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Summer Camps
Summer youth camps are in full swing at Hudson Valley. Photographer Anthony Salamone took these photos last week.

Fall Semester Begins Monday, Aug. 29
View the Fall 2005 course schedule and register for a class - or classes - today.

Annual Fund
There's still time to make a donation to the 2004-05 Annual Fund, which enriches opportunities for students, purchases vital classroom equipment, provides funding for innovative academic initiatives and curriculum development, supports scientific projects and much, much more.

Help the Hudson Valley Community College Foundation meet its goal of $400,000 for the 2004-05 academic year!


What's News
Workforce Development Institute To Offer Project Management Training

Texas Hold 'Em Course Offered This Month at Hudson Valley's Albany Extension Center

Marine Corps Coordinating Council Donates $30,000 to Establish Scholarship Honoring William D. Powers

Health Director Honored by American College Health Association

Spring 2005 President's List

Spring 2005 Dean's List

Foundation Awards More Than $27,000 in Scholarships to 60 Students

Scholarships Awarded to 16 Local High School Seniors

Fall Credit-Free Course Schedules Now Available
Fall 2005 Credit Free Courses As a subscriber to the e-newsletter, you get a sneak peek at the community and professional education courses for the fall.

Documentary Photography, Reiki, Texas Hold 'em and Natural Skin Care for Girls are just a few of the new offerings.

Check out the new schedule here ... before anyone else!

Catching up with President Matonak
Since joining Hudson Valley Community College in April as its sixth president, Dr. Andrew J. "Drew" Matonak has been keeping quite busy - meeting with faculty, staff and students, local elected officials, business leaders and other college presidents - and moving his family into their new home.

He even threw out the first pitch - just nicking the outside corner of home plate - at last week's Tri-City ValleyCats game. Click here to catch up with Drew.


Hudson Valley Nationally Ranked, Recognized
Hudson Valley Community College again ranks as one of the largest and most productive American two-year colleges, according to a survey released recently by Community College Week, a bi-weekly higher education newspaper.

The rankings, which are based on numbers from the 2003-2004 academic year, show that Hudson Valley had 1,453 associate degree graduates during that academic year, ranking it 43rd among all two-year colleges in the number of associate degrees awarded. More ...
Graduates


From Troy to Space . and Back
The college recently hosted a satellite teleconference between Dr. John Phillips, the American astronaut aboard the International Space Station, and his family back here on Earth.

Hudson Valley was chosen because of the sophisticated technological capabilities available through the college's Viking Video Technologies and because the Phillips were visiting family in the area. Click here to read and/or view Capital News 9's coverage of the teleconference.


Fall Sports Preview
There is a lot of excitement surrounding Hudson Valley's athletic teams as they prepare for the Fall 2005 season. The football team, under new head coach Oji Fagan, is looking for its third consecutive conference championship. The Vikings return 11 starters from a year ago and are ranked No. 19 in the NJCAA preseason poll.

Hudson Valley's men's and women's soccer teams also will be guided by first-time head coaches this season. Jay Pokines will lead the women's soccer team, which will seek its third consecutive regional tournament birth. The men's soccer team will look to return to the regional tournament for the fifth time in six years under coach Matt Jones.

Hudson Valley's volleyball team and tennis team are hoping to build on 2004, which was the best year of the decade so far for both teams. Tennis finished third at the Region III tournament a year ago and volleyball qualified for the regional tournament for the first time since 1996.
Fall Sports Schedules


Foundation Golf Event Nets $52,000
Golf Classic Photo Gallery For the second straight year, the Hudson Valley Community College Foundation Golf Classic has raised a record amount of money and the funds will be used to enhance programs, student services and facilities at the college.

Presented by U.W. Marx Construction, the 11th annual golf classic netted $52,592, which tops last year's record-high total by more than $12,500. More than 140 golfers participated in the event, which was held last month at The Country Club of Troy. More ...

Hudson Valley Community College's mission is to provide dynamic, student-centered, comprehensive, and accessible educational opportunities that address the diverse needs of the community.
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