- About HCCC
- Programs and Courses
- Paying for College
- Student Success
- Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Our Journal Square Campus is the home to our new Student Center! The Student Center, located adjacent to the Library Building at 81 Sip Ave., houses a Student Lounge, Dining Location, Veteran Student Lounge, Student Life and Leadership and Student Affairs office, SGA and Club Offices, and a Multipurpose Room.
The J Building Gaming Lounge is located in the Lower Level of the J Building at 2 Enos Place. Get access to brand new smart televisions and the latest gaming systems. Journal Square also has a Culinary Student Lounge located on the 4th Floor of the Culinary Conference Center at 161 Newkirk Street.
Our North Hudson Campus Student Lounge, located on the 2nd Floor features plenty of lounging, vending machines, a microwave, and access to a beautiful courtyard to enjoy sunny days with your friends or your homework.
We have over 30 student-led clubs and organizations for you to get involved at HCCC.
The Student Government Association (SGA) is responsible for raising concerns to students; serving as a communication link between the student body and the College Administrators to enhance student life - making your experience more fulfilling, more impactful, and one that you will never forget.
We have a proud history of academic excellence. HCCC partners with prominent national honor societies to recognize those students, from various disciplines, who have achieved academic distinction.
HCCC has chapters of the following Honor Societies:
- Alpha Sigma Lambda
- Chi Alpha Epsilon
- National Society of Leadership and Success
- Phi Theta Kappa
- Psi Beta
- Sigma Kappa Delta
For more information on these chapters, please click here.
HCCC is dedicated to building leaders to reach their goals and make the world around them a better place. In addition to taking on a leadership role in the SGA, clubs, and honor societies, we offer the following opportunities:
The Peer Leader program is a part time employment paraprofessional opportunity for students. In this role, students serve as New Student Orientation leaders while also working within a myriad of areas in the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment, including Enrollment and Advising. Peer Leaders play a vital role in assisting new students from enrollment to graduation.
The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Student Passport Program is a ten-week diversity, equity, and inclusion leadership program will guide students through important topics to build cultural competence and allow opportunities for reflection and growth.
The HCCC’s student newspaper, The Orator, provides an opportunity for students interested in journalism, creative writing,
photography and art to express their opinion and views regarding HCCC politics, community
events, world issues, health matters, music, poetry, and more.
Read The Orator online at https://hudsonorator.com/
For information on the above opportunities, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We present many celebratory events for our graduating students, including honor society inductions, cultural graduations, a Toast to the Grads, and more! We can't wait to celebrate your accomplishment when your time comes!
For more information on commencement, visit our Commencement page.