College Facts and Statistics

Here you will find college facts, statistics and various cost rates that may be helpful in developing general narrative information and budget material for your grant proposal.

Also included is information such as the Employment Identification Number (EIN) and Data Universal Number System (DUNS) numbers that are required on federal grant applications.

General College Information

Hudson Valley Community College Data Book
The Data Book contains current statistics, trends and demographics for the college as well as departmental break-downs

Operating Budget 2018-19

Tuition and Fees
View the current tuition rates in the College Catalog.

College Description
PDF file overview of brief college history, mission and description of programs and facilities

Accrediting agencies
List of accrediting agencies and boards for specific degree programs at the college

Identification and nonprofit status

Employer Identification Number: 14-6009464

DUNS Number: 020663415

National Center for Education Statistics IPEDS ID Number: 191719

Nonprofit Status
Hudson Valley Community College is an entity of state government and, as a public institution, is not required to file for 501(c)(3) status. Hudson Valley is a public two-year community college established in 1953 under Article 126 of the New York State Education Law. The college operates under the sponsorship of Rensselaer County and is part of the State University of New York community college system.

Government Representatives

US Senators: Kirsten E. Gillibrand and Charles Schumer

US Congressional District and Representative: 20th District, Paul D. Tonko

NYS Senate District and Representative: 44th District, Neil D. Breslin

NYS Assembly Districts and Representatives: 112th District, Mary Beth Walsh; 108th District, John McDonald III

Travel Rates

Mileage Rate: $0.58/mile

Meals: $25/day ($4.50 breakfast; $6.50 lunch; $14.00 dinner)

Indirect Cost Rates

US Dept. of Education Perkins III Grants: 5%

US Dept. of Education Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education Grants (FIPSE): 8%

US Dept. of Education TRIO Programs: 8%

Federally negotiated indirect charge rate:
68.5% of salaries, wages and fringe benefits for on-campus activities
29.1% of salaries, wages and fringe benefits for off-campus activities

Employee Benefits and Wage Rates: (eff. 9/1/18)

Employee Fringe Benefits Rate: 35%

Adjunct faculty/overload contact hour rate: $1,113

Full-time faculty teaching overloads/contact hour: $1,113 ($74.20/hr.)

Adjunct faculty hourly rate: $74.20/hr.

Full-time faculty teaching overloads hourly rate: $74.20/hr.

Advisement hourly rate: $30/hr.

Course/curriculum development hourly rate: $33.09/hr.

Minimum full-time faculty salary: $48,981/yr.

Faculty librarian/Education specialist hourly rate: $33.09/hr.

Department chair extra-day compensation rate: $385/day

NTP special assignment rate: $38/hr.

Nonprofit public training rates:
$40/hr. - Teaching online/Professional education hourly rate
$60/hr. - Instructor for advanced technology training contact hour rate
$26/hr. - Needs assessment hourly rate

Student employment rate: $8/hr - No more than 19 hours/week

Contact Information

Grants Development

Cheryl Beauchamp
Director of Grants
Fitzgibbons Health Technologies Center, Room 136
Fax: (518) 629-8070