Courses and Summer Camps on Tap|
summer, Hudson Valley will offer a host of credit and
credit-free courses for adults, and a variety of summer camps
and classes for the 18-year-old and under set.
than 100 credit
courses in everything from accounting and chemistry to
criminal justice and history will be offered in three-, six-
and 12-week sessions beginning Monday, May 22, and Monday,
If you're thinking about going back to school,
looking to advance your career, or trying to accelerate your
degree, register for a course, or courses, today.
If you'd rather learn
a new hobby, get fit, or register your child for summer
camps or one of the college's new Summer
Academy courses, contact the Office
of Community and Professional Education at (518) 629-7339
for more information.
The Workforce Development Institute also has
announced its slate of courses
for the summer. For more information, call (518)
|Baseball, Softball Spring
Ranked No. 13 in the preseason NJCAA Division III
poll, the Hudson
Valley baseball team is off to a 12-9 start, including a
5-0 record over Region III competition.
Vikings softball team, which entered the season ranked
third in the NJCAA Division III, has a 7-4 record.
news and spring sports schedules
Thursday, April 13
the Public About Embryonic Stem Cell Research
Thursday, April 20
Than Just Wire and Wood: The Fine Art of Guitar
4:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Session for Commercial Driver, Pharmacy Technician and Medical
Transcription Training Programs
7 - 9
Thursday, April 20
Thursday, April 27
Visiting Artist Talk with Photographer Mary Ellen
Monday, May 8
7 - 9 p.m.
Saturday, May 20
Valley Community College Commencement
Thinking about going to college
this fall? Stop by Hudson Valley Community College's upcoming
Instant Admission Days and be accepted on the spot for the
Fall 2006 semester, which begins Monday, Aug. 28.
can meet with admissions and financial aid counselors, and
we'll even waive the $30 application fee! More
Or, if you know someone interested in
enrolling, forward them this e-mail, or use the handy "Send
this newsletter to a friend" option.
8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Guenther Enrollment
Wednesday, April 12
Wednesday, May 10
2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Albany
Extension Center, 175 Central Ave., Albany
Wednesday, May 17
your college student-to-be prepared for his or her first foray
into post-secondary education this fall? Are you?
Hudson Valley can help. This summer, the college is
offering "Freshman Fundamentals," a series of college prep
classes designed to help students learn strategies and further
develop academic skills to be successful learners. Classes
will be held from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. beginning Monday, July 31,
through Thursday, Aug. 10.
wondering how they can help their student with the transition
from high school to college can find answers by attending "My
Baby's Going to College," a two-hour course that will be
offered from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 3.
more information about Freshman Fundamentals or My Baby's
Going to College, call the Office
of Community and Professional Education at (518)
|New Endowment Benefits
Dental Hygiene Program|
Valley Community College Foundation, working in
partnership with Dental Hygiene program faculty, staff and
alumni, and the region's dental community, has created an
endowment to benefit the college's Dental Hygiene program.
|Read about the
Dental Hygiene program in the latest issue of The
This is the first endowment created by the Foundation
to benefit one of the college's high-cost, high-demand
programs, and a $250,000 short-term fund-raising goal has been
set. The endowment will be used to fund equipment and
curriculum development; if it continues to grow, the endowment
may ultimately allow the college to fund the hiring of
additional faculty, which would allow for expansion of the
To help fund the endowment, the college will
host "A Celebration of Excellence: An event to recognize the
Hudson Valley Community College Dental Hygiene program" on
Friday, Oct. 20, 2006, at the college. College Board of
Trustees Chairman Dr. Robert H. Hill II, a practicing dentist,
is the honorary chairman of the event. Additional
The Celebration of Excellence will
become an annual event, with each subsequent gala recognizing,
and raising money for, the college's other high-cost,
high-demand academic programs in the allied health and
|Hudson Valley Names New Vice
President for Enrollment Management, Student
Popovics, Ed.D., a seasoned administrator with 30 years of
experience in student recruitment, retention, enrollment
management and institutional planning, will join Hudson Valley
Community College on April 24 as its vice president for
enrollment management and student development.
role, Popovics will lead the college's efforts to develop a
comprehensive enrollment management plan, in addition to
overseeing all of the college's student services, including
admissions, registration, intercollegiate athletics, disabled
student services and the Center for Careers and Employment.
He also will serve as president of the board of the
college's Faculty Student Association, which operates
auxiliary services, including food service and a day care
center, for the college. More
To Host Summer Session Courses for Hudson Valley Community
Golub Corp. and Angelo, Kathleen Mastrangelo Honored by SUNY
Community College Trustees
District Educational Opportunity Center Holds
Mary Ellen Mark to Speak At Hudson Valley Community
High School Wins Hudson Valley Community College's 10th Annual
Valley Community College statement on the death of
Oscar-winning actress Maureen
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