Spotlight

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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Juan Dixon

To me, diversity is important because it allows us to change and move forward and adapt. It allows anyone to go almost anywhere and do anything.

 
Vivian Ostrowski

I love that our students are first generation, that they are ESL, that they are poor, that 10 percent have disabilities, that we have high school students, that we have grandmas and grandpas, and when they come here, they learn how fabulous they are.

 
Andrew Fletcher

Andrew Fletcher, originally from the West Indies, is the Learning Resource Coordinator for HCC's Center for Academic Program Support, or CAPS.

 
Irma Medina

Diversity is important because it means that we are all included, we belong, we are accepted. We all want to be heard, seen, and to matter.

 
Camille L. Theriaque

Camille, Class of 2012, is now studying psychology at Mount Holyoke College and intends to become a counselor for veterans and first responders suffering from post-traumatic stress.

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Holyoke Community College
303 Homestead Ave. Holyoke, MA 01040
413.538.7000