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Housatonic Community College Student News
Housatonic Community College Venture Team Achieves Award for Textbook Streaming App
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..
Southern Connecticut State University Offers Courses at Housatonic Community College Campus
Students planning to continue their education after they complete an associate degree at Housatonic Community College (HCC) now have the convenience of enrolling in advanced classes that will be offered at the Bridgeport campus.
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.
Study Abroad with Housatonic Community CollegeWritten by Marianne Lippard
Traveling and seeing the world aren’t typically associated with life at a community college, yet a course at Housatonic Community College (HCC) with a study abroad component is offering students the chance to do just that.
HCC to offer 8-week Accelerated Classes for First Year Students
Students concerned that sharpening their academic skills will eat up time and stall their progress toward a college degree now have the option of enrolling in accelerated online courses that can be completed in one semester.
HCC Celebrates Lafayette Hall Ribbon CuttingWritten by
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.
Housatonic Community College Receives Grant from KeyBank Foundation To Support Family Economic Security Program
The Housatonic Community College (HCC) Foundation received a $30,000 contribution from KeyBank Foundation, the charitable nonprofit foundation of KeyBank, to support the College’s Family Economic Security Program (FESP). The grant, which spans a three-year period, will support the nearly 400 students already enrolled in the program.