the week with a 3-2 record. The Vikings earned their first win on Wednesday, Sept. 13 with a 3-1 win at home over Mohawk Valley and then defeated North Country on Friday, Sept. 15 in straight sets 3-0. Hudson Valley hosted its annual pod tournament on Saturday, Sept. 16 and volleyball finished the pod with a 1-2 record. They were defeated by Jamestown, 3-0, and Erie, 3-1, before winning in straight sets over Niagara, 3-0, to end the week on a high note.

  • Follow @HudsonValleyCC on social media
    - Posted on September 18, 2017
    • The college uses its social media platforms to regularly communicate with the campus community. Stay up to date with the latest news, events, photos and more!

      Visit our Facebook    Visit our Twitter     Follow us on Instagram     Merit Badge   Visit our YouTube    Visit our LinkedIn

  • Movie Night sponsored by PTK
    - Posted on September 15, 2017
    • Phi Theta Kappa
       is sponsoring 
      
      a movie night with
      
      The Breakfast Club
      
      September 21st, 2017 
      Doors open at 7 p.m. 
      Movie starts at 7:30 p.m.
      
      in the Maureen Stapleton Theatre
      Siek Campus Center
      
      Popcorn and concession will be available.
      
      Bring an item for the food pantry!

       

  • Reminder: Two Scholarship Opportunities for Fall 2017
    - Posted on September 15, 2017
    • The Hudson Valley Community College Foundation now is accepting applications for Second Chance Scholarships and Empire State Diversity Honors Scholarships.

      Second Chance Scholarships are aimed at students who not only are in need, but who have overcome tremendous personal obstacles in order to pursue an education. The goal is to reward those who demonstrate the initiative and desire to achieve self-sufficiency through education. Students also are required to demonstrate academic achievement.

      Empire State Diversity Honors Scholarships are offered through a collaboration between the SUNY Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, the Faculty Student Association and the Foundation. Scholarships are for students who can contribute to the diversity of the campus (i.e. those with a physical or other disability, first generation college student, racial/ethnic minority, non-English speaking background) and who have demonstrated high academic achievement characteristic of an honors program.

      Please click on links above to obtain application form or email scholarships@hvcc.edu to request an application form. Completed applications are due by Sept. 29, 2017.

  • Fitness Room hours for week of Sept. 18 through 22
    - Posted on September 15, 2017
    • Fitness Room Hours
      Monday, Sept. 18 – Friday, Sept. 22
      ONLY

      Monday, Sept. 18
      6 to 10 a.m. — MCD Fitness Room
      2 to 5 p.m.– MCD Fitness Room
      1 to 3:30 p.m. — Hudson Hall Fitness Room (112)

      Tuesday, Sept. 19
      6 t0 8 a.m. — MCD Fitness Room
      2 to 6 p.m. — MCD Fitness Room

      Wednesday, Sept. 20
      6 to 8 a.m. — MCD Fitness Room
      1 to 4 p.m. — MCD Fitness Room

      Thursday, Sept. 21
      6 to 9 a.m. — MCD Fitness Room
      noon to 3 p.m. — MCD Fitness Room
      1 to 5:30 p.m. — Hudson Hall Fitness Room (112)

      Friday, Sept. 22
      2 to 5 p.m. MCD Fitness Room

      Contact Colleen Ferris (629-7366, c.ferris@hvcc.edu) or Chris Kelly (629-7237, c.kelly@hvcc.edu) with any questions.

  • Would you like to start a business?
    - Posted on September 15, 2017
    • Bruce Toyama and Robert Braathe will discuss opportunities and support available to entrepreneurs at Ignite U, a business accelerator in Troy.

      Wednesday, Sept. 20
      2 p.m.
      BRN 104

      Presented by the Entrepreneur’s Club.

      Open to all!

  • Merit Announcement for Incoming Class; Helping You Spread the Word About Your Achievements
    - Posted on September 15, 2017
    • To help promote the wide variety of our students’ achievements, the college uses the Merit software.  New students may have received an e-mail noting their first achievement recognized by the college – your enrollment for the Fall 2017 term. Let’s hope this is the first of many achievements you will earn here at the college.

      It’s easy to claim this achievement and set up your personal Merit page which can showcase all the achievements the college recognizes – dean’s list, honor societies, sports achievements. Merit also makes it easy to add your work experience and other college interests to your page. In essence, it can serve as a verifiable way to prove all the great things you are doing here at Hudson Valley – an informal online resume of your work and achievements.

      So, claim that page!

      Conversely, if you wish to opt out of Merit, they make that easy as well. Just look for the link on the email you receive and follow the path to opt out.

      Message from Communications and Marketing

  • WDI offers Drone — Learn to Fly (Intro to sUAS) beginning Oct. 10
    - Posted on September 15, 2017
    • Discover drone-enabled possibilities!

      The Workforce Development Institute hands-on, 12-hour Drones – Learn to Fly/Intro to sUAS course teaches business and hobby pilots to fly safely and legally, understand new jobs and business models, and get the most out of their drones. The course fee includes a quadcopter with a camera, a computer flight simulator, and a workbook.

      Industry Applications
      Construction | Agriculture | Insurance | Real Estate | Public Safety | Inspections | Law Enforcement | E-commerce | Environmental Conservation | Mapping

      October 10 – 19, 2017
      Mondays & Wednesdays, 6 to 9 p.m.
      Tuition: $995

      The following items (or any reasonable substitutions) are included in the tuition:
      Syma X5C flight system for indoor training
      AeroSIM flight simulator
      Spektrum DXe controller
      Workbook

      For additional information or to register:
      Visit — Drones – Learn to Fly (Intro to sUAS) on the WDI Webpage
      Call — 518-629-4111
      Email — workforce@hvcc.edu

  • True story! Which student do you want to be?
    - Posted on September 15, 2017
    • From an HVCC librarian…

      “I was working in the library one Friday afternoon when a student frantically approached me saying his research paper was due the following Monday and he was not ready to write it; in fact he hadn’t even really begun his research. He did say he had been walking around the library for two weeks, but had not asked for help. He was frustrated, stressed, and doing damage control.

      The following week, a different student came up to me, very excited, and said he had met individually with a librarian for research help, had gotten an “A” on the research paper, had won an award for this paper, and was working as a peer tutor.”

      Which student do you want to be?

      If you aren’t sure about how to proceed with your paper, make an appointment with a librarian. You will walk away with resources, direction, and confidence.

      For more information, visit the Make an Appointment With a Librarian web page.

      Have a positive and productive semester! The choice is yours!

  • Evacuation guidelines for individuals with mobility impairments
    - Posted on September 14, 2017
    • Environmental Health and Safety
      Evacuation Guidelines for Individuals with Mobility Impairments

      An individual who has a mobility or physical disability may be anyone with a permanent or temporary disability who is unable to evacuate a building independently.

      The college makes every effort to schedule these individuals in first floor classes in case of the need for emergency evacuation. However, these individuals are not always in regularly scheduled classes, and may need assistance in case an emergency evacuation is necessary.

      Students and employees are encouraged to identify themselves to the Center for Access and Assistive Technology as someone who may require assistance in the event of an emergency evacuation.

      Tips for persons with mobility and physical disabilities, and guidelines for emergency evacuation:

      Multiple routes – Individuals with mobility and physical disabilities should identify primary and secondary evacuation routes from each building they utilize in case of a fire or building emergency.

      Horizontal evacuation – The safest and easiest route may be to move into an adjoining building. Each building is designed with fire barrier structural components so that a fire in one building will not involve other attached buildings. It may be necessary for you to move to the nearest staircase. Dial the Public Safety office at 518-629-7210 from your cell phone or 7210 from a campus phone or emergency phone to notify public safety of your location and that you are in need of mobility assistance. Please wait for an officer from the Public Safety office to assist you.

      Stairway evacuation – Use an “Evac Chair,” if available. The college has located these chairs in strategic areas of most buildings where they may be needed. An “Evac Chair” allows an individual to be strapped in and transported down stairways.

      Relocate to a Safer Area – If an individual cannot evacuate safely, it is suggested that they be escorted to a part of the building furthest from the danger area. An enclosed area, such as an office or an enclosed stairwell with a phone, is best.  Landings of enclosed stairways are a good choice, as they often offer a higher fire-rating than other areas of the building and make it easier for responders to get to individuals. Use an emergency phone or any campus phone to dial 911 or a cell phone to dial 518-629-7210 to report your exact location and nature of the emergency to Public Safety.

      Individuals should put the public safety phone number into their mobile device or cell phone. Emergency phones are strategically located throughout many buildings, and often in areas such as enclosed stairwells, where it is safe to wait for assistance.

      Stay in Place – If an individual cannot evacuate or relocate safely, sheltering in place may be the best option. If the “stay in place” approach is used, dial 518-629-7210 from a cell phone to alert others as to your location. Close the door to prevent smoke and fire entry. If possible, move to a window and wave a brightly colored cloth so that emergency personnel can see where you are. DO NOT break the window unless absolutely necessary, since doing so could injure you or others and allow smoke to enter the room.

  • Automotive Repair Lab open!
    - Posted on September 13, 2017
    • Hudson Valley Community!

      The Senior Automotive Lab is open for the semester! Many faculty, staff and students have taken advantage of the fantastic service the automotive students have provided throughout the years and we’re now taking appointments.

      If you would like to learn more about the purpose of the lab, how it functions, and to make appointments, please visit http://www.hvcc.edu/departments/eit/ame/auto-lab.html.

       

  • Financial Aid Bookstore Advances are extended until Thursday, Sept. 21!
    - Posted on September 13, 2017
    • If you have financial aid you may be eligible for a Bookstore Advance!

      The Bookstore Advance allows you to use your financial aid for school supplies, all electronics and books. The bookstore has computers starting at $299 + tax that can be purchased with you Bookstore Advance.

      Please stop by before the Thursday, Sept. 21 deadline. The Viking’s Cove Bookstore is located on the first floor of the Siek Campus Center.

  • Call for photographs for the 7th annual Pride of Our Nation… Pride of Our College exhibition
    - Posted on September 12, 2017
    • 7th annual exhibition
      Pride of Our Nation… Pride of Our College
      CALL FOR PHOTOGRAPHS!
      Submission deadline: Oct. 10, 2017

      On the evening of June 6, 1944, President Franklin D. Roosevelt led the nation in prayer for the 57,000 American soldiers — the “pride of our nation” — and their fellow allies participating in the invasion of France.

      In celebration of our active duty servicemen and military veterans, students, faculty and staff are invited to submit photographs of loved ones or relatives, who served or are currently serving in the United States Armed Forces. These photographs will be part of the 7th annual “Pride of Our Nation… Pride of Our College” exhibit from Nov. 10 through Dec. 7 in the Marvin Library Learning Commons.

      To participate in this special event, please submit original or scanned photographs to Alice Malavasic (MRV 110), Department of History, Philosophy, and Social Sciences, no later than Monday, Oct. 10.

      Photographs submitted and exhibited last year will be on display along with the new ones. Those who submitted photographs last year may do so again, but priority will be given to first-time submissions.

      All submissions must meet the following criteria:

      The photograph or photographs must be of a family member or relative in uniform during his or her time of service and include a brief, typed statement that includes the following information:

      • Name of the service person and time of service or conflict served in.
      • Branch of service and any additional information available such as rank, regiment, company, awards and battles fought in.
      • Your name and relationship to the service person in the photograph. If you are a student please include your major. If you are a faculty or staff member, please include your department.

      We also will accept artifacts along with photographs. Artifacts will be on display in locked cases. If you wish to submit an artifact with your photograph, please contact Alice Malavasic directly via email (a.malavasic@hvcc.edu) or at (518) 629-7697.

  • Wassa Pan Afrika Dance Ensemble on Friday, Sept. 15
    - Posted on September 11, 2017
    • By popular demand, Wassa Pan Afrika returns to campus under the direction of Nana Kwasi Anim, dance and drumming master for a performance at noon Friday, Sept. 15 in the Maureen Stapleton Theatre. The program is presented free to all by the Cultural Affairs Program.

      Six dancers and five musicians present “Yedee Ba” (We Are Bringing It). The high-energy performance combines gymnastics, foot-stomping rhythms, and brilliantly colored costumes and props, and communicates the troupe’s message of peace and unity.

  • “From Target to Tourist: Building Forgiveness” opens Voices lecture series on Tuesday, Sept. 12
    - Posted on September 11, 2017
    • The Voices: A Library Lecture Series Committee is pleased to present “From Target to Tourist: Building Forgiveness” by John Brownrigg on Tuesday, Sept. 12 at 11 a.m. in the BTC Auditorium.

      A special operations officer during the Vietnam War, Brownrigg tells the moving story of his return to Vietnam to dedicate a compassion house. Compassion houses are built and funded by veterans for victims of the war. This particular house was for a widow who lost two sons to the affects of Agent Orange. Brownrigg shares how this return closed old wounds and opened his mind, enabling him to learn more about the culture of Vietnam.

  • This week in athletics
    - Posted on September 11, 2017
    • Cross Country participated in the SUNY Morrisville Mustang Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 9 with the men’s team finishing in fifth place out of 12 teams. Subri Ismail paced the men’s team by placing 21st with a time of 30:56 in the 8K race. The women’s team was led by Sarah Rosenberger for the second straight week, finishing the 6K race in a time of 27:58. The cross country program will compete again on Saturday, Sept. 23 at Bard.

      Football (0-2) lost a tough home opener on Saturday to nationally ranked No. 8 Lackawanna College from Scranton, PA, 47-15. The Vikings points were scored by a pair of touchdown passes: Wesley Manning to MarShon Hoover in the second quarter and Tajmaleeak Beckett to Michael Allen in the fourth. Football is on the road on Sunday, Sept. 17 when the team travels to face Ithaca JV at 1 p.m.

      Men’s Soccer (2-1) won twice at home this week, shutting out Fulton-Montgomery 3-0 with goals from Ryan Euell, Ethan Samarija and Cetin Karaca on Tuesday, Sept. 5. The men also defeated Ulster 1-0 on Thursday, Sept. 7 with the Vikings lone goal coming from Euell. The men travel to Adirondack on Wednesday, Sept. 13 and will be home this Saturday, Sept. 16 to host Corning at 3 p.m.

      Women’s Soccer (1-1) won its first game of the season defeating Holyoke, 3-2, the evening of Thursday, Sept. 7 at home. The Vikings collected goals from Susannah Frisch, Anna Colarusso and Sydnee Metzold (PK). The women travel with the men’s team to Adirondack on Wednesday and will be at home on Saturday, Sept. 16 to face Corning at 1 p.m.

      Women’s Tennis (0-1) dropped its first match of the 2017 season on Sunday, Sept. 10 as Mohawk Valley defeated the Vikings, 7-2. The Vikings two match wins were earned by No. 2 Madeline Gibbons and No. 3 Sarah Sampson in singles play. The women’s tennis team is on the road on Thursday, Sept. 14 at SUNY Delhi at 4 p.m.

      Women’s Volleyball (0-4) participated in its first pod play at Adirondack on Saturday, Sept. 9, dropping three matches to Finger Lakes (3-0), Monroe (3-0) and Genesee (3-2). Meghan Woods paced the Vikings defensively with 43 digs on the day, including 26 digs against Genesee.

  • PRIME weekly specials for Sept. 11 – 15
    - Posted on September 11, 2017
    • And they’re back! Check out PRIME’s weekly specials!

      Monday, September 11
      Grill Breakfast: Strawberry Stuffed French Toast
      Pizza: Baked Ziti Romano
      Grill: Patty Melt – Swiss, Caramelized Onions on Rye Bread, $6.49
      PRIME-ito: 2 BBQ Pork Tacos – Sliced Avocado, Cilantro, Pico de Gallo, Ranch, $5.99
      Soup: Tomato Bisque

      Tuesday, September 12
      Grill Breakfast: PRIME Egg-wich – Egg, Canadian Bacon, Cheese on English Muffin, $4.99
      Pizza: Lasagna – Ground Beef, Marinara, Ricotta
      Chef’s Corner: New York Style Gyro Platter, $5.99
      Grill: Cajun Turkey BLT on Grilled White, $5.99
      PRIME-ito: Crispy Chicken Bowl, $6.99
      Soup: Chicken & Corn Chowder

      Wednesday, September 13
      Grill Breakfast: Banana Pancakes with Bacon, $3.99
      Pizza: White Broccoli & Ricotta – Broccoli, Ricotta, Garlic
      Chef’s Corner: Fall Pork Roast Dinner with Apple Bacon Brussels Sprouts, $5.99
      Grill: Tuna Melt on Rye with Swiss, $5.99
      PRIME-ito: Chipotle Beef Burrito, $6.49
      Soup: Beef Vegetable

      Thursday, September 14
      Grill Breakfast: Eggs Benedict – Poached Eggs, Canadian Bacon, Hollandaise Sauce, $3.49
      Pizza: Chicken Marsala – Chicken, Mushrooms, Alfredo Sauce
      Chef’s Corner: Slow Braised Short Ribs – Mashed Potatoes
      Grill: Black & Bleu Quesadilla – Shredded Beef, Onions, Pico de Gallo, Bleu Cheese, $6.49
      PRIME-ito: Philly Steak Bowl – Peppers, Onions, Rice, Cheddar Cheese, $6.99
      Soup: Chicken Noodle

      Friday, September 15
      Grill Breakfast: Cinnamon Raisin French Toast with Sausage, $3.49
      Pizza: Spinach, Garlic, Ricotta, Mozzarella
      Grill: Roast Beef Melt – Onions, Swiss Cheese, Horseradish Aioli, $6.49
      PRIME-ito: Mole Chicken Burrito – Black Beans, Corn Salsa, Pico de Gallo, White Rice, $6.99
      Soup: Chef Choice

      WEEK-LONG SNAPCHAT CONTEST!
      Snapchat us a picture of you enjoying your favorite special this week and be entered to win a free pizza! The more you snap, the more entries you get!

       

  • New leadership in Building Systems Technology Department
    - Posted on September 8, 2017
    • The college would like to welcome the new chairperson for the Building Systems Technology Department, Brittany Slingerland Kitterman.

      Brittany is a graduate of the college’s Electrical Construction and Maintenance program and went on to receive a bachelor’s degree in technology education from SUNY Oswego and a master’s in technology education from Ball State University. She is currently pursuing a doctorate in educational policy and leadership at the University at Albany.

      Brittany previously taught technology at Shaker High School.

       

      She can be found at: Williams Hall, room 128; (518) 629-7777 or at b.slingerlandkit@hvcc.edu

      Welcome, Brittany!

  • Do you know about Chemistry Club? All students are welcome to attend!
    - Posted on September 7, 2017
    • Did you know Hudson Valley Community College has a Chemistry Club? All students — regardless of major — are welcome to attend!

      Meetings are at 2 p.m. on the following Mondays for Fall 2017 in Science Center 385. Fall topics are:

      Sept. 25 — Introduction to Chromatography

      Oct. 30 — Chemistry Rocks! Explore the chemistry of rocks & minerals (ACS Webinar)

      Nov. 20 — Chemical Composition of Honey

      Dec. 11 — Chemistry Ornament Award Ceremony

      For more information, contact Dr. Danica A. Nowosielski, Chemistry Club co-advisor at d.nowosielski@hvcc.edu or (518) 629-8124.

  • Student Christian Association: Fun, Faith and Fellowship
    - Posted on September 6, 2017
    • The Student Christian Association (SCA) will hold its first meeting on Monday Sept. 11 at 2 p.m. in Brahan Hall, Room 107.

      The SCA is a group of Christians from different denominations who are united in Jesus Christ. The purpose is to strengthen and encourage one another as Christians and to share faith and love with others on campus.

      For more information about the SCA, please feel free to contact any of the faculty advisors listed below:

      Jeff Schoonmaker, SCI 133 (518) 629-7139
      Susie DiFranzo, SCI 277, (518) 629-7344
      Mary Musso, MCD 214, (518) 629-7855
      Jim LaBate, MRV 001, (518) 629-7226
      Michele Wiltsie, BRN 225, (518) 629-7146

  • This week in athletics
    - Posted on September 6, 2017
    • Men’s Soccer (1-1) played at home Sept. 5, earning its first win of the season by defeating Fulton-Montgomery 3-0. Men’s soccer dropped a tough 1-0 decision last week to Finger Lakes.

      Women’s Soccer (0-1) is back in action with its home opener on Thursday, Sept. 7 as the team welcomes Holyoke with a scheduled start time of 6 p.m. Women’s soccer fell in overtime 2-1 in its season opener at Finger Lakes last week.

      Football (0-1) is at home this Saturday, Sept. 9 as the Vikings take on nationally-ranked Lackawanna College. Kickoff is scheduled for 1 p.m. Football dropped its first game last Friday at Nassau 42-13.

      Cross Country competed in its first meet of the season last Saturday at the SUNY Poly Invitational and will be back on the course this Saturday, Sept. 9 as they travel to Morrisville for the Mustangs Invitational.

      Women’s Tennis begins its 2017 campaign this Sunday, Sept. 10 with a home match against Mohawk Valley.

      Volleyball (0-1) lost a tough 5-set match last Monday 3-2 (12-25, 17-25, 25-20, 25-23, 11-15) to Bergen and is back in action for the team’s first POD play at Adirondack this Saturday with three matches against Genesee, Monroe and Finger Lakes.

  • PRIME Pit Stop delayed openings
    - Posted on September 6, 2017
    • PRIME Pit Stop at Williams Hall will open today, Sept. 6 and Thursday, Sept. 7at 9:15 a.m.

      We apologize for any inconvenience.

       

  • “From Target to Tourist: Building Forgiveness” opens Voices lecture series on Sept. 12
    - Posted on September 5, 2017
    • The Voices: A Library Lecture Series Committee is pleased to present “From Target to Tourist: Building Forgiveness” by John Brownrigg on Tuesday, Sept. 12 at 11 a.m. in the BTC Auditorium.

      A special operations officer during the Vietnam War, Brownrigg tells the moving story of his return to Vietnam to dedicate a compassion house. Compassion houses are built and funded by veterans for victims of the war. This particular house was for a widow who lost two sons to the affects of Agent Orange. Brownrigg shares how this return closed old wounds and opened his mind, enabling him to learn more about the culture of Vietnam.

  • Two scholarship opportunities for Fall 2017
    - Posted on September 5, 2017
    • The Hudson Valley Community College Foundation now is accepting applications for Second Chance Scholarships and Empire State Diversity Honors Scholarships.

      Second Chance Scholarships are aimed at students who not only are in need, but who have overcome tremendous personal obstacles in order to pursue an education. The goal is to reward those who demonstrate the initiative and desire to achieve self-sufficiency through education. Students also are required to demonstrate academic achievement.

      Empire State Diversity Honors Scholarships are offered through a collaboration between the SUNY Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, the Faculty Student Association and the Foundation. Scholarships are for students who can contribute to the diversity of the campus (i.e. those with a physical or other disability, first generation college student, racial/ethnic minority, non-English speaking background) and who have demonstrated high academic achievement characteristic of an honors program.

      Please email scholarships@hvcc.edu to request an application form. Completed applications are due by Sept. 29, 2017.

  • SEEN Gallery: Welcome Week at Hudson Valley
    - Posted on September 5, 2017
    • Were you seen during Welcome Week at Hudson Valley Community College?

      Check out the SEEN Gallery in the Times Union.

  • Student Leadership Expo is Friday, Sept. 8
    - Posted on September 5, 2017
    • Hudson Valley Community College
      Student Leadership Expo
      Friday, Sept. 8 — 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
      Bulmer Telecommunications Center (BTC)

      Please attend around your class schedule!

      This event will introduce you to the college community and expose you to services geared toward your enrichment in an effort to maximize your potential for success.

      It will be an amazing morning with inspiring speakers, interactive workshops where you will learn concrete leadership skills, and information tables staffed by campus and local organizations and groups that support you and your success.

      You will have the opportunity to meet classmates, college and community leaders as well as learn more about academic and student support services.

      The event is free and open to all students!
      All attendees will receive a gift bag, and one will win a new laptop or tablet.
      Plus prizes will be given away at lunch.

      Below is an outline for the event. For times and more details, please visit www.hvcc.edu/leadershipexpo.

      If you have any questions about the event and/or would like to attend, please feel free to contact Tanya Fredricks at t.fredricks@hvcc.edu or (518) 629-7550.

      STUDENT LEADERSHIP EXPO AGENDA

      WELCOME and INTRODUCTION

      Regina LaGatta, Executive Director, Institutional Advancement

      KEYNOTE SPEAKER

      Elaine Houston, Anchor, WNYT

      WORKSHOP FACILITATORS

      Corey Jamison, President and CAE of Corey Jamison Consulting
      Ainsley Thomas, Chief Diversity Officer

      LUNCH with STUDENT SPEAKERS and GIVE-A-WAYS

      My’Asia Colon, 2015 HVCC Alumna and Syracuse University Graduate Student
      Samantha Bedell, 2015 HVCC Alumna and 2017 graduate of Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts

      TABLES
      Center for Academic Engagement (CAE)
      Learning Assistant Center (LAC)
      Wellness Center
      Athletic Department
      Faculty Student Association
      Center for Access and Assistive Technology (CAAT)
      Career and Transfer Center
      Public Safety
      The Foundation
      Student Activities
      EOP – Equal Opportunity Program
      Sexual Assault and Crime Victims Assistance Program at Samaritan Hospital
      Mission Accomplished

      SPONSORED BY
      Instructional Support Services and Retention and The Foundation

      WITH SPECIAL THANKS TO
      The Center for Access and Assistive Technology
      The Student Senate
      The Faculty Student Association
      The Office of The President

  • Blackboard Mobile Learn is being replaced with the “Blackboard” app for students
    - Posted on September 1, 2017
    • FYI for Students who use Blackboard:

      If you have been using the Mobile Learn app for Blackboard, please be advised that effective, August 31, 2017, Blackboard support for the Mobile Learn app ends and is being replaced with the “Blackboard” app for students.

      All users can expect increased efficiency with the simplified workflows. The Blackboard app is currently available on the Apple App, Google Play and Windows.

  • Seats available in Speaking and Listening for ESL I
    - Posted on August 31, 2017
    • The English, Foreign Languages, and English as a Second Language Department has seats available in Speaking and Listening for English as a Second Language Students I for fall.

      CRN 16716 (ESLS 096)
      Wednesdays: 6 to 8:50 p.m.
      Instructor: B. Reynolds

      Thank you,

      Kris Lewis
      Technical Assistant
      BRN 035A
      629-7385

  • Dwight Marvin Library welcomes you!
    - Posted on August 30, 2017
    • The Dwight Marvin Library welcomes students, faculty, and staff for a new academic year. Highlights of library services include:

      • Textbooks on Reserve: Scroll the list of courses and textbooks available for use within the building from the Instructional Media Center on the lower level.
      • Streaming video collections: Tens of thousands of videos are available from various online collections. Need help integrating an online video in Blackboard?  Contact online media specialist Stephanie Clowe for assistance.
      • Ebooks and journal content: High quality sources, including thousands of peer-reviewed journals, reputable newspapers, and more than 150,000 ebooks are available fulltext online through research databases linked on the library website.  Like a print book in your hands? There are more than 80,000 available for loan.
      • Library instruction: Faculty may complete the online form or contact library instruction coordinator Professor Robert Matthews to arrange for a librarian to attend a class to provide instruction in getting started with research in a subject area, effective searching, and evaluating sources.
      • Research assistance: Make a research appointment to meet one-on-one with a librarian, walk in to the Writing and Research Center to speak with the a librarian, or get help online 24/7!
      • Online room reservations: Fifteen study rooms are available for students. Check which rooms are available at any time and reserve a group study room.  Two conference rooms, including the multipurpose room, are available for faculty and staff when not in use for library instruction or other academic support services provided in the Marvin Library Learning Commons.

      Stay tuned for future announcements describing new and revised library and media services!

      Questions and comments regarding Dwight Marvin Library and the Instructional Media Center are always welcome. Contact Library Director Brenda Hazard or your department’s liaison librarian for more information.

General News Releases and Media Advisories

Brittany Slingerland-Kitterman Named Chairperson for Hudson Valley's Building Systems Technology Department'

Albany's Oldest Dutch Building to Host Historic Masonry Repair Course from WDI

Rensselaer County Legislature Appoints Neil J. Kelleher to Second Term on Hudson Valley Community College Board of Trustees

Jo-Anne McArthur brings internationally-celebrated WE ANIMALS to Hudson Valley Community College on Thursday, Oct. 5

Martha Desmond Named Chairperson of Nursing Department

Peter Marx awarded Hudson Valley Community College Foundation's 2017 Outstanding Philanthropist Award at annual Leadership Donor Reception

National Grid CEO Tours Campus, Reviews Workforce Initiatives

Digital Media Program Alumni Exhibition on View at Hudson Valley Community College

Utica Artist Jonathan Kirk Brings Studio Maquettes to Teaching Gallery at Hudson Valley Community College

Testing for new emergency communications system

More News

Athletic News Releases

Women's Tennis Wins Second Straight Match 7-1

Football's Comeback Runs Short on Time

Women's Soccer Defeated by No.4 Genesee 1-0

Mens Soccer Outmatched by No. 5 Genesee

Women' Soccer Upsets Top-Ranked Erie

Tennis Earns First Win of Season, Defeats Herkimer 8-1

Volleyball Wins Two at Corning Pod

Men's Soccer Falls 3-2 at Erie in Final Minute

Cross Country Competes in Bard Invitational

Metzold's Five Points Leads Women's Soccer in 4-3 Win

More Athletic News

Upcoming Events

Sep 26 - Transfer Advisor Visit: Siena College

Sep 26 - Yoga

Sep 26 - Board of Trustees Monthly Meeting and Annual Meeting

Sep 27 - Transfer Information Table: Southern Vermont College

Sep 27 - Wellness Fair

Sep 27 - Transfer Information Table: Hartwick College

Sep 27 - Community Policing: New Programs and Changing Ideas

Sep 27 - Academic Advisement/Community Outreach

Sep 28 - Transfer Advisor Visit: The Sage Colleges

Sep 28 - Mindfulness Meditation

Sep 29 - Fall Retreat

Sep 29 - STEP AFRIKA!

Sep 29 - Transfer Information Table: Pace University

Sep 30 - Fall Retreat

Sep 30 - NYC Day Trip

More Events and Details

Upcoming Athletic Events

September 27 @ 4 p.m. Women's Soccer (Home)

September 27 @ 6 p.m. Women's Volleyball

September 27 @ 6 p.m. Men's Soccer (Home)

September 29 @ 2 p.m. Women's Soccer (Home)

September 29 @ 4 p.m. Men's Soccer (Home)

September 30 @ TBA Women's Volleyball

September 30 @ TBA Women's Volleyball

September 30 @ TBA Women's Volleyball

September 30 @ 10 a.m. Men's Cross Country (Home)

September 30 @ 10 a.m. Women's Cross Country (Home)

More Athletic Events