Hudson Valley Community College faculty, staff, students and visitors can offer feedback and comments about their experiences on campus by using, the college’s suggestion box.

It is designed to increase the lines of communication on campus and allow the college to enhance the services it provides to students, faculty, staff and the public. is designed to:

  • present rational concerns about the college’s processes and policies;
  • let the college know if you have a suggestion about how we can do things better;
  • provide an environment for ensuring that issues are addressed in a timely manner;
  • research an issue thoroughly to get at the root of a concern; and
  • help the college streamline processes and serve as a catalyst for positive change.

How does it work?
Comments will be received by the Office of the President. The office will review the comments and forward them to the appropriate vice president for review and further consideration.

A response will be sent to the submitter to let them know that his/her concern has been received and forwarded to the appropriate party.

Once an issue has been resolved, the appropriate vice president or designee will respond to the person who submitted the comment.

How does differ from the current college grievance and/or student disciplinary process? is a convenient way for students, faculty, staff and visitors to voice their opinions and offer feedback; it is separate and distinct from the formal grievance and student disciplinary process maintained by the college.

If a concern is more appropriately addressed through another established process, the submitter will be told that the concern can only be addressed through that other process.

If you have any questions about this initiative, please contact the Office of the President at (518) 629-4530.