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  • Write Strong Scholarship Personal Statements!

    Are you looking for an injection of funds for your degree and a boost to your resume? That's exactly what a scholarship will do and our tutors have the best tips for writing strong personal statements! Join them on Wednesday, October 4, from 2–4 p.m., on Zoom. To get the link, contact the WC at or come to C-596A (inside of HALC, to the left). 
  • Criminal Justice Program Orientation

    As part of the John Jay Justice Academy, the Unit in conjunction with Karla Contreras, the college's Academic Advising Specialist for STEM and the Dual Degree Programs (DDPs), will conduct a Criminal Justice Orientation session to inform students, currently enrolled or possible future enrollees, concerning the requirements of the program as well as process for transition to John Jay after successful completion of the CJ program. For more information, contact Public Policy and Law Unit Professor and Coordinator, Hector Soto, at
  • Immigration Talk: Rights and Protections

    Join Michael Eatroff, Senior Staff Attorney at New York Legal Assistance Group (NYLAG)’s Immigrant Protection Unit – Office of New Americans, for a talk about immigrant rights and programs that could potentially benefit Hostos students, their families, and our community.

    After the session, you'll have the opportunity to schedule one-on-one appointments with NYLAG to address your specific needs. NYLAG, a prominent civil legal services organization, is dedicated to fighting economic, racial, and social injustice by championing individuals experiencing poverty or crises. Their array of services encompasses comprehensive, free civil legal assistance, financial empowerment, impact litigation, policy advocacy, and community collaborations.

    This event is hosted by Professor Hector Soto, Coordinator of the Public Policy and Law (PPL) Unit within the Behavioral and Social Sciences Department, in conjunction with Professor Amy Ramson (PPL). Join us in this empowering discussion that can make a difference in your life.

  • Children's Center on the Bridge!

    CUNY Childcare on Campus week is October 3–5. The Hostos Community College Children’s Center will be at the Bridge (A-atrium) on Wednesday, October 4, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Stop by with your questions. There will be giveaways! Ask about taking a tour of the Children’s Center!

    The Center's purpose is to help CUNY student-parents and their children from diverse backgrounds accomplish their educational and personal goals in developmentally appropriate and culturally responsive ways. 

    The Center offers faculty and staff access to a safe, nurturing, affordable, high-quality, educational learning environment for their children. Please visit us in Room 109-A for information about our affordable and flexible child care services and a tour of the center, anytime, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    Don’t forget to watch our childcare video to get a sneak peek into our services. 

  • Turn Up Hostos: Costume Party!

    Urban Unity presentes the "Turn Up Hostos: Costume Party" on Friday, October 13th, from 5–8 p.m., at the Hostos Café (3rd floor, C-building)! There will be games, activities, and limited daycare for students with children! 
  • Panel "¡Ser intelectual hoy! Arte y sociedad"

    Author Chiqui Vicioso, Hostos President Cocco De Filippis, Professor Humberto Ballesteros, and Professor Inmaculada Lara Bonilla will engage in conversation about their recent publications and research. This is a bilingual event (English-Spanish).
  • Relationship Jeopardy

    Join the Counseling Center for "Relationship Jeopardy," an interesting twist on an old favorite. The game will bring awareness about sexual violence and assault on Wednesday, October 18, from 3–5 p.m., at C-391. Click here to register as a participant or an audience member! There will be gift cards and swag for the winning teams! 
  • Financial Literacy Seminar Series

    These upcoming virtual sessions from the Office of Alumni Relations will feature distinguished speakers, including Melody Maisonet ’17, Pedro Rivera ’15, and Hostos ASAP Coordinator Siddique Mohamed. Their expertise will provide invaluable guidance as you navigate the complexities of personal financial management.  We cordially invite you to participate in our upcoming virtual sessions to learn about budgeting, long-term planning, and investing. Register for one or more sessions here.