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MacKenzie Scott will give $15 million to CUNY’s Hostos Community College, marking the largest donation in the history of the Bronx school.

Hostos Community College E1623859280567Hostos is one of 30 schools identified by Scott. Scott announced the gifts on Medium.

“We are humbled once again by Ms. Scott’s incredible generosity as well as the enlightened principles governing her philanthropy,” said Chancellor Félix V. Matos Rodríguez, Hostos president from 2009-2014. “The belief system she outlined in her powerful and incisive essay — that the march toward social equality can only be driven by individuals and institutions working from within communities — aligns with CUNY’s core values and the transformational work of our 25 colleges across the five boroughs. We are deeply grateful once again for this affirmation of the University as an engine for social mobility, academic excellence, affordability and social justice.”

Sours: https://www.diverseeducation.com/institutions/community-colleges/article/15109458/hostos-community-college-receives-15-million-from-philanthropist-mackenzie-scott
A banner with the Hostos Logo and the following message: El Semanario Hostosiano/ The Hostos Weekly. A Campus-Wide Weekly Bulleting from the Interim President Daisy Cocco De Filippis, Ph.D.

Friday, April 9, 2021 | Vol. 2 No. 11, Spring 2021 Semester 

MESSAGE FROM INTERIM PRESIDENT DAISY COCCO DE FILIPPIS

My Dear Colleagues and Students,

These are just a few words to welcome you all back after what I hope was a relaxing and enjoyable spring break, generously interrupted, perhaps, by work on behalf of teaching and learning, as needed.



This is the second and final stretch of the academic journey this year. Our journey may be characterized as the commitment to staying the course, despite uncertainty and ambiguity, on behalf of our students and our mission, putting front and center our values as an academic community of purpose. I know there will be much care put in place to ensure guidance and support of our students, as they work hard to bring about a successful end of semester.

This is also the first week of summer and fall registration. I urge you all to take time to emphasize the importance of early registration in successful degree completion. Additionally, and as part of our own personal responsibility and our community responsibility, it is important to bring up the fact that now everyone sixteen years of age and older are eligible to be vaccinated in New York. This is promising for us all and an occasion to celebrate this significant development in our progress to combat this cruel pandemic. 

Mil gracias y bendiciones, Daisy

 

Daisy Cocco De Filippis, Ph.D.

Interim President

Eugenio María de Hostos Community College, CUNY

A POEM TO WELCOME POETRY MONTH THIS BEAUTIFUL APRIL IN NEW YORK

Pablo Neruda

La Poesía

 

Y fue a esa edad... Llegó la poesía

a buscarme. No sé, no sé de dónde

salió, de invierno o río.

No sé cómo ni cuándo,

no, no eran voces, no eran

palabras, ni silencio,

pero desde una calle me llamaba,

desde las ramas de la noche,

de pronto entre los otros,

entre fuegos violentos

o regresando solo,

allí estaba sin rostro

y me tocaba.

 

Yo no sabía qué decir, mi boca

no sabía

nombrar,

mis ojos eran ciegos,

y algo golpeaba en mi alma,

fiebre o alas perdidas,

y me fui haciendo solo,

descifrando

aquella quemadura,

y escribí la primera línea vaga,

vaga, sin cuerpo, pura

tontería,

pura sabiduría

del que no sabe nada,

y vi de pronto

el cielo

desgranado

y abierto,

planetas,

plantaciones palpitantes,

la sombra perforada,

acribillada

por flechas, fuego y flores,

la noche arrolladora, el universo.

 

Y yo, mínimo ser,

ebrio del gran vacío

constelado,

a semejanza, a imagen

del misterio,

me sentí parte pura

del abismo,

rodé con las estrellas,

mi corazón se desató en el viento.

Poetry

And it was at that time...Poetry came

to find me. I don't know, I don't know where

it came from, from winter or a river.

I don't know how or when,

no, they weren't voices, they weren't

words, or silence,

but from a street, it called me,

from the boughs of the night,

suddenly amongst the others,

between violent fires

or returning alone,

it was there faceless

and it touched me.

 

I didn't know what to say, my mouth

didn't know what

to call it,

my eyes were blind,

and something was beating in my soul,

a fever or lost wings,

I just kept going,

analyzing

that burning,

and I wrote my first vague line,

vague, no substance, pure

nonsense,

pure wisdom

from which one knows nothing,

and suddenly I saw

the sky

uncovered

and open,

planets,

throbbing plantations,

the pierced darkness,

riddled by arrows, fire and flowers,

the overpowering night, the universe.

 

And me, a tiny being,

inebriated by the great void

filled with stars,

in the image and likeness

of the mystery,

I felt I was a part of the pure

abyss,

I wandered with the stars,

my heart was unleashed in the wind.

Neruda, Pablo,Poemas humanos/Human Poems, translated by Clayton Eschelman, Grove (New York, NY), 1969.

About Pablo Neruda: Born Ricardo Eliezer Neftali Reyes y Basoalto, Neruda adopted the pseudonym under which he would become famous while still in his early teens. He grew up in Temuco in the backwoods of southern Chile. Neruda’s literary development received assistance from unexpected sources. Among his teachers “was the poet Gabriela Mistral who would be a Nobel laureate years before Neruda,” reported Manuel Duran and Margery Safir in Earth Tones: The Poetry of Pablo Neruda. “It is almost inconceivable that two such gifted poets should find each other in such an unlikely spot. Mistral recognized the young Neftali’s talent and encouraged it by giving the boy books and the support he lacked at home.”

By the time he finished high school, Neruda had published in local papers and Santiago magazines, and had won several literary competitions. In 1921 he left southern Chile for Santiago to attend school, with the intention of becoming a French teacher but was an indifferent student. While in Santiago, Neruda completed one of his most critically acclaimed and original works, the cycle of love poems titled Veinte poemas de amor y una canción desesperada—published in English translation as Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair. This work quickly marked Neruda as an important Chilean poet. More here.

A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION BRIAN CARTER

Hello to my fellow colleagues and students of Hostos Community College! As your President, I am here to give my weekly encouragement and inspiration as we continue to embrace the challenges that we have faced throughout this semester and recently concluded with Women’s History Month. I would like to highlight the wonderful women in this world that make it possible for us to live and exist in this beautiful world. We embrace the matriarchs of our family with this special acknowledgement of them. Well, the reason I am in this world and at this college is because of my mom. She is the proud mother of three and also a former student of Hostos Community College, and an entrepreneur as well. She, unfortunately, was diagnosed with diabetes and then cancer, which is why she was no longer able to continue her studies. I chose to spotlight my mom because she still continues to fight despite her ailments and managed to have an incredible twenty-plus year career at Macy’s Herald Square, all while raising three amazing children. Till this day, my mom continues her treatment through therapy, and with God’s grace, her condition has improved with every amazing day that the good Lord continues to provide.  

I also am blessed to be among some amazing women as well within the Hostos community. One would be the amazing Rhonda Smith, who I currently have the pleasure to work alongside and who has also been a mother figure to all who know her. Within her capacity in the Office of Student Activities, she continues to emerge and provide students with opportunities and direction, and she has been a staple in the Hostos community. Two other women who have embraced me with open arms are the wonderful Ruby Calle and Jennifer Williams from the CUNY EDGE office, where they have helped strategize and prioritize their students and directed them towards their services. They do a phenomenal job in addressing students’ academic issues and evaluating based on assessing students needs. They have done a remarkable job at the CUNY EDGE office, which I would advise students to visit if they haven’t done so as of yet. 

Another wonderful woman that I would like to take the opportunity to thank, who has helped me navigate my journey at Hostos is the amazing Toya Pigford from the Financial Aid Office. She has played a significant role in my life and the lives of countless others who have come across her involving their financial obligations, needs and concerns. She has always been reliable and consistent and has helped me and other students by encouraging us to overcome adversity one day at a time. Additionally, two other remarkable women who have played a significant role in not only my life, but the entire student body are the one and only Interim President Daisy Cocco De Filippis and the amazing Diana Kreymer from the President’s Office, where they form the conglomerate that is responsible for a handful of business decisions that are imperative and affect the Community of Hostos on a daily basis. So when you have an opportunity to meet any of the aforementioned women, just know that you are in the presence of greatness and they should be treated as royalty, as they are the Queens of Hostos Community College.

Submitted by Coronavirus Campus Coordinator, Esther Rodríguez-Chardavoyne, Senior Vice President of Administration and Finance and Interim Vice President of Student Development and Enrollment Management

Fall 2021 Planning

On April 5, 2021, the class schedule was opened to our continuing students for Fall 2021 registration. All course sections listed in CUNYfirst indicate whether the class will be taught through online, hybrid (traditional hybrid or hyflex), or in-person sessions.

We want our continuing students to know now what their options are for the fall, and give them ample time to plan. We also hope that opening registration for continuing students will help us better gauge demand for in-person courses as we begin Fall 2021 recruitment for freshmen, transfer students, and readmitted students.

MIDDLE STATES SELF-STUDY UPDATE

Submitted by MSCHE Steering Committee Co-Chairs Professor Kate S. Wolfe and Professor Nelson Nuñez-Rodríguez

The Professor Magda Vasillov Center for Teaching and Learning as an Incubator of Hostos Faculty Identities

The yearlong New Faculty Orientation devised by the Hostos Center for Teaching and Learning, the guidelines for tenure and promotion, including annual evaluations, a third-year meeting with the Provost, as well as, a systematic series of professional development opportunities for untenured, tenured and adjunct faculty members encompass the Hostos process of nurturing faculty professional development. Altogether these processes will allow our institution to demonstrate support mechanisms for professional growth, innovation and scholarly inquiry. Ultimately, Middle States hopes to find a cadre of faculty members who can bring students into new areas of intellectual experience, expanding their global awareness and cultural sensitivity, and preparing them to make well-reasoned judgments outside, as well as within, their academic field.

Faculty members bring to the institution a plethora of scholarly interests and variety of teaching repertoires. They henceforth build a Hostos professional identity. This process includes deconstructing themselves to meet the rainbow of student academic needs, embracing a Liberal Arts institutional climate, fulfilling service expectations and documenting student academic progress while remaining active in their scholarly fields. Faculty members need to find creative ways to develop their research interests while engaging students in undergraduate research opportunities. All these practices forge a Hostos professional identity and represent a fertile arena to explore new lines of inquiry.

 

The Middle States Accreditation Standard 3 narrative gives an opportunity to celebrate the maturity of our Center for Teaching and Learning fostering a sustained culture of discussion and intellectual growth. The accreditation team members aim to see the accomplishments and the engineering processes behind it. The mission of the Professor Magda Vasillov Center for Teaching and Learning includes fostering excellence in teaching, research, service and leadership. Overall, the center’s vision, embracing all faculty voices, perspectives and scholarly interests, represents our best power station to show compliance for this standard’s criteria and provoke intellectual electricity moments among faculty members.

INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

Submitted by Babette Audant, Assistant Dean for Institutional Effectiveness, Strategic Planning and Assessment

Operational Plan - March Progress Updates Submitted

 

Hostos’ Operational Plan is an annual plan comprised of actions we commit to college-wide to advance the Strategic Plan’s institutional goals. For AY 20-21, in addition to Strategic Plan goals, there are actions aligned with the ongoing Middle States self-study efforts, and the college’s response to the pandemic.

 

Interim President Cocco De Filippis instituted a cycle of three progress updates on the operational plan progress: December, March and May. As of the end of March, the progress updates submitted by division leadership were compiled, and reviewed by Cabinet. It reflects the focused, strategic, and sustained work across the college’s offices, units and departments to support student success. 

The following is a summary of the AY Operational Plan March Progress Updates, which will soon be available online for review. 

A technical overview: a significant number of activities are completed. A number of new systems have been put in place in offices including HR, the Registrar and the IT department. Overall, there is consistent progress that suggests that the vast majority of what we set out to do will be accomplished this year. This speaks to the focus and ongoing dedication of staff, faculty and leadership across the college. It also reflects the accelerated pace at which systems were adapted to digital platforms, changing how we do our work, support our students, and shift towards new definitions of accessibility. 

An observation: Activities that were originally described as being cross-divisional are not as well advanced as activities for which a single division, department or unit is accountable. There is at least one example of efforts being initiated by two units independently of one another. 

This is less a criticism than a reminder that cross-divisional activities require the identification of a project manager as a first step, early in the process, and the development of a workplan. As we remind students assigned a (usually dreaded) group project, the project manager is not responsible for doing all the work, and does the work of managing the workflow. I’m also bringing this up because two years ago at a mid-year President’s retreat, a number of attendees recommended that training and support be provided on the topic of group facilitation and project management. Again, I see this more as an opportunity than a failing and something to integrate into future operational plans. 

KPIs in relation to the Operational Plan: When we look at where we are regarding some key KPIs, we are not where we want to be at the end of Year 4 of the five-year Strategic Plan. For example, we aimed to increase FTFTF retention to 85% by the end of next AY. The Fa19 cohort was retained at a rate slightly above 60%; the Fa20 cohort has a one-term retention rate of ~75%. And yet – the sustained and coordinated efforts across SDEM and OAA to ensure students are able to continue despite the devastating impacts of Covid suggests we’re moving in the right direction (not there yet!) even as the numbers suggest otherwise. Also, there are measures that speak to the power of clear communication and effective advisement: the majority of new students are enrolling in Gateway English and Math in their first year. The completion rates are also edging up in both disciplines.  

The final OP progress report will be completed in May, before graduation. 

We are in our fourth year of our five-year Strategic Plan. As we head into the final year, it’s an opportunity to assess where we met (or exceeded) our goals, what got dropped along the way, and what’s left to do in the last year of “tying it up.” 

In many cases, the KPIs have trended, and continue to trend, in the right direction – success that can be attributed to actions documented in the past years’ operational plans. A number of the Strategic Priorities are quantifiable, and have been tracked over the life of the Strategic Plan. And these successes, too, can be attributed to OP actions. There are also priorities that can’t be quantified – so part of the work will be defining what success looks like. 

Through the weekly bulletin, you’ll be kept up to date regarding progress on the Operational Plan, and the priorities guiding our efforts in the coming year.



GOVERNMENTAL AND EXTERNAL AFFAIRS

Submitted by Director of Governmental and External Affairs Eric Radezky, Ph.D. 

I am pleased to have two announcements this week, greetings from New York State Senator José M. Serrano and summer job opportunities through the Summer Youth Employment Program, a division of the NYC Department of Youth and Community Development. 

 

I. Senator José M. Serrano recently met with Hostos Interim President Cocco De Filippis for an update on the state of the college. The Senator asked that we share his contact information because Hostos is in his district and he wants his constituents to always feel free to contact his office with any questions or concerns, or if you are in need of PPE.

 

Senator Serrano’s office is located at 335 E. 100th St. NY, NY 10029, and he and his staff can be reached at(212) 828-5829 or at [email protected] You may also join the Senator’s mailing list for the latest updates on COVID-19, re-openings, vaccines, and New York State legislative news.

 

II. Summer Youth Employment Program Applications Now Open! Deadline April 23..

 

Participants in the Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) have the opportunity to explore their interests and career pathways, develop workplace skills and engage in learning experiences that help to develop social, civic and leadership skills, all while earning money. Learn more here or by calling (800) 246-4646. Applications due by April 23, 2021.  

 

There are also a number of SYEP opportunities at NYCHA developments. Click here for more information on those opportunities.

 

General eligibility requirements: SYEP is open to residents of the five boroughs ages 14 to 21 who are legally allowed to work in the US. Young adults ages 22 to 24 who face employment barriers or reside in certain NYCHA developments may be eligible for special programming. Please visit nyc.gov/SYEP to learn more.



Submitted by Chief Diversity Officer Lauren Gretina

In recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month and during these challenging times, the Office of Compliance and Diversity wants to remind you of resources that are available for victims of sexual misconduct both on and off campus.

 

During April, OCD will collaborate with Scarlett Thompson, College Campus Sexual Assault Coordinator, to present workshops for Hostos students on sexual harassment and how to navigate online relationships and stay safe in the digital age. How do we practice consent when swiping through Tinder, Bumble, Grindr, or Hinge? How do we intervene in harm we may see on social media? We'll cover these topics and more through skill-building activities and group discussions.

 

Additionally, the Office of Compliance and Diversity (OCD)’s Equal Employment Opportunity and Sexual Harassment (aka EEO 101) training sessions have been moving forward. We just trained Campus Operations/Facilities and staff from SDEM, and training for Public Safety are upcoming. These trainings help ensure employees understand their rights and obligations under the CUNY Policy on Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination. For more information about the training sessions or if you have any questions about training and prevention please contact us at [email protected]  

 

As a reminder, OCD is here to answer your questions and provide you with information, resources, and options regarding discrimination and harassment. The College is committed to responding to any incidents of bias, sexual misconduct, harassment and discrimination and preventing such incidents through education and training. If you would like to file a discrimination complaint with our office please complete the Online Complaint Form.

 

For further information please read here.

 

NEWS FROM THE DIVISION OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

We are excited to be one of 19 virtual exchange programsawarded new grants by the Stevens Initiative. With our fellow grantees, we will reach nearly 19,000 youth participants through virtual exchange. Together, our programs cover 25 topics, including engineering innovation, history, public health, and social entrepreneurship.



You can read the full announcement here.

 

And, read our partner news announcement - “Hostos Community College Partners with La Guardia Community College On Program To Virtually Connect Young People Around the World—Funded By Stevens Initiative

Student Retention is Priority – Call for Authors

 

All faculty and staff are invited to share any retention strategy that is working well. OAA would like to compile and distribute (with permission) these strategies to the larger campus community. Authors may leave anonymous entries but must give permission for the strategy to be shared. Click here to share a retention strategy that works in your program or course. 

 

OAA extends a grand thank you to all members of the campus professionals who continue to connect with students. Calling, emailing, and responding to students helps them feel more connected with the college. Students who are more connected to the college are more likely to complete the semester and re-enroll for the next one.

[email protected]

 

If a student is doing really great in your course, raise a kudo in [email protected] This shows the student that you are paying attention to them! 

 

On the other hand, the last day for students to withdraw from a course with a grade of “W” is May 17. If you know that a student is in danger of failing your course, connect with the student's advisor or Success Coachas soon as possible. 

 

[email protected] a valuable resource! It can: show you the last time your students logged into your Blackboard course; track your communications, flags, and kudos; allow you to post your office hours and make appointments with students and show the name and contact information of your student’s advisor or success coach.

 

Need help getting started with [email protected]? [email protected]

NEWS FROM THE STUDENT DEVELOPMENT AND ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT

Hostos Community College To Celebrate 2021 Graduating Class With Digital Commencement Ceremony(Recurring notice)

 

Graduation Information

All are welcome to join the Hostos Community College 2021 digital commencement ceremony on Friday, May 28, 2021. at 2 p.m. on Hostos’ YouTube.

Caps and gowns orders are accepted through May 1 using thislink.

Graduation candidates are encouraged to email one photo, one 280-character quote or message, Empl ID, and degree/major to [email protected] for inclusion in the digital ceremony by April 26, 2021.

We invite Hostos faculty and students to help nominate the Spring 2021 commencement speaker. Simply complete the “Speaker Nomination Form” using your Hostos user ID and password to submit your nominee for consideration. 

NEWS FROM THE DIVISION OF INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT

The Hostos Community College Foundation’s 2021 Virtual Annual Scholarship Benefit (Recurring Notice)

Save the Date: Thursday, April 29 at 6:00 p.m.

The Virtual Annual Scholarship Benefit—Hostos' premier fundraising event—strengthens the institutional mission of the College: furthering student success. Net proceeds support students along their road to degree completion, helping to create positive trajectories for themselves and their families.

The 2021 Virtual Annual Scholarship Benefit honorees are:



  • Continental Food and Beverage, Inc., Inca Kola USA - Community Impact Award
  • Mr. and Mrs. Stuart and Randi P. Feiner - Philanthropic Impact Award
  • The Honorable José E. Serrano - Lifetime Community Service Award

Please mark your calendars and join us online on April 29. Details regarding registration and viewing information will be included in the forthcoming invitation.

For more information, please visit https://www.hostosbenefit.com/



Office of Educational Technology (Recurring Notice) 

EdTech has developed a series of workshops which offer resources to help students familiarize themselves with Blackboard and other technologies used for online learning. To enroll for an instructor-led online workshops, click here.

BLM Summit Kickoff | What Now? What Next? 

LaGuardia Community College | April 12, 2021 | 10:30 a.m.

Featuring Jumaane Williams, New York City Public Advocate. Join us for the 6th Annual Black Lives Matter Summit kickoff event! All faculty, staff and students are encouraged to login with their CUNYfirst credentials. 

Guests and visitors can login with a personal zoom account. 

To RSVP click here: https://bit.ly/weds5-7 

We Too Sing America: From Experimentation to Participation

Office of the President | Wednesday, April 14 | 3 to 5 p.m.

This town hall is focused on a most timely and critical issue— race, medicine, and healthcare in the United States. Detailing the country's long and reprehensible history of medical experimentation on Black Americans, we'll discuss the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine and what it means for historically marginalized communities.

Zoom link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/j/81826132925 

Queering the Curriculum: How to Integrate LGBTQ Information Into Coursework 

CTL | Wednesday, April 14 | 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.

This panel and workshop addresses practical concerns, and offers opportunities to share techniques for including LGBTQ information into coursework in classes that are not LGBTQ+ specific. From integrating diverse texts, to navigating gender bias in math problems, to guides for finding LGBTQ+ information for research projects and more. 

Zoom link here.

 

Care for You with Sound Bath Meditation to Reduce Stress 

Counseling Center | Wednesday, April 14 at 6 p.m. 

Zoom link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMufu2vrDMtEtwVyKzTeE-qPfa_DHaLSd_K 

“HOPE IN COM-POSITIONS: Josefina Báez, Norma Cantú, Margarita Drago”

Latin American Writers Institute | Saturday, April 17 at 3 p.m.

Curated by Professor Inmaculada Lara-Bonilla, the Hostos Latin American Writers to appear in Carnegie Hall’s Voices of Hope Festival 

Free | Register here: carnegiehall.org/voicesofhope

Dr. Nasry Michelen Allied Health Lecture Series: COVID and Seniors

Office of the President | Tuesday, April 20 at 2:30 p.m.

Presentation by Dr. Walid Michelen

Zoom link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/s/83786444506

Candid Conversations Part 5: Money Matters

Counseling Center and Health and Wellness | Tuesday, April 20 at 3 p.m.

Conversation about money management, entrepreneurship, financial wellness and effects on mental health 

Zoom Link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0lc-CurjIoG9z4TABZYg1lLKGx41COgtrm

Music Is...Family Feud Edition

Counseling Center with SGA | Wednesday, April 21 at 4 p.m. 

Join us as students and staff go head-to-head in some friendly competition. 

Zoom link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUpdOivpjguH9b1DJidH25QIR91Ylg_hUFW 

Ranked Choice Voting (RCV): Make Your Vote Count!

Faculty and the Office of Government Relations | Friday, April 23, 2021 at 7 p.m.

Learn about New York City’s new Ranked Choice Voting system and how it gives New Yorkers more vote choice and encourages more candidates of all backgrounds to run for office. For event details read here. 

RSVP here: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_rfqm9-NBTqaOi2gCp2zH1Q 

 

Velada Hostosiana: A Tribute to Poet Norberto James Rawlings

Office of the President | Tuesday, April 27 at 2:30 p.m.

Zoom link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/s/84673925627

Own Your Power by Increasing Awareness and Your Actions to Fight Against Sexual Violence

Counseling Center collaborative event in observance of National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month| Tuesday, April 27 at 3 p.m.

Zoom link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYqcumsrTwoH9e1Jsbb7N2cfGL9tPDkl4ir 

The Hostos Community College Foundation’s 2021 Virtual Annual Scholarship Benefit

Thursday, April 29 at 6 p.m.

Zoom link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/s/88507219116

All College Meeting: Academic Year End Gathering 

Tuesday, May 11, 2021 at 3:00 p.m.

Zoom link: https://hostos-cuny-edu.zoom.us/s/81680367186

Spring 2021 Commencement Ceremony

Office of the President | Friday, May 28 | 2 p.m.

Live streamed on via the Hostos YouTube channel

Link: https://www.youtube.com/user/HostosCollege

ABOUT EL SEMANARIO HOSTOSIANO/THE HOSTOS WEEKLY

El Semanario Hostosiano/The Hostos Weekly is a weekly communication vehicle designed to unite our multiple voices as we share news about members of the Hostos family, provide updates on our work and upcoming events, and disseminate policy that impacts our work.

For inclusion in the Hostos Weekly, please send your items to:

[email protected] least two weeks ahead of publication.

Please keep submissions to no more than two paragraphs of written content and note,

we are unable to add attachments to our publication.

 

Look for the Hostos Weekly each Friday.

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Q: Can I access the on-campus computer lab and printing?

The SCC/Open Lab hours will be as follows:

  • Monday – Wednesday: 9 AM to 5 PM
  • Saturday – Sunday: 11 AM to 4 PM

Where is the Student Computing Center/Open Computer Lab (SCC)?

The SCC is located on the 5th floor of the 450 Grand Concourse (‘C’) building in room C-595. You must follow the guidance of the Public Safety officers and Center staff at all times, including posted safety rules and guidance.

How do I sign up to use a lab computer?

You can sign up for a 30-minute time slot using the same [email protected] system that you use for your appointments with your advisors and other student service areas on campus.

Need help signing up? Contact our IT Service Desk via phone at 718-518-6646 or via email at [email protected] and someone will walk you through setting up an appointment!

What if I need to print/copy something?

No problem! The SCC has both color and black/white copiers and printers which you can access using your college ID card or email username/password. Remember to check your available print/copy funds balance on your Caiman Card

Need to add more funds? You can do it online or at the PhiL station located towards the rear of the computer lab using cash or a credit/debit card.

How do I get help when I’m in the computer lab?

While you’re at a computer in the lab, you can simply raise your hand and one of our Student Help Desk technicians will be available to assist you in a safe manner.

What about Covid safety?

The college has numerous Covid safety protocols in place: COVID-19: Protecting Our Community on Campus - Hostos Community College (cuny.edu)

In addition:

  1. There will be at least 6 feet of separation between computers and between printers;
  2. Sanitizing wipes will be available at the entrance and by the printers so students can wipe down any surfaces/equipment that they will come in contact with
  3. There will be a 15 minute window between appointment periods 
  4. Every night, there will be a thorough disinfecting of the computer lab
  5. Plexiglass is in place between the staff and the students at the help desk counter

What else do I need to know/do?

  1. Make sure to review all Campus visit requirements around vaccination/testing BEFORE you come to campus
  2. Make sure you have your college ID and a way to show proof of your appointment to the Public Safety Officers
  3. Always follow the posted protocols and go directly to/from the computer lab.
  4. Be courteous and respectful of other students, faculty and staff that might be on campus. Do not make loud noises or watch disruptive content while in the lab.
  5. If you’re working on documents, make sure you email them to yourself or save them to a USB
  6. Always logout/reboot the computer you are working at when you’re done
  7. Please don’t arrive to the campus/lab more than 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment. Also, you MUST have a prior appointment, no on-the-spot/walk-ins will be permitted to ensure safety protocols are adhered to

 
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A (New) Bronx Tale: A Community College Embraces Edtech to Help Students Succeed

Hostos Community College may be in the South Bronx, the poorest congressional district in the U.S., but it’s cultivating an award-winning, technology-rich culture with a laser-like focus on delivering student services.

Named a top-10 finalist for the prestigious Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence in 2015, Hostos recently ranked first among mid-size community colleges in a national Center for Digital Education survey that recognized the college’s use of technology. And Hostos isn’t resting on its laurels. It's adding functionality to its myHostos mobile app and reaching out to students with [email protected], an early warning system that enhances timely communication between students, professors and staff.

Out With Silos, in With Teamwork

Many Hostos students can benefit from a variety of interventions and outreach services. They require remedial classes or English-language instruction. Some are single parents and need childcare. Others need to make use of the college’s food pantry. Most are the first in their families to attend college. So, how did the school go about using technology to address these diverse needs?

Step one was to improve collaboration and information sharing. Originally, a comprehensive platform that could track all of the college’s numerous support services did not exist, says Chief Information Officer and Assistant Vice President of IT Varun Sehgal. Nor was there a platform allowing faculty to flag at-risk students early enough in a semester to accommodate timely and successful intervention.

“That got us looking into how do we fix this. How do we approach this from a cross-campus platform approach where it is not the silos that are doing their own things with the same goals in mind? How can we approach this in a more comprehensive and collaborative manner?” Sehgal says.

Sehgal established the planning process that ultimately would lead to [email protected], and a dedicated cross-campus committee started meeting regularly in Spring 2014. The committee included faculty members, department chairs, all of the leaders of academic support services on campus, the vice president of student affairs, the provost, and representatives from the IT side of the campus, along with representatives from another student success initiative started in 2012, the Student Success Coaching Unit.

At Hostos, coaches are critical to the advising role, and are separate and distinct from academic advising. Ultimately, they would be students’ guides to [email protected], proactively answering questions, addressing financial aid issues, helping set up academic plans and pointing students to the services available to them.

“The role of these success coaches is to essentially be the singular, primary point of contact for incoming freshmen, from the time they get admitted through the time they graduate,” Sehgal explains.

A Pilot Program Takes Off

After reviewing several early-warning-system platforms, the committee chose the Starfish Early Alert and Connect solutions, and organized a pilot of 25 English and math first-level, for-credit, gateway course sections that enrolled a total of about 600 students in Fall 2014.

The pilot “tested our business practice ideology and the capacity of the coaches and advisors in all the student support areas, but also made sure we understood whether or not the system was working, was it acceptable, did the students find it useful, and were the faculty engaging with the platform in a meaningful manner,” Sehgal describes. The initial results were mixed.

“There were a lot of bumps along the road, and we realized that we needed to do better communication, better marketing, better training and more frequent training for the different periods throughout the academic semester in which we expected feedback from the faculty or when we expected the coaches in other support areas to engage with the system,” Sehgal says. Persistence paid off.

“From there, we continued to improve, and the committee met regularly every two weeks to make sure the overall initiative was progressing,” Sehgal says. “We started getting some tremendous feedback, to the point where we had faculty coming to us asking how to get on the system. We were also getting student support services coming to us and saying ‘this is great, but we have more coaches who want to use the system.’”

Since the pilot started, the platform has grown from accommodating 25 sections to 320 sections with more than 7,500 students. And, the college has a 99.8 percent “tracking item closure rate” on a total of 4,800 referrals made since 2014. The rate reflects the number of interventions or referrals marked completed by advisors.

“The only challenge I am seeing, in terms of the system, is from the students’ end,” says Wendy Small-Taylor, 10-year veteran student advisor and director of academic advisement. They are getting the messages through the system; they are reading them, but sometimes they are not responding through the system.” Instead of making digital appointments and communications through [email protected], many students physically go to the office to which they have been referred.

Overall, however, Small-Taylor says, the system “helps advisors and the students know more about the obstacles students are facing academically. For us as advisors, it helps us to seek resources that can help them before they are negatively impacted. It is completely student and faculty friendly, and it is easily accessible by all of the support areas.”

It’s More Than a Phone App, It’s a Gateway

Adding to the accessibility factor is the college’s myHostos mobile app, launched in Spring 2016. In addition to being a notification system, the app is integrated with the CUNY web portal, as well as the CUNY student information system, so students can access their accounts from their mobile devices as well as obtain information about campus events.

The app has been downloaded more than 3,500 times, and the school currently is working on a soon-to-be-launched second-phase version that will give students the ability to register for classes, according to Sehgal.

“We wanted to have a functional app, not just an informational mobile app,” he says. “We wanted another mechanism to conduct outreach to our students by using push notifications within this mobile app. It gives us a lot more flexibility and control to target notifications to our students. So, for example, the bursar can pull up a list of students with outstanding receivables, load that list into a middleware that we created, and students with the app installed on their mobile devices receive the important notification.”

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The Title IV appeal will be reviewed by the College’s Academic Progress Standards Committee who can make an accurate academic assessment of the student’s capability to meet the appropriate SAP standard by the next payment period/semester. Therefore, students may not re-establish eligibility solely by leaving the institution for at least one year because this action, by itself, would not bring the student into compliance for Title IV SAP. Hostos employees are working remotely. The appeal must also include a reasonable and attainable academic plan that, if followed, will ensure that that the student will complete the academic program or make substantive progress towards completing the program in the terms for which s/he wants to continue to receive financial assistance. 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Get Trained. 1st time freshmen with a HS academic average below 80. Toggle navigation. 10:00am to 3:00pm. Hostos employees are working remotely. CUNY Hostos Community College has an open admission policy which permits enrollment by any high school graduate or GED holding student. In the 2017/2018 school year the student to faculty ratio was … The CUNY Hostos Community College Academic calendar runs on a semester basis. For College-wide updates, please review the SAFE CAMPUS page to learn what reopening means for Hostos. Meet CUNY proficiency standards in English and Math. However, if you need access to the buildings during our regular business hours please contact Public Safety at [email protected]. Hostos Community College requires all students to demonstrate proficiency in English (reading and writing) and math in order to enroll in credit-bearing courses in the associated subject. Average SAT Score. Located in Bronx, New York, CUNY Hostos Community College is a mid-size two year community college offering undergraduate programs. Your submission to Eugenio María de Hostos Community College of the City University of New York has been sent. Eligibility and Requirements Students must satisfy the following requirements prior to enrollment: Be admitted to Hostos Community College. Sat. Requirements. $65. Mac: OS X Snow Leopard 10.6 or later. Attend and complete the Summer Discover Program unless attending high school to obtain a diploma. These students replace some of the college’s general education requirements with a special honors curriculum under the supervision of the Council on Honors. Use this profile to review the average GPA of students accepted to the university for Fall 2020. N/A. At the end of the probationary semester, the institution must review the student’s academic progress to determine whether the student has met the appropriate SAP standard or has fulfilled the requirements specified in the student’s academic plan. Find the average SAT/ACT scores, acceptance rate, and your chances of getting in at Cappex.com Students who meet all the conditions of their academic plan at the end of the probationary semester will continue to receive Title IV assistance on a monitored, semester by semester basis until the next scheduled progress evaluation. Application Fee. College Search helps you research colleges and universities, find schools that match your preferences, and add schools to a personal watch list. 1st time freshmen with a HS academic average below 80. The student’s appeal must include: a) the reasons why the student failed to make SAP and b) what has changed in his or her situation that will allow the student to be in compliance with the SAP standard by the next evaluation. Eligibility & Requirements Eligibility. Household income must fall within the guidelines established by the state of New York. Applicants on a temporary visa who were educated in a non-English environment are asked to submit results from TOEFL, IELTS, PTE or Duolingo. Over 100 Certifications and Programs to Advance Your Career. All undergraduate students (whether aid recipients or not) will be measured against each of the three progress components at the end of every spring term to determine eligibility to receive federal student aid in the upcoming award year. SAT scores are not required for admission consideration at CUNY Hostos Community College. However, if you need access to the buildings during our regular business hours please contact Public Safety at, Eugenio María de Hostos Community College, Tutoring (Hostos Academic Learning Center - HALC), Communications & College Relations Office, Continuing Education & Workforce Development, Student Development and Enrollment Management (SDEM), LSAMP (Louis Stokes Alliance Minority Program), Study Abroad Professional Development Program, Facilities Work Order System (On-Campus Access Only), Public Safety Key Request (On-Campus Access Only), Click here to see the New Freshman/Transfer Student. Students may establish proficiency in a variety of ways, including, but not limited to, meeting benchmark scores on the SAT, ACT, and New York State Regents exams. Find out how many students apply and how many are accepted. A student who has been granted an appeal will be placed on financial aid probation. However, if you need access to the buildings during our regular business hours please contact Public Safety at. Remember that there is a great fit college for all first-year students, and you can apply to up to 6 colleges using the CUNY Application.. CUNY Four-Year College Admission Profile: Freshman Fall 2020 However, if you need access to the buildings during our regular business hours please contact Public Safety at [email protected]. SAT Range. N/A. Be a resident of NYC for one year prior to enrollment. [email protected]is an integrated program designed to help students achieve their academic goals. Get Hired. Requirements: Hardware Requirements: This course can be taken on either a PC or Mac. N/A. This program provides the college community unique opportunities to stay in touch with an array of services and resources to maximize students academic and personal success. Based on its recommendation, and if granted, the student will be required to sign a Title IV Academic Progress Approval Agreement in which s/he agrees to adhere to the specifications outlined in such document in order to continue receiving Title IV aid for the following semester. Students in this status have their eligibility for Title IV program assistance reinstated for one payment period (semester). Academics. There are three components to the College's federal satisfactory academic progress standard: All courses that appear on the student’s academic record (whether earned at the current institution or transferred from a previous institution) will count towards the pace of progression and maximum time-frame requirement, even if the student received no federal financial aid for those courses. For College-wide updates, please review the SAFE CAMPUS page to learn what reopening means for Hostos. Your safety is our priority. N/A. An appeal must be based upon mitigating circumstances resulting from events such as, personal illness or injury, illness or death of a family member, loss of employment, or changes in the academic program. N/A. This is one of several academic components evaluated during admission review. Other than having eligibility restored through filing a successful appeal, a student on financial aid suspension may regain eligibility only by taking action that brings him or her into compliance with the appropriate progress standard. SAT/ACT Prep Course - Part 1 is an online Exam Prep class. ... 480 on the Verbal section of the SAT or at least a 75 on the English Language Arts Regents or at least a 50 on the Verbal section of the PSAT. Some of our offerings are … CUNY Hostos Community College is a public, 2-year institution established in Bronx, New York, and it is a member of the City University of New York system. The table below displays information for both general and SEEK/CD admission.. 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All students who have been placed on financial aid suspension may appeal through the normal institutional academic appeal process to retain eligibility for Title IV assistance. CUNY Hostos Community College is a Public, 2 Year college located in Bronx, NY. Download the Acrobat Reader. This is known as Satisfactory Academic Progress or SAP and refers to the level of progress a student is making towards his/her academic goal of completing his/her program of study. Hostos employees are working remotely. Hostos employees are working remotely. ACT Range. Demonstrate need for skills development in at least writing or math based on your CUNY proficiency index placements. Read More About Admissions. The Continuing Education & Workforce Development Department at Hostos Community College offers educational, career, and personal development opportunities designed to address the needs of the Bronx, and Upper Manhattan communities. The credits attempted reflect the semester course loads maintained in the student’s permanent enrollment record at the college. If you enter Guttman Community College with an exemption from MATH 120, you may take three (3) electives as sufficient to meet the required total of 60 credits for the degree. For College-wide updates, please review the SAFE CAMPUS page to learn what reopening means for Hostos. The mere passage of time is insufficient to restore Title IV eligibility to a student who has lost eligibility due to not meeting the SAP standard. Dear CUNY Community, Welcome to the fall 2020 semester and the new academic year. Hostos Community College. Hostos Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, or any other category protected under federal, state, and city laws in its programs and activities. For College-wide updates, please review the SAFE CAMPUS page to learn what reopening means for Hostos. N/A. Contact Lauren Gretina (Room A-336) at 718-518-4284 if you have questions about Hostos… Overview Eugenio María de Hostos Community College of the City University of New York is a 2-year institution located in Bronx, NY, in an urban setting. Tuition for CUNY Hostos Community College is on the rise, with tuition at $5208. Bronx: 560 Exterior St., Bronx, NY 10451 718.514.7534 | [email protected]H0721-01-SP20. Find out your chances at financial aid and the true cost of attendance, room, board and fees with Cappex… College Now is currently accepting applications via email only. Hostos employees are working remotely. View a graphical breakdown of the gender, age, and ethnicity of currently enrolled CUNY Hostos Community College students. +If you have not completed College Algebra (or the equivalent) prior to entering Guttman Community College, you must take MATH 120 and two (2) electives. Hostos utilizes a unique Student Success Coach program, which equips students with individualized guidance to cultivate academic success. N/A. The Admissions and Recruitment Office has transitioned to a remote work model. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS. ... Hostos Community College. CERTIFICATE PROGRAM Hostos Community College. View their 2020-21 profile to find tuition cost, acceptance rates, reviews and more. All eligible students must attend a meeting with the Program Coordinator and/or Co-Directors. 4,138 students are enrolled on a full time basis, and 3,193 attend part time. Adobe Acrobat Reader. ... Borough of Manhattan Community College The City University of New York 199 Chambers Street New York, NY 10007 Directions (212) 220-8000 Credits earned are those credits the student has actually earned towards the degree. Software Requirements: PC: Windows 8 or newer. SAT Composite 75th. Hostos employees are working remotely. High School GPA. 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The candidate must be a mother, at least 17 years of age, mother to minor children, registered in a non-profit academic institution, having a family income of less than US$20-28,000 per year depending on the number of family members. 3. Capture the Dream’s Scholarship for Single Mothers and Fathers Capture the Dream wants to ensure that rising tuition fees do not affect your education in any way. The Single Parent Scholarship awards each recipient $1,000. To be eligible, a single parent must live in the Bay Area of the United States, be registered in a non-profit certified college, and have a low-income family. 4. Emerge’s Scholarship for Single Moms and Other Women Emerge has awarded over $500,000 in academic scholarships to women since its inception in 2001. Its dedication to supporting women in obtaining education stems from its belief in the positive impact this would have on society. Emerge's founders understand that when women are educated, their children have a higher chance of being educated and making a difference in the world. The number of scholarships received and the amount each woman receives varies year by year. A few scholarships worth US$2,000-5,000 are expected to be awarded. Grants for Single Mothers Grants are typically categorized into Student-based, subject-based, degree-based, and minority-based grants are typically categorized into sortable categories. Below mentioned are the different types of Grants for Single mothers- Federal Grants- The Pell Grant, which is funded by the federal government, is the most common source of grant money. It provides free tuition assistance to single mothers (and others). You can then enter any college in the United States if you fulfill those requirements. Federal grants are a hugely valuable resource for a single mother. While the cost of a Pell Grant varies from year to year, the current maximum is $6,195. Undergraduate students have access to it ( Those who do not hold a bachelor's, master's, or professional degree) The Free Application for Federal Student Assistance (FAFSA) is the first step in the process of applying for federal aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA asks for detailed information about many factors like your family, Income, investments, and the number of members in your family. State Grants- In most cases, state financial assistance programs for single mothers are identical to those provided by the federal government. Here are some examples: New Mexico College Affordability, Grant Kansas Comprehensive Grants, and New York State Tuition Assistance Program (TAP). Colleges and Universities Grants- Grants are available from educational institutions as well. Some examples are- Minnesota State University- For single mothers, they offer two different financial assistance programs University of Wisconsin Illinois College of DuPage. What makes scholarships for Single Mothers unique? The number of single women in the United States is increasing. Their wage prices, on the other hand, are not. Young mothers who are on their own and have no backing face the greatest rates of poverty. Single mothers are typically between the ages of 29 and 44. Mothers who have never married are the youngest in this group. Widows are mostly older. Expenses, on the other hand, are a common concern. Conclusion Single mothers of all ages should improve their status through job training and education. Scholarships are one of the types of financial assistance that can help single mothers pay for their children's education. As a result, upward mobility and the hope of a better life for single mother is supported through Grants and Scholarships.

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