Holyoke Community College is the premier Massachusetts community college, providing the best start at the best value for students from an increasingly diverse community with rapidly evolving needs. Our enthusiastic, highly-qualified faculty engage students in innovative and creative learning. Students thrive in our vibrant, accessible, and welcoming campus community because we provide them with a comprehensive academic and personal support system. We challenge ourselves to identify and provide relevant and responsive solutions for the needs of organizations and individuals in the Valley and beyond. Our students are exceptionally prepared for success in today's changing world.

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Raúl Gutiérrez

Raúl Gutiérrez is helping create a Latino studies program at HCC that he hopes will expand the college's reach and scope.

Nicholas Lalanne

LaLanne, an instructor at HCC since 2010, teaches four levels of ASL. He also teaches Deaf Studies, in which students enhance their knowledge of ASL and study Deaf culture.

Mónica Torregrosa

Torregrosa, a professor Spanish, received the 2013 Elaine Marieb Faculty Chair for Teaching Excellence.

Rubaba Matin

Matin, a native of the former East Pakistan, now Bangladesh, uses her own experience to help students cross linguistic and cultural divides.

Justin West

West, a painter, videographer and the founder and longtime professor of the Electronic Media Arts program at HCC, took a sabbatical in fall 2012 to research light.


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