Houston Community College (HCC) will soon have a bigger presence in the world-renowned Texas Medical Center. Members of the medical and local communities saw plans for the new Coleman Healthcare Educational Facility during a town hall meeting.
An Andre Hermann photography class at Houston Community College could definitely be considered outside of the box. He encourages failure due to experimentation as an engine for growth. He likes to see learning photographers get out of their comfort zones, and he doesn’t shy away from one-on-one interaction when teaching in the field.
RPC Global Owner Abe Gonzalez has a massive assembly line of sorts operating in an 11,500 square-foot warehouse on the Southwest side of Houston. Employees take in unwanted computers, dismantle them, scan them for inventory, wipe the hard drives, and recycle the rest.
Campers have rocketed into the world of science this summer and have learned the principles of science, technology, engineering and math.
The Korean War is often referred to as "The Forgotten War." Dr. Jesus Esparza is looking to change that.
The Center for Digital Storytelling held the workshop for district employees at the Central Campus. HCC staffers were trained on writing, editing, recording and adding photos and videos to a piece to create a digital story.
Graduates of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program at HCC outperform U.S. small businesses in revenue growth and job creation
In a new report from Babson College, Small Business owners who have completed the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program grow their revenue and create jobs at rates that outperform the broader economy.
Houston Community College is partnering with PrintMatters Houston to host Impressions 2015.The West Loop Campus installment is one showing out of 25 of the most prestigious museums and galleries spanning from Houston to Galveston, including the Museum of Fine Arts. It showcases some of the most noted print artists in the Gulf Coast area.
We highlight six students who have achieved their goals and continue to follow their dreams.
The exemption change should impact over 87,000 homeowners in the College’s taxing district. Approximately 45,000 homeowners in this group will now be completely exempt from payment of taxes to HCC, and the remaining households will save an additional amount of $32 per year, on average.