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Registration

Before Registration

New Students Must First Be Admitted

New students must complete an application and assessment before registering. For better service, students registering on campus should register at the College they will attend.

Readmission

Students who have not enrolled for two or more consecutive regular semesters (fall, spring) must complete the core residency questions and satisfy all the applicable requirements to establish residency again prior to registration.

Readmission After Suspension/Academic Withdrawal

Students seeking readmission after being placed on Enforced Academic Withdrawal at HCC must petition the Academic Dean at the College they will attend. Students may be required to enroll in courses specified by the Academic Dean and/or have their course load limited.

Designated Registration Payment Sites

Alief Campus (SW)

2811 Hayes Rd. 77082

Central (CE)

1300 Holman 77004

Southeast Campus (SE)

6815 Rustic 77087

Gulfton (SW) - Intensive English Only

5407 Gulfton 77081

713.718.6870

713.718.6000

713.718.7000/7100

713.718.7750

For registration hours, call campus at 713.718.7760.

Missouri City Campus (SW)

5855 Sienna Spring Way 77459

Northeast Campus (NE)

555 Community College Dr. 77013

Northline Campus

8001 Fulton 77022

Pinemont Center (NE)

1265 Pinemont 77018

Stafford Campus (SW)

10041 Cash Rd., Stafford 77477

Spring Branch Campus (NW)

1010 W. Sam Houston Pkwy. N. 77043

Katy Campus (NW)

1550 Foxlake Drive 77084

West Loop Center (SW)

5601 West Loop South 77081

Willie Lee Gay Campus (CE)

1990 Airport Blvd. 77057

713.718.2906

713.718.8325

713.718.8088

713.718.8425

713.718.7800

713.718.5700

713.718.5757

713.718.7868

713.718.6634

Go online@hccs.edu to see additional classes that are available

Payment Information

Payment is due at the time of registration. Registration is not complete until fees are paid. Tuition bills are not mailed. Failure to pay the charges by the deadline will cause the student to be dropped and lose their place in class. Students are responsible for paying additional tuition if they add a class after original charges have been paid. Students will also be dropped for failure to pay the additional tuition and fees if financial aid, scholarship, billings etc. do not cover all charges. To avoid losing your place in class, be sure to pay either at a designated registration site or online the day you register.

Fall 2009 Registration

Online Registration/Payment

Traditional - 16 Week Term Second Start - 12 Week Term Holiday - Mini Term

May 4 - January 21 May 4 - February 17 May 4 - May 18

On-Site Registration/Payment

Traditional - 16 Week Term Second Start - 12 Week Term Holiday - Mini Term

August 10 - August 25 August 10 - September 22 August 10 - December xx

Registration/Payment Hours - August 10 - 25

Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, January 10 and 17, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Registration for Continuing Education/Payment

Dates - May - Aug. (Check with individual registration site for hours.)

Fall 2009 Payment

Payment is now due at the time of registration.

Students will be dropped and lose their place in class if payment is not recrived.

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Calendar

Fall 2009

Traditional 16-Week Term

Online Registration Begins - Payment Due at

Time of Registration*

Application Deadline for International Students Outside the U.S

May 4

July 15

Last Day for Administrative/Student Withdrawals - 4:30 pm

No Night Classes beforeThanksgiving

Offices Closed -Thanksgiving Holiday

November 19

November 25

November 26-27

On Campus Registration Begins

August 10

Veteran’s Advanced-Pay Application Deadline for

 

Application Deadline for International

Spring Session

December

1

Transfer Students

August

20

Instruction Ends

December

6

Offices Closed - Labor Day Holiday

September 7

Final Examinations

December

7-13

Last Day for 100% Refund

August

21

Semester Ends

December

13

Classes Begin - Drop/Add/Swap Fee ($15.00) Begins

August

22

 

Grades Due by - 12:00 Noon

December

14

70% Refund

August 22 - September 8

Grades Available to Students

December

18

Registration Ends

August

25

Offices Closed - Holiday Break

December

21 - January 1

Last Day for Drop/Add/Swap

August

28

(After this date students can only drop in-person or by letter see p. 12)

Holiday Mini-Term

Official Date of Record**

September 4

Online Registration Begins - Payment Due at

 

25% Refund

September 9 - 14

Time of Registration*

May 4

Application Deadline for Fall Federal Student Loans

October 1

Application Deadline for International

Priority Deadline for Fall Completion of

Students Outside the U.S

July 15

Degrees or Certificates

October

15

On Campus Registration Begins

August 10

Last Day for Administrative/Student Withdrawals - 4:30

November 12

Application Deadline for International Transfer Students

August

20

No Night Classes beforeThanksgiving

November 25

Last Day for 100% Refund

December 11

Offices Closed -Thanksgiving Holiday

November 26 - 27

Classes Begin - Drop/Add/Swap Fee ($15.00) Begins December 14

Veteran’s Advanced-Pay Application Deadline for

December

 

Registration Ends

December

14

Spring Session

1

Last Day for Drop/Add/Swap

December

14

Instruction Ends

December

6

Last Day for 70% Refund

December 14 - December 17

Final Examinations

December

7 - 13

Official Date of Record**

December

16

Semester Ends

December

13

Last Day for 25% Refund

December

18

Grades Due by - 12:00 Noon

December

14

Offices Closed - Holiday Break

December

25

Grades Available to Students

December

18

Last Day for Administrative/Student

Offices Closed - Holiday Break

December

21 - January 1

Withdrawals - 12:00 Noon

December

30

 

Holiday

January 1

Second-Start 12-Week Term

Instruction Ends

January 5

Online Registration Begins - Payment Due at

Final Examinations

January 6

Time of Registration*

May

4

Grades Due by - 12:00 Noon

January 11

Application Deadline for International Students Outside the U.S

July 15

Grades Available to Students

January 15

On Campus Registration Begins

August 10

 

Application Deadline for International Transfer Students

August

20

* Online assistance available in computer labs for students

Offices Closed - Labor Day Holiday

September 7

without access to computer.

Last Day for 100% Refund

Classes Begin - Drop/Add/Swap Fee ($15.00) Begins September 19

70% Refund Registration Ends Last Day for Drop/Add/Swap

Official Date of Record** 25% Refund

Priority Deadline for Fall Completion of Degrees or Certificates

Application Deadline for Fall Federal Student Loans

September 18

September 19 - October 2 September 22 September 22

September 29 October 3 - October 6

October 15

April 15

**Last day to drop with no record on transcript.

Fall Final Exam Schedules

Fall Final Exam Schedules

NOTE: The final examination schedule must be strictly observed. No deviations from the printed schedule are permitted.

Final exams for students will be given at the normal class hour on the meeting date below.

Monday, December 7

For classes which start between:

7:00 a.m. — 7:30 a.m.

7:00 a.m.

9:00 a.m. — 9:30 am

9:00 a.m.

11:00 a.m. — 11:30 pm

11:00 a.m.

1:00 p.m. — 1:30 pm

1:00 p.m.

3:00 p.m. — 3:30 pm

3:00 p.m.

5:00 p.m. — 5:30 pm

5:30 p.m.

8:00 p.m. — 8:30 pm

8:00 p.m.

Tuesday, December 8

For classes which start between:

7:00 a.m. — 7:30 a.m.

7:00 a.m.

9:00 a.m. — 9:30 am

9:00 a.m.

11:00 a.m. — 11:30 pm

11:00 a.m.

1:00 p.m. — 1:30 pm

1:00 p.m.

3:00 p.m. — 3:30 pm

3:00 p.m.

5:00 p.m. — 5:30 pm

5:30 p.m.

8:00 p.m. — 8:30 pm

8:00 p.m.

Wednesday, December 9

For classes which start between :

8:00 am — 8:30 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

10:00 am — 10:30 a.m.

10:00 a.m.

12:00 am — 12:30 p.m.

12:00 p.m.

2:00 pm — 2:30 p.m.

2:00 p.m.

4:00 pm — 4:30 p.m.

4:00 p.m.

6:00 pm — 6:30 p.m.

6:30 p.m

7:00 pm — 7:30 p.m.

7:30 p.m.

Go online@hccs.edu to see additional classes that are available

Thursday, December 10

For classes which start between:

8:00 am — 8:30 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

10:00 am — 10:30 a.m.

10:00 a.m.

12:00 am — 12:30 p.m.

12:00 p.m.

2:00 pm — 2:30 p.m.

2:00 p.m.

4:00 pm — 4:30 p.m.

4:00 p.m.

6:00 pm — 6:30 p.m.

6:30 p.m

7:00 pm — 7:30 p.m.

7:30 p.m.

Classes which meet only once per week (Dec. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13) will take exams at the regular class time. (this includes weekend classes)

Exam Schedules for Distance Education go to:

distance.hccs.edu

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Admissions

Admissions

Admission Steps

• Apply now – Select a program/career cluster (An early start ensures you have plenty of time to visit with an advisor and plan your course schedule)

Submit an application for admission at www.hccs. edu or at any Admissions Center. Students may also complete theTexas Common Application for 2 year schools at www.applytexas.org, but should allow extra processing time before registering.

• Apply for financial aid – (Even though you think you might not qualify, this will help determine what resources might be available) Complete the free FAFSA on line at www.fafsa.ed.gov

• Send official transcripts – (Transcripts are needed to determine placement and prerequisite requirements) Send official transcripts of all previously attended colleges/universities to

Office of Admissions & Records P.O. Box 667517 Houston, Texas 77266-75117

• Assessment -– (Exam results are used to determine placement in reading, writing and math courses) Submit current ACT, SAT, or assessment scores or take the required placement exams at one of the college testing centers.

• Advisement – (Students will receive information about orientation, programs & classes) Meeting with an HCC counselor is critical to determine testing needs, prerequisite eligibility and career and program choices.

Admission Requirements

The Houston Community College has an “open door” admission policy, which means it accepts all applicants who can be expected to benefit from its programs.

With limited exceptions, a student must be a high school graduate or have a GED. Nongraduates who are at least 18 years old may be admitted on individual approval provided it is determined through assessment that they have the ability to benefit from their program. Nongraduates who are under 18 must follow the special admission policies.

Admission to HCC does not guarantee admission to all programs. Based upon their assessment results and program objectives, students may be admitted conditionally, required to take developmental courses, and/or restricted from certain programs and courses. Refer to the catalog for complete admission policies.

High School Students Admissions

Currently enrolled high school or home-schooled students who have completed their sophomore year may enroll for a maximum of two HCC courses each semester. In general, students must have a ‘B’ average, satisfy the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) requirements, and not require remediation in the subject area in which they are enrolling. Students must furnish a high school transcript, TSI scores (or documentation for exemption from TSI requirements), and approval from their high school. Students must maintain a C average to continue taking courses at HCC while still attending high school.

Dual Credit Classes

Houston Community College also offers Dual Credit courses for high school students. For more information, students should contact any HCC counselor. State and institutional requirements apply.

Special Admission

Students who have not completed their sophomore year in high school may petition for admission. Students must present evidence of their ability to benefit from college classes. Requirements include an application, a letter of interest from the student, a letter of approval from the high school principal, high school transcripts, three letters of recommendation, test scores from an approved assessment, and an interview. Interested students should contact the appropriate Instructional dean at the college one month prior to start of classes.

International Students

HCC considers a student on any kind of visa other than

a permanent resident Visa (I-551) to be an international student. Perspective students on any other type of

visa, except tourist visa, may enroll at HCC provided it

is a visa approved by the United State Citizenship and

Immigration Services (USCIS). The student should call the college of choice for admission instructions and meet the published application deadline

F, M visas International Students

International students who wish to study in the U.S. with an F-1 or M-1 status must obtain a SEVIS I-20 Form from Houston Community College (HCC). HCC has been authorized by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to issue the SEVIS I-20 Form required to obtain an F-1 and M-1 student visa status. However, before the SEVIS I-20 Form can be issued, the DHS requires all applicants to provide certain documentation and information to the college issuing the SEVIS I-20 Form. To apply, please go to the HCC website at www. hccs.edu, click on future students, then international students and follow the outlined application guidelines.

Admissions

An international student under the age of 18 who wishes admission to HCC must provide documentation to prove that he/she has achieved the equivalency of a U.S. high school diploma in his/her country by completing a transcript evaluation.

F-1 and M-1 international student must adhere to the DHS regulation governing students while studying inside the U.S. to maintain their student status. HCC officials are required to report to DHS all changes pertaining to F-1 and M-1 students

B Visa Holders

A

prospective student holding B-visa (visiting status)

is

not eligible to attend HCC. The student must provide

proof that he/she has been reclassified to eligible status by DHS to attend school.

Office of International Student Services (OISS) can provide guidance if the student is interested in applying with DHS for a change of non-immigrant status to F-1 status.

Establishing Residency

HCC is required by state law to determine the residency status of all students for tuition purposes. All new students must provide the institution with a completed set of core residency questions and substantiating documentation to affirm their residence. Students who have not enrolled for two or more consecutive regular semesters (Fall & Spring) must complete the residency core questions and satisfy all applicable requirements to establish residency. Additional documentation may be requested at any time following registration.

Residency is determined at the time of registration, either by a student’s current address or by the address of a parent or legal guardian if the student is being claimed or is eligible to be claimed as a dependent for federal income tax purposes. A post office box can be used for a mailing address but cannot be used to establish residency. It is the responsibility

of the student to register under the correct residency

classification. A complete set of rules and regulations

for determining residency is available at each Admissions Office.

For tuition purposes, student will be classified according

to the following guidelines. The Registrar is the final

authority on all questions of residency.

Go online@hccs.edu to see additional classes that are available

Basic Residency Reqirements

For tuition purposes, according to Texas Education Code 54.075 and Texas Higher Educational Coordinating Board Rules 21.727, all students must submit a completed set of core residency questions. These questions will be used by the institution to determine if the person is a resident for tuition purposes.

The following persons shall be classified as Texas Residents and entitled to pay resident tuition at all institutions of higher education.

• A person who was enrolled at aTexas public institution during a fall or spring semester within the previous twelve months and was classified as aTexas resident for tuition purposes.

• A person who (a) graduated from a public or private high school in this state or as an alternative to high school graduation received the equivalent of a high school diploma in this state, AND (b) maintained a residence continuously in this state for the 36 months immediately preceding the date of graduation or receipt of the diploma equivalent as applicable and the 12 months preceding the census date of the academic semester in which the person enrolls.

• A person or a dependent whose parent established a domicile in this state not less than 12 months before the census date of the academic semester in which the student enrolls in an institution and maintained a residence continuously in the state for the 12 months immediately preceding the census date of the academic semester in which the person enrolls in an institution.

Additional Requirements for Non-U.S. Citizen Students

A non-U.S. citizen who is living in the U.S. under

permanent resident status, an appropriate visa, or who has filed an I-485 application for permanent residency and has been issued a fee/filing receipt or notice of action has the same privilege or qualifying for resident status, for tuition purposes, as a U.S, citizen. Anyone permitted by Congress to adopt the United States as

their domicile while living in this country is afforded the same privilege as citizens and permanent residents to establish Texas residency for tuition purposes. A list

of visas eligible for establishing domicile is available at

each college center.

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Admissions

Undocumented Students

Undocumented students who do not qualify for resident tuition under the Basic Residency Requirements are eligible for admission to HCC according to the following guidelines. All other undocumented students may be admitted but will be charged out-of-state tuition.

• Those who have resided within the taxing district (school districts of Houston and Stafford, and the city of Missouri City) for one year immediately preceding registration and who attended or graduated from an in-state middle school or high school qualify for in- district tuition and fees.

• Those who have resided within the state ofTexas for one year immediately preceding registration and who attended or graduated from an in-state middle school or high school qualify for out-of-district tuition and fees.

Documentation of residency and proof of school attendance must be submitted.

In-District Residency

Students who have met the basic Texas residency requirements and live in the HCC district (Alief, Houston ISD, Stafford MSD, and part of Missouri City).

• Students who have a street address in the district. Post office boxes and dormitory addresses cannot be used.

Out-of-District Residency

• Students who have met the basisTexas residency requirements and live outside the HCC district (Alief, Houston ISD, Stafford MSD, and part of Missouri City).

Out-of-State Residency

• A student who has not resided in Texas for 12 months immediately preceding registration.

• A non-resident student classification is presumed to be correct as long as the residence in the state is primarily used for the purpose of attending school. To be reclassified as a resident (after one or more years of residency), the student must show proof of intent to establishTexas as his/her permanent legal residence.

A non-resident who marries a Texas resident must establish his/her own residency.

Change of Address/Name

Forms are available at each campus for students who need to change their name or address. NOTE: If your permanent address change results in a new residency status, you must file a petition for residency change (with documentation) before your qualify for the new residency rate. A change in the mailing address does not change residency status.

Penalties

Any student who provides false information or who withholds information for proper determination of residency is subject to any or all of the following penalties: 1) Withdrawal from all classes with no refund; 2) Dismissal from the College; 3) Payment of the difference in fees within 30 days; 4) Loss of credit earned while under incorrect residency status.

Former Students

All former students are required to verify residency status for tuition purposes each semester. Students who do not update residency status are subject to the penalties listed above for new students. HCC has the right to require proof of residency for any student at any time during their enrollment.

Admissions

Admission Assistance

Students with Disabilities

The Disability Support Services Office assists students with documented physical, learning, or emotional disabilities in developing independence and self- reliance. Services include adaptive equipment and reasonable accommodations for admissions assistance, testing, academic advising registration, and classroom instruction. Interpreting service is provided for students who are deaf/hard of hearing and assistive technology devices are provided on a case-by-case basis.

We strongly recommend that hearing impaired students select courses during the 10 week summer session and the 16 week fall and spring sessions in order to enhance the student’s success. Students should request Interpreter services no less than 30 days prior to each academic semester they plan to attend HCC. The Disability Services Office cannot guarantee that services will be in place if insufficient student notice is provided.

Houston Community College is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504). Students with special needs or disabilities, which may affect their ability to succeed in college classes or participate in college programs/activities, should contact the Disabilities Support Services (DSS) Counselor located at each college.

Modified Testing Accommodations

Modified testing accommodations are available to

students who are unable to take a placement test under standard conditions because of a verified disability. The student must request the accommodations by contacting

a DSS counselor and providing documentation supporting

a qualifying disability. Academic accommodations are

provided only after a student has properly registered for

services through a DSS counselor. The counselor must be

contacted a minimum of 10 working days prior to testing.

It is recommended that the student start this process at least 60 days in advance of registration dates.

Go online@hccs.edu to see additional classes that are available

Disability Support Services

Central

John Reno

713.718.6164

Martha Scribner

713.718.6166

TTY*Fax

713.718.6179

Video Relay Service,Toll Free:

866.327.8877

Videophone

713.718.6166

John London, ADATechnician Phone:

713.718.6629

Andrea Hernandez, Supervisor of Interpreter Services

713.718.6333

Fax:

713.718.6179

(Interpreter Services System Wide)

Coleman College for Health Sciences

Dr. Raj Gupta

713.718.7631

Fax

713.718.7664

Northeast

Kim Ingram

713.718.8420

Fax:

713.718.8060

Northwest

Spring Branch Campus

713.718.5422

Fax:

713.718.5430

Southeast

Jette (Yetta) E. Fris

713.718.7218

Fax:

713.718.7223

Southwest

Dr. Becky A. Hauri

713.718.7909

Fax:

713.718.7781

System

Donna Price, M.Ed.

713.718.5165

Fax

713.718.8660

Deaf and Hard of Hearing may reach offices through Relay Texas 1.800.735.2989.

 

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New Students/Orientation

New Students/Orientation

New students must complete an online Application for Admission see page 4. New students are encouraged to apply EARLY to ensure enough time for testing, advisement and course selection.

Every first-time college or transfer student with less than 15 semester hours who is enrolling in HCC credit courses should complete an orientation session at one of the campuses listed below. This will explain degree programs, how to enroll, apply for financial aid and other useful procedures.

Contact the College Student Success Center at any

of the locations below.

Central

Central Campus

Rm. 117 SJAC Building, 713.718.6231

Coleman College for Health Sciences

Health Science Center

713.718.6518

Northeast

Northeast Campus

Rm.

121, 713.718.8300

Northline Campus

713.718.8000

Pinemont Center

713.718.8400

Northwest

Spring Branch Campus

713.718.5669

Katy Campus

713.718.5858

Southeast

Southeast Campus

713.718.7215

Southwest

Alief Campus

713.718.6870

Missouri City Campus

713.718.2906

Stafford Campus

713.718.7800

West Loop Center

713.718.7868

Advising

An initial advising session with a College counselor is required for most new students. Counselors will direct students toward their educational objectives by explaining assessment results, answering questions about classes and programs, reviewing past, current and proposed coursework, providing guidance in educational planning, and assisting in the solution of academic and related problems.

Prior to advisement, official transcript(s) from all previous colleges should be placed on file in the registrar’s office.

All new students will be assessed for college-level abilities in the areas of reading, writing and math. Students who do not demonstrate college readiness in any of the areas may be advised into appropriate developmental courses.

Student Success Course

Through research and experience, Houston Community College has determined that many life and career management skills are necessary for students to make the most of their college investment. A Student Success course is designed to prepare students for the demands of college and for success in the world of work.

The course emphasizes setting priorities, time management, effective listening, note-taking, concentration techniques, retention of information, book analysis, comprehension techniques and test- taking skills. This course also incorporates modules that are designed to facilitate the use of library databases in conducting research, planning and setting educational objectives, lifelong career assessment, decision-making, financial aid, tutoring, and student support services, enabling the student to maximize the use of college resources.

All first time HCC students, who have achieved less than 12 college level hours will be required to take a Student Success course their first term.

There are several student success courses. The primary Student Success course is GUST 1270, College and Career Planning. This course is especially designed for the student who is unclear regarding career choice.

In addition, we have three career-focused Student Success courses. ENGR 1201, Introduction to Engineering is a Student Success course which focuses on careers in the Engineering and the Engineering Technology fields. HPRS 1201, Introduction to Health Professions focuses on the Health Profession, fields, as well as student success. Finally, EDUC 1300, Learning Frameworks, focuses on occupations in the public and private school settings.

HCC students who are required to take a Student Success course can fulfill this requirement by taking any one of the following: GUST 1270, EDUC 1300, ENGR 1201, or HPRS 1201.

Assessment and Testing Schedule

Fall, Spring and Summer Assessment and Testing Schedule

Photo ID required for all testing Call for additional test dates and times

Central

Katy Campus

1300 Holman

713.718.6011

ASSET

(paper/pencil) Mon, 9 a.m.

COMPASS

(computerized)Tues&Wed9.a.m-12.p.m.;

Thurs, 5 p.m.

CELSA (ESL)

(paper/pencil)

Mon, 9 a.m.

CLEP

call

for schedule

TABE

call

for schedule

Willie Lee Gay Campus

1990

ASSET/CELSA

COMPASS

Airport

713.718.6471

(paper/pencil) Tue, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

(computerized) Mon-Wed, 9 a.m.-12 p.m; Sat, 9 a.m. onlyThurs, 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Northeast

Codwell Hall

555 Community College Dr.,

Rm 127, 713.718.8303

ASSET

COMPASS

(paper/pencil) Mon, 1 p.m.;Tues, 9 a.m.; Wed, 9 a.m.;Thurs, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. open lab (paper/pencil) Mon, 1 p.m.;Tues, 9 a.m.Wed, 9 a.m. Thurs, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. open lab

CLEP

call

for schedule

Northline Campus

 

8001

Fulton

,

713.718.8073

ASSET

(paper/pencil)

Administered at Northeast Campus and Pinemont

CELSA (ESL)

(paper/pencil) Mon, 9 a.m. Wed, 6 p.m. Fri, 12 p.m.

COMPASS

(computerized)

Mon, 12:30 5 p.m .

Tue and Wed open lab 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Thurs open lab 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Northwest

Spring Branch Campus

1550

CELSA (ESL)

Foxlake

COMPASS

TABE

713.718.5906

(paper/pencil)

Mon-Thurs, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m;

(computerized)

Fri, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Mon-Thurs, 9 a.m. - 5p.m.; Fri, 9 a.m. - 1p.m.

call

for schedule

Southeast

Southeast Campus

713.718.7041

ASSET

COMPASS . (computerized) Mon,Tue&Thur, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Wed, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

CELSA (ESL)

6815

(paper/pencil) Mon,Tue &Thur, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Rustic

(paper/pencil)

Southwest

Alief Campus

2811 Hayes Rd ………………………………

713-718-5996

COMPASS

(computerized)

Mon –Thur, 9. a.m. – 5 p.m.

Missouri City Campus

5855 Sienna Springs Way ……………………

713-718-2915

COMPASS

(computerized)

Stafford Campus

Wed – Thurs, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

10041 Cash

713.718.7993

ASSET

(paper/pencil)Thurs, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.

COMPASS

computerized)

same as ASSET

CELSA (ESL)

(paper/pencil)

Wed 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.

West Loop Center

 

5601 W. Loop S

713.718.7717

ASSET

same

as COMPASS

COMPASS

(computerized)

Wed only. 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.

CELSA (ESL) TABE

(paper/pencil)

Wed 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. call for schedule

1010 W. Sam Houston Pkwy. N

 

713.718.5670

ASSET

(paper/pencil)

Wed, 2 p.m.

CELSA (ESL)

(paper/pencil)

Mon-Thurs, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.; Fri, 9 a.m. - 1p.m.

COMPASS

(computerized)

Mon-Thurs, 9 a.m - 5 p.m.; Fri, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

TABE

call

for schedule

Other types of tests/assessments not listed may be administered for placement into certain programs. Contact your college’s testing center for additional information. Course placement is dependent on both State and institutional requirements.

Prior to testing, an HCC admissions application must be completed and you must meet with a counselor. Contact your counselor/ advisor regarding test fees. Students with documented disabilities should contact the disability counselor at their college to request special testing accommodations.

Published times, dates and locations may be updated. Contact your testing center for current schedule.

Go online@hccs.edu to see additional classes that are available

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Tuition and Fees

Tuition and Fees Fall - 2009

Career Technology courses fee schedule* Fees are subject to change for the Springr 2010 semester.

Sem.

Hours

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

In-District

Out - of District

Out - of State

87.00

141.00

300.00

120.00

228.00

356.00

177.00

339.00

436.00

234.00

450.00

530.00

291.00

561.00

661.00

348.00

672.00

792.00

405.00

783.00

923.00

462.00

894.00

1,054.00

519.00

1,005.00

1,185.00

576.00

1,116.00

1,316.00

633.00

1,227.00

1,447.00

690.00

1,338.00

1,578.00

746.00

1,448.00

1,708.00

802.00

1,558.00

1,838.00

858.00

1,668.00

1,968.00

*Academic courses are $1 less per semester hour.

Fees include Tuition, General Fee, Technology Fee, and Student Activity/Services Fee. Laboratory fees are not included. Check course listing for additional fees in some cases. Parking Fees are not part of the published standard Tuition & Fee rates. Therefore, the Parking Fees will be billed separately from these established rates. Aviation Program courses are charged $450.00 per semester credit hour in addition to the regular Career and Technology courses fee schedule. Effective Fall 2006, HCC charges a higher tuition rate to students registering for the third or subsequent time for certain courses. Students who enroll for most credit and CEU classes for a third or more time will be charged an additional $50 per semester credit hour and $3.00 per contact hour, except for courses exempted by The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. HCC waives $10 per semester hour of the general fee for adults 55 years old and older. Residents of the Houston Community College (Houston ISD, Stafford MSD, Alief ISD and part of Missouri City) service area are considered in-district for fee purposes if they meet the basic residency requirements. Questions concerning residency requirements should be referred to the Campus Admissions Office or the Registrar.Note: Tuition and fees are subject to change or reclassification at the discretion of the Board of Trustees. See refund policy.

Pay Online

HCC uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption to protect your personal information when using the Internet.

Have ready

1. Your Web User ID and Password or your Social Security number and birth date to obtain your Web User ID and Password.

2. MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express number, expiration date and cardholder’s billing address or checking account and routing numbers.

3. Student e-mail address.

Go to: hccs.edu

• On the homepage, go to Student System Sign In.

• Enter your web User ID and Password, or follow the instructions to obtain your web User ID and Password.

• When you sign on, verify your address and phone data, if no changes are necessary, click on Continue.

• It will bring you to your Student Center.

• Under Finances select Make a payment or Set up Payment Plan. Select Click here to make payment to pay in full or Enroll in the Spring 2009 Payment Plan.

Complete the payment plan enrollment as directed.

• Enter credit card information. Enter student e-mail address.

• Review information.

• Submit the credit card payment.

• Receive confirmation that payment has been accepted.

If credit card payment is declined, you may repeat the process using a different credit card or pay in person on campus.

Pay in Person

Pay when you register by check, cash, or money order. MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express are accepted at all campuses for classes held at any campus. Debit card with Visa or MasterCard logo is also accepted but not a non-USA credit card.

Students who are receiving tuition waivers or students whose tuition is billed to a company or agency must pay in person. Remaining balance should be paid in full or a Payment Plan must be set up.

Tuition and Fees

Tuition and Fee Payment Dates

Tuition Bills are Not Mailed.

All HCC students are expected to pay at the time of registration. This includes all classes: 16-Week, Second Start, Mini Term and Flex Entry classes. To avoid losing your place in class, be sure to pay either at a designated registration site or online of the day you register.

Students not paying according to above guidelines will be required to register again. Section availability cannot be guaranteed. Tuition and fees for flex entry classes eight weeks or less in length must be paid at time of registration.

Students who are dropped from a course for nonpay- ment and request reinstatement after the offical day of record for that class will be charged an additional $75.00

per course reinstatement fee.

For payment dates, locations and times see registration information on page 1.

Payment Plans Available

Tuition installment plans are available for all terms. Details, including due dates and percentage of required payments, are available online.

Refunds and Credit Balance

Refund of Financial Aid Residual

Financial aid refunds will be issued within 14 days after the last day for 25% refund for the Second Start-12 Week Term. Refunds for Summer Semesters will be made within 14 days after the last day for 25% refund for Summer II-Second Five Week session.

HCC/Chase E-Fund Card

Houston Community College (HCC) has partnered with JPMorganChase Bank to refund financial aid residuals. ALL financial aid recipients eligible for a refund are issued a VISA E-Fund Card. Financial Aid residuals are deposited to this E-Fund Card Account. The student has to activate their card by calling 1-888-606-7058, or 1.888.872.3357 for TTY. They can also check their accounts in the web site - www.myaccount.chase.com.

Direct Deposit

Financial Aid students also have the option of choosing direct deposit to their Bank deposit account as another way of receiving their refunds. It is entirely the student’s choice and they shall be responsible for the accuracy of the bank information they provide. Invalid routing number or account number will delay receipt of the refund.

Go online@hccs.edu to see additional classes that are available

In addition, for Direct Deposit, pre-notification process to the student’s bank is undertaken to verify validity of routing number and account number. It normally takes 10-15 days for the process to complete. If no reply from the bank is received after that, the process is considered complete and refund can then be directed to the deposit account.

Credit Balance Refund

Credits generated as a result of withdrawal shall be refunded after the official date of record or earlier upon student request. Credits resulting from credit card payments shall be refunded to the same credit card. Those resulting from cash, checks, and money order paid to the cashiers will be reimbursed via checks.

Amount of refunds for withdrawals are determined in accordance with the Drop and Withdrawal Refund Schedule based on total semester fees. If the student is under a Payment Plan, any remaining installment payments due are deducted from the refund amount. Any reduction in the balance due to a withdrawal will be adjusted on the final payment.

Course withdrawal does not release the student from the obligation to pay any balance owed to the College. One hundred percent (100%) refund of ALL tuition and fees will be made ONLY when a class does not make or a college error is involved.

Delinquent Student Account Balances

Students are responsible for payment of all outstanding account balances. Holds will be placed on the student record preventing registration, grades, transcripts and other college services as the account balance becomes delinquent. Balances not resolved may be forwarded to a collection attorney. The collection fee will be the responsibility of the student. Notification of the outstanding student account balance is delivered by email to the student’s college email address and/or mail, to the current mailing address on record. Students can always view the balance and details online! It is very important to verify your mail and email address each term to avoid missing any notification sent by the college. There may be other costs incurred by students with delinquent balances as defined in their payment plans or indicated in services used.

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Tuition and Fees

Drop and Withdrawal Refunds

“For 100% Refund dates, please refer to the calendars on page 2”.

Class

Last Day for

Length

70% Refund*

2 or less wks.

2nd day

 

3 wks.

3rd day

4 wks.

4th day

5 wks.

5th day

6 wks.

5th day

7 wks.

7th day

8 wks.

8th day

9 wks.

9th day

10 wks.

9th day

11 wks.

10th day

12 wks.

12th day

13 wks.

13th day

14 wks.

13th day

15 wks.

14th day

16

wks. or more

15th day

Last Day for 25% Refund*

n/a

4th day

5th day

6th day

7th day

9th day

10th day

11th day

12th day

14th day

15th day

16th day

17th day

19th day

20th day

A $15.00 Change of Schedule Fee is deducted after computing the percentage refund. All non-refundable fees (see catalog) will be deducted before the percentage for refund is applied.

Returned Checks/Declined Credit Cards

Returned check payments or declined credit card charges shall be immediately reflected/recorded in the student account and the student shall be withdrawn from classes. A $25 returned check/declined credit card fee shall be assessed.

Change of Schedule: Drop/Add Swap

To make a class change after classes start, you must initiate a Program Adjustment Form at the campus where you will be attending classes. Approval of requests for changes will be based on the availability of space in the class to which you wish to transfer. A fee of $15.00 per transaction will be assessed for each request for change.

Deadline for changing schedule or adding courses is as follows:

• Fall and spring regular term - Friday of the first week of class (through Monday for Saturday/Sunday classes only).

• Five- and six-week summer terms - first two days of class.

• 10 and 12-week summer terms - first four days of class.

Any fee amounts quoted above are subject to change

Adding/Swapping Courses

Students may add classes but only through the drop/

add/swap period. Payment of course fees must be made

at the time of the change. If a class is full, consider

taking the course at a different time, location, via

distance education, or in the second start session

Dropping Courses

It is the responsibility of the student to officially drop or

withdraw from a course. Failure to officially withdraw may result in the student receiving a grade of “F” in the course. A student may officially withdraw in any of the following ways:

1. Complete an official withdrawal form at any HCC campus.

2. Send a letter requesting withdrawal to:

Registrar

Houston Community College

P. 0. Box 667517

Houston,TX 77266-7517

The withdrawal will be effective the date of postmark.

3. Fax a letter of withdrawal to 713.718.2111.

A student who officially withdraws from a course before

the Official Date of Record will not receive a grade and the course will not appear on the student’s permanent record. A student withdrawing from a course after this period and prior to the deadline designated in the HCC calendar will receive a grade of “W.”

Course Withdrawals - First Time Freshman Students - Fall 2007 and Later

Under Section 51.907 of the Texas Education Code “an institution of higher education may not permit a student to drop more than six courses, including any course a transfer student has dropped at another institution of higher education.” This statute was enacted by the State of Texas in the Spring 2007 and applies to students who

enroll in a public instiution of higher education as a first - time freshman in fall 2007 or later. Any course that a student drops is counted toward the six - course limit

if “(1) the student was able to drop the course without

receiving a grade or incurring an academic penalty; (2)

the student’s transcript indicates or will indicate that the student was enrolled in the course; and (3) the student

is not dropping the course in order to withdraw form the

institution.”

Policies and procedures for this statute can be found on the hccs website http://imc02.hccs.edu/gcac/drop.htm

HCC students affected by this statute that have attended or plan to attend another institution of higher education should become familiar with that institution’s policies on dropping courses.

Financial Aid

Financial Aid

Houston Community College’s Financial Aid Office

is committed to helping students find the financial

assistance needed to help meet their educational goals. The college participates in various state and federal grants, work-study, loans, and scholarship programs. Most of these programs are available to anyone who demonstrates financial need and qualifies academically.

Grants

Grants are gift aid, which do not need to be repaid, from the federal and state government. They are awarded to students on the basis of need. The Federal PELL Grant

is the primary grant program. Other grant programs

include the Texas Grant, Texas Educational Opportunity Grant (formerly Texas Grant II) (TEOG), Texas Public Educational Grant (TPEG), Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) the Leverage Educational Partnership Program (LEAP), and the Special Leverage Educational Partnership Program (SLEAP). For addtional information on the grants available at HCC, please view our website at: hccs.edu.

Loans

Loans must be repaid. Repayment begins after you

complete your educational program or once you are no longer enrolled at least half-time, whichever occurs first. The Federal Stafford Loans (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) are two of the major loan programs

at HCC. We also offer the Federal Parent Loan for

Undergraduate Students (PLUS).

Emergency Loans

A limited amount of money is available as Emergency

Loans to those who need help to pay for tuition, mandatory fees, and textbooks. These loans are available on a first-come, first-served basis and must be repaid within 30 days. You must show financial need to receive an Emergency Loan and provide proof of your ability to repay the loan.

College Work/Study Programs

The College Work-Study Programs (CWS) provides jobs for undergraduate and graduate students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay education expenses. The program encourages

community service work and work related to the course

of study.

Work-Study (FCWS) and Texas Work-Study (TXCWS) Programs.

The College offers the Federal College

Go online@hccs.edu to see additional classes that are available

Scholarships

Scholarships are gift funds, based on high academic achievement or designated criteria that do not have to be repaid. HCC coordinates a variety of institutional, foundation, and private scholarships. You should apply as early as possible, since awarding scholarships involves deadlines.

Hope Scholarship

The passage of the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 provides HOPE Scholarship tax credit for certain eligible students. Students with little income or tax liability may benefit more from increases in Pell Grant award than from HOPE Scholarship tax credits. Please consult your tax advisor to determine how the HOPE Scholarship tax credit may benefit you.

Am I Eligible?

Generally, to be eligible you must:

• Have a financial need, except for some loan programs.

• Have a high school diploma or a General Education Development (GED) Certificate, pass a test approved by the Department of Education, or meet other standards your state establishes that are approved by the U.S. Department of Education, or complete

a high school education in a home school setting approved under state law.

• Be enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a regular student working toward a degree or certificate in an eligible program.

• Be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen.

• Have a valid Social Security Number.

• Meet satisfactory academic progress standards set by the postsecondary school you are or will be attending.

• Sign a Statement on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA) certifying that you will use federal student aid for educational purposes.

• Sign a Statement on the FAFSA certifying that you are not in default on a federal student loan and that you do not owe money back on a federal student grant.

• You must comply with Selective Service registration,

if required.

• Not have eligibility suspended or terminated due to a drug-related conviction.

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Financial Aid

How Do I Apply?

• First, obtain your Personal Identification Number (PIN) to sign your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and to make correction to your Student Aid Report (SAR). You can apply for a PIN at www.pin.ed.gov.

• Submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) – either through the Internet (using FAFSA on the Web at www.fafsa.ed.gov) or by completing a paper FAFSA or Renewal FAFSA. There are advantages to using FAFSA on the Web:

(1) it identifies potential errors right away and prompts you to make on-the-spot corrections, (2) you get online instructions for each question, and you can “chat” live online with a customer service representative if you have further questions (There’s no charge for this help.), (3) the Department’s Central Processing System will process your application quickly – in three to five days, provided you (and your parents, if applicable) have provided electronic signatures.

• When you receive your Student Aid Report (SAR), review the information to make certain it is correct. Use your PIN to make corrections to your SAR (using FAFSA on the Web at www.fafsa.ed.gov) .

• If you wish to apply for a Federal Student Loan, complete your loan request and Master Promissory Note (MPN) using Loans-by-Web at: https://lbw.tgslc. org/LBW/start.do. You will need you PIN to sign your MPN electronically.

• Submit any required documents to the financial aid office before the April 15th Priority Deadline.

• Once you have been awarded student aid, the financial aid department will send you an Electronic Financial Aid Notification (EFAN) to your HCC student email account.

• When you receive the EFAN log on your Student Self-Service account to “View” or “Decline” your financial aid

When Should I Apply?

Students should apply for financial aid early each year in

January.

for student aid applications.

deadline date and qualify, may be awarded aid in time to register and purchase books. Any balance remaining from the student’s award will be disbursed after the official date of record for the Second Start semester to the student’s Chase E-Funds card or via direct deposit to the student’s bank account. The deadline for submitting an application for a federal student loan for the Fall only

At HCC, April 15th is the Priority Deadline date

Students, who meet the

semester is October 1st. The deadline for submitting an application for a federal student loan for the Fall and Spring semesters and the Spring only semester is March 1st.

Financial aid applications are accepted after the Priority Deadline, however, financial aid awards may not be available to pay for tuition, fees and books at the time of registration. Students who submit a financial aid application after the Priority Deadline must be prepared to make other arrangements to pay for books, tuitions and fees. The Installment Payment Plan is available through the college cashier’s office.

College Financial Aid Offices:

Central

713.718.6100

Central - Willie Lee Gay Campus

713.718.6699

Coleman College for Health Sciences

713.718.7630

Northeast

713.718.8304 or 713.718.8080

Northwest - Spring Branch Campus,

713.718.5713

Northwest - Katy Campus,

713.718.5901

Southeast

713.718.7030

Southwest - Stafford

713.718.7785

Southwest -West Loop

713.718.7722

Financial Aid Web Sites

www.hccs.edu

www.fafsa.ed.gov

www.fastweb.com

www.pin.ed.gov

Veterans’ Benefits

How to Apply for Benefits

Veterans requesting VA educational benefits for the first time through the Houston Community College should bring to the Veterans Affairs Office, 3100 Main, a copy of their degree/education plan, a copy of the DD214, copies of transcripts for EVERY post-secondary school previously attended and a copy of the registration/fee receipt showing enrollment. Veterans should contact the Veterans Affairs Office with questions concerning payment for enrolling in specific courses.

Any veteran who received educational benefits during the last term/quarter and has reregistered must notify the Veterans Affairs Office to be recertified in order to continue receiving benefits.

For certification of benefits, call 713.718.8522,

713.718.8526 or 713.718.8520

General Information

Advanced Pay

A veteran entering HCC for the first time or who has had

a break in enrollment of one semester may apply for

Advanced Pay. It must be requested by the published dateline which is approximately 45 days prior to the beginning of the semester.

Eligible Veterans/Dependents

1

.

A veteran who entered the service after January 1, 1977, and contributed to the Veterans Educational Assistance Program can claim educational benefits if the veteran DID NOT withdraw the funds contributed to the program.

2. An individual who entered into active duty at any time after July 1, 1985, and had their military pay reduced by $100 a month for the first 12 months of active duty (total $1,200).

3. An individual in the Selected Reserves who, after July 1, 1985, enlists, re-enlists or extends an enlistment and is active in the Selected Reserves for at least a 6-year period.

4. The Dependents (spouse/children) of a 100% service- connected disabled veteran or survivors of a veteran who died while on active duty or from a service- connected disability.

5. A veteran who has a service-connected disability which creates an employment handicap. (Contact the VA Regional Office: 1.800.827.1000.)

Education Benefits for Texas Veterans Only

Houston Community College may waive your tuition and fees under the HAZLEWOOD ACT if you:

• Were honorably discharged or discharged under honorable conditions from the military after serving more than 180 days (excluding training);

• Entered the service throughTexas as your home of record and have resided in Texas for at least 12 months prior to your registration date;

• Are no longer eligible for entitlement under VA educational benefits.

• Are not in default of a student loan.

To determine eligibility, a Texas veteran must provide the following:

1. A letter from the Department of Veteran Affairs stating that the veteran is no longer entitled to VA educational benefits.This letter can be obtained by calling the VA office in Muskogee, Oklahoma at

1.888.442.4551.

2. A copy of your DD-214.

Records will be checked to make sure a student is not default of a student loan.

Go online@hccs.edu to see additional classes that are available

Activated Reservists Attending

Students who are called up as reservists for military duty will be given a 100% refund and a withdrawal grade of W. If student has completed at least 60% of the instructional time required in a course prior to the date of their leaving HCC, student may be offered a grade of incomplete (I) if they so choose (that would entail no refund). Thereafter, it will be the student’s responsibility to notify HCC in writing of their return date and they will be allowed six months following their return to make up the I grade. Failure to follow this procedure could result in the I grade converting to an F as per regular guidelines for student grades.

Army ROTC

Any student who desires to be commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U. S. Army can do so through a cross-enrollment agreement with the Military Science Department at the University of Houston. As a ROTC cadet in the advanced courses, a veteran receives $100 per month allowance in addition to VA educational benefits. Class numbers are listed in the HCC Northeast “Off Campus” course listings of this schedule. Call the Military Science Department at University of Houston, 713-743-3875, for additional information.

Air Force ROTC

Houston Community College has a cross - enrollment agreement with the University of Houston that allows HCC students to enroll and participate in the University of Houston’s Air Force ROTC program. The Air Force ROTC program prepares men and women of character, commitment, and courage to assume leadership positions as commissioned officers in the active duty United States Air Force. Upon completion of the curriculum, students will have a thorough understanding of the core values, leadership, teamwork, and other requirements to be an effective officer in the world’s greatest Air Force. Call the Air Force Science Department at the University of Houston, 713-743-4932 for additional information. www.uh.edu/afrotc

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General Information

Attendance Policy

Students are expected to attend classes regularly. Students are responsible for materials covered during

their absences, and it is the student’s responsibility to consult with instructors for make-up assignments. Class attendance is checked daily by instructors. Although it

is the responsibility of the student to drop a course for

non-attendance, the instructor has full authority to drop

a student for excessive absences.

A student may be dropped from a course after the

student has accumulated absences in excess of 12.5% of the hours of instruction (including lecture and laboratory time). This policy will be strictly enforced for veterans.

Certain departments or programs may be governed by accreditation or certification standards that require more stringent attendance policies. Students should note these individual differences.

Cancellation of Courses

HCC reserves the right, when necessary, to cancel

classes or to alter the schedule. If a class is cancelled, students will be notified at the first class meeting. To enroll in another section, the student must complete

a Program Adjustment Form. There is no Change of Schedule Fee to replace a cancelled class.

Course Load

A student who is enrolled for fewer than 12 semester

hours is considered a part-time student. One who is enrolled for 12 or more semester hours is considered

a

full-time student. For the summer session, student

is

full-time if enrolled in 9 or more semester hours for

Summer I and II and part-time if enrolled in fewer than

9 hours. All students are encouraged to seek program advisement prior to registration.

HCC reserves the right to limit the course load carried by any student. Students who want to take more than 18 credit hours must obtain approval from the campus counselor.

During the short summer sessions, students may schedule a maximum of seven semester hours or two academic courses. Students taking 10-week summer session classes only or a combined 10-week session and a five-week session may schedule a total of no more than 13 semester hours or four academic courses. Course overloads will be approved only by college counselors. Students may enroll in only one course during a mini session.

Transfer Limitation

Students who intend to transfer to baccalaureate degree programs should be aware of possible limitations on lower-division course work. Universities will generally not accept in transfer or toward a degree program, more than sixty-six semester credit hours of lower division academic credit.

Main Types of Instruction

Traditional

All instruction is carried out in the classroom or lab as apppropriate.

Hybrid

Hybrid courses meet half the time in a traditional face-to-face classroom environment and deliver the remainder of the course presentation, interaction, activities, and exercises through various electronic means (online, WebCT, podcasts, online video and audio formats, and new technologies as they become available). Instructors and students should be prepared to spend as much time engaged in course activities as in a traditional class, even though they will not be physically present in the classroom for all of it. In addition, the electronic and face-to-face portions of hybrid classes will be apportioned weekly so that every week during the semester the students will have 50% face-to-face instruction and 50% electronic instruction.

Distance

Distance education classes, for all practical purposes, will involve 100% of instruction being offered electronically, with the exception of required labs, review sessions, and on-campus testing; all other exceptions will be kept to a minimum and require the prior approval of the Distance Education Department

General Information

Directory Information

Houston Community College considers the following as directory information: name, address, telephone, date of birth, degrees earned and dates, major field of study, dates of attendance, enrollment status, number of hours completed and in progress, student classification, and name of most recent previous institution attended.

HCC directory information is managed in compliance with the Texas Open Records Law. If you do not want this information released, you must complete a confidentiality request form at the college campus and submit to the Registrar’s Office.

Emergency Procedures

In the event of severe weather or other conditions that pose a threat to the health or safety of students and/ or employees, college administrators may make the decision to close campuses in affected areas. In this case, students, faculty and staff are advised to monitor local radio and television stations for information and updates. For emergency procedures, go to in case of emergency @ hccs.edu. School closing information, go to www.school-closings.net.

Non-Credit Audit

During the first week of classes, a student may register to audit most academic courses in the humanities, mathematics/natural sciences or social sciences. There is no audit for computer science, commercial music, P.E. or workforce courses. The audit provides the usual learning opportunities without the course requirements such as attendance, written work and tests.

An audit cannot be changed to credit or credit to audit after the close of the Change of Schedule period. Tuition and fees are the same for an audit as for a credit enrollment. Audit courses will be noted on the student’s permanent record as “Audit.” Students receiving financial aid, Social Security or veteran’s benefits may not be eligible for benefits for audit courses.

Graduation Notice

OCTOBER 15 – FALL PRIORITY APPLICATION DEADLINE FEBRUARY 17 – SPRING PRIORITY APPLICATION DEADLINE JUNE 15 – SUMMER PRIORITY APPLICATION DEADLINE

(Students who apply by this priority date will receive their diplomas within six weeks of the end of the semester) The HCC annual graduation ceremony in May is open to students who complete course requirements in December or May, as well as those who plan to complete course requirements in August 2009.

Go online@hccs.edu to see additional classes that are available

Regardless of intent to participate in the graduation ceremony, all students completing degree/certificate requirements must file an application for course work to be evaluated and to have their degrees and/or certificates posted on their transcripts.

The following must be received by the deadline.

• Application for graduation

• An educational plan updated with a counselor

• A $10 diploma fee (optional, only if you want a printed diploma)

• Official copies of transcripts from all other colleges.

Grades Online

Grades may be accessed online at –hccs.edu

Fall 2009

Traditional 16 weeks - May 22, 2009

Second Start 12 weeks - May 22, 2009

Spring Mini - Term - June 12, 2009

HCC Honors Program

Criteria

The admissions criteria for the honors program are the same for all HCC Colleges.

Requirements for current students

Completion of at least 6 semester hours of college-level courses with a 3.3 GPA in core curriculum courses.

Requirements for incoming students

Must have a 3.5 GPA in high school classes. In addition, in order to be considered, each candidate must meet at least one of the following additional criteria:

1. A combined score of at least 1100 on the SAT or at least 25 on each area of the ACT.

2. A combined score of at least 1800 on theTAAS in high school.

3. Graduation in the upper 10 percent of one’s high school class.

4. ASSET placement scores eligible for enrollment in college-level courses (i.e., nondevelopmental courses) in at least two of the three test areas.

5. Successful completion of at least one Honors course (3 hours), receiving a grade of “B” or better.

6. Documentation that will demonstrate special

talent and/or leadership abilities (i.e., portfolios, auditions, papers, projects, products, awards, community or professional recognition) and/or statement of exemplary course performance by counselor or teacher.

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Campus Hours

NOTE: Meeting the minimum criteria does not guarantee admissions into the Honors Program.

The Honors Committee reserves the right to select the best candidates of all applicants. A complete official transcript must be turned in with the application.

For more information about the HCC Honors Program, go to hccs.edu/system/Instructional-Services/honors/ honors.htm or contact the program director at your college.

YAMPEY JORG, GLORIA Central College - Fine Art Center - 713.718.6672 • gloria.yampeyjorg@hccs.edu

HARVEY, JOHN Northeast College - Northline Mall Center - 713.718.8327 • john.harvey@hccs.edu

MCGAUGHY, JOSEPH K. Northwest College - Katy Campus - 713.718.5900 • kent.mcgaughy@hccs.edu

NOVAK MICHELLE Southeast College - Eastside Campus - 713.718.7143 • michelle.novak@hccs.edu

LANGE HEIDI. Southwest College - Stafford Center

713.718.8776 • heidi.lange@hccs.edu

STRAUS, MARIA System-Coordinator of Learning Initiatives - 713.718.5192 • maria.straus@hccs.edu

Student Success Center-West Loop Center -713.718.7964

Campus Hours • Central College

Americana Building(CE/AMER)

811 Dallas 77002

Central Campus (CE) Fine Arts Center(CE/FAC) J B Whiteley (CE/JBW) Jew Don Boney( CE/JDB) San Jacinto(CE/JAC) West Wing(CE/WW)

1300 Holman 77004

713.718.2007

713.718.6000

Open 7:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., Mon-Thurs (classes);

9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., Fri (student services, library, computer labs)

Willie Lee Gay Campus (CE/WLG)

1990 Airport Blvd. 77051

Open 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., Mon-Thurs Closed Fri; 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.Sat

713.718.6634

Campus Hours • Coleman College for Health Sciences

1900 Pressler Street 77030

713.718.7400

Hours of operation: 7:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., Mon-Thurs

7:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m. Fri and 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Sat

Campus Hours • Northeast College

Automotive Technology Training Center (NE)

4638 Airline 77022

Hours of operation: 7:00 a.m. - 10 p.m., Mon-Thurs

Northeast Campus (NE) Codwell Hall(NE/CODW)

555 Community College Dr. 77013

Hours of operation: 8:00 a.m. - 8:30 p.m., Mon-Fri, for academic/career technology courses; 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Sat and Sun, for Adult Education and Criminal Justice only

Northline Campus (NE/NOLIN)

8001 Fulton 77022

Hours of operation: 7:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., Mon-Fri for academic/career technology courses and Adult Education and Intensive English 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Sat and Sun

Pinemont Center (NE /PINE)

1265 Pinemont 77018

Hours of operation: 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., Mon-Fri

8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Sat and Sun

713.718.8100

713.718.8300

713.718.8000

713.718.8400

Campus Hours • Northwest College

Spring Branch Campus (NW/SBC)

1010 W. Sam Houston Pkwy N. 77043

Hours of operation: 7:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., Mon-Thurs

7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Fri 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., Sat

UH System at Cinco Ranch (NW/CNCO)

This is an information number only -- no HCC personnel are stationed at this site.

4242 South Mason Road 77450

Hours of operation: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 pm, Mon,Tues, Fri;

11:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. , Wed, Thurs

Katy Campus (NW/KATY)

1550 Foxlake Drive 77084

Hours of operation: 7:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., Mon-Thurs-;

7:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Fri 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Sat

713.718.5700

713.718.5737

713.718.5757

Campus Hours • Southeast College

Southeast Campus (SE /ESID)

6815

Rustic 77087

713.718.7000

Southeast Annex (ESAN/FAC)

2524

Garland 77087

713.718.7572

Hours of operation: 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., Mon-Fri 8:00 a.m. - 5: p.m., Sat 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Campus Hours

Campus Hours • Southwest College Campus Hours - District

Alief Campus (SW/ALIF)

2811 Hayes Rd. 77082

Hours of operation: 8:00 a.m - 10:00 p.m., Mon-Fri 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Sat, 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m., Sun

Applied Technology Center (SW/BLUE)

4010 Bluebonnet 77477

Hours of operation: 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., Mon-Thurs 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Fri, Sat

Gulfton Center (SW/GULF)

5407 Gulfton 77081

Hours of operation: 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., Mon-Thurs 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Fri

Missouri City Campus (SW/MOCC)

5855 Sienna Spring Way, Missouri City77549 .713.718.2900

713.718.7760

281-491-2335

713.718.6870

Hours of operation: 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., Mon-Thurs 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Fri, Sat, Sun

Stafford Campus (SW/STAF)

9910 Cash Rd., Stafford 77477

Hours of operation: 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., Mon-Fri 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Sat

Scarcella Center (SW/STF2)

10141 Cash Rd., Stafford 77477

Hours of operation: 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., Mon-Fri 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Sat

West Loop Center (SW/WLOP)

5601 West Loop South 77081

Hours of operation: 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., Mon-Fri 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Sat 2:00 p.m. - 6: p.m., Sun

713.718.7800

713.718.6700

713.718.7868

Administration Building

3100 Main St. 77002

Second Floor Conference Center: Hours of operation; 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Mon- Thurs; for academic/Career technology courses; 7 am - 10 pm,Mon - Fri: 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sat; 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Sun

Basement (Adult Ed, Comp Sci Tech, Real Estate, ICRC Training Lab, Distance Ed): Hours of operation:

8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., Mon-Fri; 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Sat; 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Sun

All other System Administration offices: Hours of operation: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.,Mon-Fri

Adult Education and Adult High School

3100 Main St. 77002

713.718.2000

Adult Education

713.718.5400

Adult High School

713.718.7611

Hours of operation: 8 am - 7 pm, Mon-Thurs; 8 am - 8:30 pm, Fri 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Sat and Sun

Distance Education

3100 Main St. 77002

Open 8:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m., Mon-Thurs; 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Fri; 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., Sat

713.718.5275

Defenders of Freedom A Special Calling! Houston Community College has formed a partnership with the

Defenders of Freedom A Special Calling!

Houston Community College has formed a partnership with the University of Houston that allows HCC students to enroll and participate in the University of Houston’s U.S. Air Force ROTC and U.S. Army ROTC programs.

U.S. AIR FORCE
U.S. AIR FORCE

713-743-3875,

for additional information.

713-743-4932

for additional information.

Go online@hccs.edu to see additional classes that are available

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Student Service Contacts

Student Service Contacts

District Offices (SY)

Admissions-Student Records

713.718.8500

International Students

713.718.8520

GEDTesting

713.718.8540

Veterans Affairs

713.718.8520

Transfer Office

`713.718.8534

Transcripts

713.718.8518

Central College (CE)

Admissions-Central Campus

713.718.6111

Admissions-Willie Lee Gay Campus

713.718.6507

Bookstore-Central

Campus

713.718.8255

Business Office-Central Campus

713.718.6010

Business Office-Willie Lee Gay Campus

713.718.6640

Career Planning & Job Placement-Central Campus

713.718.6174

HCC Child and Family Center

Counseling-Central Campus Counseling-Willie Lee Gay Campus Deaf & Hard of Hearing Support Services- Central Campus

Disability Support Services-Central Campus .713.718.6164

713.718.6333

713.718.6737

713.718.6120

713.718.KIDS (5437)

Financial

Aid

Office-Central Campus

713.718.6100

Financial Aid Office-Willie Lee Gay Campus

713.718.6654

International (F-1) Students

713.718.6954

Recruitment-Central

Campus

713.718.6401

Registration-Central

Campus

713.718.6111

Registration-Willie Lee Gay Campus

713.718.6509

Student Activities-Central Campus

713.718.6401

TRIO Student Support Services-Central Campus

713.718.6330

Testing-Central Campus

713.718.6011

Testing-Willie Lee Gay Campus

713.718.6471

Upward Bound-Central Campus

713.718.6388

Vocational Retention Office-Central Campus .713.718.6816

713.718.6210

Welcome Center -Central Campus

Coleman College for Health Sciences (HS)

Admissions-Health Science Center Cashier-Health Science Center Counseling-Health Science Center Financial Aid-Health Science Center International (F-1) Students Registration Office-Health Science Center Welcome Center - Coleman Campus

Northeast College (NE)

Admissions-Northeast Campus Admissions-Northline Campus Bookstore-Northline Campus

713.718.7373

713.718.7375

713.718.7685

713.718.7630

713.718.8520

713.718.7373

713.718.7400

713.718.8325

713.718.8088

713-692-1472

Cashier -Northeast Campus

713.718.8357

Cashier-Northline Campus

713.718.8031

Cashier-Pinemont Center

713.718.8425

Child Care

713.718.8066

Counseling-Northeast Campus

713.718.8373

Counseling-Northline Campus

713.718.8139

Counseling-Pinemont Center

713.718.8413

Financial

Aid-Northeast Campus

713.718.8304

Financial

Aid-Northline Campus

713.718.8080

International (F-1) Students

713.718.8181

Job Placement

713.718.5291

Learning Center-Pinemont Center

713.718.8033

Recruitment-Northeast Campus 713.718.8068/713.718.8308

Registration-Northeast

Campus

713.718.8323

Registration-Northline Campus

713.718.8088

Registration-Pinemont Center

713.718.8425

Testing-Northeast Campus

713.718.8303

Testing-Northline Campus

713.718.8073

Testing-Pinemont Center

713.718.8073

Welcome Center-Northline Campus

713.718.8154

Northwest College (NW)

Admissions -Spring Branch Campus

713.718.5710

Admissions -Katy Campus

713.718.5808

Bookstore-Katy Campus

281-492-7198

Bookstore-Spring Branch Campus

713-468-5300

Business Office-Katy Campus

713.718.5773

Business Office-Spring Branch Campus

713.718.5418

Counseling-Spring Branch Campus

713.718.5669

Counseling-Katy Campus

713.718.5751

Financial Aid-Spring Branch Campus

713.718.5692

Financial

Katy Campus

713.718.5900

International (F-1) Students

713.718.5854

Job Placement-Spring Branch Campus

713.718.5423

Registration Office-Spring Branch Campus

713.718.5710

Registration Office-Katy Campus

713.718.5808

Testing-Spring Branch Campus

713.718.5670

Testing-Katy Campus

713.718.5906

Teaching & Learning Center-Katy Campus

713.718.5774

Technical Learning Center-Katy Campus

713.718.5770

Student Activities-Spring Branch Campus …

713.718.5702

Southeast College (SE)

Admissions-Southeast Campus

713.718.7044

Bookstore-Southeast Campus

713-640-1441

Campus Security-Southeast Campus

713.718.8888

Career Planning & Job Placement- Southeast Campus

713.718.7145

Cashier-Southeast Campus

713.718.7051

Childcare Drop-off-Eastside Annex

713.718.7045

Community Outreach-Eastside Annex

713.718.7114

Contact Instructional Departments

Student Service Contacts

Instructional Departments

Counseling-Southeast Campus East Early College High School-Eastside

713.718.7215

Accounting (SW) Adult Education (ABE/GED/ESL)

Annex

713-847-4809

Adult High School

Financial Aid-Southeast Campus

713.718.7030

Advertising Art (formerly Commercial Art)

International (F-1) Students

713.718.5520

(CE)

Job Placement Southeast Campus

713.718.7145

Agricultural Sciences (NW)

Public Relations-Eastside Annex

713.718.7021

Air Conditioning/Refrigeration (CE)

Recruiter-Southeast Campus

713.718.7217

American Sign Language (CE)

Registration Office-Southeast Campus

713.718.7044

Anthropology

(CE)

Student Activities-Southeast Campus

713.718.7293

Anthropology

(NE)

Testing-Eastside Campus

713.718.7041

Anthropology

(NW)

Tutoring Center-Southeast Campus

713.718.7202

Anthropology

(SE)

Upward Bound-Southeast Campus

713.718.7004

Anthropology

(SW)

Weekend Collge-Southeast Campus

713.718.7045

Art (CE)

Writing Center-Southeast Campus

713.718.7202

Art

(NE)

Southwest College (SW)

Art

(NW)

Admissions-Alief Campus

713.718.6918

Art

(SE)

Admissions-Stafford Campus

713.718.7844

Art (SW)

Admissions-West Loop Center

713.718.8920

Audio RecordingTechnology (NW)

Bookstore-Alief Campus

713.718.6657

AutomotiveTechnology (NE)

Bookstore-Stafford Campus

281.499.6413

Aviation MaintenanceTechnology (CE)

Bookstore-West Loop Center

713.218.0391

Biology

(CE)

Bookstore-Missouri City Campus

Biology

(HS)

Campus Secretary-Alief Campus

713.718.6910

Biology

(NE)

Cashier-Alief Campus

713.718.6922

Biology

(NW)

Cashier-Gulfton Center

713.718.7753

Biology

(SE)

Cashier-Stafford Campus

713.718.7819

Biology

(SW)

Cashier-Missouri City Campus

713.718.2906

Biotechnology

Cashier-West Loop Center

713.718.7935

BroadcastTechnology (SW)

Child Care-Stafford Campus

713.718.6373

Building MaintenanceTrades (CE)

ComputerTechnician-Alief

713.718.6945

Business

Business

Administration (NE)

ComputerTechnician-Stafford

713.718.6783

Management (NE)

Counseling-Alief

Student Success

Campus

713.718.6917

BusinessTechnology (SE)

Center-Stafford Campus

713.718.7795

CardiovascularTechnology (HS)

713.718.7730

Carpentry (CE)

Counseling-Gulfton Center Counseling-Missouri City Campus

713.718.7729/7973

Chemical LaboratoryTechnology (NE)

Counseling-West Loop Center

713.718.7947

Chemistry

(CE)

Financial

Financial

Aid-Stafford Campus

713.718.7785

Chemistry

(NE)

Aid-West Loop Center

713.718.7722

Chemistry

(NW)

Job Placement-West Loop Center

713.718.7718

Chemistry

(SE)

Library-Alief Campus

713.718.6941

Chemistry

(SW)

Library-Missouri City Campus

713.718.2942

Child

Development (CE)

Registration-Alief Campus

713.718.6918

713.718.2904/2903

Cisco (SW)

Registration-Missouri City Campus Registration-Stafford Campus

713.718.7844

Clinical LaboratoryTechnician (HS)

Registration-West Loop Center

713.718.8920

Commercial Music (NW)

Security-Alief Campus

713.718.6923

CommercialTruck Driving (NE)

Security-Missouri City Campus

713.718.2920

Communication (CE)

Testing-Stafford Campus

713.718.7993

Testing-West Loop Center

713.718.7717

Go online@hccs.edu to see additional classes that are available

713.718.7911

713.718.5400

713.718.7611

713.718.6152

713.718.5853

713.718.6803

713.718.6846

713.718.6860

713.718.8055

713.718.5625

713.718.7508

713.718.7778

713.718.6600

713.718.8328

713.718.5620

713.718.7204

713.718.7700

713.718.5602

713.718.8100

713.644.7777

713.718.6050

713.718.7402

713.718.8049

713.718.5435

713.718.7056

713.718.7771

713.718.5253

713.718.6725

713.718.6803

713.718.5222

713.718.5222

713.718.7807

713.718.7365

713.718.6898

713.718.5253

713.718.6052

713.718.8049

713.718.5435

713.718.7056

713.718.7771

713.718.6303

281.491.9358

713.718.5518

713.718.5620

713.718.8200

713.718.6600

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Contact Instructional Departments

Instructional Departments

Communication

(NW)

 

713.718.5785

Communication

(SW)

713.718.7820

Computer ScienceTechnology (SW)

713.718.6776

ComputedTomography (HS)

713.718.7650

ConstructionTechnology

713.718.6898

Cosmetology

(CE)

 

713.718.6145

Cosmetology

(NW)

713.718.6145

Cosmetology

(NE)

713.718.6145

Cosmetology

(SE)

713.718.7501

Criminal Justice (NE)

713.718.8319

Criminal

Justice

(NW)

713.718.5776

Criminal

Justice

(SE)

713.718.7508

Criminal

Justice

(SW)

713.718.7776

Culinary

Arts (CE)

 

713.718.6069

Dance (CE)

713.718.6600

Dance

(NW)

713.718.5620

Dental

Assisting (HS)

713.718.7351

Developmental

English

(CE)

713.718.6671

Developmental

English

(NE)

713.718.8328

Developmental

English

(NW)

713.718.5410

Developmental

English

(SE)

713.718.7109

Developmental

English

(SW)

713.718.6362

Developmental

Math

(CE)

713.718.6441

Developmental

Math

(NE)

713.718.8049

Developmental Math (NW)

713.718.5511

Developmental

Math

(SE)

 

713.718.7056

Developmental

Math

(SW)

713.718.7770

Developmental

Reading (SE)

713.718.7109

Developmental

Studies

(NE)

713.718.8051

Developmental

Studies

(SW)

713.718.6362

Diagnostic Medical Sonography (HS)

713.718.7345

Diesel Engine Mechanic (NE)

713.718.8100

Digital Communication (SW)

713.718.7890

Digital Gaming and Simulation (SW)

713.718.6743

Distance Education (System)

713.718.5275

Drafting and DesignTechnology (NE)

713.718.5255

Drama (CE)

713.718.6600

Drama

(NW)

713.718.5620

Drama

(SE)

713.718.7204

Drama

(SW)

713.718.6361

Drapery & Bedspread Making (CE)

713.718.5303

Economics

(CE)

 

713.718.6063

Economics

(NE)

713.718.8055

Economics

(NW)

713.718.5776

Economics

(SE)

713.718.7508

Economics

(SW)

713.718.7776

Education

(CE)

713.718.6303

Education

(NE)

713.718.8051

Education

(SE)

713.718.7508

Education

(SW)

 

713.718.7810

Electronic EngineeringTechnology (NE)

713.718.5226

Emergency Medical Services (NE)

713.718.7401

English

(CE)

 

713.718.6671

English

(NE)

713.718.8328

English

(NW)

713.718.5785

English

(SE)

713.718.7109

English

(SW)

713.718.7858

English for Foreign Speakers (Academic ESL) (CE)

713.718.6678

English for Foreign Speakers (Academic ESL) (NE)

713.718.8181

English for Foreign Speakers (Academic ESL) (NW)

713.718.5410

English for Foreign Speakers (Academic ESL) (SE)

713.718.7204

English for Foreign Speakers (Academic ESL) (SW)

713.718.6362

English Literature (SW)

713.718.7814

EnvironmentalTechnology (NW)

713.718.5435

Fashion Design (CE)

713.718.6152

Fashion Merchandising (CE)

713.718.6152

Film Making (NW)

713.718.5602

Finance (Banking) (CE)

713.718.5404

Fine

Arts

(CE)

713.718.660

Fine Arts

(HS)

 

713.718.7402

Fine

Arts

(NW)

713.718.5661

Fine

Arts

(SW)

713.718.6360

Fire ProtectionTechnology (NE)

713.718.5236

Foreign

Languages

(CE)

713.718.6678

Foreign Languages (NE)

713.718.8181

Foreign Languages (NW)

713.718.5410

Foreign Languages (SE)

713.718.7204

Foreign

Languages

(SW)

713.718.7815

Gender Studies (SW)

713.718.7814

Geographic Information Science (Cartography) (SW)

713.718.6725

Geography

(CE)

713.718.6063

Geography

(NE)

713.718.8501

Geography

(NW)

713.718.5781

Geography

(SE)

713.718.7508

Geography

(SW)

713.718.7776

Geology

(CE)

713.718.6052

Geology

(NE)

713.718.8049

Geology

(NW)

713.718.5435

Geology

(SE)

713.718.7056

Geology

(SW)

713.718.7771

Government

(CE)

713.718.6063

Government

(NE)

713.718.8501

Government

(NW)

713.718.5776

Government

(SE)

713.718.7508

Government

(SW)

713.718.7776

Contact Instructional Departments

Instructional Departments

Graphic Arts/PrintingTechnology (CE)

713.718.6239

Guided Studies (CE)

713.718.6070

Guided Studies (NE)

713.718.8033

Guided Studies (NW)

713.718.5410

Guided Studies (SE)

713.718.7109

Guided Studies (SW)

713.718.6362

Health and Physical Education/Fitness (HS)

713.718.6084

Health InformationTechnology (HS)

713.718.7365

HistologyTechnician (HS)

713.718.7642

History

(CE)

713.718.6063

History

(NE)

713.718.8501

History

(NW)

713.718.5781

History

(SE)

713.718.7508

History

(SW)

713.718.7776

Horticulture (NW)

713.718.5853

Hotel/Restaurant Management (CE)

713.718.6072

Human ServiceTechnology (HS)

713.718.5549

Industrial Electricity (CE)

713.718.6898

Instrumentation (NE)

713.718.5253

Intensive English (CE)

713.718.6678

Intensive English (NE)

713.718.8181

Intensive English (NW)

713.718.5410

Intensive English (SE)

713.718.7204

Intensive English (SW)

713.718.7750

Interior Design (CE)

713.718.6152

InternationalTrade

713.718.5222

Interpreting/Sign Language (HS)

713.718.6845

Legal AssistantTechnology (CE)

713.718.5404

Logistics

713.718.8200

MachiningTechnology

713.718.6805

MaintenanceTrades

713.718.6898

Manicure Specialist

713.718.6146

Manufacturing EngineeringTechnology (CE) .713.718.6805

Marketing, Management and Research (NE)

713.718.5222

Materials Management (NE)

713.718.8200

Mathematics

(CE)

713.718.6441

Mathematics

(NE)

713.718.8049

Mathematics (NW)

713.718.5511

Mathematics

(SE)

713.718.7056

Mathematics

(SW)

713.718.7770

Medical Assistant (HS)

713.718.7365

Music (CE)

 

713.718.6600

Music

(NW)

713.718.5620

Music

(SE)

713.718.7204

Music

(SW)

713.718.6372

Music Arranging, Composition and Production (NW)

Music Business (NW) Music in Performance (NW)

713.718.5622

713.718.5622

713.718.5623

Go online@hccs.edu to see additional classes that are available

Nuclear MedicineTechnology (HS) Nursing - AAS (HS) Nursing - LVN (HS)

Nutrition (CE)

Nutrition (NE)

Nutrition (SW)

OccupationalTherapy Assistant (HS) Performing Arts (CE)

PharmacyTechnician

Philosophy (CE)

Philosophy (NE)

Philosophy (NW)

Philosophy (SE)

Philosophy (SW)

Photography (CE)

(HS)

Physical

Education