Talking openly about personal problems can feel awkward, so the thought of being a participant or observer at live counseling sessions would seem difficult

A free summer program is giving community college students at Gateway (GCC) and Housatonic (HCC), who are considering careers in medicine the chance to fully explore the field on the campus of GCC’s Ivy League neighbor.

In the age of opioid addiction many people are turning to alternative medicines to manage pain.

The Pitney Bowes Foundation awarded Housatonic Community College (HCC) a grant to advance literacy and education through the creation of a Science Technology Engineering Art and Math (STEAM) Center of Excellence.

Presenting a polished image sets job candidates up for success in an interview, but the dilemma many students face is in determining how to build a professional wardrobe with limited funds.

A member of the HCC faculty team for ten years, Professor Janet Yarrow teaches classes in Introduction to Nutrition and Anatomy & Physiology. Additionally, in the fall 2018, she launched HCC’s new Pre-Nutrition program, providing a pathway for students to become a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist.

People’s United Community Foundation Provides $8,500 in Funding for HCC Bridges Program

Okey Ndibe’s Never Look An American In The Eye: A Memoir of Flying Turtles, Colonial Ghost, and the Making of a Nigerian American

HCC’s advancements in efficiency and effectiveness were recognized by the Community College Futures Assembly, which recently named the College’s Family Economic Security Program (FESP) as a finalist for its national 2019 Bellwether Award.

A team of Housatonic Community College (HCC) students working on a textbook streaming app placed third in the Venture Enterprise category at the 22nd Annual Connecticut New Venture Competition on December 7.

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