SB155 FAQ

SB155 FAQ

Q? How do I enroll in SB 155 Courses?
A: It is easy to get started with SB155 courses. First, apply online at www.hutchcc.edu/apply. It is also important to talk with your high school counselor and obtain permission to enroll in an SB155 course. You will need to have a completed permission form to finish the HCC enrollment process and begin taking the course.
Q? Will my class qualify for Senate Bill 155 funding?
A: Utilize the links below to find courses at HCC which are eligible for SB155 funding. Each listing is broken down by location and delivery method.
Q? When can I enroll?
A: Once you have the permission form, and an application on file, an HCC Outreach Coordinator will guide you through the process and enroll you in the class of your choice. It is important to enroll prior to the start of the course. You can check the start dates on the courses by reviewing the listings below.
Q? Is this the same as declaring a major?
A: No, you can take SB155 courses and not declare a major. Students do not declare a major until after graduation, and enrollment in SB155 courses does not require a major designation.
Q? What about books and materials, are those covered?
A: SB155 provides funding only for the tuition in qualified courses. All course fees, textbooks and other materials are the responsibility of the student.
Q? Do I need to have my counselor call you to enroll?
A: HCC works closely with High School counselors to provide the information necessary to enroll in SB155 courses, but you can enroll with your school counselor without calling HCC. However, you must have an application on file with HCC to complete the enrollment process. You can apply online at www.hutchcc.edu/apply.