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Henderson Community College is your college.

Henderson Community College is a tremendous educational resource for the whole community, not just college students.

Sign up for our Adult Education programs to earn a GED, build essential job skills, prepare for placement testing, and a get a fresh start on a new, more fulfilling career.

Students of all ages can register for Community Education classes to launch a new hobby, stay in shape, learn new computer software, and brush up on professional skills.

If you own a local business, HCC instructors can come to your office or manufacturing facility to train your employees in advanced job skills like industrial maintenance technology, Lean Simulations, and ISO standards.

For entertainment opportunities browse the Events area of Henderson's Preston Arts Center to see what acts are performing this year.

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SACSCOC Compliance Report

HCC s compliance report has been submitted to SACSCOC and is now available for review by the public. To access the report please go to and click on Reaffirmation of Accreditation located in the gray toolbar on the top left of the screen. This will bring you to the Compliance Report tab. You may click on the number for each section to review HCC s response to that section. The supporting documentation items are not available without a user id and password. If you feel you need access to the supporting documentation please submit your request to Dr. Reneau Waggoner.



March 15, 2018


If you received a Pell Grant for fall and/or spring you may be eligible for additional grant funds for the summer term. Students with a remaining portion from fall or spring (not enrolled full-time in both terms) will receive the grant at all enrollment levels. The grant can be received for one or more classes. If you have exhausted your eligibility (full-time for both fall and spring), you must be enrolled at least half-time (6 credit hours) to receive the grant. Students must also meet Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standards, and be taking classes that count towards their program of study.
March 14, 2018


Anyone interested in information about the Medical Laboratory Technician program is invited to attend either of these meetings with the MLT Program Coordinator. Program requirements, job availability, income potential, and future opportunities for growth and continuing education will be discussed.
February 28, 2018


Community Resource Fair is scheduled Tuesday, March 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Student Center (SCR). Stop in the SCR and visit the various agencies, grab a slice of pizza, and bottled water. You'll want to register for door prize drawings too!