Alumni Banner

Upcoming Events

September 7, 2015

Labor Day

September 17, 2015

Murray State Transfer Day

Student Center-Joe's Place
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
September 18, 2015

An Acoustic Evening with Pam Tillis

Fine Arts Center
September 20, 2015

+1 Movement Live On Purpose

Henderson Fine Arts Center
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
September 26, 2015

Coal Mine Electrical Retraining

Herron Center - Morganfield, KY
7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Alumni

Welcome back to HCC.

Thank you for your continued support of Henderson Community College. We're extremely proud of the success of our alumni and their dedication to furthering the mission of this important educational and community resource.

Don't forget that the Career Services Office is for recent alumni as well as current students. Our staff can help you target your job search and polish your resume, all for free.

HCC is a lifetime educational resource. Check out our current Adult Education and Community Education classes in subjects as diverse as watercolor painting, ASSET test preparation, strength training, plumbing, and computing for seniors.

Learn what's new on campus, how you can benefit from career and adult education services, and how you can give back to HCC:

News

August 25, 2015

WEBSTER COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION DONATES TO WCK2C

Webster County Bar Association presented Webster County Kids 2 College with a donation for the WCK2C scholarship program.
August 25, 2015

THE RIVERBEND REVIEW IS SOLICITING SUBMISSIONS FOR ITS 2015 ISSUE.

The Riverbend Review: Art and Literary Magazine of HCC are accepting submissions in poetry, fiction, non-fiction, haiku, or art.
August 13, 2015

WEBSTER COUNTY KIDS 2 COLLEGE DONATION

United Community Bank of West Kentucky (UCB) presented the Webster County Kids to College (WCK2C) program with a donation of $25,000 to support WCK2C scholarships to students who meet criteria for the work ethic/scholarship program.
August 10, 2015

HENDERSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE LAUNCHES "BUILDSMART" INITIATIVE

Henderson Community College has embarked on a $1.25 million fundraising drive that, if successful, will yield a total of $5 million for a number of badly-needed campus improvements.