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  • Pumpkins are here!
    - Posted on October 18, 2017
    • Stop by the Student Activities Office (CTR 210) to pick up your pumpkins to carve or decorate for the Pumpkin Palooza contest!

      Carved and/or embellished pumpkins must be dropped off by 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 26 to the first floor of the Campus Center to be included in the Pumpkin Palooza contest!

      This event is open to all students, faculty and staff! Prizes will be announced following judging at 1 p.m.

      If you would like to take your pumpkin home after the contest, please pick it up in the Campus Center by 1:30 p.m. All remaining pumpkins will be used for decoration at the community Pumpkin Palooza in the McDonough Sports Complex.

  • Films on Thursday, Oct. 19: Carlos Saura’s Flamenco Trilogy
    - Posted on October 18, 2017
    • Carlos Saura’s Flamenco Trilogy
      Thursday, Oct. 19
      Bulmer Telecommunications Center Auditorium

      11 a.m. — “Blood Wedding” (1981, 71 min)
      12:30 p.m. — “Carmen” (1983, 101 min)
      2:30 p.m. — “El Amor Brujo” (1986, 103 min)

      Carlos Saura’s “Flamenco Trilogy” showcases the great film director’s passion for dance and music, and his ongoing exploration of Spanish national identity. All three films star and were choreographed by legendary dancer Antonio Gades, and feature thrilling physicality and electrifying cinematography and editing.

      Open free to all. Presented by the Cultural Affairs Program.

  • Dr. Ann Marie Murray, presidential candidate, on campus today, October 17
    - Posted on October 17, 2017
    • Dr. Ann Marie Murray, associate provost and chief of staff at the University at Albany, and former president of Herkimer County Community College, is the third of three presidential candidates to visit campus, October 10 through 17. Dr. Murray’s visit is Monday and Tuesday, October 16 and 17.

      Please review the visit schedule that includes separate meetings with staff, students and faculty, as well as an open forum for all faculty, staff and students. Additional information about each of the candidates can be found in Blackboard in the Presidential Finalists organization.

      All faculty, staff and students are invited and encouraged to share their impressions of each candidate by completing the survey also found in the Presidential Finalists organization.

  • Library Tip of the Week: CQ Researcher
    - Posted on October 17, 2017
  • Spring 2018 off-campus courses available
    - Posted on October 16, 2017
    • Spring 2018 Off-Campus
      Classes are now available!

      Winter is coming very soon! Are you starting to dread the commute and wish there were courses you could take closer to home or near where you work?

      Then you’re in luck!

      Did you know that Hudson Valley Community College offers a variety of courses at several off-campus locations in the community? These are the exact same classes you could take on-campus and are taught by Hudson Valley instructors.

      If you live in or near Albany, Troy, Clifton Park or Malta, we may have what you’re looking for! Depending on the location you choose, classes are available during the day, evening or both.

      Our Albany Extension Center is conveniently located at 175 Central Avenue and is on a main bus route. Remember, you can use your Hudson Valley ID card to get there on a CDTA bus! For those driving, there is parking available behind the building for evening students. This location is offering 9 classes for the Spring 2018 semester.

      Albany Extension Center, 175 Central Avenue
      Economics

      37841 ECON 100–800 Principles of Macroeconomics
      English
      37357 ENGL 101-800 English Composition I
      30183 ENGL 101-801 English Composition I
      31924 ENGL 102-805 English Composition II
      Mathematics
      37521 MATH 099–800 Elementary Algebra I
      37932 MATH 110-800 Intermediate Algebra
      30727 MATH 120-800 Real World Math
      Psychology
      37842 PSYC 100-800 General Psychology
      33019 PSYC 205-800 Developmental Psychology

      We are offering evening courses at the two area high schools listed below.

      Lansingburgh High School
      30238 ENGL 102-804 English Composition II

      Shenendehowa High School
      37406 ENGL 102-800 English Composition II
      37993 ENGL 125-800 Public Speaking

      For those of you in the Malta area, our TEC-SMART facility is offering 8 courses in a variety of topics.

      TEC-SMART, Malta
      General Computer

      37765 CMPT 115-850 Introduction to Business Analytics w/Excel
      English
      34630 ENGL 101-851 English Composition I
      37365 ENGL 102-850 English Composition II
      History
      37834 HIST 111-850 Interpretation of American History II
      Mathematics
      37262 MATH 150-850 College Algebra & Trig
      37337 MATH 170-850 Precalculus
      Music
      34956 MUSC 106-850 The History of Rock & Roll
      Psychology
      30412 PSYC 210-850 Abnormal Psychology

      For more information regarding days and times, please go to WiRed. After selecting Spring 2018 to look up available classes, select “Off-Campus” in the “Part of Term” box to see all of the details. Or you may speak with your advisor.

      Remember to schedule soon so you don’t miss out!

  • Dr. Ann Marie Murray, presidential candidate, on campus today, October 16 and Tuesday, October 17
    - Posted on October 16, 2017
    • Dr. Ann Marie Murray, associate provost and chief of staff at the University at Albany, and former president of Herkimer County Community College, is the third of three presidential candidates to visit campus, October 10 through 17. Dr. Murray’s visit is Monday and Tuesday, October 16 and 17.

      Please review the visit schedule that includes separate meetings with staff, students and faculty, as well as an open forum for all faculty, staff and students. Additional information about each of the candidates can be found in Blackboard in the Presidential Finalists organization.

      All faculty, staff and students are invited and encouraged to share their impressions of each candidate by completing the survey also found in the Presidential Finalists organization.

  • Constitutional Convention Talk on Wednesday, Oct. 18
    - Posted on October 16, 2017
    • During the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 7, voters in New York State will be asked if they wish to call a Constitutional Convention.

      In preparation for this vote, Faculty Members Alan Joseph and Robert Whitaker present “The New York State 2017 Constitutional Convention Question,” an informative and educational talk on the New York State Constitutional Convention ballot question, from 10 to 11 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 18 in the Multipurpose Room of the Marvin Library Learning Commons.

      The presentation explores both the history of constitutional conventions in New York and past changes to the Constitution, as well as the process and function of a convention should the voters approve the measure this fall. It also examines arguments both for and against calling a convention. Audience questions will be welcome and light refreshments will be provided.

  • Oct. 18 & 20 film screening and panel discussion focus on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
    - Posted on October 16, 2017
    • Join the Teacher Preparation Department for one of two film screenings of the documentary “Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope” followed by panel discussion on the effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and resulting short and long-term health effects.

      When?

      • Wednesday, Oct. 18 3 p.m. in Higbee 100
      • Friday, Oct. 20 at 10 a.m. in BTC Auditorium

      Who should attend?

      • Students, faculty and community members

      Panelists for the showings will include: Susan Garrigan-Piela, Hudson Valley psychology professor; Jennifer Haggarty, director of Rensselaer County Mental Health Substance Abuse; Nicole Arduini-VanHoose, Hudson Valley psychology professor; and Teresa D’Arcangelis, student assistance counselor, Rensselaer County.

      The film discusses a new movement among pediatricians, therapists, educators and communities, who are using cutting edge brain science to disrupt cycles of violence, addiction and disease. You can view this short video to find out more about ACEs.

      The campus community is invited to learn how to intervene and combat the inter-generational effects of ACEs.

  • This week in athletics
    - Posted on October 16, 2017
    • Cross Country will be participating in the annual conference meet Saturday, Oct. 21 on the campus of SUNY Adirondack. The cross country team was off this last weekend and did not participate in any events.

      Football (1-5) will be home on Saturday, Oct. 21 to face Monroe College at 2 p.m. Football also was off last weekend and did not play.

      Men’s Soccer (8-6) lost a pair of tough match-ups last week with a 3-2 loss at home to Broome on Wednesday, Oct. 11 and a 6-1 loss on the road at Onondaga on Saturday, Oct. 14. Men’s soccer has two games left in the 2017 regular season with games at Bergen on Oct. 17 and home against Jefferson on Sunday, Oct. 22.

      Women’s Soccer (9-4) has now won five straight games after winning twice last week. Women’s soccer defeated Broome, 4-0, at home on Oct. 11, marking the first time the Vikings have defeated Broome during Coach Pokines’ 13-year tenure. Women’s soccer also defeated Onondaga, 2-0, on Saturday, Oct. 14.

      Women’s soccer has two games left in the 2017 regular season with games at Bergen on Oct. 17 and home against Jefferson on Sunday, Oct. 22.

      Women’s Volleyball (8-13) competed in its final pod tournament of the 2017 season on Saturday as North Country hosted the pod at the Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, N.Y.

      Volleyball defeated Mohawk Valley in straight sets, but was unable to earn wins over Herkimer and Fulton-Montgomery, losing both matches in 3-2 in five sets. Volleyball has its final home game Monday, Oct. 16 at 7 p.m. Volleyball concludes the 2017 season on Thursday, Oct. 18 at Orange Community College.

  • PRIME Cafe specials
    - Posted on October 16, 2017
    • Monday, Oct. 16
      Grill Breakfast: Southwestern Scramble; $4.49
      Chef’s Corner: Spaghetti Pie with Meatballs; $4.99
      Grill: Boneless Wings & Fries (Your Way);$5.49
      PRIME-ito: BBQ Beef Burrito; $6.49
      Soup: Beef Vegetable
      Pizza: Meatball & Hot Pepper

      Tuesday, Oct. 17
      Grill Breakfast: Banana Chocolate Chip Pancakes; $4.99
      Chef’s Corner: Swedish Meatballs with Penne; $5.49
      Grill: General Tso-Boy Sandwich (Chicken Tenders, Shred Lettuce, Mayo, Hoagie Roll); $6.49
      PRIME-ito: Buffalo Chicken Bowl; $6.49
      Soup: Chicken & Rice
      Pizza: Cowboy

      Wednesday, Oct. 18
      Grill Breakfast: Caprese Omelet; $4.99
      Chef’s Corner: Fried Chicken with Mac & Cheese; $5.49
      Grill: Chicken Florentine (Grilled Chicken, Sauteed Spinach, Provolone); $6.49
      PRIME-ito: Fried Chicken Street Tacos; $6.49
      Soup: Gumbo
      Pizza: Stuffed Crust

      Thursday, Oct. 19
      Grill Breakfast: Pumpkin Pancakes with Sausage; $4.99
      Chef’s Corner: Taco Bake; $5.49
      Grill: Cherry Pepper Pork Sandwich; $6.49
      PRIME-ito: Cheeseburger Burrito; $6.49
      Soup: Chef Choice
      Pizza: Taco Pizza

      Friday, Oct. 20
      Grill Breakfast: PRIME Egg-wich; $3.99
      Chef Corner: Chicken Fried Rice; $4.99
      Grill: Patty Melt on Rye; $6.49
      PRIME-ito: Make your own Nachos; $5.49
      Soup: Chef Choice
      Pizza: White Broccoli & Tomato

  • Dr. Roger Ramsammy, presidential candidate, on campus today, October 13
    - Posted on October 13, 2017
    • Dr. Roger Ramsammy, former president of the West Campus, Miami Dade Community College, is the second of three presidential candidates to visit campus, October 10 through 17. Dr. Ramsammy’s visit is Thursday and Friday, October 12 and 13.

      Please review the visit schedule that includes separate meetings with staff, students and faculty, as well as an open forum for all faculty, staff and students. Additional information about each of the candidates can be found in Blackboard in the Presidential Finalists organization.

      All faculty, staff and students are invited and encouraged to share their impressions of each candidate by completing the survey also found in the Presidential Finalists organization.

  • Notice of Special Meeting of the HVCC Board of Trustees
    - Posted on October 13, 2017
    • A special meeting of the Hudson Valley Community College Board of Trustees will be held Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017, at 4:30 p.m. in the Bulmer Telecommunications Center Meeting Rooms on the main campus, 80 Vandenburgh Ave., Troy, New York.

      It is anticipated that the Chairman will call for a motion to enter Executive Session for the purpose of discussing a personnel matter.

      The agenda will be posted to the Board’s web page on Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017.

  • HVCC Novel Bunch to meet twice this fall
    - Posted on October 12, 2017
    • The HVCC Novel Bunch will meet twice this fall to discuss the following two books and hear from Jim LaBate, our own Hudson Valley Community College author. Both of these meetings will be held on Mondays at 2 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room of the Marvin Library Learning Commons.

      For more info. contact Anne LaBelle at a.labelle@hvcc.edu or 518-629-7384.

      Monday, Oct. 30 — #1 New York Times Bestseller “Man Called Ove”
      by Fredrik Backman
      Meet Ove. He’s a curmudgeon — the kind of man who points at people he dislikes as if they were burglars caught outside his bedroom window. He has staunch principles, strict routines, and a short fuse. People call him “the bitter neighbor from hell.” But must Ove be bitter just because he doesn’t walk around with a smile plastered to his face all the time?

      Monday, Nov. 20 — “The Things I Threw in the River: The Story of One Man’s Life”
      by Jim LaBate
      In the novel, the first-person narrator lives near the Mohawk River in upstate New York during the 1950’s, ’60’s, ’70’s, and ’80’s. He tells a series of related stories about what he threw into the river and why. The first story concerns an incident that occurs when the narrator is four years old, and the final story occurs in 1988 when he is 37. That final story is the most dramatic of all, takes up 50% of the novel, and is based on a real incident.

  • Dr. Roger Ramsammy, presidential candidate, on campus today, October 12 and Friday, October 13
    - Posted on October 12, 2017
    • Dr. Roger Ramsammy, former president of the West Campus, Miami Dade Community College, is the second of three presidential candidates to visit campus, October 10 through 17. Dr. Ramsammy’s visit is Thursday and Friday, October 12 and 13.

      Please review the visit schedule that includes separate meetings with staff, students and faculty, as well as an open forum for all faculty, staff and students. Additional information about each of the candidates can be found in Blackboard in the Presidential Finalists organization.

      All faculty, staff and students are invited and encouraged to share their impressions of each candidate by completing the survey also found in the Presidential Finalists organization.

  • Oct. 18 & 20 film screening and panel discussion focus on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
    - Posted on October 11, 2017
    • Join the Teacher Preparation Department for one of two film screenings of the documentary “Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope” followed by panel discussion on the effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and resulting short and long-term health effects.

      When?

      • Wednesday, Oct. 18 3 p.m. in Higbee 100
      • Friday, Oct. 20 at 10 a.m. in BTC Auditorium

      Who should attend?

      • Students, faculty and community members

      Panelists for the showings will include: Susan Garrigan-Piela, Hudson Valley psychology professor; Jennifer Haggarty, director of Rensselaer County Mental Health Substance Abuse; Nicole Arduini-VanHoose, Hudson Valley psychology professor; and Teresa D’Arcangelis, student assistance counselor, Rensselaer County.

      The film discusses a new movement among pediatricians, therapists, educators and communities, who are using cutting edge brain science to disrupt cycles of violence, addiction and disease.

      The campus community is invited to learn how to intervene and combat the inter-generational effects of ACEs.

  • Dr. Julie White, presidential candidate, on campus today, October 11
    - Posted on October 11, 2017
    • Dr. Julie A. White, senior vice president of Student Engagement and Learning Support at Onondoga Community College, is the first of three presidential candidates to visit campus, October 10 through 17. Dr. White’s visit is Tuesday and Wednesday, October 10 and 11.

      Please review the visit schedule that includes separate meetings with staff, students and faculty, as well as an open forum for all faculty, staff and students. Additional information about each of the candidates can be found in Blackboard in the Presidential Finalists organization.

      All faculty, staff and students are invited and encouraged to share their impressions of each candidate by completing the survey also found in the Presidential Finalists organization.

  • Transfer students: Common Application presentation today, Oct. 11
    - Posted on October 11, 2017
    • Learn how to navigate the Common Application!

      Hear strategies to get your application noticed and improve your chances of admission at more than 700 colleges and universities!

      Wednesday, Oct. 11
      1 to 1:50 p.m.
      Siek Campus Center, room 150

      Presented by the Center for Careers and Transfers.

  • PRIME Cafe specials
    - Posted on October 10, 2017
    • Wednesday, Oct. 11
      Grill Breakfast: Stuffed French Toast; $4.99
      Chef’s Corner: Loaded Mac & Cheese; $5.49
      Grill: Chicken Bacon Ranch Melt; $6.49
      PRIME-ito: Bean Burrito with Pork; $6.99
      Soup: Chicken Enchillada
      Pizza: Meatball
      Please note: Books & Bites in the Marvin Library Learning Commons closes at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 11.

      Thursday, Oct. 12
      Grill Breakfast: Hash & Eggs; $4.99
      Chef’s Corner: Baked Ziti with Meatballs; $5.99
      Grill: Greek Tuna Pita; $6.49
      PRIME-ito: BBQ Beef Burrito; $6.49
      Soup: Tuscan White Bean
      Pizza: Carolina Pork & Bean

      Friday, October 13
      Grill Breakfast: Ham Egg and Cheese on Waffle; $4.99
      Grill: PIG PEN Burger; $6.99
      PRIME-ito: Pulled Chicken Bowl; $6.49
      Soup: Chef’s Choice
      Pizza: Tomato, Bacon Ranch

  • Dr. Julie White, presidential candidate, on campus today, October 10 and Wednesday, October 11
    - Posted on October 10, 2017
    • Dr. Julie A. White, senior vice president of Student Engagement and Learning Support at Onondoga Community College, is the first of three presidential candidates to visit campus, October 10 through 17. Dr. White’s visit is Tuesday and Wednesday, October 10 and 11.

      Please review the visit schedule that includes separate meetings with staff, students and faculty, as well as an open forum for all faculty, staff and students. Additional information about each of the candidates can be found in Blackboard in the Presidential Finalists organization.

      All faculty, staff and students are invited and encouraged to share their impressions of each candidate by completing the survey also found in the Presidential Finalists organization.

  • Sarah Sampson, Region 3 Tennis Champion
    - Posted on October 10, 2017
    • Hudson Valley Community College women’s tennis student-athlete Sarah Sampson (Albany/Albany) won the NJCAA Region III No.3  Singles Tennis Championship and was named to the First-Team All-Region team on Sunday, Oct. 8 after defeating Onondaga’s Micah Mixon in straight sets 6-1, 6-2.

      Sampson became the seventh Hudson Valley student-athlete to earn First-Team All-Region honors since 2012 and the first since Kathleen Mai earned the honors as the Vikings No.2 singles player in 2015.

  • “1942: A Year of Infamy” Voices lecture on Wednesday, Oct. 11
    - Posted on October 10, 2017
    • The Voices: A Library Lecture Series committee is pleased to present “1942: A Year of Infamy” on Wednesday, Oct. 11 at noon in the BTC Auditorium.

      Seventy-five years ago, Manila was captured by Japanese military forces, German U-boats had sunk 609 ships off the coast of the United States and the Nazis held a conference to decide the “final solution to the Jewish problem.” German General Irwin Rommel, known as “The Desert Fox,” captured Benghazi, Libya. The Imperial Japanese army and navy were on the verge of capturing Rangoon, Burma and Singapore. This was just January.

      Anthropologist and historian David Van Aken, assistant professor at Hudson Valley Community College, recounts the important events as America entered World War II.

  • Transfer students: Don’t miss this presentation on Wednesday, Oct. 11!
    - Posted on October 9, 2017
    • Learn how to navigate the Common Application!

      Hear strategies to get your application noticed and improve your chances of admission at more than 700 colleges and universities!

      Wednesday, Oct. 11
      1 to 1:50 p.m.
      Siek Campus Center, room 150

      Presented by the Center for Careers and Transfers.

  • Voter registration deadline for General Election
    - Posted on October 9, 2017
    • Friday, October 13 is the voter registration deadline for the General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 7.

      Whether you need to update your information with the Board of Elections, or are looking to register to vote for the first time, you must do so by Friday, Oct. 13 to be eligible to vote on Nov. 7.

      Mail-in New York State Voter Registration Forms may be picked-up at the Student Activities Office in the Siek Campus Center (room 210) or at the Center for Access and Assistive Technology (room 130). Assistance completing the form is provided at the Center for Access and Assistive Technology.

  • This week in athletics
    - Posted on October 9, 2017
    • Cross Country participated in the James Earley Invitational at Westfield State University on Saturday, Oct. 7 with the majority of the field hailing from NCAA Division II and III programs. The men’s program finished 31st out of 37 teams with a total time of 2:42:18.78. Subri Ismail was the first Vikings’ runner to cross the finish line in 92nd place with a time of 29:03.39.

      The women’s cross country team participated in the 5K race at the James Earley Invitational at Westfield State University on Saturday morning. Sarah Rosenberger was the first Vikings’ runner to cross the finish line, placing 181st with a time of 22:38.92.

      The cross country programs will be back in action for the annual conference meet to be held at SUNY Adirondack on Saturday, Oct. 14.

      Football (1-5) lost 46-7 to Milford Academy (6-1) on Saturday night at Hudson Valley’s Outdoor Athletic Complex. Milford jumped out to an early 13-0 lead before the Vikings offense hit for a 75-yard touchdown pass as Wesley Manning found Edwin Baez down field for the the score, cutting into Milford’s lead 13-7.

      During halftime, the Hudson Valley Athletics Department honored its newest members of the Vikings Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2017. Former Football Head Coach Bob Jojo; former Football Players Emmanuel Marc and Darnell Stapleton; Lindsey Bradt, women’s basketball; Tracy Chesebrough (Sears), softball; Kristina Jenkins, bowling; Willie Hammett, contributor, and the 2001 National Champions men’s ice hockey team were also inducted into the Hall of Fame earlier on Saturday afternoon.

      Men’s Soccer (8-4) won its third straight match after defeating North Country, 2-0, on Sunday afternoon at home. Luke Mara and Garrett Axtmann both scored for the Vikings and Benjamin Peay recorded five saves in the win.

      Axtmann also was named men’s soccer NJCAA Division III National Player of the Week for the second time in the last three weeks. Axtmann was named the NJCAA Region III Player of the Week earlier today.

      Men’s soccer will be home Wednesday, Oct. 11 at 4 p.m. against Broome.

      Women’s Soccer (7-4) exploded for five goals in the second half as the Vikings defeated North Country, 8-1, on Sunday afternoon at home. Sophomore Sydney Buhrke scored three goals, all in the second half, and the Vikings leading scorer, Sydnee Metzold, added two goals and two assists in the Vikings win.

      Women’s soccer is home Wednesday, Oct. 11 at 6 p.m. against Broome.

      Women’s Volleyball (7-10) went on the road and defeated Adirondack in straight sets 3-0 (25-17, 26-24, 25-23) on Wednesday evening. Hudson Valley’s seven wins are the most since 2010 when the Vikings finished the year 11-10.

      The Vikings combined for 39 kills with 39 assists and added four service aces, six blocks and 91 digs. In the three-set match, five Vikings surpassed double-digits in digs with Megan Woods leading the way with a match-high 30 digs. Kirstin Wood finished with 17 digs and added five kills against the Timberwolves.

      Volleyball is on the road at Fulton-Montgomery Wednesday, Oct. 11 with a scheduled start time of 7 p.m.

  • Monday, Oct. 9: free coffee!
    - Posted on October 9, 2017
    • Free coffee is available in PRIME Beat on the first floor of the Siek Campus Center from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 9.

      All other cafe operations are closed.

  • Fall 2017 graduation deadline
    - Posted on October 6, 2017
    • Fall 2017 Degree/Certificate Application Deadline

      This is a reminder that the degree/certificate application deadline for Fall 2017 graduation is Friday, Oct. 13, 2017.

      If a student plans on completing his or her degree or certificate requirements in December, the student must submit a completed degree/certificate application to the Registrar’s Office by 5 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 13.

      Please note that the student’s department chairperson or advisor must sign the application before it can be submitted to the Registrar’s Office, so be sure to allow for enough time to complete the application.

      Applications received after Oct. 13 will be considered for Spring 2018 graduation.

      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 and all students have been sent a reminder email to their Hudson Valley Community College email account.

  • Dwight Marvin Library personal ebook accounts changing Wednesday, Oct. 11
    - Posted on October 6, 2017
    • Beginning Wednesday, Oct. 11, the Dwight Marvin Library’s primary electronic book provider ProQuest Ebook Central (formerly ebrary) will change the method to create a personal account to save ebook titles, annotations, and other notes. The new method will use Hudson Valley Community College’s single sign-on authentication and will no longer require a separate sign-on specific to Ebook Central.

      Students and faculty who created accounts this semester have been contacted about this change. Those with accounts created before the start of the fall semester may import saved bookshelves from ebrary to the new platform. Contact library@hvcc.edu for details.

      Saved links to ebrary or Ebook Central posted to Blackboard or elsewhere will be redirected to the new platform and are unaffected by this change. Contact online media specialist Stephanie Clowe for assistance with linking to ebook titles in Blackboard or other online venues.

  • Candidates for college President announced
    - Posted on October 5, 2017
    • Chairman Neil Kelleher and the members of the search committee are pleased to announce the following finalists for the position of Hudson Valley Community College President:

      Dr. Ann Marie Murray – Associate Provost and Chief of Staff, University at Albany, and former president of Herkimer County Community College

      Dr. Roger Ramsammy – Former President, West Campus, Miami Dade Community College

      Dr. Julie A. White – Senior Vice President of Student Engagement and Learning Support, Onondaga Community College

      Additional information about each of the candidates can be found in Blackboard in the Presidential Finalists organization. An updated schedule of each candidate’s visit to campus is available on the Presidential Search web page.

      The candidates will be on campus Oct. 10 – 13 and Oct. 16 – 17.

  • Jo-Anne McArthur: We Animals presentation today (Oct. 5) at 7 p.m.
    - Posted on October 5, 2017
    • Jo-Anne McArthur, award-winning photographer and founder of We Animals, will speak and sign copies of her books on Thursday, Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. in the Bulmer Telecommunications Center Auditorium. The event is free and open to all.

      We Animals, an ongoing project since 1998, photographs animals in the human environment to build awareness of how animals are mistreated in our daily lives. Today, We Animals is an internationally-celebrated photograph archive, and more than 100 animal organizations worldwide have benefited from the project’s work and continue to collaborate with McArthur on stories, investigations, campaigns and humane education.

      Please read more about the program and plan to attend!

      The fall 2017 keynote event, presented by the Cultural Affairs Program with co-sponsorship by the Animal Outreach Club, marks McArthur’s first visit to the Capital Region.

      For Our Amusement: Marine animals perform for an audience at the West Edmonton Mall in Alberta, Canada. (Jo-Anne McArthur/We Animals)

  • Deadline extended to submit photographs for the 7th annual Pride of Our Nation… Pride of Our College exhibition
    - Posted on October 5, 2017
    • 7th annual exhibition
      Pride of Our Nation… Pride of Our College
      CALL FOR PHOTOGRAPHS!
      The new submission deadline is Friday, Oct. 13, 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 Tuesday, Oct. 10 Friday, Oct. 13.

      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.

  • Speak-Off Competition — $100 prize — open to all students!
    - Posted on October 5, 2017
    • Hudson Valley Community College Speak-Off Competition

      Win $100 and a chance to compete for $750 in the
      SUNY Plattsburgh Free Enterprise Marathon!

      Nov. 15, 2017 at 2 p.m.
      Siek Campus Center, room 150

      Prepare a 3- to 4-minute speech.
      The topic is “What it takes to be an Entrepreneur.”

      Open to all students!
      Applications are due by Nov. 13.

      For an application, please contact:
      Danielle Blesi / BRN 224 / d.blesi@hvcc.edu
      Jodi Mather / BRN 225 / j.mather@hvcc.edu

      Sponsored by the HVCC Entrepreneur’s Club.

  • Animal Outreach Club raises money for hurricane rescue work
    - Posted on October 2, 2017
    • Professor Valarie Lang and I, co-advisors of the Animal Outreach Club, are pleased to announce that the Animal Outreach Club of Hudson Valley Community College raised $577.26 in last week’s fund-raising drive to help animals affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

      This is a wonderful tribute to the hard work of club members and it also is a testimony to the generosity of all campus members. Thank you to all for all your help as we donate this money to help animals in need from the hurricanes.

      Sincerely,
      Alan P. Joseph
      Assistant Professor

  • Jo-Anne McArthur: We Animals presentation on Thursday, Oct. 5
    - Posted on October 2, 2017
    • Jo-Anne McArthur, award-winning photographer and founder of We Animals, will speak and sign copies of her books on Thursday, Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. in the Bulmer Telecommunications Center Auditorium.

      We Animals, an ongoing project since 1998, photographs animals in the human environment to build awareness of how animals are mistreated in our daily lives. Today, We Animals is an internationally-celebrated photograph archive, and more than 100 animal organizations worldwide have benefited from the project’s work and continue to collaborate with McArthur on stories, investigations, campaigns and humane education.

      Please read more about the program and plan to attend!

      The fall 2017 keynote event, presented by the Cultural Affairs Program with co-sponsorship by the Animal Outreach Club, is open free to the public and marks Ms. McArthur’s first visit to the Capital Region.

      For Our Amusement: Marine animals perform for an audience at the West Edmonton Mall in Alberta, Canada. (Jo-Anne McArthur/We Animals)

  • Evening Student Reception is Wednesday, Oct. 4
    - Posted on October 2, 2017
    • Remember to join your fellow students and instructors during your regularly scheduled class break as we acknowledge our evening students and their contribution to the college. There will be food, a DJ and the chance to win a Viking Cove Bookstore gift card. We hope to see you there!

      When: Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017
      Time: 7 to 8 p.m.
      Where: Siek Campus Center, 2nd floor

  • Presidential Search Committee Update
    - Posted on October 2, 2017
    • Please take a moment to read Neil Kelleher’s latest update on the presidential search. It highlights the search committee’s recent progress and a schedule of upcoming meetings for faculty, staff and students. More information will be shared this week.

  • Reminder: SUNY photo shoot is today, Oct. 2
    - Posted on October 2, 2017
    • A photography crew from SUNY Central Administration is on campus Monday, Oct. 2 to use the campus as a backdrop for photographs SUNY will use in future marketing materials.

      Locations for the shoot are:
      Pressure House, 68 Morrison Ave.
      McDonough Sports Complex
      Wellness Center, Siek Campus Center, room 270
      Fine Arts Studio, Hudson Hall, room 154
      Dental Hygiene Clinic, Fitzgibbons Health Technology Center, room 127
      Science Center, rooms 110 and 222

  • Tickets available for Boston day trip on Saturday, Nov. 4
    - Posted on October 2, 2017
    • Tickets for the Boston Day Trip are currently available in the Student Activities Office, CTR 210.

      Take the bus to Faneuil Hall Market Place on Saturday, Nov. 4, leaving the Hudson Valley Community College campus at 8 a.m. and leaving Boston at 6pm.

      Student price: $20
      Guest price (1 per student): $30

      **CASH ONLY**

      Tickets are on sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday now through Wednesday, Oct. 25*
      Tickets usually sell out quickly, so stop by the office before it’s too late!

      For more information, please contact the Student Activities Office at studentactivities@hvcc.edu or (518) 629-7348.

      *All ticket sales are while supplies last.

  • Center for Careers and Transfer Fall 2017 Transfer Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 4
    - Posted on October 2, 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/.

  • This week in athletics
    - Posted on October 2, 2017
    • Cross Country
      The men’s cross country team won the Herkimer Invitational over the weekend as every runner finished inside the top-20. Holden Maynard finished second overall with a time of 23:27. Subri Ismail finished fourth with a time of 23:36, Ryan Moon finished fifth in a time of 24:00, Anton Conto crossed the line in 24:25, Parker Swierzewski placed 13th with a time of 26:46 and Nathan Savasta finished 18th with a time of 32:59.

      The women’s cross country team placed three runners inside the top-10 with Sarah Rosenberger finishing second overall with a time of 23:08. Mercedes Planavsky finished third with a time of 27:19 and Hayley Smith placed seventh with a time of 26:26.

      Football (1-4) had a tough 67-14 loss at home against ASA College on Sept. 30. Devon Hill scored for the Vikings defense after recovering a fumble in the end zone to tie the game at 7-7. Jean Charles Laguerre also scored for the Vikings with a 9-yard touchdown run.

      Homecoming is Saturday, Oct. 7 and it is highlighted by the Hall of Fame Induction at 2:30-4:30 p.m. The football team will host Milford for a 7 p.m. scheduled start.

      Men’s Soccer (7-4) went 2-1 last week and now have won two straight games after defeating Jamestown 4-2 on Sept. 29 and Clinton 6-0 on Sunday afternoon. Garrett Axtmann scored three goals and tallied three assists in the Vikings two wins. Ethan Thomas and Ryan Euell each scored two goals on Oct. 1 at Clinton. Men’s soccer is home Sunday, Oct. 8 to face North Country at 1 p.m.

      Women’s Soccer (6-4) also went 2-1 on the week and have put together a two-game winning streak after defeating Jamestown 3-1 on Sept. 29 and Clinton 6-0 on Oct. 1. Six different Vikings scored in Sunday’s win over Clinton. Women’s soccer avoided overtime against Jamestown by scoring two goals in the final two minutes of the game to break the 1-1 tie and secure the win. Women’s soccer is home Sunday, Oct. 8 to face North Country at 3 p.m.

      Susannah Frisch (Player of the Week) and Kaitlin Nadeau (Goalkeeper of the Week) were named NJCAA Players of the Week last week after the Vikings upset the No.1 team in the country, Erie, 2-1 on Sept. 23. Frisch scored the game-winning goal and Nadeau recorded 33 saves in 265 minutes of play in three games.

      Women’s Tennis (2-5) went 1-1 this week, defeating Herkimer 7-1 on Sept. 25 and lost a tough match, 5-4, at Mohawk Valley on Oct. 1. Women’s tennis looks to participate in the regionals this weekend; the match-ups are announced later this week.

      Women’s Volleyball (6-10) finished the week with a 1-4 record after facing a few tough teams in Jefferson (3-0), Onondaga (3-0) and Herkimer (3-0). The Vikings defeated Cayuga, 3-1, during Saturday’s pod play hosted by Onondaga. Volleyball is on the road Wednesday, Oct. 4 when the team travelsl to face Adirondack for a 7 p.m. start. Another win for the Vikings will give the team the most wins in a single season since finishing 11-10 in 2010.

      Vikings Cup Reminder
      If you are interested in playing in the Faculty vs Students Vikings Cup softball game on Thursday, Oct. 5 at noon, please sign up with the Student Activities office located in Siek Campus Center, room 210 or call (518) 629-7348.

  • PRIME Cafe specials
    - Posted on October 2, 2017
    • Monday, Oct. 2
      Grill Breakfast: Fat Elvis; $4.99
      Chef’s Corner: Penne Vodka with Chicken & Tomatoes; $5.49
      Grill: Sweet & Spicy Philly Steak Sandwich; $6.49
      PRIME-ito: Chorizo Bowl; $6.49
      Soup: Chicken Noodle
      Pizza: Breakfast All Day

      Tuesday, Oct. 3
      Grill Breakfast: Ham, Egg & Cheese on Glazed Doughnut; $4.99
      Chef’s Corner: BBQ Bacon Macaroni & Cheese; $5.99
      Grill: French Dip; $6.49
      PRIME-ito: Cheeseburger Burrito; $6.49
      Soup: Beef Barley
      Pizza: Chicken Little

      Wednesday, Oct. 4
      Grill Breakfast: Sausage, Egg & Cheese on Raisin Bread French Toast; $4.99
      Chef’s Corner: Jambalaya; $5.49
      Grill: Buffalo Chicken Melt; $6.49
      PRIME-ito: General Tso Bowl; $6.99
      Soup: Broccoli Cheddar
      Pizza: Buffa – Q Chicken

      Thursday, Oct. 5
      Grill Breakfast: Greek Omelet; $4.99
      Chef’s Corner: Bacon Cheese Burger Risotto; $5.99
      Grill: Beef Gyro; $6.49
      PRIME-ito: Crispy Chicken Bowl; $6.49
      Soup: Chef Choice
      Pizza: Hawaiian

      Friday, Oct. 6
      Grill Breakfast: Bacon, Onion, Tomato; $4.99
      Pizza: Tomato, Bacon Ranch
      Grill: Sausage & Pepper Hoagie; $5.99
      PRIME-ito: Mole Pork Bowl (Black beans, Cilantro, Corn Pico, Sour, Guacamole) $6.49
      Soup: Chef Choice

  • Seeking nominations for the Dr. Joseph J. Bulmer Award for Excellence in Library Research
    - Posted on October 2, 2017
    • The Dwight Marvin Library faculty welcome students and faculty to nominate research papers for consideration for the Bulmer Award, named after Dr. Joseph J. Bulmer, president of Hudson Valley Community College during the years 1979-1996. Dr. Bulmer funded this prestigious award through the college’s Foundation, with the goal of recognizing academic scholarship in library-based research.

      Papers are submitted throughout the fall and spring semesters. The nomination deadline is May 1, each spring. One recipient is selected each year. The recipient receives a monetary award, is recognized at the Student Honors Convocation and in the commencement program, and is included on a perpetual plaque in the Dwight Marvin Library Learning Commons.

      Criteria are as follows (a winning paper will meet all of the following):

      • Grade of A
      • Extensive bibliography with minimum of five sources. Papers having fewer than five sources are not eligible. More quality sources are preferred.
      • Evidence of initiative, persistence, and ingenuity in identifying sources. Papers with a variety of sources are ranked more highly. For example, a paper including books, academic journals, newspapers and credible websites will rank more highly than a paper using mainly websites.
      • Evidence of critical thinking in evaluating sources for credibility and appropriateness. Depending on the assignment and subject matter, seminal works, core journals and critical sources are preferred. For example, if you are writing a research paper on the legacy of Adolf Hitler, including his autobiography Mein Kampf, a newspaper article written during his lifetime (we have the historical New York Times!), or an interview with a Holocaust survivor/descendant demonstrates great critical thinking (and initiative).
      • Correct citation format. NOTE: MLA citations are expected to reflect changes instituted in April 2016 (MLA 8 format).
      • Authentic academic work, i.e., free of plagiarism (papers may be reviewed using turnitin.com or similar software).

      Students: the 2017-18 recipient could be you! The tools to help you succeed are right here in the Marvin Library Learning Commons: research librarians and writing specialists in the Writing and Research Center, individualized research appointments and LAC workshops,  just to name a few.

      To submit a paper for consideration, review criteria and learn more about the award, visit the Dr. Joseph J. Bulmer Award for Excellence in Library Research guide, and for additional information contact librarian Val Waldin at v.waldin@hvcc.edu, MRV 141.

  • Fright Fest ticket sales EXTENDED through Monday, Oct. 2!
    - Posted on September 29, 2017
    • The Student Activities Office is extending ticket sales for Fright Fest through Monday, Oct. 2. Ticket sales are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Siek Campus Center, room 210.

      Student price: $35
      Guest (1 per person)/HVCC Employee price: $45

      *Cash ONLY for one ticket, cash or credit for two tickets*

      The bus will leave McDonough Sports Complex on Saturday, Oct. 7 at 11 a.m. and take you to Great Escape to enjoy a day of rides, food and fright! The bus will leave the amusement park at 8 p.m. to head back to campus.

      For more information, please contact the Student Activities Office at studentactivities@hvcc.edu or (518) 629-7348.

  • Fall 2017 Graduation Deadline
    - Posted on September 29, 2017
    • Fall 2017 Degree/Certificate Application Deadline

      This is a reminder that the degree/certificate application deadline for Fall 2017 graduation is Friday, Oct.13, 2017.

      If a student plans on completing his or her degree or certificate requirements in December, the student must submit a completed degree/certificate application to the Registrar’s Office by 5 p.m. on Fri., Oct. 13.

      Please note that the student’s department chairperson or advisor must sign the application before it can be submitted to the Registrar’s Office, so be sure to allow for enough time to complete the application.

      Applications received after Oct. 13 will be considered for Spring 2018 graduation.

      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 and all students have been sent a reminder email to their Hudson Valley Community College email account.

  • Step Afrika! returns to campus today, Sept. 29 at noon
    - Posted on September 29, 2017
    • Don’t miss STEP AFRIKA! at noon on Friday, Sept. 29 in the Maureen Stapleton Theatre. Free and open to all!

      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.

      Presented by the Cultural Affairs Program.

  • Center for Careers and Transfer Fall 2017 Transfer Fair on Oct. 4
    - Posted on September 29, 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/.

  • Tickets for day trip to Fright Fest through Friday, Sept. 29
    - Posted on September 28, 2017
    • Tickets to the Student Senate’s day trip to Fright Fest at the Great Escape in Lake George now are available for Hudson Valley employees, as well as students.

      Please purchase your ticket(s) in the Student Activities Office, CTR 210, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. either today, Sept. 28 or Friday, Sept. 29!

      Student ticket: $35 each
      Guest ticket (1 per person) and college employees:  $45 each
      Cash only for one ticket. Cash or credit for two tickets.
      The price includes round trip transportation and park admission. The bus will depart from the McDonough Sports Complex at 11 a.m. and will leave the Great Escape at 8 p.m.

      You must have your Hudson Valley Community College ID to sign up!

  • Wrestling Club is starting!
    - Posted on September 28, 2017
    • Wrestling Club

      Please join us for an informational meeting on Monday, Oct. 2 in the Science Center Cafe at 2 p.m.

      For more information, please contact Dr. Fronhofer, v.fronhofer@hvcc.edu, SCI 375.

  • Sign up now to play in Oct. 5 Viking Cup Challenge!
    - Posted on September 27, 2017
    • There still is room for more players, so why not sign up for the student VS staff Viking Cup Challenge?

      The softball game takes place Thursday, Oct. 5 at noon at the Joe Bruno Stadium as part of Fall Fest.

      Sign up today at the Student Activities Office, room 210 in the Siek Campus Center, to play!

  • Step Afrika! returns to campus Friday, Sept. 29
    - Posted on September 26, 2017
    • Don’t miss STEP AFRIKA! at noon on Friday, Sept. 29 in the Maureen Stapleton Theatre. Free and open to all!

      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.

      Presented by the Cultural Affairs Program.

  • Animal Outreach Club hurricane relief fundraiser week of Sept. 25
    - Posted on September 26, 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 can help make a difference!

      Monday, Sept. 25 through Friday, Sept. 29
      Noon to 2 p.m. in the Siek Campus Center
      Purchase a photo of an animal you probably helped save!
      You set the price: 25 cents, $1, $5 or more.

      For more information, contact co-advisors
      Alan Joseph, MRV 103 or Val Waldin, MRV 141.

      Thank you!

General News Releases and Media Advisories

Interim Leadership in Academic Affairs, Enrollment Management and Student Development at Hudson Valley Community College Announced

Finalists Selected for Hudson Valley Community College Presidency

Hudson Valley Community College to Host 2017 Homecoming Festivities This Weekend

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

More News

Athletic News Releases

Metzold Named NJCAA Region 3 Player of the Week

Women's Soccer Wins 2-0 at Bergen

Men's Soccer Drops Match to Bergen

Volleyball Sweeps Ulster in Home Finale

Women's Soccer's Win Streak Hits Five

Volleyball Closes Out 2017 Pod Play

Men's Soccer Falls to Onondaga

Women's Soccer Extends Streak to Four with Historic Win

Tough 3-2 Loss for Men's Soccer vs. Broome

Volleyball Falls 3-0 to Fulton-Montgomery

More Athletic News

Upcoming Events

Oct 18 - Resilience: Film Screening and Panel Discussion

Oct 19 - Carlos Saura's Flamenco Trilogy

Oct 19 - Mindfulness Meditation

Oct 20 - Resilience: Film Screening and Panel Discussion

Oct 20 - Gala honoring President Andrew J. Matonak and to support the Gene F. Haas Center for Advanced Manufacturing Skills

Oct 21 - Salem Day Trip

Oct 23 - Fall 2017 Sprint Classes Begin

Oct 23 - Fall 2017 Mid-Semester Grades Due

Oct 23 - Transfer Information Table: The Sage Colleges

Oct 23 - Student Senate Meeting

Oct 23 - Meet the Student Senate Candidates Forum

Oct 24 - Transfer Advisor Visit: SUNY Potsdam

Oct 24 - Yoga

Oct 24 - Board of Trustees Monthly Meeting

Oct 25 - Freshmen Elections

More Events and Details

Upcoming Athletic Events

October 19 @ 7 p.m. Women's Volleyball

October 21 @ TBA Men's Cross Country

October 21 @ TBA Women's Cross Country

October 21 @ 2 p.m. Football (Home)

October 22 @ 1 p.m. Women's Soccer (Home)

October 22 @ 3 p.m. Men's Soccer (Home)

October 28 @ TBA Men's Cross Country

October 28 @ TBA Women's Cross Country

October 28 @ 12 p.m. Football

November 4 @ TBA Men's Cross Country

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