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  • Apr
    21
    2020

    Today, Connect Community, a local non-profit organization, launched the Sewn Goods Collaborative to protect our public workers, local businesses, and residents during the COVID-19 crisis. This collaborative was launched in tandem with Houston Community College, Houston Furniture Bank, and several small-batch manufacturers, non-profits and local sewists to create a partnership to better serve the Greater Houston community.

  • Apr
    14
    2020

    The HCC Foundation (HCCF) is raising funds to provide emergency relief to Houston Community College (HCC) students who are struggling with unexpected expenses as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Support ranges from helping students meet urgent basic needs (such as food, housing, and utilities) to covering the cost of internet access and/or devices so students can continue their studies via remote learning.

  • Apr
    8
    2020

    Houston Community College announced that San Jacinto College, University of Houston at Sugar Land, Fort Bend County Judge’s Office, TX/RX Labs, Alief ISD and Houston ISD have joined efforts to help address personal protective equipment shortages for local area medical professionals and first responders in the fight against COVID-19. The collaborative effort – known as H-Force – will be a comprehensive community partnership platform bringing together members’ resources, technologies a

  • Apr
    7
    2020

    A leader, a college student, the president of the HCC student government association (SGA), the vice president of the United Student Council (USC), and a friend, son, and brother — Corey Glover excels on every level.

  • Apr
    7
    2020

    According to a statement from S&P, the rating affirmation was based primarily on HCC’s strong liquidity position, manageable debt, diverse revenue base and experienced management team. The rating affirmation is particularly notable since it comes in the midst of growing economic uncertainty and an increasing focus by the rating agencies on the ability of the local government and higher education sectors to weather the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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