Events for Wednesday, Apr 03, 2019

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Lancaster Campus, Self Care as a Way to Manage Stress

Do you want to learn some healthy ways to take care of yourself during times of high stress?  Then this seminar is for you!  Karen Polite, Professor of Human Services at HACC for 16 years, will lead a discussion on Stress Management.  While there enjoy free massages, manicures and light refreshments.  Sponsored by Student Development & Multicultural Programming, Student Programming Board and Academic Affairs.

For more information or to get involved, please stop in the Student Development Department located in Main Building, Room 105, or call 717-358-2858.

Rad Tech Information Session - Lancaster Campus

Required information session for students who are planning to apply for admission to the Radiologic Technology Program for the Spring 2020 clinical phase (preclinical classes starting Fall 2019). This information session is also great for students wishing to learn more about the program who are not ready to apply. In each session, you will meet and connect with program faculty who will discuss the application process, give you details about the program, and describe what you can expect as a clinical student. Each session will end with some Q&A with program faculty. Plan for approximately 75 minutes.


Send your RSVP to and include your name, HACCID, phone number, email address & the date and time you plan to attend.

Gettysburg Campus: Achieving Success Series


Achieving Success Series

April 3, 11:30 a.m.–12:45 p.m., Robert C. Hoffman Community Room, HACC’s Gettysburg Campus


This series tells the story of a professional’s journey to achieving success in both career and in life. Joanne Carroll will share her inspiring story of fighting for the rights of the LGBTQ community. A 20 veteran of the U.S. Air Force, 20 years serving in the Hospitality industry, president of TransCentralPA and political advocate for the rights of the LGBTQ community, Joanne will share her struggles and triumphs to success. Contact Howard Alexander for more information at

Domestic Violence, Degradation & Humiliation, Harrisburg Campus

This workshop/group is based on chapters from Nan Silver, renowned Clinical Psychologist and John Gottman’s Relationship Researcher’s Book “Seven Principles to making Marriage Work”

Participants will have an opportunity to explore the skills needed to cultivate a solid intimate relationship when they develop one or in the one that currently exist. You do not need to be in a relationship to learn how to build a healthy one. All are Welcome!

  • Feb. 6 Session I. Emotional Connections

  • Feb. 13 Session II. Satisfaction & Romance (Valentine’s Day is tomorrow)

  • Feb. 20 Session III. Stress Emotional Disengagement, Chaos & Control

  • Feb. 27 Session IV. Emotional or Sexual Affairs, Trust & Commitment

  • March 13 Session V. Basic Values & Goals, Shared Meaning & Roles

  • March 20 Session VI. Jealousy

  • March 27 Session VII. Financial Issues

  • April 3 Session VIII. Domestic Violence, Degradation & Humiliation

  • April 10 Session IX. Children

  • April 17 Session X. Spirituality & Religion

  • April 24 Session XI. Have Fun Together


RSVP preferred due to space limitation. Please include your name, HACCid and the workshop, date/time you plan to attend. Please use this link. To sign up. If faculty are interested in bringing a class, please email or call 212422. Email –


Lancaster Campus, Vote! Student Government Association Election Week

Come Vote for your Student Government Officers. Make your voice heard!

For more information or to get involved, please stop by the Student Development Department located in Main Building, Room 105 or call 717-358-2858.