ACADEMIC PROGRAMS SCHOLARSHIP AREAS
Our goals for student success are to provide opportunities to earn your associate degree, complete a techinical certificate, or enhance your skill set to meet your career objectives.
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• Math • Accounting • Chiropractic • Multimedia & Sports • Agriculture • Dental Hygiene Management • Art • Dentistry • Athletic Trainer • Personal Fitness Trainer • Engineering • Photography • Biology • Forestry • Science • Business • Medicine • Speech Communications* • Nursing • English • Graphic Design • Sustainability • Optometry • Theatre • History* • Pharmacy • Human Services • Vocal Music • Physical Science • Criminal Justice • Physical Therapy • Early Childhood • Respiratory Therapy • Education • Veterinarian • Psychology • Social Work FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF PROGRAMS • Sociology
TUITION: $73 + $50 FEES $ Per Credit Hour *Scholarships not available in this area
HIGHLAND BY THE NUMBERS FOUNDED IN
MASCOT SCOTTIE DOG
IN-STATE OR OUT-OF-STATE SAME RATE
College is one of the best experiences of your life. From people, athletics, social events, clubs and activities—Student Life at Highland adds to your academic experience with a variety of events that bring students together in fun and engaging activities.
HIGHLAND CAMPUS STUDENT BODY
STUDENT: TEACHER RATIO
OF STUDENTS HAVE A SCHOLARSHIP SCHOLARSHIP AREAS
✓ ACADEMIC ✓ TECHNICAL FEMALE TO MALE ✓ ATHLETIC
PER CREDIT HOUR (FOR HIGHLAND CAMPUS)
Learn more at a campus visit. Schedule your tour at VISIT.HIGHLANDCC.EDU
Clubs and Organizations • Ag Club • Art Club • Athletic Training Club • Gender Sexuality Alliance • KS National Education-Student Program • Phi Theta Kappa • Student-Government Association • Scottie Prints • Campus Christian Fellowship • Business Club • International Club • Go Green Team Events • 100-ft slip n’ slide • Block Party • Open Mic Night • Talent Show • Deal or No Deal • Food Trucks • Grocery Bingo • Hypnotist • Family Feud • Stand Up Comedy • And More!
Intramural Sports • Indoor Soccer • Flag Football • Mud Volleyball • Dodgeball • 5 on 5 Basketball • 3 on 3 Basketball • Ping Pong • 3-Point Contest • Kickball
Living on campus
At Highland, life on campus is vibrant! Living on campus provides you opportunities to socialize, meet new people, get involved with a variety of activities, form life-long friendships and learn about other cultures. Residence life is one of the highlights from a students’ time at Highland.
Campus housing comes furnished and provides students with several important amenities:
& STUDENT LIFE
can be one of the most memorable aspects of college! Students who live on campus are also more likely to complete their college education. Full-time students may choose from two, three, or four-bedroom apartments in one of 22 residential facilities. Students who live on campus will join a community of 500 students.
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Apartment-style housing Wi-Fi, utilities included in room and board rates Fully furnished 18 meals/week with $200 flex spending
SCOTTIES compete in...
Highland Community College has 14 competitive athletic programs. Over 250 athletes will suit up in the navy & gold this year and represent their program.
• MEN’S TRACK & FIELD
Highland athletes make up approximately forty percent of our Highland campus enrollment and are a huge part of the Highland Community College experience for everyone. Students get into home games for free with a student ID!
• WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
• WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY
• MEN’S BASKETBALL
• WOMEN’S SOCCER
• MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY
• WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD
(coming fall 2020)
Softball, Region VI District E Champions KJCCC Division II Champions
Volleyball, KJCCC Division II Champions
Men’s Basketball, KJCCC Division II Champions
$5 million invested in athletic facilities in the last five years
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WATCH LIVE ON THE SCOTTIE SPORTS NETWORK
WWW.SCOTTIEATHLETICS.COM HCCSCOTTIES HCCSCOTTIES HCCSCOTTIES
✓ 9 teams nationally ranked ✓ 26 All-Conference/All-Region honors in Fall 2018 ✓ Conference Champions
NJCAA Indoor Track and Field National Champion
20. Student Housing: a. 404 W. Avenue b. 406 W. Avenue 21. North Apartments: a. 501-503 N. Avenue b. 505-507 North Avenue c.509-511 N. Avenue 22. Practice Field - 500 W. Avenue 23. Outdoor Recreation - 604 W. Vermont 24. Highland Community Ballpark - 604 W. Vermont 25. Kessinger Field - 577 W. Illinois 26. Scottie Park - 257 E. Pennsylvania St 27. Track/Soccer Field - 300 W. Avenue 28. Agriculture Building - 606 W. Colorado
h. Highlander - 310 N. Prairie i. Hearthford - 407 N. Elmira j. Huntington - 703 W. Missouri k. Hollyoak - 709 W. Missouri l. Hampton - 406 N. Prairie m. Scottie Place - 801 W. Missouri n. Sunflower Place - 803 W. Missouri
Complete the application for admission online at: HIGHLANDCC.EDU/APPLY Submit an official high school transcript upon graduation as well as official copies of college transcripts from previous institutions you’ve attended.
For students living on the Highland campus, you must fill out your housing contract plus submit your $150 deposit as soon as possible. WWW.HIGHLANDCC.EDU/HOUSING
Highland campus students must register for a new student enrollment day or complete an enrollment request, available on our website. WWW.HIGHLANDCC.EDU/ENROLLMENT
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Have you taken the ACT/SAT? If so, send HCC your scores. If not, you may schedule an appointment to take the ACCUPLACER test, or for technical programs the WorkKeys test, prior to enrollment. HIGHLANDCC.EDU/TESTING
Complete the FAFSA as early as October 1 at: WWW.STUDENTAID.ED.GOV HCC School Code: 001921 Scholarships are available to students attending the Highland campus only. Scholarship application deadlines: Fall - June 1 | Spring - November 1
HCC welcomes you! You can meet with academic advisors and learn about scholarships. Schedule a time to experience what Highland Community College has to offer. VISIT.HIGHLANDCC.EDU 28
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Ben Allen Field House - 502 W. Main Irvin Hall - 508 W. Main SSC/SSS Porter Family Stadium - 508 W. Illinois Barber Room - 508 W. Illinois David Reist Administration Building - 602 W. Main Hamacher Court - between Admin & LSU Library - Student Union - Scottie Pause Bookstore (LSU) - 606 W. Main Ellis Hall - 102 S. Elmira Street Jack D. Nutt Math-Science Bldg. (MS) - 101 N. Elmira Culbertson Auditorium - 101 N. Elmira Communication Technology Building (CT) - 101 N. Elmira Peuker Plaza - 204 N. Prairie Yost Hall - 702 W. Illinois Walters Wellness Center - 205 N. Prairie Prairie Hall - 804 W. Ohio Piper Hall - 808 W. Ohio Heritage Hall - 205 N. Elmira Rubeti Hall - 301 N. Elmira Campus Apartments:
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ESTABLISHED IN 1858 | HIGHLAND, KS | WWW.HIGHLANDCC.EDU | (785) 442-6000 For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit http://highlandcc.edu/pages/gainful-employment. Highland Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or handicap in admission or access to or treatment of employment in its programs and activities. For assistance or additional clarification please contact the Title IV Coordinator at 785-442-6000. Highland Community College does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, disability, age, religion, genetic information, marital status, veteran’s status, sexual orientation, or other factors that cannot be lawfully considered in its programs and activities as required by all applicable laws and regulations. Inquiries concerning the college’s compliance with its nondiscrimination policies may be referred to the Vice President for Student Services or Human Resources Manager. Highland Community College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org), a regional accreditation agency recognized by the US Department of Education. To use your Veterans Administration, VA education benefits, you must enroll in classes at HCC and then be certified by the HCC Registrar’s office. Please speak with your ESO or counselor within your military service branch prior to enrolling.
WESTERN CENTER (BAILEYVILLE) 785.442.6240
WAMEGO CENTER 785.442.6280
PERRY CENTER 785.442.6400
TECHNICAL CENTER (ATCHISON) 785.442.6180
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