Eugenio María de Hostos Community College of The City University of New York announced the kick-off of its 50th anniversary season, Transforming Lives, Forging Futures since 1968, and its year-long, event-filled celebration that will run through June 2018. The statement was issued after a college-wide event held at the College.
This week, Hostos will be home to the first-ever retrospective of the life and legacy of one of the most important figures in Latin Jazz, The Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture will host “Tito Puente: A Fifty-Year Retrospective of ‘El Rey,’ a multi-day, in-depth examination of his career through concerts, panels, film, dance, and more.
Hostos Community College of The City University of New York (CUNY) is delighted to announce its 2017 Scholarship Benefit on Friday, May 5, 2017. With the goal of raising funds for student scholarships, the Benefit will also highlight the many accomplishments of Hostos students and their passion to fulfill their educational aspirations.
Hostos Community College congratulates students Rokia Diabi and Oluwafemi Ligan for being awarded the prestigious 2017 Phi Theta Kappa All New York Academic awards.
The Hostos Writing Across the Curriculum celebrated its 15th year by letting the Hostos family share their voices through writings placed on the walls of the College.
Hostos Assistant Professor of English Anne Lovering Rounds has published her first book titled, Variations in an Emergency.
Hostos Community College adjunct English Professor Robert Waddell will be awarded an Arieto Award for Writing as “Writer of the Year” at the 2017 Taino Awards, held at the Bronx Museum on April, 16.
Hostos and the Hostos Repertory Company closed out Women’s History Month with a series of performances of the play, “The Most Massive Woman Wins,” from March 29-31.
Math ruled at Hostos on March 21, as the second annual “Mathematics Day” was celebrated with a full-day of lectures, educational workshops and student and faculty awards.
The Hostos women’s basketball team wrapped up its historic season this weekend, finishing 5th in the nation at the National Junior College Athletic Association Tournament.
March Madness reached a whole new level when the women’s basketball team won its 25th straight game, after beating Borough of Manhattan Community College, 69-52, in the NJCAA Region XV title game on March 5. The victory earned the women’s team the first regional title in school history.
Scholarships can help college students pay for expenses, but they can also expose a person to so much more outside the classroom.
March Madness has descended on Hostos Community College.
Hostos’ Division of Institutional Advancement received two Gold Awards for its 2014-15 Annual Report: “Impact” at both the 32nd Annual Educational Advertising Awards and the 2016 Collegiate Advertising Awards.
Ramón J. Jiménez, Esq., was a great supporter of Hostos Community College, ever since the doors of the institution were open nearly 50 years ago. Sadly, Professor Jiménez passed away in May of 2016, but his contributions to the College and South Bronx community will never be forgotten.
Hostos Community College of The City University of New York (CUNY) boasts the highest “intergenerational social mobility rate” of students among fellow CUNY community colleges, according to a study in The New York Times published on January 18, 2017.
Hostos Community College is proud to announce that Professor Hector Soto has been selected as one of the 50 Most Influential People in the Bronx by City & State.
A 1976 flyer from Hostos Professor Emeritus Dr. Gerald Meyer’s “Save Hostos” collection is on display as part of the Museum of the City of New York’s exhibit titled, “New York at Its Core.” It is also featured in a new book about the 1970s fiscal crisis in New York City.
Part-fundraiser, part-talent showcase, part-competition, but all Hostos, the College’s #GivingTuesday campaign was a smashing success.
National Hispanic Heritage Month was celebrated at Hostos with an event honoring various distinguished Latino leaders on October 7.