know you have a lot going on between now and next fall, so
take the time to mark your calendar with these important
Sunday, April 15
you've filed your Free Application for Federal Student
Aid (FAFSA) by this date.
Monday, July 2
begin. Consider enrolling in a three-week, six-week
or 12-week course to challenge yourself academically and get a
jump-start on your Hudson Valley degree; registration begins
Monday, March 26.
Monday, July 23
Monday, Aug. 6
Smart Start begins. This 10-day
program is designed for students who want to gain confidence,
learn more about campus and prepare for college
Orientation 2007. We look
forward to formally welcoming you to the Class of
Monday, Aug. 27
first day of your college career: the Fall 2007 semester
|Join us on Saturday, March 3, to learn
more about Hudson Valley|
There's still time
to register for Saturday's information session designed
exclusively for parents and their students who've been
accepted for the Fall 2007 semester.
You'll have the
opportunity to learn more about the Hudson Valley advantage:
quality programs, dedicated faculty and great transfer or
career preparation - all at a surprisingly affordable cost.
events run from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. in the Raymond H. Siek
Campus Center on the Hudson Valley campus. Register
|Three questions for
Tour Guide Katie Wolfe '08|
Administration, Class of 2008
A South Colonie High
School graduate, Katie is one of a dozen students who
volunteer as tour guides, sharing their knowledge of the
campus and experiences with accepted and prospective students.
Here, she shares some thoughts about her Hudson Valley
Why did you enroll at Hudson
Valley? I came to Hudson Valley because it is a
well-known school to get a quality education at a very
reasonable expense. It's convenient to commute to school
and worth the travel.
What do you like best? I
love Hudson Valley because there are many opportunities on
campus to get connected socially, in extracurricular
activities and clubs, and academically, with everyone from
teachers to tutors in the Learning
Assistance Center. It is well worth the money spent and
time and relationships cultivated.
What is your
goal? My goals are to remain with a 3.5-plus grade-point
average into next year and transfer to a four-year school
(Roberts Wesleyan in Rochester). I would like to own my own
Community College's mission is to provide dynamic, student-centered,
comprehensive, and accessible educational opportunities that address the
diverse needs of the community.
Hudson Valley Community College, 80
Vandenburgh Ave., Troy, NY 12180
Toll-free: (877) 325-HVCC