• Five Hostos COPE Students Awarded Mitsui USA Scholarship

    Five participants in the College Opportunity to Prepare for Employment (COPE) program at Hostos Community College (CUNY) with a passion for giving back have been awarded competitive Mitsui USA Scholarships for the 2015-2016 academic year.
  • Hostos Assistant Professor’s Love Of Mathematics And Community Colleges Earns Him A Project Acccess Fellowship

    Developmental education sometimes requires a teaching “outside the box” approach. By offering real world examples to students who require more support, even technical subjects like mathematics can be absorbed more easily.
  • Hostos Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month By Recognizing Distinguished Latino Leaders

    “What better place is there to kick off Hispanic Heritage Month than Hostos Community College?” That question came from Hostos President Dr. David Gómez, as the College launched its month-long celebration by recognizing important Latino leaders on September 15.
  • Hostos Receives Largest Grant Award In College History

    Hostos Community College’s Division for Continuing Education and Workforce Development (CEWD) has been awarded a five-year, $10.7 million Health Profession Opportunity Grant (HPOG) from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration for Children and Families (ACF) to operate its Allied Health Career Pipeline Program.
  • Hostos To Premiere Play About Cyberbullying

    Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture and Hostos Repertory Company are proud to announce the New York City premiere of the theatrical production of Henry’s Lawan important and timely play about bullying by Stacie Lents.
  • Hostos Again Supporting Brides March

    On September 26, members of the Hostos family participated and hosted a closing ceremony for the 15th Annual NYC Gladys Ricart and Victims of Domestic Violence Memorial Walk, also known as “Brides’ March.”
  • Hostos Food Studies Program Continues To Gain Attention

    William Nunez, a second-year student at Hostos Community College, has had a long-standing interest in nutrition, and was conscious of health issues because of diabetes in his family. I met William during a recent visit to the College, where the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund is supporting the start-up of a new Food Studies program. Although he is a theater major, he was intrigued when he heard about the new program, and he wanted to be a part of the pilot class. 
  • National Hispanic Heritage Month: Honoring Our Distinguished Latino Leaders

    National Hispanic Heritage Month: Honoring Our Distinguished Latino Leaders
  • Hostos Career Services Hosts Large Fall Job Fair

    On Sept. 3, 2015, Hostos’ Career Services and the Division of Continuing Education welcomed students and alumni to the Job & Internship Fest to kick-off the fall semester. The event attracted 38 employers and 154 students and former students to the Savoy Multipurpose Room.