Three programs at Hutchinson Community College will conclude their studies for the year with pinning ceremonies for their December graduates.
Members of the HCC Administration put on their aprons and gloves this week to prepare pancakes and bacon for students preparing for the fall finals schedule. More than 250 students enjoyed the free late-night snack as they studied for the first day of final exams at the college.
The Fall 2013 semester is winding down, and the college is preparing for Winter QuickTerm and Spring 2014. There is still time to be part of it all, enroll now!
Students in General Psychology created trivia games as final projects in class this semester. The questions covered material from each chapter and unit over the entire semester.
General Psychology is one of many general education transfer credits that HCC offers in person, online and in outreach locations. For the affordable price of $89 a credit hour, students can take courses to transfer to nearly every institution in Kansas.
HCC President Dr. Edward E. Berger has announced his retirement, effective July 1, 2014.
Berger has been President of Hutchinson Community College since 1991, and has worked at the College since 1981.
Hutchinson Community College Theatre Department will present the drama Othello on November 14-16. The show will be held at 7:30 p.m. nightly at the Stringer Fine Arts Recital Hall on the HCC campus.
Othello is the classic William Shakespeare play focusing on issues of race, fidelity and loyalty. The production will feature professional actor Keenan Ramos in the lead role of Othello. Ramos is a noted actor, including appearances in The Kennedy Center in The Last Black Play and Teddy Roosevelt and the Treasure of Ursa Major.