Jan Lukas Baur Vidal is a man on a mission. The 21-year-old HCC Southwest College student is making all the right moves toward his dream of a career in cybersecurity.
Faculty, staff and students from all HCC campuses are invited to attend a panel discussion on student homelessness 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Thursday, February 21, in Room 101 of HCC Central's Learning Hub Science Bldg., 1300 Holman St., in Houston's Midtown area.
The HCC Foundation presented a check in the amount of $342,210 for Retention Completion Scholarships to Houston Community College at the HCC Board of Trustees meeting held on February 6.
It’s not uncommon for a child to want to grow up and become an astronaut. It’s an admirable and romanticized goal to have that desire to “slip the surly bonds of earth” and fly into space, but it takes more than desire. There’s a lot of study and discipline that goes into that profession, as well as any of the many careers associated with space exploration.
Pending approval from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), HCC plans to close the Pinemont Campus when the current lease expires in August 2019. Appropriate plans are being put in place to ensure a smooth transition for the community, students, faculty and staff.
HCC Central will soon help students, faculty and staff produce digital assignments that will enhance the learning process through its One Button Studio, a simplified video recording space that can be used without any previous production knowledge.
The Music Entertainment Student Association is honoring the late Dr. Aubrey Tucker, their long time mentor, with a Tribute Concert, which includes dinner and entertainment.
The HCC Chapter of the Mu Alpha Theta Mathematics Honor society is pleased to announce the induction of six new students into the Honor Society during the Fall of 2018 semester. In addition, congratulations to Eliu Perez, Jr. and Benjamin Ilboudo for their election as president and vice president, respectively.
HCC Financial Coaches and The Houston Food Bank's Food For Change Initiative has joined forces for a pilot program that offered 1,000 students food scholarships.
The Houston Community College Board of Trustees has elected Trustee Carolyn Evans-Shabazz as its chair for the second consecutive year.