Student Resources

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Disability & Deaf Services

If you are a disabled or Deaf student, the Office of Students with Disabilities & Deaf Services (OSDDS) will help you access needed accommodations and support services. If you are a family member of a Deaf or disabled student, or an HCC faculty or staff person, OSDDS staff can provide consultation, information, and resources to help you support your student.

Childcare

The Kids' Place offers full-time childcare on the HCC campus for infant, toddler, preschool, and school-age children. Nationally accredited, quality programming is offered year-round, Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Community Partnership grants, vouchers, and contracted subsidies are available for eligible families. Contact holyoke@thekidsplace.org or 413.538.7742.

Dining

Running on fumes? Pull up to the POD Express (near Student Activities in the Donahue building), or the Forum Cafe in the Fine & Performing Arts building. Planning a meeting? HCC caters to groups large and small.

Directions & Parking

We have 135 rolling, wooded acres, but we promise you won't get lost! Conveniently located off I-91, HCC is easy to find and navigate.

Thrive Financial Success Center

Need help balancing your budget? Have questions about managing money? Start taking control of your finances today! Thrive will help you create a plan that will get you closer to achieving your goals and building a more stable future. Thrive offers an array of free services that help students and community residents build their financial skills.

Food Pantry

Career Closet

The Holyoke Career Closet seeks to provide appropriate business attire to students who have scheduled interviews for jobs and internships.

get involved

HCC has more than 40 student-run clubs and organizations. Find the one that's the right fit for you!

Clubs


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