The McPherson HutchCC campus is a full service center offering everything from a complete book store to on site financial aid and academic advising.
Book Store: books, school supplies, HCC shirts, and more.
Book Buy Back: end of fall and spring semesters; watch for day and time to be posted.
Financial Aid: financial aid advisor available for one-on-one assistance. Call for an appointment.
Tuition Payment Plan: opportunity to make monthly tuition payments with FACTS.
Enroll, Pay for Class and Get Your ID Made all at our McPherson Campus!
Advisor/ Counselor: available to assist in developing a class schedule and formulating a plan to meet individual goals.
Placement Testing: assessments offered for English, Reading, and Math.
Test Proctoring: call to schedule a test proctor for your online classes.
Career Counseling: individual guidance with career choices including assessments.
Jobseeker Services: Workforce Service Representative available five days a week. Call for an appointment.
Concurrent enrollment partnership student means a person who enrolled in classes at a high school at which approved high school teachers teach college credit classes during the normal school day. He/she is also in either of grades 10,11 or 12 or who is gifted and is acceptable or has been accepted for enrollment at an eligible postsecondary educational institution.
Concurrently enrolled students must meet institutional enrollment requirements, follow institutional procedures regarding assessment/placement, and satisfy course prerequisites. The CEP policy offers more information about student eligibility.
If you are interested in taking courses offered for college credit while in high school, please see your High School Counselor. To access offerings on the HutchCC campus, please go to the course schedule by following the link below.
The admissions application is an easy online step to getting your foot into the door at HutchCC. If you prefer, you can also request a paper application or come by admissions and we will help you fill it out.
To enroll in college credit courses, high school students must have qualifying ACT or HutchCC assessment scores. For the next steps, contact your High School Counselor or the HutchCC admissions office.
Please contact an HutchCC Enrollment Center or your High School Counselor to enroll in your selected courses.