HCC provides a range of academic support services to help our students succeed.
The Center for Academic Program Support (CAPS) provides free assistance to all HCC students through tutoring, writing, ESL, and math centers, study groups, ongoing study skills workshops, and more.
Experiential learning is the process of learning through reflection on doing.
The New Directions college success program serves students age 24 and older, parents, and veterans, including those who have been out of school for many years.
If you are a disabled or Deaf student, OSDDS will help you access needed accommodations and support services.
If you're coming to HCC from a local high school, you may qualify for MAS support services.
ALANA provides academic support, mentoring, and counseling to African American, Latino, Asian, and Native American men.