Just in time for the holiday shopping season, student entrepreneurs from Gateway Community College (GCC) and Housatonic Community College (HCC) set up shop this week to test the market for their products and services.
October 22nd, Housatonic Community College (HCC) President Paul Broadie II led the official celebration of the new Lafayette Hall expansion opening with a ribbon-cutting event attended by CSCU President Mark Ojakian, State Senator Marilyn Moore, State Representative Steven Stafstrom, Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim, Amenta Emma Architects and members of the HCC Foundation, faculty, staff and students.
Spotlight on STEAM Programs – STEAMFEST 2018 at HCCWritten by Evelyn Gard
Housatonic Community College (HCC) hosted the community for STEAM Fest 2018 – a celebration of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics on Wednesday, November 7th and Thursday, November 8th on the HCC campus..
Housatonic Community College (HCC) will host The Major Experience–a comprehensive workshop that includes academic guidance, career assessment and future career exploration by HCC faculty and staff.
TurboVote service to make voter registration easierWritten by Matt Fischer
The internet has simplified many aspects of our lives, but until recently the process of registering to vote and understanding local election procedures was still left to those with ample free time and resources. TurboVote has changed all that.
On Tuesday, Sept 18, HCC’s Theater Arts Program will run a special one-off performance of “Wasted”, an hour-long show that looks at consequences of a simple night out turned bad. The show will take place in the Performing Arts Center from 2:00-3:15 and is free and open to the public
Housatonic Community College (HCC) will host “Forming a More Perfect Union” a conversation on civic engagement presented by Tanya A. Hughes, Executive Director of the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (CHRO).
CT Alliance to End Sexual Violence offering free trainings this summerWritten by Matt Fischer
The CT Alliance to End Sexual Violence will host two free trainings for all CSCU students this summer. These trainings, made possible through the CSCU SAFE grant, provide information about sexual violence on campus and a comprehensive overview of state and federal policies.
Local real estate leader Bob Scinto celebrated the hard work and accomplishments of HCC scholarship recipients this week with a private luncheon and meet and greet at his office park in Shelton.