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March 30, 2020
Student Tips and ResourcesWe are here for you and will support you in any way that we can. We know there are many unknowns and uncertainties right now. As a college and community, we will get through this together and will continue to provide all of the resources and information we can to help you as a student.
March 25, 2020
COVID-19 UPDATESHenderson Community College (HCC) has made the decision to extend remote instruction through the end of the Spring 2020 semester. This includes final exams. Spring commencement has also been postponed to a later date to be announced.
March 23, 2020
With summer and fall registration starting this week, it is now time to sign-up for your academic advising and registration appointments.
March 12, 2020
Did you know?Kentucky's dual credit college tuition program – which allows students to start earning college credits while they are still in high school – is providing a path to college or work while saving Kentuckians millions of dollars. Last year alone, Kentucky families saved $18 million through dual credit scholarships, which are offered by the state.
March 12, 2020
SAFETY ANNOUNCEMENTWith Spring Break upon us, travel plans are in place and many are preparing for a much-needed break from classes. Before leaving on your spring break trip, KCTCS recommends travelers take the following steps to ensure their safety: • Monitor travel alerts daily. • Visit the CDC website for any travel alerts. • Read any alerts for travelers from the State Department. • Do not travel if you are sick.
March 5, 2020
8 WEEK CLASSES IMAGEWhile classes began on Monday, January 13th, at Henderson Community College (HCC), there are still plenty of opportunities for students to enroll this spring. There is a wide variety of courses to choose from including humanities courses such as Introduction to World Art and Ancient Through Medieval Art History, healthcare courses such as Nursing Assisting and Medical Terminology, business courses like Introduction to Business and Human Resource Management, as well as courses in communications, computer sciences, and music. These classes easily can fit the busy lifestyle of adult learners as they are offered in a variety of forms, including face-to-face during the day and in the evenings, as well as online. Additionally, these classes can transfer to universities. To talk to a college representative about course offerings, enrolling, financial aid, and more, please call 270-831-1867 or visit www.henderson.kctcs.edu. Henderson Community College Campus is located at 2660 S. Green Street in Henderson.
February 26, 2020
Helicopter picTalk with local healthcare employers about career and employment opportunities in the healthcare industry.
February 11, 2020
Angela and Kendra would be what we consider "non-traditional" students. Currently, Angela is a veterinary technician at Stanford Veterinary Hospital in Stanford, KY and Kendra works for Amazon in their Security department, where they each work 60-70 hours per week. They also live in Middleburg, KY, which is about 4 hours away from Henderson. So for them, online classes were the only way they were going to be able to attend school. Kendra said, "With our schedules and with no Agriculture classes being taught close by, we couldn't have gone to school if there weren't online classes offered."
February 11, 2020
CNA Program at HCCHave you always wanted a career in healthcare? HCC has you covered! Starting in March, we have two options for our Certified Nursing Assistant Program! With both a weekday and a weekend option, we have something for everyone! Questions? Contact Kim McGovern at 270-831-9734!
February 6, 2020
This method of online ordering will get us through this semester. For Summer classes, we will be able to have students come directly to the temporary bookstore location to buy books, as by this time we will have better functionality from that space. This method of online ordering will get us through this semester. For Summer classes, we will be able to have students come directly to the temporary bookstore location to buy books, as by this time we will have better functionality from that space.
 
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