Summer may still be in full swing, but ambitious students enjoyed a day of academic celebration on the Housatonic Community College (HCC) campus yesterday.

Seven years ago Jeanine Gibson began working at Housatonic Community College as a HealthCare academic advisor under a HealthCaReerx Academy grant.

Recent high school graduates in the greater Bridgeport region have another reason to celebrate: Housatonic Community College (HCC) will provide a free community college experience during the 2019-2020 year./h2>

In a continued effort to serve the educational needs of the greater Bridgeport area, Housatonic Community College (HCC) will offer a wide selection of courses at its satellite location at Jonathan Law High School, 20 Lansdale Avenue, Milford, Connecticut

Housatonic Community College (HCC) is proud to announce a partnership with ACCESS Educational Service to host its annual summer STEAM Enrichment Program for students entering 4th – 8th grade..

The Housatonic Community College Foundation announced that Kristy Jelenik has been named executive director of the nonprofit devoted to supporting Housatonic Community College (HCC) and the success of its students

Steve McCurry: India features forty-four incredible photographs, capturing vibrant colors and chaos in this ancient country while providing stunning backdrops for the ordinary people who live and work in an extraordinary place.

The Housatonic Museum of Art (HMA) is proud to announce that it received $15,000 from Fairfield County’s Community Foundation to support its HMA Peer Docent Program.

PRINTS THAT WORK: printmaking in the service of a bigger picture features the work of four artists offering unique perspectives on printmaking. Roxanne Faber-Savage, Kelsey Miller, John O’Donnell and Neil Daigle-Orians mine a range of subjects including wildlife trafficking and conservation, sexuality, religion, gender and the illusion of domestic bliss.

On Thursday, March 23 the four artists featured in the Housatonic Museum of Art’s exhibit, Prints That Work: Printmaking in The Service of a Bigger Picture, shared their experiences as printmakers with a crowd of artists, students and art enthusiasts.

Over 200 people turned out Thursday evening June 15th to attend the opening reception of Housatonic Museum of Art’s newest exhibition, Sherri Wolfgang: SOLO.

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