Renfro retires after 35 years at HCC

Apr 24, 2014 By Blondel Walters

After 35 years of service, Cindy Renfro, Southwest Developmental English professor and past SW Developmental Studies department chair, is saying farewell to Houston Community College.

Talented artist eyes gaming industry's top cover

Apr 23, 2014 By Chris Elliott

Twenty-year-old Houston Community College student Ampaipak Sanongkun “Mickey” has been honing her own style, which she hopes will become defined and recognized enough to decorate one of the covers of the biggest name in the game when it comes to JRPG titles – Final Fantasy.

“HCC Northeast March of Dimes Shoe Sale”

Apr 23, 2014 By HCC Northeast College

"HCC Northeast March of Dimes Shoe Sale"

Dr. Ceasar Maldonado named sole finalist for HCC Chancellor

Apr 22, 2014

On Monday, April 21, the HCC Board of Trustees announced that accomplished business leader and academician, Cesar Maldonado, Ph.D., P.E., PMP, was named the sole finalist to lead Houston Community College as its Chancellor.

HCC announces sole finalist, Dr. Cesar Maldonado, in Chancellor search

Apr 21, 2014

HCC Board of Trustees names Cesar Maldonado, Ph.D., P.E., PMP, as the sole finalist to lead Houston Community College as its Chancellor.

HCC’s Global Oil and Gas Drilling Training program wraps up its first classes

Apr 17, 2014

‌Houston Community College’s visionary program to train the next generation of entry-level roustabout workers is wrapping up its first round of classes.

Scarcella Center's butterflies are back

Apr 16, 2014

HCC Southwest’s Stafford Butterfly Garden, located in the Scarcella Center Atrium, is alive with colors in the spring with a variety of flowers and insects like the Tiger Swallowtail butterflies.

Juried Art Exhibitions

Apr 16, 2014

HCC Southwest will open its Spring 2014 Level I Juried Student Art Exhibition, from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, April 17 with a special awards ceremony and reception at the Fine Arts Center Gallery.

Beyond the Blackboard with Etta Smith

Apr 15, 2014

Professor Etta Smith believes that a person’s character is built through daily choices. She feels that it is important “to live life fully, to give wholeheartedly, and to use one’s gifts and talents to serve humanity.”

Students Take Part in National Volunteer Week

Apr 11, 2014

National Volunteer Week runs through Saturday, April 12, and it’s not too late to take action, discover opportunities to give back and make a difference in the community.

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