Tuesday, 09 August 2016 00:00

The Facts and the Faces

From Community College Student to Accounting Professional

Published in Featured

Jean Joseph will start the eight week program on June 20 in the Boston offices of Deloitte.

Published in Student News

HCC students won first and third place in the 2016 Annual Elevator Pitch Competition.

Published in Student News
Wednesday, 24 February 2016 00:00

Thank You, Housatonic!

 The Welcome to Bridgeport Committee lead by Deloris Curtis and Terry Walden was elated by the enormous support from faculty and staff who attended the Welcome to Bridgeport, Dr. Broadie reception on January 30th.

Published in HCC Related News
Wednesday, 03 February 2016 00:00

HCC Presents Zora Neale Hurston Lecture

The Housatonic Community College Women of Wisdom faculty lecture series will present its first Spring semester talk on Wednesday, Feb. 17 at 2 p.m.

Published in HCC Related News
Tuesday, 26 January 2016 00:00

MAAFA Influence Presents Shaking the Tree

MAAFA Influence Presents Shaking the Tree - Thriving in American Soil - written and directed by Rev. Ina A. Anderson

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Construction has started for the expansion and renovation to Lafayette Hall at Housatonic Community College.

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Word has been received that Housatonic Community College Acting Director of Education Technology Jose Labrador was killed in a car crash in Miami, Florida, on Wednesday, Dec. 30.

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Wednesday, 02 December 2015 00:00

Career Choice Is Here!

Welcome to Career Coach!

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Tuesday, 20 October 2015 00:00

Meet Our Walking Teams at HCC!

Housatonic Community College has five teams participating in this year's "Walk To Wellness" fitness challenge held by the Bridgeport Regional Business Council.

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I want to announce the arrival of a fantastic exhibit I’m hosting at Beacon Hall as part of my 2015 Honors Seminar Connecticut Uncovered. Sponsored by the Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame, the exhibit consists of 40 portraits of educators, businesswomen, social leaders and other trailblazing women who have improved life in our state over the past couple hundred years.  I spent all day Friday hanging the portraits, with the expert help and guidance of Prof. Andy Pinto, and I now have a newfound appreciation for museum and gallery workers everywhere!

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The FESP program now has staff!  It’s very exciting to have a team working hard to help our students clarify their career goals, navigate the college, persist in their classes, and start preparing for economically secure futures.

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