Haywood Community College opened in August 1965 as Haywood Industrial Education Center with one curriculum program and 39 students. Today, HCC offers over 50 curricular programs to thousands of students. HCC provides accessible, affordable, and high-quality education, workforce training, and lifelong learning.
The departments of Arts, Sciences, and Natural Resources; Business and Industry; and Health and Human Services provide learners with the opportunity to earn a degree, diploma, or certificate in 23 different programs of study that prepare students for technical careers or college transfer. HCC offers a wide range of online courses and online programs, including many that can be completed fully online.
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