Area elected officials to join faculty, staff and administrators attend ceremonies marking the official grand opening of the new, six-story building on theÂ Collegeâ€™s Journal Square campus.
On September 29th, 2014 Congressman Albio Sires, Hudson County Executive Thomas A. DeGise, and other elected officials and community leaders gathered with the Trustees, students, faculty, staff, and administration of Hudson County Community College (HCCC) for the official dedication of the Collegeâ€™s new Library Building.
The ribbon-cutting ceremonies took place inside the six-story, multifunctional structure, which is located at 71 Sip Avenue on the Collegeâ€™s Journal Square Campus in Jersey City. The 112,000 square-foot building is just steps away from the Journal Square PATH Transit Station.
Dr. Glen Gabert, President of HCCC, said the Library Building was designed to serve as a center of knowledge and learning, and to promote a sense of community and connectedness for students, faculty, staff, and all who live and work in Hudson County.
Area elected officials and College administrators, faculty and staff to sign topmost beam at April 2 event
Hudson County Executive Thomas A. DeGise, members of the Hudson County Chosen Board of Freeholders, New Jersey State Senator Sandra B. Cunningham, Jersey City Mayor Jerramiah T. Healy, Hudson County Community College Board of Trustees Chair William J. Netchert, Esq. and other Trustees, Hudson County Community College President Glen Gabert and members of the Collegeâ€™s administration, faculty and staff will be in attendance for theÂ Topping Out Ceremonies for the new Hudson County Community College Library & Academic Building, currently under construction at 71 Sip Avenue in Jersey City, NJ.
The event will begin with remarks in the lobby of the Collegeâ€™s Administration Building (70 Sip Avenue) on the Journal Square Campus in Jersey City and will proceed across the street to the site of the Library & Academic Building.
November 4, 2010, Jersey City, N.J. – On Monday, Nov. 1, Hudson County Community College held an official Grand Opening ceremony for its newest facility at 2 Enos Place on the Journal Square Campus in Jersey City. The building was renovated to include 10 classrooms, two computer labs (one Mac, one PC), a writing center, testing center and a student lounge.
Pictured on bottom row from left: HCCC Trustee James Fife, HCCC Trustee Alfred Zampella, Jersey City Deputy Mayor Kabili Tayari, HCCC Board of Trustees Chair William J. Netchert, Hudson County Executive Thomas A. DeGise, HCCC Trustee Karen Fahrenholz, Hudson County Freeholder Anthony Romano, and HCCC President Dr. Glen Gabert. Pictured on top row from left: HCCC Foundation Chairman Emeritus Paul Silverman, Jersey City Councilman William Gaughan, and HCCC Vice President for Development Joseph Sansone.
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