Important: COVID-19 Updates

Welcome to the Fall 2020 Semester from HCCC President Dr. Chris Reber (September 2, 2020)

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State of the College Address, Fall 2020 College Service Day (August 26, 2020)

Checking In, and an Update (August 14, 2020)

OSHE Restart Plan (July 22, 2020)


To get the latest updates, visit our Return to Campus Task Force page.


For a Healthcare Questionnaire (required before entering any HCCC facility), please click here.

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    • Resources for Online Students

      Apply Online
      Students can usually complete applications online. To apply you can find the directions at http://www.hccc.edu/apply/ and the form is available here.

      Netiquette Guide for Online Courses
      Netiquette provides some basic guidelines about how to behave online to reduce online misunderstandings and miscommunications; view Hudson Online’s Netiquette Guide.

      Canvas Support
      Support is available 24 hrs., every day of the year! To get technical support on Canvas you can email: support@instructure.com or phone: 833-685-8350

      IT Help Desk
      If you need help with your account, Email: itshelp@hccc.edu or phone: 201-360-4310. To get some helpful information and Acceptable Use policy, visit their Website at https://myhudson.hccc.edu/its/

      Tutoring
      Online Tutoring is available to all HCCC students. Smarthinking, an online tutoring service, is available in every course on the Canvas course menu. It is available 24-hr, every day of the year. Note: If you need to request additional hours, or discuss issues contact the HCCC tutoring service, email: tc@hccc.edu or phone: 201-360-4187. You can visit their website at: https://my.hccc.edu/tutoring

      Chromebboks for Loan
      If you need to borrow a computer, go to https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/505f7e6a3a984f24a171a3ae3837950f. Links to an external site and fill out a request. IT will be in touch with you.

      Library
      We have a beautiful award-winning library. To get assistance with readings, research, books Email: librarian@hccc.edu or phone: 201-360-4360. There is information on their Website: https://library.hccc.edu/

      Financial Aid
      Fully online students pay the same low tuition at HCCC as in county students. To get help with Financial Aid, Email: financial_aid@hccc.edu or phone: 201-360-4200 More information is available at : https://my.hccc.edu/fa

      Career Services
      Students are provided help with resumes and job searches. Online students can access Career Services by phone, email and video conference, by appointment – nights and weekends included!
      Contact Addie, Nicola, Maria and Victoria
      Phone: 201-360-4184 Email: career@hccc.edu
      Portal site: https://myhudson.hccc.edu/career-services

      Mental Health Counseling & Wellness
      HCCC offers Mental Health Counseling & Wellness services that aim to foster the psychological health and well-being of students by helping them overcome obstacles that may otherwise prevent them from attaining academic, personal and professional goals. Note that this is not the same as Advisement or Accessibility services but can be used along with those. Please click the link below to see more infrmation.
      https://my.hccc.edu/mental-health-counseling-wellness-center

      Advisement & Counseling
      Please note that all students are supposed to work with an advisor prior to registering. You can email them at advising@live.hccc.edu and counseling@hccc.edu or phone: 201-360-4150. Visit the Website https://my.hccc.edu/advisement for more information.

      Accessibility Services
      For getting accessibility information and assistance, Email: as@hccc.edu or phone: 201-360-4163. Please visit the Website for more information: https://my.hccc.edu/as

      Student Grievance Procedures
      Under present student grievance procedures, students are free to take their concerns to a variety of College and/or student groups to be heard, but certain steps should be followed:

      A. Complaints related to the academic experience - e.g., instructor methods, grades, class requirements, etc., (refer students to catalog for grade appeal procedure):
      1. Faculty Member
      2. Division Associate Dean
      3. Dean of Instruction
      4. Executive Vice President and Provost
      5. President

      B.Complaints related to College employees (faculty/staff) regarding sexual, racial, religious and homophobic harassment:
      1. Title IX Coordinator(s)
      2. President

      C.Administrative decisions related to payment (e.g., refunds, outstanding obligations, fees, deferred payments, etc.)
      1. Controller
      2. Vice President for Business and Finance/CFO
      3. President

      D.Complaints related to support services for students with disabilities:
      1. Coordinator of Accessibility Support Services
      2. Associate Dean of Student Success
      3. Associate Dean of Student Affairs
      4. Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment
      5. President

      E.Security issues (e.g., property damage, thefts, etc.)
      1. Executive Director of Security & Security
      2. Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment
      3. President

      The Student Government Association often serves as an appropriate vehicle for airing student complaints in the first instance, particularly ifsuch complaints affect a significant portion of the student population. The listing above indicates examples of student grievance procedures. Students are invited to look upon the Student Services Office as a resource for any concern they may have about their enrollment at HCCC. None of the above procedures, or any regulations cited in the Student Handbook, impedes (precludes) students’ right to seek recourse through the public or civil courts. Students enjoy the same freedom of speech, peaceful assembly, and the right to petition that any other citizens enjoy, and as members of the College community, they also are subject to the same duties society places on others.