Students in the HCC Allied Health programs are able to practice hands-on learning in a variety of laboratory and clinical settings. Students are given the opportunity to work with state-of-the-art mannequin simulators, along with opportunities to work alongside practicing professionals in the field.
HCC offers a variety of nursing and allied health training education, both with in-person and online options.
Students planning to enroll at Hutchinson Community College in the Fall of 2013 can sign up for one of the four upcoming Enrollment Days.
Students will meet with advisors, learn more about majors and career choices and receive information about campus activities and housing opportunities.
From March 17-22, the 67th Annual NJCAA Mens' Division I Basketball tournament will be held at the historic Hutchinson Sports Arena. Hutchinson has been home to the tournament for more than 60 years, and "The Tournament" has become an annual tradition in the area. Some of the best college talent in America will converge on the city to compete for the coveted national title.
Gabriel Purdy, the Manager and Instructor with the Anatoly Karpov International School of Chess in Lindsborg, was a recent guest lecturer in a Work Ethics class on campus. He encouraged students to always learn from their losses and to not move into a downward spiral when a poor move was made, both in Chess and in life.
The Chess Club is one of many activities available to HCC students each year. To learn more about our student organizations visit.
Radiology is one of the programs being featured in March as the program of the month at HCC.
Radiologic Technology teaches people to use knowledge of anatomy and physiology, body positioning, and radiation protection to create medical images, including x-rays. The program also offers training in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) for registered technologists.
The students learn in hands-on situations with some of the latest equipment available to the field.