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Student Spotlight

"HCC's Multicultural Academic Services program has really made me feel comfortable transitioning from high school to college and getting me used to the campus and community."

– Zhane Catala, first-year student

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programs You have the passion. We have the program.

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Earn your associate degree and get to work or transfer to a four-year college.

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Explore certificate programs like accounting, electronic media, and sustainability studies.

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Register your child for an exciting summer program.


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degrees & certificates


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value experience the value of an hcc education.

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Many of our classes are offered online, which means college can happen on your schedule!

Flexibility & Balance

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HCC offers a multitude of support programs for students.

Professors Who Care

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You can go anywhere with an HCC education. Explore 85-plus transfer opportunities to four-year schools.

What's After HCC?

start for something, stop for nothing.

Earn Your G.E.D.

Get started on the road to education by earning your HiSET/GED.

Grow your career

Move ahead in your field with our professional development programs.

enrich your life

Learn a new hobby or skill.

news&events Keep up with everything going on at HCC.

A Shining Presence

HCC criminal justice major Adam Abdelrahman '19 of Springfield will be honored Friday, May 3, at the State House in Boston as one of the "29 Who Shine."

'Outstanding' Work

HCC's Center for Health Education received the Brian R. Johnson Outstanding Business Award for its commitment to a 'school-to-career' internship program in Southwick.

Soldiering On

"Ugly Lies the Bone," the HCC Theater Dept.'s Spring 2019 production, presents the story of an injured combat veteran – a woman – returning to a home she no longer knows.