|The Play's the
Hudson Valley Theatre Club's upcoming performance of "Fifth of
July" is scheduled for 8 p.m. on May 3, 4 and 5
in the Bulmer Telecommunications Center Auditorium.
Suggested admission is $5. Interested in learning
about the college's other extracurricular activities? Check
life and more.
Mark your calendar today for Orientation 2007,
which will be held Saturday, Aug. 18, on the
Hudson Valley campus.
You'll have the opportunity to
get to know campus, meet faculty and staff and learn
strategies for collegiate success.
forward to welcoming you to Hudson Valley's Class of 2009!
|Pulitzer Prize Winner Visits
part of HVCC
READS 2007, the college's campus-wide reading program,
William Kennedy visited campus last month to discuss his
Pulitzer Prize-winning novel "Ironweed."
more about Kennedy's visit.
Check out upcoming Student
Senate activities, athletic
games, and more.
Mark Week of the Young Child
Engagement Promoted in April
Fair Scheduled at EOC
Admission Days Hosted in April
for College's Future
Master plan addresses space,
Let's talk money. Have you filed your
FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid - yet?
If you haven't, the staff of Hudson Valley's Financial
Aid Office is here to help.
Mark your calendar for Tuesday,
May 8, and attend the college's next Financial Aid
Workshop from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Bulmer
Telecommunications Center meeting rooms on campus. Click here for the campus
Financial Aid staffers will be on hand to help you
file your FAFSA online. Just bring signed copies of your
parents' and/or your 2006 federal and state tax returns, as
well as any W2 forms, and we'll help you get the process
In the meantime, explore these Web sites for
Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
or call (518) 629-7150.
|Six Hudson Valley students
receive SUNY honor|
students from Hudson Valley Community College have received
the State University of New York Chancellor's Award for
Student Excellence, which honors students who have best
integrated academic excellence with other areas of their
lives, including student activities, athletics and community
The recipients, who were nominated by faculty
and staff members of the college, were honored by SUNY
Chancellor John Ryan at a ceremony April 18 at the Empire
State Plaza. Read
more about all the recipients...
|Three questions for Tour
Guide Isaac Stritsman |
Administration program, Class of 2008
of Berlin Junior/Senior High School, Isaac is one of a
dozen students who volunteer as tour guides, sharing their
knowledge of campus and experiences with accepted and
prospective students. Here, he shares some thoughts about his
Hudson Valley experience.
Why did you enroll at
Hudson Valley? I came to Hudson Valley Community
College because I wanted to stay close to my home and family.
I also wanted to get my general education requirements out of
the way for as inexpensive as possible while still getting a
level of education comparable with any major four-year
What do you like best? I
love Hudson Valley Community College because it provides a
large number of opportunities to explore career possibilities, and when you find one
that aligns with your personal skills and interests there are
plenty of experienced faculty to guide you in that direction.
What is your goal? My goal is to be a
small business owner (hopefully, before I even graduate from
college) progressively starting up ventures that focus on
social issues like health and well-being, energy and finances.
Haven't been to campus yet? Sign
up for a tour today!
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