A new look for the HACC Foundation’s website was developed by students in the HACC Capstone Web Program. Linnie S. Carter, Ph.D., APR, vice president of college advancement at HACC and executive director of the HACC Foundation, left, and John J. “Ski” Sygielski, Ed.D., HACC president, right, joined developers Nate Richardson, Kendra Yoder, Ray Fisher after the presentation of the capstone project.
New Look for the HACC Foundation Unveiled
24 Students Graduate from the Nursing Program at HACC’s Gettysburg Campus
Front row: Kristie Myers, Valerie Rollins, Ellie Maneval, Paige Clutter, Candice Brown, Kristina Eckert
Row 2: Penny Smith, Kristen Moran, Sara Stremmel, Laura Stafford, Heather Shoemaker, Tanya Felix, Erika Reindollar, Kristine Daniels
Row 3: Jaclyn Keller, Crystal Anthraper, Tanya Zupanchick, Ryan Gutshall, David Smith, Petra Hayden-Wisnewski, Laurel Bollinger, Amber Mahon
Adams County Resident Joins HACC Foundation Board
Melissa “Missy” Shupe of Aspers, Adams County, is the newest member of the HACC Foundation Board.
HACC Graduate Lisa Newcomer Overcomes Obstacles to Follow Her Dream
Lisa Newcomer, 29, of Mechanicsburg walked across the stage at HACC’s Commencement ceremony today with two reasons to celebrate. In addition to receiving her associate degree in social services, Newcomer also marked today as the day she met her daughter for the first time since going through with an adoption.
HACC Honors Cesare “Che” Puglisi With Posthumous Degree
HACC honored Cesare “Che” Puglisi of Marietta with a posthumous degree at HACC's Commencement on May 16, 2015. Puglisi, who passed away in a car accident in January 2015, was a student in HACC’s Diagnostic Medical Sonography program. His sister, Maria Puglisi, accepted the degree on behalf of her brother.
She Said, “Yes!” HACC Student Proposes During Commencement Ceremony
Santos Robles of Lebanon made his graduation extra special today at HACC’s Commencement ceremony when he proposed to his girlfriend, Bobbie Ortiz of Lebanon.
HACC’s Lancaster Campus Celebrates Grand Re-Opening
Thanks to the HACC Foundation, all future students who attended the event were invited to enter a drawing to win a $500 tuition giveaway – money that can be used for their HACC tuition and fees during the summer or fall 2015 terms. Erin Hollis of Lancaster was the winner of the $500 tuition giveaway. Pictured from left to right are Victor Ramos, MBA, vice president, Lancaster and Lebanon campuses; Hollis; and Hemingway, the HACC Hawk.
John J. "Ski" Sygielski, Ed.D.
John J. "Ski" Sygielski, Ed.D., is president of HACC, Central Pennsylvania's Community College.
Adams County Artist’s Work Showcased at HACC’s Gettysburg Campus
“Reina I” is among the artwork by Jill Rakowicz on display through June 4, 2015, in the main gallery hallway of HACC’s Gettysburg Campus.