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Statement from HCC Board Chair

Jul 13, 2017

We are proud to be part of this important institution in Houston, which plays a critical role in helping to educate and change the lives of more than 100,000 people each year. Yet, with all of our many successes, we are also impacted when our college is harmed by those entrusted to lead and protect it.

Early College High Schools at HCC earn national, state recognition

Jul 13, 2017

For many students, the best time to attend college is while they are still in high school. With that as a directive, HCC, in collaboration with Alief ISD and Houston ISD, provides services to seven ECHS campuses.

HCC receives Upward Bound grant, continues legacy of preparing high school students for college success

Jul 11, 2017

Lifetime earning potential, improvement to quality of life and long-term community economic impact. These are just a few of the reasons HCC is committed to helping area students graduate high school and earn advanced degrees and certifications.

HCC Apple Swift summer camp begins

Jun 21, 2017

A select group of middle and high school students from Houston, Stafford and Fort Bend school districts are among the first to benefit from the new HCC-Apple collaboration that features the Swift Curriculum.

Texas officers prepare to enforce texting ban

Jun 20, 2017

The Houston Chronicle reports law enforcement are preparing to enforce a law that will go into effect on September 1, which will "effectively ban drivers from texting while a vehicle is in motion but allow them to read or text messages if the vehicle is stopped at, for instance, a stop light.”

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HCC Central celebrates Cinco de Mayo

May 7, 2015

Food, festivities and fun made it an enjoyable afternoon for students.