Press Archives
07 Sep

Housatonic Community College Receives Grant From Bank of America To Support Financial Literacy Needs Of Students

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The Housatonic Community College Foundation announced today that it has received a $10,000 grant to respond to the financial literacy needs of its students.
05 Sep

Housatonic Community College To Offer New Ophthalmic Assistant Program

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To help address the global shortage of ophthalmic medical personnel and train students for in-demand careers, Housatonic Community College will offer an Ophthalmic Assistant Program this semester, with classes beginning September 17th.
31 Aug

Late-start classes begin Sept. 11

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Miss the first week of classes? Don’t worry, late-start classes begin Tuesday, Sept 11.
13 Aug

HCC alum wins several awards at annual art show

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HCC alum and current student at Academy of Art University (AAU) Craig Leachman ‘15, took home six awards from this year’s Connecticut Art Directors Club (CADC) Awards Show.
13 Jul

CT Alliance to End Sexual Violence offering free trainings this summer

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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.
03 Jul

Bob Scinto Luncheon celebrates student accomplishments

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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.
01 Jul

Robin Avant Named Dean of Academic Affairs at Housatonic Community College

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Housatonic Community College President Paul Broadie II named Robin Avant to the position of Dean of Academic Affairs at Housatonic Community College (HCC).
18 Jun

Fall Scholarships available

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The deadline for Fall Scholarships is fast approaching. Applications must be submitted by Sunday, July 8. See below for a list of qualifications and exceptions.
18 May

I stayed close, now I'm going far: It's never too late to go back to school

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In late August, 2013, Dionne Williams took a chance. It had been 30 years since Williams had entered a classroom and now at age 47, she was back.
14 May

Greetings from new Student Senate President Caroline Steadham

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My name is Caroline Steadham and I am entering my fourth semester at HCC. I’m currently majoring in Business Administration.
03 May

Student Appreciation Day helps kick off summer

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In recognition of the many contributions HCC students have made to the campus community, Student Appreciation Day kicked off the summer with music, food and games.
02 May

HCC Holds Sidewalk Festival

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On Wednesday, May 2nd, HCC held a sidewalk festival. The festival included sidewalk chalk drawings, live music and food.
26 Apr

Bringing in the Bystander comes to HCC

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Brining in the Bystander, a sexual and relationship violence prevention workshop will be held Monday, April 30 from 2-2:30 p.m. in BH-317 and Tuesday, May 1, 11-12:20 p.m. in LH L109. The workshop, which is co-sponsored by the Academic Advising and Student Success Activities offices, aims to equip students with skills necessary to diffuse volatile situations in relationships.
20 Apr

Student wins Elevator Pitch Contest for vegan take-out

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Bubba’s Vegan Kitchen, a take-out and catering company created by HCC student Keysha Tingeling, won first place in the University of Bridgeport’s annual Elevator Pitch Competition last week.
03 Apr

Student Turns Novella into Production

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What first started as a novella about two young couples caught up in tragedy and denial has turned into a full-on performance in HCC student Yasmina Saint-Jean’s For What It’s Worth, which debuted at HCC last week.
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