Hudson Valley Community College Campus MapMap of Hudson Valley Valley Community College Campus
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of Hudson Valley Community College's 120-acre campus. The Rensselaer Technology Park houses the Department of Cardiovascular and Emergency Medicine and class rooms for some non-credited classes. TEC SMART has more than a decade of state-of-the-art classroom and laboratory facilities and is home to the Clean Technologies & Sustainable Industries Early College High School (Clean Tech ECHS).
EOC is a department of Hudson Valley Community College that provides extensive, community-based academical and human resources programmes and assistance to legitimate adults at no charge. EOC Albany also hosts classes and activities.
Conferencing, events and meeting facilities
Bulmer Telecommunications Center is an excellent location for conventions and conventions. BTC has an audience with 215 seats, three conference rooms and a videoproduction with two studios. Every conference room contains its own independent audio-visual facilities and is part of the price of the room. Three adjoining conference rooms can be opened into one large conference room.
Outside the conference rooms, the most important lobbies are perfect for mornings, afternoons, standing ceremonies and company outings. There is also a large videowall available to welcome and publicise your conference. Edward F. McDonough Sports Complex is a sports, recreational and healthcare area.
Every year, more than 180,000 visitors come to the campus to participate in social and sporting activities such as large fairs, expositions and sports contests. Conway Ice Rink is situated in McDonough Sports Complex: Viking Videotechnologies pros - the full-service productions company of the Hochschule für Videofil- und Kommunikationstechnik - can help make your conference a great hit.
The Hudson Valley Community College
Hudson Valley Community College was established in 1953 and is a Rensselaer County sponsor and part of the State University of New York (SUNY) system. It is currently the second-biggest university in the capital region of the state of New York and looks after around 12,000 undergraduates per year. In spring 2008, after several month of discussions, the institute chose to commission our company to create a new 3-D perspectives grid map of their campus.