today for the Fall 2006 Open House, which begins at 9 a.m.
sharp on Saturday, Nov. 11, at the Bulmer Telecommunications
Center on campus.
Learn about an academic program - or
two - that interests you. Take a campus tour, meet with
faculty and students, and learn about financial aid,
athletics, student life and more.
Thinking about taking an online course but worried
you might not be computer savvy enough?
our quick quiz to find out whether online learning is
right for you.
Hudson Valley offers 10 degree and
certificate programs - and hundreds of classes -
for more information.
Find out everything you ever wanted to know about
the financial aid process - but were afraid to ask - at these
upcoming workshops offered by our Financial Aid Office staff:
6 p.m. - 8 p.m.,
Wednesday, Nov. 29
6 p.m. - 8 p.m., All workshops
will be held in the Bulmer Telecommunications Center meeting
rooms. For more information, call (518) 629-7150 or send an
e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday, Dec. 13
second issue of Hudson Valley's newest publication, Career
Directions, will be mailed to more than 100,000 Capital
Region households in early November. Get
a sneak peek at the publication.
receiving Career Directions? Send an e-mail to email@example.com with your
name and address to get added to the mail
out upcoming lectures, musical performances and Student
Distinguished Service Awards Luncheon
Celebration of Excellence Inaugural Gala to Recognize the
Dental Hygiene Program
|Credit Course Schedules Now
Credit course schedules for the Spring 2007
semester and Intersession are available online,
and registration begins today.
begin Wednesday, Dec. 27, and the Spring semester begins
Tuesday, Jan. 16. Complete registration calendar.
enrolled at Hudson Valley? Attend one of our upcoming Instant
Admission Days and find out how we can help you take your
career - and life - in a whole new direction.
You'll learn more about our quality
academics and award-winning
faculty - and get accepted on the spot for the Spring 2007
semester. We'll even waive the $30 application fee. Here's the
8 a.m. - 6 p.m., Wednesday, Nov.
Guenther Enrollment Services Center, Troy
2 p.m. - 6 p.m., Wednesday, Dec.
Albany Extension Center, 175 Central Ave.,
8 a.m. - 6 p.m., Wednesday, Dec.
Guenther Enrollment Services Center, Troy
If you're interested in taking a class as a
non-matriculated student (one who is not enrolled in a degree
or certificate program), click
here to get started.
Distinguished Alumni Honored|
U. W. Marx
Construction Company has received Hudson Valley
Community College's Corporate Excellence Award in recognition
of the company's commitment to the college, its alumni and the
| 2006 Distinguished Service Award winners join
Hudson Valley President Drew Matonak and Alumni
Association President Peter Semenza
The Corporate Excellence Award was one
of five awards that were presented on Thursday, Oct. 26, at
the 2006 Distinguished Service Awards Luncheon, sponsored by
the Hudson Valley Community College Foundation and the
college's Alumni Association. Four individuals also were
honored at the event:
- Mark T. Breslin '58, owner of Maranda
Technical, an engineering company, received the Otto V.
Guenther Career Achievement Award;
- State Senate Majority Leader Joseph L.
Bruno received the 1953 Award for Distinguished
Service to Hudson Valley Community College by a Non-Alumnus;
- James A. Walsh '61, a retired manager
with the former Niagara-Mohawk Power Corp., received the
1953 Award for Distinguished Service to Hudson Valley
Community College by an Alumnus; and
- Gordon N. Zuckerman '62, president of
Murray and Zuckerman Inc., a nationally recognized life,
health, group and annuity brokerage firm, received the
Hudson Valley Community College Humanitarian Service Award.
|Online Giving Made
Hudson Valley Community College Foundation now provides donors
with a safe, secure way to make their 2006-07
Annual Fund gift online by using their Visa, MasterCard,
Discover or American Express credit card.
Fund provides scholarships, classroom equipment, technology
upgrades, curriculum development, funding for new academic
initiatives, campus beautification projects, and much more.
Donations to the 2005-06 Annual Fund totaled more than
and click on "Ways to Give" for more information or make
your gift today.
With three Region III
tournament appearances, Hudson Valley athletic teams already
have achieved considerable success during the 2006-07 school
James Frederick drives the
Despite a slow start, the men's
soccer team rebounded to win six of its last Region III
games to earn the 12th seed in the Region III Tournament.
Hudson Valley upset No. 5 Erie Community College, 4-3, in the
opening round before suffering a heartbreaking 2-1 loss at
Alfred State in the quarterfinals.
soccer team also qualified for the Region III Tournament
after a one-year absence, and the Lady Vikings finished the
season with a 12-7 record, the most wins for the program since
And under first-year head coach Andrew Scampini,
team finished second at the 2006 Region III Tournament. More
athletic news ...
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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Vandenburgh Ave., Troy, NY 12180
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