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  • Make the most out of the 40 Days of Lent
    - Posted on February 23, 2018
    • The season of Lent is in full swing, beyond “giving something up” there are many ways to make Lent meaningful.

      Visit this link for resources: Living Lent

      Stop by the Office of Campus Ministry (Tuesday and Thursday, Siek 220) if you’re looking for ways to serve the local community too! Service to others is a big part of what Lent is all about.

      You’re also welcome to come to the Student Leadership Center (just outside Siek Campus Center 210) for a fun interfaith event #coexistHudson, which runs from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 27.

  • Human Services Club meets Monday, Feb. 26
    - Posted on February 23, 2018
    • HUMAN SERVICES CLUB
      Monday, Feb. 26 at 2 p.m.
      Brahan 109

      Come Join the fun and get connected!

      We need your input in planning events for the upcoming year.

      All Hudson Valley students are welcome!

      Desserts will be served.

  • Simple tips: Be a Bulmer Award recipient
    - Posted on February 22, 2018
    • The Dr. Joseph J. Bulmer Award for Excellence in Library Research is an annual award administered by The Foundation. The recipient is chosen by the college librarians after thorough examination of all nominated papers according to award criteria. Papers are accepted from both faculty and students and are submitted online* (see below).

      To be eligible for the Bulmer Award, the initial criteria are as follows:

      • “A” paper
      • 5 or more sources
      • 2 or more source types (source types defined as periodicals, academic journals, magazines, books, websites, interviews, as examples)

      If a nominated paper meets these minimum initial criteria, the librarians further examine the quality of the research in terms of:

      • extensiveness of bibliography (example: 8 credible sources preferred over 5 credible sources).
      • mix of source types (example: 5 or more source types carry more weight in evaluation than 2 or 3 source types). The award seeks evidence of initiative, persistence and ingenuity in identifying sources in varying formats.
      • critical thinking in the evaluation of the sources for reliability, credibility and appropriateness for subject matter.

      What often distinguishes a recipient’s research paper from other nominees’ is the presence of proper academic formatting and citationThese methods of research paper formatting and citation include, but are not limited to, MLA (Modern Language Association 8th ed.), commonly used in English and Humanities; APA (American Psychological Association 6th ed.), widely used in the Social Sciences; and Chicago Manual, used in History studies.

      What students can do and what faculty can emphasize:

      For more information on selection criteria, to submit a paper online, or to review past recipients and more, visit the Dr. Joseph J. Bulmer Award for Excellence in Library Research subject guide. For additional information, contact Librarian Valerie Lang Waldin, J.D., M.L.S. at v.waldin@hvcc.edu, MRV 141, 518.629.7319.

  • PRIME Elements in the Science Center opens late
    - Posted on February 22, 2018
    • PRIME Elements in the Science Center will open at 9 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 22.

      Normal hours will resume on Friday. We apologize for the inconvenience.

  • WDI offers Security Guard 8-hour Pre-Assignment Training on March 3
    - Posted on February 22, 2018
    • The Workforce Development Institute is offering a Security Guard 8-hour Pre-Assignment training class on Saturday, March 3. This is an 8-hour course required by New York State as the first step in obtaining a security guard registration card from the NYS Department of State.

      The course provides the student with a general overview of the duties and responsibilities of a security guard. Topics covered in this course include the Role of the Security Guard, Legal Powers and Limitations, Emergency Situations, Communications and Public Relations, Access Control, and Ethics and Conduct.

      Security Guard Pre-Assignment 8-Hour Training
      Schedule: Saturday, March 3 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
      Tuition: $85

      Prerequisites: Applicants must be 18 years of age and must not have been convicted of a serious criminal offense and must be a citizen or resident alien of the United States. A minimum of a 10th grade reading skill level in English is required.

      The passing of a written examination is required for successful completion of this course.

      Details on the course and the additional steps to obtain your license from New York State may be found at: Security Guard Training on the WDI web site.

      For additional information and to register:
      — visit www.hvcc.edu/wdi
      — call (518) 629-7338 or (518) 629-4827
      — e-mail workforce@hvcc.edu

  • “Fighting the Opioid Epidemic with Chemistry” webinar
    - Posted on February 21, 2018
    • The HVCC Chemistry Club will view the American Chemical Society (ACS) webinar, entitled “Fighting the Opioid Epidemic with Chemistry,” on Monday, March 5 at 2 p.m. in SCI 385.

      All interested parties are welcome to attend.

      Click to view flyer.

  • WDI Info Session on March 13 for NEW Intro to Automated Web Testing Course
    - Posted on February 21, 2018
    • The Workforce Development Institute and Albany Can Code are pleased to launch their first joint training offering, Intro to Automated Web Testing. There is high demand for web testers in our region! This course, taught by a professional web tester, is designed to give students the practice, knowledge, habits and tools they need to start working as a web tester after completion.

      Find out more at an information session in the
      Bulmer Telecommunications Center on
      Tuesday, March 13 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
      If interested, please RSVP by clicking here.

      Check albanycancode.org for basic information
      on this non-credit course and how to apply.

      For additional information on this course and all other WDI courses:
      — visit www.hvcc.edu/wdi
      — call (518) 629-7338 or (518) 629-4111
      — e-mail workforce@hvcc.edu

  • Nominate the teacher who has made a difference in your life for the President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching
    - Posted on February 21, 2018
    • 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 Friday, April 6, 2018.

      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 in Brahan 008 to help in compiling your nomination packet.

      DEADLINE
      Friday, April 6, 2018.

      View the flyer
      President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2018.

  • Shakespeare & Company presents Othello on Thursday, Feb. 22
    - Posted on February 21, 2018
    • Shakespeare & Company’s ninth annual residency in the Maureen Stapleton Theatre culminates at noon on Thursday, Feb. 22 with a 90-minute production of Othello. The performance is open free to the public and appropriate for all, school age and up.

      The tragedy tells the story of Othello, a powerful gneral in the Venetian army, whose life and marriage are ruined by a conniving, deceitful, and envious solider.

      “If you have not seen a Shakespeare& Company performance before, you will be astonished by how accessible the language is and how compelling the play’s action and story become through the company’s skill and dynamic involvement,” according to Rosanne Raneri, theatre professor.

  • Nominate the teacher who has made a difference in your life for the President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching
    - Posted on February 20, 2018
    • 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 Friday, April 6, 2018.

      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 in Brahan 008 to help in compiling your nomination packet.

      DEADLINE
      Friday, April 6, 2018.

      View the flyer
      President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2018.

  • Human Services Club meets Feb. 26
    - Posted on February 20, 2018
    • Human Services Club

      Come Join the Fun and Get Connected

      Monday, Feb. 26 at 2 p.m.
      Brahan 109

      ALL ARE WELCOME!

      Desserts will be served.

  • Fitness Rooms closed on Wednesday, Feb. 28
    - Posted on February 20, 2018
    • Please note:

      The fitness rooms will be CLOSED on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018.

  • Library Tip of the Week: Cite Your Sources
    - Posted on February 20, 2018
  • Schuyler Flatts Burial Project lecture on Thursday, Feb. 22
    - Posted on February 20, 2018
    • The Voices: A Library Lecture Series Committee is pleased to present The Schuyler Flatts Burial Project with Lisa Anderson and Evelyn King on Thursday, Feb. 22 at noon in the BTC Auditorium.

      A memorial service in June 2016 honored 14 African slaves, whose unmarked, 18th-century graves were discovered in June 2005 by sewer workers near the Menands/Watervliet border. Analysis conducted at the New York State Museum determined the remains of six women, one man, two children and five infants were at least 200 years old.

      Lisa Anderson, the New York State Museum curator who directed the bio-archaeological study, and Evelyn King, a project manager for the reburial, discuss the project, now known as the African Burial Ground at Historic St. Agnes Cemetery, and their ongoing work to secure designation as a New York State Historic Site.

      All are welcome to attend.

  • WDI offers Drones — Remote Pilot FAA Test Prep beginning Feb. 26
    - Posted on February 20, 2018
    • Drones — Remote Pilot FAA Test Prep

      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: Monday/Thursday, Feb. 26 & March 1, 2018
      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 or (518) 629-4111.

  • PRIME Cafe specials Feb. 19 — 23
    - Posted on February 19, 2018
    • BREAKFAST
      M — Huevos Rancheros (6” Tortilla, Scrambled Eggs, Pico, Cheese, Topped with Salsa); $3.99

      T — Greek Omelet (Spinach, Tomato, Red Onion, Feta); $3.99

      W — Loaded Hash Browns (Bacon, Scrambled Eggs, Diced Tomato, Scallions, Cheese Sauce) $3.99

      TH — Bacon Pancake Dippers with Syrup; $3.99

      FR — Hole in One (Choice of Meat); $3.99

      GRILL
      M — Pulled Pork Grilled Cheese (Sourdough, Pickles, BBQ); $5.99

      T — 5 Alarm Burger (Pepper jack, Sriracha, Crispy Fried Jalapenos); $6.49

      W — Pork belly BLT (Shredded Lettuce, Crispy Pork belly, Tomato Jam); $5.99

      TH — Pesto Chicken Wrap (Grilled Chicken, Lettuce, Tomato, Cheese, Pesto Aioli); $5.99

      FR — Fish & Chips; $5.49

      DELI
      M — Hot Italian (Salami, Mortadella, Ham, Provolone, Roasted Peppers, Italian Dressing); $5.99

      T — Tuscan Chicken (Rosemary Chicken, Bacon, Cheddar, Baby Spinach, Garlic Aioli); $5.99

      W — Black & Blue (Shaved Beef, Blue Cheese Crumble, Crispy Onions, Horseradish Aioli); $5.99

      TH — Bruschetta Chicken (Grilled Chicken, Bruschetta, Shredded Mozzarella, Telera Roll); $5.99

      FR — “4 Cheese” Grilled Cheese with Bacon & Tomato; $5.49

      PRIMITTO
      M — Chimichanga (Rice, Beans, Choice of Meat, Cheese Sauce); $6.49

      T — Taco Tuesday (Ground Beef Tacos, Lettuce, Tomato, Sour Cream, Cheese); $5.99

      W — PRIME Crunch Wrap (Ground Beef, Cheese, Tortilla Chips, Lettuce, Tomato, Sour Cream, “GRILLED”); $6.49

      TH — Gobbler Bowl (Mashed Potato, Turkey, Stuffing, Mixed Vegetables); $6.49

      FR- Fajitas (Rice, Beans, Peppers, Onions, Meat, 3 Soft Tortillas); $6.49

      PIZZA
      M- Chicken Philly (Chicken, Diced Peppers & Onions, Dollop Sour Cream)

      T- Sausage & Pepper

      W- Chicken Parmesan

      TH- Buffalo Macaroni & Cheese

      FR-Margherita

      SOUP
      M- Chicken Noodle

      T- Greens & Beans

      W- Tomato Bisque with Grilled Cheese Croutons

      TH- Beef Chili

      FR- Chef Choice

      CHEF CORNER
      M — Baked Penne with Meatballs; $4.99

      T — Jerk Chicken over Spanish rice; $5.99

      W — Tortellini Alfredo with Ham & Peas; $3.99 Small/$4.49 Large

      TH — Short Rib Ragu over Pasta with Roasted Vegetables; $5.99

      PASTA
      Protein — Andouille Sausage
      Vegetable — Spinach

  • This week in athletics
    - Posted on February 19, 2018
    • Men’s basketball (10-15) dropped both of their games last week as Columbia-Greene defeated the Vikings, 99-88, on Wednesday, Feb. 14 and Mohawk Valley defeated Hudson Valley, 83-56, on Saturday, Feb. 17.

      In the game against Columbia-Greene, Steven Clarke (New Hempstead/Spring Valley) led five Vikings in double-digit scoring as he finished with a team-high 19 points. Clarke hit eight field goals and a pair of free throws. Mitchell Dame (Niskayuna/Niskayuna) and David Reo (North Greenbush/Catholic Central) each finished with 14 points with Reo hitting a pair of three-point field goals.

      Against Mohawk Valley, Reo took over the offensive output for the Vikings as he scored 12 of his team-high 17 points after the break. As a team, the Vikings struggled to find baskets and scored only 21 points in the final 20 minutes of the game.

      Upcoming Games: Monday, Feb. 19 at North Country (7 p.m.); Feb. 21 vs. Fulton Montgomery (Senior Day – 7 p.m.)

      Women’s basketball (15-10) dropped both games last week to Columbia-Greene (76-57) and Mohawk Valley (88-62).

      In the Columbia-Greene game, Hayley Jones (Catskill/Catskill) led all of the Vikings starters with 13 points and six rebounds. Jones shot 5-for-10 from the floor and hit a pair of three-point field goals.

      Against Mohawk Valley, Hannah Kreiger (Brunswick/Tamarac) led three Vikings in double-digit scoring as she finished with a game-high 20 points, including four three-point field goals. Kreiger scored 14 of her 20 total points in the final quarter of the game.

      Upcoming Games: Monday, Feb. 19 at North Country (5 p.m.); Feb. 21 vs. Fulton Montgomery (Senior Day – 5 p.m.)

      Men’s and women’s bowling participated in the NJCAA Region 3 tournament on Sunday, Feb. 18 in Utica, N.Y., hosted by Mohawk Valley. The final results were not available at the time of this post. Please visit athletics.hvcc.edu later in the day for the results and recap.

  • Help with scholarship essay and application
    - Posted on February 16, 2018
    • Students interested in applying for Foundation scholarships for the Fall 2018 semester can attend a workshop on Monday, Feb. 19 from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Financial Aid Computer Center in GUN 117.

      Part of the application process is writing an essay. Students who would like help writing their essay can attend an essay writing workshop in the Multi-purpose Room on the second floor of the Marvin Library on Monday, Feb. 19 at 2 p.m. or Friday, Feb. 23 at 11 a.m.

      Students who will be enrolled in the Fall 2018 semester are invited to apply for over 100 scholarships valued at $350,000. You may apply online at:

      https://hvcc.academicworks.com/

      All applications must be completed using this online process. If you do not know or cannot remember your username or password, you may request it at:

      http://www.hvcc.edu/wired/id-request.html

      Additional application workshops will be held on Feb. 26 and March 5. The scholarship application deadline is March 16, 2018.

  • LEAD@HVCC: The Impact and Importance of the Mid-Term Elections on Monday, Feb. 19
    - Posted on February 16, 2018
    • “The Impact and Importance of the Mid-Term Elections” will be the topic of discussion at the next student leadership development workshop scheduled for 3 p.m. Monday, Feb. 19 in the Student Leadership Conference Center,  Campus Center 202 (formerly the Club Corner).

      Professor Robert Whitaker and Professor Allan Joseph, both from the History, Philosophy and Social Sciences Department, will talk about the history of the mid-term elections, what it means, what’s at stake, and the impact it can have on the influence of presidential leadership.

      The workshop is part of a year-long series of the Lead. Educate. Achieve Develop at Hudson Valley Community College (LEAD@HVCC) sponsored by the Student Activities Office. The weekly topics include leadership development skills workshops and critical conversations that debate some of the day’s current issues.

      The campus community is encouraged to attend. For more information, please contact the Student Activities Office 518-629-7348.

  • WDI offers NEW PV Installation Basics (Solar Energy) beginning Feb. 28
    - Posted on February 16, 2018
    • PV INSTALLATION BASICS (Solar Energy)
      Prepare for employment in the
      growing sustainable energy industry!

      Students enrolled in Hudson Valley Community College’s Workforce Development Institute will now be able to take solar training courses at reduced fees thanks to a $25,000 investment from Cypress Creek Renewables. This investment will help provide reduced course fees for students interested in solar job training, with a focus on bringing more women, veterans and underrepresented people into the industry. PV Installation Basics is eligible for this funding!

      Our NEW, 20-hour course answers the needs of local PV company owners who want trained, entry-level workers with basic PV skills. As an introduction to Solar Energy, students will learn to safely and effectively perform installation tasks as a trained, entry-level worker does in the field. Course topics will include:

      • Basic electrical safety
      • Basic measuring
      • Construction safety
      • Electrical grounding and bonding
      • Hand-held power tools
      • PV racking systems
      • PV module handling and installation
      • Rooftop safety
      • Weather proofing

      Schedule: Feb. 28 – March 17, 2018
      Wednesdays, 3 to 6 p.m.; Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m

      Location: Hudson Valley Community College Main Campus

      Tuition: $375

      Prerequisites: Minimum 10th grade-level reading and math skills. Students are required to provide proof of completion of OSHA 10-hour Construction Safety Training course.

      For additional information and to register:
      — visit www.hvcc.edu/wdi
      — call (518) 629-7338 or (518) 629-4111
      — e-mail workforce@hvcc.edu

  • Do you want to play softball, golf or track and field for HVCC?
    - Posted on February 14, 2018
    • As the 2018 spring semester continues, the Hudson Valley athletics department is looking for students interested in playing a spring sport this semester.

      There are still spots available on the following spring sports:

      Softball: Have you played softball in high school and are interested in continuing your career? Please contact head coach, George Rafferty at g.rafferty@hvcc.edu.

      Women’s Golf: We have a few more spots open for the women’s golf team. If you are a beginner or a novice, and want to learn and improve your golf game, please contact head coach Alyssa Ruggiero at a.ruggiero@hvcc.edu.

      Track and Field: If you want to stay active in the spring, joining the track and field program is a great way to remain active and train for other sports. If you are interested in joining the track and field program, please contact assistant coach Jim Bowles at j.bowles@hvcc.edu.

      Be sure to visit Stephanie Clarke in McDonough 219 to fill out a participation packet today!

  • Important Graduation deadlines
    - Posted on February 14, 2018
    • Spring 2018 and Summer 2018 Degree/Certificate Application Deadlines

      This is a reminder that the degree/certificate application deadlines for Spring 2018 and Summer 2018 graduation are as follows:

      Spring 2018 — Friday, March 23, 2018
      Summer 2018 — Friday, June 15, 2018

      • If a student plans 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 March 24 will be considered a Summer 2018 application and a summer application received on June 16 will be considered a Fall 2018 application).

      • Important Note: Summer 2018 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 23 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 all students have been sent a reminder email to their Hudson Valley Community College email account.

  • Schuyler Flatts Burial Project lecture on Thursday, Feb. 22
    - Posted on February 14, 2018
    • The Voices: A Library Lecture Series Committee is pleased to present The Schuyler Flatts Burial Project with Lisa Anderson and Evelyn King on Thursday, Feb. 22 at noon in the BTC Auditorium.

      A memorial service in June 2016 honored 14 African slaves, whose unmarked, 18th-century graves were discovered in June 2005 by sewer workers near the Menands/Watervliet border. Analysis conducted at the New York State Museum determined the remains of six women, one man, two children and five infants were at least 200 years old.

      Lisa Anderson, the New York State Museum curator who directed the bio-archaeological study, and Evelyn King, a project manager for the reburial, discuss the project, now known as the African Burial Ground at Historic St. Agnes Cemetery, and their ongoing work to secure designation as a New York State Historic Site.

      All are welcome to attend.

  • WDI Info Session on Feb. 21 for NEW Intro to Automated Web Testing Course
    - Posted on February 14, 2018
    • Information Session
      for
      Intro to Automated Web Testing
      Wednesday, February 21
      5:30- 7:00 p.m

      The Workforce Development Institute and Albany Can Code are pleased to launch their first joint training offering, Intro to Automated Web Testing. There is high demand for web testers in our region! This course, taught by a professional web tester, is designed to give students the practice, knowledge, habits and tools they need to start working as a web tester after completion.

      Find out more at an information session in the
      Bulmer Telecommunications Center on
      Wednesday, Feb. 21 at 5:30 p.m.
      If interested, please RSVP by clicking HERE.

      Check albanycancode.org for basic information on this non-credit course and how to apply.

      For additional information on this course and all other WDI courses:
      — visit www.hvcc.edu/wdi
      — call (518) 629-7338 or (518) 629-4111
      — e-mail workforce@hvcc.edu

  • Shakespeare & Company’s ninth campus residency, Feb. 19-23
    - Posted on February 13, 2018
    • Shakespeare & Company, one of the country’s premier theatre groups, will be returning for its ninth annual residency in the Maureen Stapleton Theatre, Feb. 29-23.

      The residency culminates at noon on Thursday, Feb. 22 with a 90-minute production of Othello. The tragedy tells the story of Othello, a powerful gneral in the Venetian army, whose life and marriage are ruined by a conniving, deceitful, and envious solider. The performance is open to the public and appropriate for all, school age and up.

      “If you have not seen a Shakespeare& Company performance before, you will be astonished by how accessible the language is and how compelling the play’s action and story become through the company’s skill and dynamic involvement,” according to Rosanne Raneri, theatre professor. “Shakespeare& Company members are well-known not only for their exuberant performances, but also for their compassionate and insightful approach to teaching.”

      Workshops are open to all students
      During the residency, company members will conduct a variety of workshops. Participants will interact with well-trained professional actors and instructors and enjoy dramatic play and activities.

      The residency is especially valuable for actors and theatre-makers at any stage of training, but it’s an experience that anyone — whatever their field of study — can benefit from. Please feel free to share this information with other students and friends who may be interested.

      Residency schedule

      Monday, Feb. 19 and Tuesday, Feb. 20
      10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
      Voice, Movement, and Verse Workshops
      A wonderfully play-filled introduction to voice and movement activities and performing Shakespeare’s dialogue.

      Wednesday, Feb. 21
      10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
      Fight Class and/or Voice, Movement, Verse Workshop
      Fight Class (if held this year) is designed to fully enable those of us who are new to stage combat.

      Thursday, Feb. 22
      Noon to 1:30 p.m.
      OTHELLO performance

      3 to 5:30 p.m.
      Performance Deconstruction Workshop
      This workshop gives participants the chance to discuss and re-direct scenes from the show.

      Friday, Feb. 23
      10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
      Clown Class
      An awesome opportunity, and different from traditional circus clowning; you will love this workshop.

  • Library Tip of the Week: Films on Demand Calendar
    - Posted on February 13, 2018
  • Ash Wednesday
    - Posted on February 12, 2018
    • Ash Wednesday is Feb. 14 and marks the start of Lent, 40 days in which Christians spend time “spring cleaning” their lives, making an effort to “dust off” and renew their faith.

      St. Michael the Archangel Parish, located at 175 Williams Road just south of the college campus, has two opportunities to receive ashes:
      — 7:30 a.m. Prayer Service with the distribution of ashes
      — 12:10 p.m. Mass with distribution of ashes

      Message from Campus Ministry

  • Auditions for “The Importance of Being Earnest” this week
    - Posted on February 12, 2018
    • The Theatre Arts Program will hold auditions for Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest on Thursday, Feb. 15 from 1 to 3 and 5 to 7 pm, and Friday, Feb. 16 from noon to 3 pm at the Maureen Stapleton Theatre, located on the first floor of the Siek Campus Center.

      This wonderful, witty comedy offers nine acting roles. All HVCC students are welcome; no experience is necessary. Auditioners will be asked to read from the script.

      Please contact Professor Rosanne Raneri at r.raneri@hvcc.edu for more information.

  • LAST CALL! WDI’s Electrical Wiring: Principles & Practices beginS Feb. 15
    - Posted on February 12, 2018
    • Plug into a new career today!

      Students enrolled in Hudson Valley Community College’s Workforce Development Institute will now be able to take solar training courses at reduced fees thanks to a $25,000 investment from Cypress Creek Renewables. This investment will help provide reduced course fees for students interested in solar job training, with a focus on bringing more women, veterans and underrepresented people into the industry. This course provides the necessary foundation in electricity needed for the Photovoltaics (PV) field and is eligible for funding.

      WDI has a training course that covers critical entry-level electrical skills.

      ELECTRICAL WIRING: Principles and Practices
      32 hours, 3.2 CEUs, Non-Credit

      Meeting Dates and Times
      February 15 – March 13, 2018
      Tuesdays and Thursdays: 6 to 10:00 p.m.
      Make-up date, if needed due to class cancellation:
      Thursday, March 15

      Tuition
      $625

      The course content includes the following critical topics: performing basic electrical tasks, recognizing distinguishing characteristics of electrical systems and applying design principles and calculations for electrical distribution systems. It is offered with an emphasis on safety and hands-on training in a modern lab setting.

      For additional information and to register:
      — visit www.hvcc.edu/wdi
      — call (518) 629-7338 or (518) 629-4111
      — e-mail workforce@hvcc.edu

      REGISTER NOW!

  • PRIME Cafe specials for Feb. 12 – 16
    - Posted on February 12, 2018
    • Join us Tuesday for New Orleans-style Mardi Gras specials, Wednesday for Valentine’s specials, and Friday for Chinese New Year-inspired dishes!

      BREAKFAST
      M — Spinach, Ham, Onion, Tomato Scramble, $3.99
      T — Banana Walnut Pancakes with Whipped Cream, $3.99
      W — Cinnamon Bun French Toast with bacon, $3.99
      TH — Southwestern Scramble (Pico, Black beans, Pepper jack), $3.99
      FR — Loaded Potato Scramble (Hash browns, Cheddar, Scallions, Bacon, Broccoli), $3.99

      DELI
      M — Berry Nut Salad (Greens, Red onions, Almonds, Pecans, Assorted Berries, Dried Cranberries), $5.99
      T — N’awlins Muffuletta (Salami, Ham, Mortadella, Provolone, Mozzarella, Olive Spread on Italian), $6.49
      W — Grilled Chicken, Roasted Pepper, Provolone, with Spinach Panini, $5.99
      TH — Cape Codder (Turkey, Sliced Cheddar, Bacon, Cranberry Aioli on Wheat Wrap), $5.99
      FR — Thai Chili Chicken Wrap (Marinated Chicken, Snow Peas, Carrots, Onion, Spinach with a Ginger Hoisin Glaze in Flour Tortilla), $6.49

      GRILL
      M — Pit Chicken Grilled Cheese with smoked Gouda and onions, $5.99
      T — Fried Chicken Po’ Boy (Crispy Chicken, Lettuce, Tomato, Zesty Remoulade), $6.49
      W — Pesto Grilled Cheese on Sourdough, $3.99
      TH — Fried Chipotle Chicken Sliders with Waffle Fries (Bacon, Swiss, Carmelized Onion Spread, Chipotle Aioli), $5.49
      FR — Asian Fish Fry (Fried White Fish, Sweet Chili Sauce, Asian Slaw), $5.99

      PRIMITTO
      MvMole Chicken Burrito (Rice, Pico, Lettuce, Cheese, Pinto Beans), $6.49
      T — Blackened Shrimp Etouffe served over Rice with Green Onions Sprinkle of Cayenne, $6.49
      W — BBQ Pork Tacos (your choice toppings), $1.99 each
      TH — Buffalo Chicken Tacos (Lettuce, Pico, Blue Cheese Crumbles), $1.99
      FR — General Tso Chicken with White Rice and Broccoli (Egg Roll), $5.99

      PIZZA
      M — Breakfast ALL DAY!
      T — Smoked Chicken Strombolis
      W — Chef Selected Heart Shaped Pizzas and Dessert Pizzas
      TH — Pineapple, Roasted Red Peppers, Spinach
      FR — Meatball and Hot Pepper

      CHEF CORNER
      M — Buffalo Chicken Mac & Cheese, $2.99 small/$3.99 large
      T — Andouille & Chicken Jambalaya, $5.99
      W — Chicken Parmesan with Linguine and Garlic Stick, (5.99 for 1/10.99 for 2)
      TH — House-made Bacon Cheeseburger Ravioli with Cheese Sauce, $5.99
      FR — Vegetable Lo Mein with Egg Roll, $5.99

      SOUP
      M — Pork & White Bean
      T — Chicken & Rice
      W — Vegetable Minestrone
      TH — Cream of Broccoli
      FR — Chef Choice

  • US Virgin Islands hurricane support
    - Posted on February 12, 2018
    • Hudson Valley Community College’s Niemond Zonders Club is currently collecting donations for hurricane relief in the US Virgin Islands with support from the Student Senate.

      Students will be collecting donations on Mondays from noon to 4 p.m. outside of FTZ 248.

      Items needed at this time are batteries (AA or C), mosquito repellent, mosquito netting, hand sanitizer, Aleve, Advil, Tums, coffee, solar lights, stick lighters, protein bars, beef jerky, tea, rice, and pasta. Amazon gift cards are also being collected to purchase building supplies and heavier materials, in order to save on shipping costs.

      Donations will be sent to and St. Croix for transport to St. John and St. Thomas, courtesy of Turn and Burn.

  • Upcoming Foundation scholarship workshops
    - Posted on February 9, 2018
    • Students interested in applying for Foundation scholarships for the Fall 2018 semester can attend a workshop on Monday, Feb. 12 from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Financial Aid Computer Center in GUN 117.

      The application period for scholarships funded by the Hudson Valley Community College Foundation is now open. Students who will be enrolled in the Fall 2018 semester are invited to apply online at:

      https://hvcc.academicworks.com/

      All applications must be completed using this online process. If you do not know or cannot remember your username or password, you may request it at:
      http://www.hvcc.edu/wired/id-request.html

      Additional workshops will be held on Feb. 19, 26 and March 5. Students who would like help writing their essay can attend an essay writing workshop in the Multi-purpose Room on the second floor of the Marvin Library on Monday, Feb. 19 at 2 p.m. or Friday, Feb. 23 at 11 a.m.

      Over $350,000 in scholarships will be awarded. The deadline is March 16, 2018.

  • Come “walk Like an Egyptian” in the lab!
    - Posted on February 8, 2018
    • The next Chemistry Club Meeting — “Chemistry in the Time of the Pharaohs” — is Monday, Feb. 12 at 2 p.m. in SCI 385.

      All are welcome!

  • PRIME Cafe Hours, 2/7/2018
    - Posted on February 7, 2018
    • Due to the incoming snow storm, our PRIME at HVCC location in the Siek Campus Center will be open from 8 am – 11 am. Please join us for coffee, breakfast, grab and go, and pizza.

      Complimentary coffee stations will be available at PRIME Elements in Williams Hall, and PRIME Books and Bites in the Marvin Library.

      Normal cafe hours will resume on 2/8/18.

  • Better Together: celebrate interfaith harmony!
    - Posted on February 6, 2018
    • BETTER TOGETHER
      Celebrating Interfaith Harmony

      Join us each Tuesday from 10:30-11:30 a.m. in the Student Leadership Conference Center, Siek Campus Center (second floor, outside Student Activities)

      Feb. 13: “Discovering Other Cultures & Faiths”
      Tellabration! Share a story, listen to one; “tellabrate” diversity

      Feb. 20: “Of Many,” documentary film screening and discussion

      Feb. 27: “#Coexist” awareness event

      March 6:  “Finding Harmony between LGBTQ Communities & Faith”
      Tellabration! Share a story, listen to one; “tellabrate” unity!

      March 13: Better Together interfaith prayer service

  • Did you know that Hudson Valley has a Chemistry Club?
    - Posted on February 6, 2018
    • Spring 2018 Chemistry Club Meeting Schedule

      All dates are Mondays. All meetings at 2 p.m. in SCI 385. All interested parties are welcome to attend.

      Feb 12: Chemistry in the Time of the Pharaohs

      March 5: Fighting the Opioid Epidemic with Chemistry (an ACS Webinar)

      April 9: Science Center building tour

  • Poetry Out Loud competition postponed to Wednesday, Feb. 14
    - Posted on February 6, 2018
    • Due to the forecast for heavy snow, the  Poetry Out Loud recitation competition for regional high school students is postponed to Wednesday, Feb. 14 at 6 p.m. in the BTC Auditorium. (It originally was scheduled for Feb. 7.)

      The campus community and public are welcome to attend! Light refreshments will be served.

      Scott Hathaway, chair of the Department of Fine Arts, Theatre Arts and Digital Media, will host the event. Judges will be Noah Kucij, Many Panza, Roseanne Raneri and GG Roberts. T.J. Mullen, an architecture student at Hudson Valley, will be scorekeeper.

      The winner and runner-up will move on to the state finals to be held in March in Syracuse, NY.

  • Library Tip of the Week: Love True Crime Television Shows?
    - Posted on February 6, 2018
  • Senior Auto Labs now open!
    - Posted on February 5, 2018
    • If you have a car in need of repair, consider bringing it to the Senior Automotive Lab in Cogan Hall!

      Details about the program and a link to make an appointment can be found at http://www.hvcc.edu/departments/eit/ame/auto-lab.html or simply type “Auto Lab” into the search box on the Hudson Valley Community College home page.

  • WDI offers Security Guard 8-hour Pre-Assignment Training on March 3
    - Posted on February 5, 2018
    • The Workforce Development Institute is offering a Security Guard 8-hour Pre-Assignment training class on Saturday, March 3, 2018. This is an 8-hour course required by New York State as the first step in obtaining a security guard registration card from the NYS Department of State.

      The course provides the student with a general overview of the duties and responsibilities of a security guard. Topics covered in this course include the Role of the Security Guard, Legal Powers and Limitations, Emergency Situations, Communications and Public Relations, Access Control, and Ethics and Conduct.

      Security Guard Pre-Assignment 8-Hour Training
      Schedule: Saturday, March 3, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
      Tuition: $85

      Prerequisites: Applicants must be 18 years of age and must not have been convicted of a serious criminal offense and must be a citizen or resident alien of the United States. A minimum of a 10th grade reading skill level in English is required.

      The passing of a written examination is required for successful completion of this course.

      Details on the course and the additional steps to obtain your license from New York State may be found at: Security Guard Training on the WDI web site.

      For additional information and to register:
      — visit www.hvcc.edu/wdi
      — call (518) 629-7338 or (518) 629-4827
      — e-mail workforce@hvcc.edu

  • Do you want to play softball this season?
    - Posted on February 5, 2018
    • All students interested in playing for the Vikings softball team this spring, please contact head coach George Rafferty at g.rafferty@hvcc.edu.

      It is not too late to sign up to play! If you have additional questions, please visit the athletics department in the McDonough  Sports Complex, room 219.

  • College to host Poetry Out Loud regional competition on Wednesday, Feb. 7
    - Posted on February 5, 2018
    • Students from high schools around the region will gather in the BTC Auditorium on Wednesday, Feb. 7 at 6 p.m. to compete in the regional Poetry Out Loud recitation competition.

      The campus community and public is welcome to attend! Light refreshments will be served.

      Scott Hathaway, chair of the Department of Fine Arts, Theatre Arts and Digital Media, will host the event. Judges will be Noah Kucij, Many Panza, Roseanne Raneri and GG Roberts. T.J. Mullen, an architecture student at Hudson Valley, will be scorekeeper.

      The winner and runner-up will move on to the state finals to be held in March in Syracuse, NY.

  • This week in athletics
    - Posted on February 5, 2018
    • Men’s basketball (9-12) has now won five straight games after going 2-0 last week. The Vikings defeated Adirondack, 87-61, on Jan. 31 and Schenectady, 73-61, on Saturday, Feb. 3.

      Mitchell Dame led the Vikings on Wednesday evening with 16 points and has now scored double figures in three of the last four wins for Hudson Valley. Brandon Degrasse scored all of his 13 points in the first half of the game to help the Vikings jump out to an early lead on Adirondack.

      On Saturday, the men’s basketball team partnered with the athletic department and the Hudson Valley Community College Foundation to hold a fundraiser for their teammate, Justus Simon, who was recently diagnosed with cancer. The Vikings were led by freshman Brandon Degrasse (Bronx/E.A. Reynolds) with 22 points and sophomore Dave Reo (North Greenbush/Catholic Central), who finished the game with 17 points.

      Upcoming games: Wednesday, Feb. 7 at Clinton; Saturday, Feb. 10 vs. North Country at 1 p.m.

      Women’s basketball (14-7) also completed an undefeated week, going 2-0 with wins over Adirondack (75-64) and Schenectady (77-58) this last weekend and have now won five straight games.

      In the win against Adirondack, Hannah Kreiger (Brunswick/Tamarac) led all scorers with a game-high 20 points and shot 7-for-15 from the floor, including 4-for-11 from behind the arc. Kreiger has reached 20 points in seven games this year and currently leads the Vikings with 14.8 points per game this season.

      The Vikings entered the Schenectady game leading the nation with 180 made three-point field goals and they continued their hot shooting from behind the arc this afternoon. As a team, the Vikings made 13 baskets from long range to increase their national lead. Hannah Kreiger (Brunswick/Tamarac) led the Vikings with 24 points on a game-high eight three-point field goals.

      Upcoming games: Wednesday, Feb. 7 at Clinton; Saturday, Feb. 10 vs. North Country at 3 p.m.

      Men’s and women’s bowling participated in the Boulevard Classic, hosted by Schenectady and the Schenectady Invitational last weekend. The men’s bowling team finished sixth with a score of 6,994. The women’s bowling team finished third in the Boulevard Classic with a score of 6,149.

      Spencer McClellan was the Vikings top bowler as he finished 12th overall with an all-events score of 1,106. Kyla Day finished seventh overall in the women’s standings with an all-events score of 994.

      Upcoming bowling schedule: Feb. 9: Conference match hosted by Adirondack.

  • Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. lecture on Tuesday, Feb. 6
    - Posted on February 5, 2018
    • The Voices: A Library Lecture Series committee is pleased to present “Crisis in Black Education” by Dr. Kimberly Young Wilkins on Tuesday, Feb. 6, at 10 a.m. in the BTC Auditorium.

      The crisis in black education has increased significantly in urban neighborhoods. Public schools lack resources, endure overcrowding, exhibit a racial achievement gap, and confront policies that fail to deliver substantive opportunities. Dr. Wilkins, assistant commissioner for innovation and school reform in the New York State Education Department, will speak about her vast personal experiences as an African American educator.

  • PRIME Cafe specials Feb. 5 through 9
    - Posted on February 5, 2018
    • BREAKFAST
      M- Ham, Egg, & Cheese on Glazed Doughnut; $3.99
      T- Egg Benedict Wrap; $3.99
      W- Buttermilk Biscuits with Sausage Gravy; $3.99
      TH- Western Omelet; $3.99
      FR- PRIME Muffinwich; $3.99

      GRILL
      M- Turkey Rueben (Turkey, Coleslaw, Swiss, Russian dressing, Rye Bread); $5.99
      T- Buffalo Chicken Quesadilla (Crispy Chicken, Cheddar Cheese, Buffalo Sauce, Tomato Wrap) Blue Cheese Dressing for Dipping; $6.49
      W- Chicken Adelphia (Grilled Chicken, Peppers, Onions, Provolone Cheese, Sour dough Bread); $5.99
      TH- Smokehouse Chicken (Grilled Chicken, Applewood Bacon, Cheddar Cheese, Slathered with BBQ); $5.99
      FR- Cheesy Loaded Waffle Fries; $4.99

      PIZZA
      M- Hawaiian
      T- Spinach, Fontina, Mushroom
      W- Lasagna Stuffed Pizza
      TH- Italian Sausage, Broccoli Rabe, Cherry Pepper
      FR- Tomato Pesto

      DELI/SALAD
      M- New Yorker (Roast Beef, Swiss, Caramelized Onions, Tomato, Horseradish Mayo, Sour Dough); $5.99
      T- Nutty Goat Cheese Panini (Broccoli Rabe, Hazelnuts, Roasted Garlic, Sour Dough); $5.99
      W- Teriyaki Chicken Salad (Romaine, Diced Tomato, Onions, Cucumbers, Mandarin Oranges, Crispy Noodle); $5.99
      TH- Cubano (Pork Shoulder, Sliced Ham, Pickles, Swiss, Honey Mustard); $5.99
      FR- Chicken Cheese BLT (Grilled Chicken, Cheddar Cheese, Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato); $5.99

      PRIMITTO
      M-Ancho Chipotle Chicken Chimmichanga (Chicken, Rice, Cheddar, Deep Fried); $6.49
      T- Baja Pork Torta (Pork, Tomato, Red onion, Avocado, Pico De Gallo, Cilantro Lime Sour Cream, Chipotle Mayo, Kaiser Roll); $6.49
      W- Fish Tacos (Fried Cod Filets, Pico De Gallo, Cilantro Lime Slaw, Creamy Remoulade); $5.99 (2)
      TH- Beef Adobada Tacos (Braised Beef, Salsa Roja, Cilantro, Avocado Salsa, Limes, Pickled Cabbage, Pico De Gallo); $5.99 (2)
      FR- Crispy Chicken Bowl (2 Tenders, Lettuce, Rice, Tomatoes, Cheese, Guacamole); $6.49

      SOUP
      M- Pork Stew|
      T- Italian Wedding
      W- Asian Chicken
      TH- French Onion
      FR- Chef Choice

      CHEF CORNER
      M- Rosemary Chicken Alfredo with Tomatoes, Scallions, Penne; $5.99
      T- Lemon Roasted Chicken (Roasted Sweet Potato & Black Bean Salad, Wilted Spinach); $5.99
      W- Chicken & Waffles; $5.99
      TH- Shrimp Gumbo with Andouille Sausage, Rice, Okra, Stewed Tomatoes; $5.99
      FR- House-made Bacon Cheeseburger Ravioli with Cheese Sauce; $5.99

  • Foundation scholarships now available
    - Posted on February 5, 2018
    • The application period for scholarships funded by the Hudson Valley Community College Foundation is now open. Students who will be enrolled in the Fall 2018 semester are invited to apply online at:
      https://hvcc.academicworks.com/

      All applications must be completed using this online process. If you do not know or cannot remember your username or password, you may request it at:
      http://www.hvcc.edu/wired/id-request.html

      Students requiring assistance with the application form can stop by the Financial Aid Computer Center in GUN 117 from 2 to 4 p.m. on Feb. 12, 19, 26 or March 5. Students who would like help writing their essay can attend an essay writing workshop in the Multi-purpose Room on the second floor of the Marvin Library on Monday, Feb. 19 at 2 p.m. or Friday, Feb. 23 at 11 a.m.

      Over $350,000 in scholarships will be awarded. The deadline is March 16, 2018.

  • WDI upcoming instructor-led training courses
    - Posted on February 2, 2018
    • Check out all of WDI’s upcoming Instructor-Led Training Courses!

  • Automotive Repair Lab open!
    - Posted on February 2, 2018
    • 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.

      To learn more about the purpose of the lab, how it functions, and to request an appointment, please visit www.hvcc.edu/departments/eit/ame/auto-lab.html.

  • Please join Vikings #FightingForJustus, a student-athlete battling cancer, at basketball games on Saturday, Feb. 3
    - Posted on February 2, 2018
    • The Athletics Department and the college community have come together to organize a fundraising effort for men’s basketball student-athlete, Justus Simon, on Saturday, Feb. 3 (Spirit Day) during the women’s and men’s basketball games against Schenectady starting at noon.

      Justus was recently diagnosed with cancer and his teammates and coaches are raising money for the Simon family to help with medical bills and treatment.

      Justus, a business administration major, was in the first semester of his freshman season with the men’s basketball team. Simon played in 11 games and started twice for the Vikings during the fall semester and averaged 5.9 points per game.

      Prior to enrolling at Hudson Valley, Simon attended Green Tech high school where he played two years of varsity basketball and track and field.

      How can you help:

      T-shirts will be sold on Wednesday, Jan. 31 in the Campus Center from 11:50 a.m. to 12:50 p.m. and on Spirit Day on Saturday, Feb. 3 from noon to 4 p.m. in the McDonough Sports Complex.

      You can also email Assistant Director of Athletics Adam Sopris (a.sopris@hvcc.edu) for additional information or to set up a time to purchase a shirt this week.

      Thank you and Go Vikings! #FightingForJustus

  • Where is the happiest place in the United States?
    - Posted on February 2, 2018
    • Where is the happiest place in the United States? In the world?

      National Geographic has the answer!

      To access Dwight Marvin Library’s subscription to this legendary publication, click on Research Databases and Online Sources, select Research Databases found for N (titles beginning with an ‘n’), and find National Geographic in the alphabetical list of sources.

      Full content, photographs and maps from issues published 1888 to present are available to HVCC staff and students. On campus access is available with a quick click on the National Geographic link; off campus requires a simple login using your HVCC username and password.

      So where is the happiest place in the U.S., and where are the happiest places in the world? The answer lies in November 2017’s issue! 

General News Releases and Media Advisories

Talk by Alison Bechdel, "Fun Home" Author, Closes Out Month of Three Powerhouse Lectures at Hudson Valley Community College

New Director of High School Programs Named at Hudson Valley Community College

Hudson Valley Now Offering Accelerated-Format Surgical Technology Degree

Four Students Named To USA Today Phi Theta Kappa All-New York Academic Team

Cypress Creek Renewables Announces New York Solar Job Training Initiative with College's Workforce Development Institute

Cypress Creek Renewables and HVCC's Workforce Development Institute Announce Solar Job Training Initiative

Classes cancelled until 10 a.m.; college closed until 10 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 17

Saturday, Jan. 13 Extended Hours Cancelled

Mohawk Honda Donates 2013 Ford Escape to College's Automotive Program

The Teaching Gallery at Hudson Valley Community College to Exhibit Paintings by Emerald Rose Whipple

More News

Athletic News Releases

Women's Basketball Wins in Convincing Fashion

Men's Basketball Concludes Season with 91-84 Win

Men's Basketball Avenges Last Week's Loss to North Country

Women's Basketball Defeated by North Country

Women’s Bowling Placed Second at Regional Tournament

Men’s Bowling Finished Fourth at Regional Tournament

Women's Basketball Defeated by Mohawk Valley

Men's Basketball Falters on the Road at Mohawk Valley

Men's Basketball Falls to Columbia-Greene

Women's Basketball Defeated by Columbia-Greene

More Athletic News

Upcoming Events

Feb 23 - Section 2 Boy’s Basketball Quarterfinals

Feb 24 - Section 2 Boy’s Basketball Quarterfinals

Feb 25 - Section 2 Boy’s Basketball Quarterfinals

Feb 26 - Transfer Information Table: Southern Vermont College

Feb 26 - Student Senate Meeting

Feb 26 - Academic Senate Meeting

Feb 26 - LEAD @ HVCC Workshop: Title IX (Domestic Violence and Sexual Harassment)

Feb 27 - Celebrate Interfaith Harmony: #Coexist Awareness Event

Feb 27 - EOC Job Fair

Feb 27 - Heart Beatz: Therapeutic Drumming

Feb 27 - Board of Trustees Monthly Meeting

Feb 28 - Faculty Workshop Day – No classes

Mar 1 - Transfer Advisor Visit: SUNY Plattsburgh

Mar 1 - Mindfulness Meditation

Mar 1 - HonorScholar Information Evening

More Events and Details

Upcoming Athletic Events

February 25 @ 3 p.m. Men's Lacrosse

February 26 @ 2 p.m. Men's Lacrosse

March 1 @ TBA Men's Bowling

March 1 @ TBA Women's Bowling

March 3 @ TBA Men's Bowling

March 3 @ TBA Women's Bowling

March 14 @ 4 p.m. Men's Lacrosse (Home)

March 17 @ 12 p.m. Men's Lacrosse (Home)

March 17 @ 1 p.m. Baseball

March 17 @ 4 p.m. Baseball

More Athletic Events