May 16, 2016, Jersey City, NJ – Hudson County Community College (HCCC) held festivities to mark achieving full campus accreditation for its North Hudson location – 4800 Kennedy Boulevard in Union City – on Wednesday, May 11 at 12 noon. The event also celebrated the graduates of the College’s Class of 2016 with a barbecue lunch.
Saturday, April 30 at the College’s Journal Square Campus
The $25 application fee will be waived for those who attend; ‘Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management Open House & Marketplace’ also scheduled for that day.
The Open House has been designed to acquaint all those interested in earning an Associate degree or a certificate from Hudson County Community College.
March 21, 2016, Jersey City, NJ – Hudson County Community College (HCCC) will host an Open House on Saturday, April 30 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the College’s Journal Square Campus in Jersey City. The Open House will be held at the College’s Library Building – 71 Sip Avenue, just across the street from the Journal Square PATH Transportation Center. Continue reading Hudson County Community College to Host Open House→
On June 16, the New Jersey Council of County Colleges presented 2014 Spirit Awards to County College of Morris Vice President Student Development & Enrollment Dr. Bette Simmons, Hudson County Community College Vice President North Hudson Center & Student Affairs Dr. Paula Pando and Brookdale Community College Dean of Enrollment Development and Student Affairs Richard Pfeffer for their exemplary service to the state’s community colleges. The three were recognized for co-authoring a statewide white paper that features best practices community colleges can adopt to improve student engagement. Pictured, from left: County College of Morris President Dr. Edward Yaw, Brookdale Community College President Dr. Maureen Murphy, Pfeffer, Simmons, Pando, Hudson County Community College President Dr. Glen Gabert, and NJCCC Chairman Bakari Lee, Esq.
More than 925 students will graduate on Thursday evening; Dr. Rod Risley, Executive Director of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society will deliver the Keynote address.
Hudson County Community College (HCCC) President Dr. Glen Gabert; Chairman William J. Netchert, Esq. and other members of the HCCC Board of Trustees; keynote speaker Dr. Rod A. Risley, Executive Director of Phi Theta Kappa honor society; Heritage Award recipient, Hudson County Executive Thomas A. DeGise; invocation leader Fr. Michael L. Braden, S.J., Vice President for Mission and Ministry at St. Peter’s University;
Valedictorian Diana Angelo and the more than 925 members of the Class of 2014; and members of the HCCC faculty, administration and staff.
Hudson County Community College 36th Annual Commencement ceremonies.
Prudential Hall at New Jersey performing Arts Center in Newark, NJ.
JERSEY CITY, N.J. / October 11, 2012 — In September, Hudson County Community College celebrated a special anniversary: President Gabert’s 20-year anniversary as president. In his two decades of service, the College has grown through significant expansion of its facilities, increasing enrollments and partnerships with colleges and organizations to bring more services to College students and local residents and businesses.
On Sept. 14, the Hudson County Community College Foundation made a donation to the College in the name of HCCC President Dr. Glen Gabert (fourth from left). Pictured from left: Paul Silverman, Vice President for Development Joseph Sansone; James J. Egan; Richard Zaborowski; Philip Johnston; Joseph Napolitano Sr.; Mandy Otero; Raju Patel; Karen Fahrenholz; Kendrick Ross and Maria Nieves.
October 19, 2010, Jersey City, NJ – The United States Department of Education has awarded a $2.97 million grant to Hudson County Community College (HCCC). The College was selected for the award from the Title V – Hispanic-Serving Institutions competitive grants program titled “Building a 21st Century Community College.”
Elected officials joined the College’s administrators in unveiling plans for the $28,165,000, 7-story, ‘complete campus under one roof’
Pictured from left: Richard Turner, mayor, Township of Weehawken; Eliu Rivera, Chairman Pro Tempore, Hudson County Board of Chosen Freeholders; HCCC President Dr. Glen Gabert; Dr. Paula P. Pando, HCCC Vice President of the North Hudson Center and Student Affairs; U.S. Rep. Albio Sires; Hudson County Executive Thomas DeGise; Hudson County Clerk Barbara Netchert; William J. Netchert, Esq., Chair, HCCC Board of Trustees; U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez; Dr. Timothy Brennan, Jr., Hudson County Executive Superintendent of Schools and HCCC Trustee; Dawn Zimmer, mayor, City of Hoboken; Hudson County Freeholder Jeffrey Dublin; and Christopher F. Irizarry, Commissioner of Department of Recreation, Parks and Public Property, City of Union City.
The College’s Vice President of the North Hudson Center and Student Affairs Dr. Paula P. Pando said that at seven stories and 92,250 square feet, the new North Hudson Center is the largest construction effort ever undertaken by the College. The College charged the architectural firm Rivardo Schnitzer Capazzi to design a building that is people-centered, environmentally conscious, technologically up-to-date, and capable of handling the College’s present and projected enrollment growth and its expansion of program offerings. (Hudson County Community College realized a 22% increase in enrollments in 2009-2010, the largest increase of any county college in New Jersey.) Construction on the steel-frame structure began in spring of 2009, and the anticipated opening date is spring 2011.”North Hudson Center will be a complete campus under one roof, and because we are the community’s College, it will also have spaces for a variety of College and community events,” Dr. Gabert stated. Continue reading Hudson County Community College Provides Glimpse of New North Hudson Higher Education Center→
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