Technology Academic Advisement Center

The Technology Academic Advisement Center offers comprehensive professional advisement services to full- and part-time students enrolled in the Automotive, Manufacturing and Electrical Engineering Technologies Department.

Each semester, students meet with a professional advisor to discuss their academic matters, including academic goals, schedules and courses, and transfer or employment plans. With assistance from advisors, students will be able to develop a career plan to complete their degree at Hudson Valley Community College and to set goals for transfer and employment.

Since it is the students' responsibility to make certain that graduation requirements are met, students are urged to take full advantage of the advisement services available to gain knowledge of degree requirements, course selections and transfer matters. Advisors also can help direct students to other services on campus.

Important Notice: Hudson Valley Community College complies with the federal law, FERPA (the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act). Students calling this office by phone need to comply with this policy before seeking advisement and all visitors must show picture identification.

The Technology Advisement Center advises students in the following programs:

  • Automotive Management A.A.S.; Automotive Technical Services A.O.S.; and Automotive Technical Services-Autobody Repair A.O.S.
  • Computer Aided Drafting Certificate
  • Electrical Engineering Technology-Electronics A.A.S.
  • Electrical Technology: Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology A.A.S.
  • Advanced Manufacturing Technology A.O.S.
  • Semiconductor Technology Certificate

Staff

Amy B. McEwing, Coordinator
Nancy Cole, Secretary I

Advisor Availability: Academic advisors are available to meet individually with students throughout the year. Scheduling an appointment to meet with an advisor is the best way to ensure that your advisor has reserved a block of time just for answering your questions, reviewing your academic progress and scheduling your courses. All attempts will be made to accommodate walk-ins, however, making an appointment is strongly encouraged to ensure adequate time to meet with your advisor. Call (518) 629-8003 to schedule an appointment.

New Students

Advisement and registration information for new students may be obtained by contacting the Technology Academic Advisement Center at (518) 629-8003 or technologyadvisementcenter@hvcc.edu. New students also are required to attend New Student Orientation prior to the start of classes, either before or after their academic advisement appointment.

Returning and Transfer Students

Advisors meet with returning and transfer students for course registration. You can meet individually with an academic advisor by scheduling an appointment when you call (518) 629-8003.

NOTE: Advisement appointment requests are not taken via email. Contact the Advisement Center 24 hours in advance, when possible, to cancel or reschedule an appointment. Consistently missed appointments will be rescheduled after all other students have been advised.

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Get in Touch

Technology Academic Advisement Center
Gene F. Haas Center for Advanced Manufacturing Skills, Suite 113
Regular Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Summer Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.