Classes may be cancelled due to inclement weather. When students perceive that bad weather conditions may cause the college to close or be on a delayed opening, students should do one or more of the following to check the current status:
Your instructor(s) will notify you of work/class time to be completed for any cancelled classes. If your class is held at Henderson County High School, your class will follow the high school weather closure schedule. If your class is held at the HCC Herron Center in Morganfield, the class will follow the college's weather closure schedule.
PLEASE NOTE: If a storm develops during the day, college administration will determine actions to be taken and will advise the College community. During periods of closure or delays, snow and ice removal operations will proceed using Maintenance & Operations (M&O) personnel, volunteers, and contractors when necessary. When the college is closed or on a delayed opening, it is important that other staff and students not come to campus before the announced opening time to allow the campus to be prepared for traffic.
During threatening weather, weather radios on campus will be monitored.
Administration Building: Basement hallway
Arts and Sciences Building: First floor hallway between lobby areas
Academic Technical Building: First floor lobby area near elevators. Avoid windows in main hallway.
Library: First floor interior hallway
Student Center: Basement hallway or restrooms
Sullivan Technology Center: First floor inner hallway
Fine Arts Center: Orchestra pit or hallway in backstage area
Industrial and Engineering Technology Building: Interior hallway in rear of the building
Herron Center: Interior hallways near Adult Ed and Child Care