Admissions at Hutchinson Community College

COVID-19

Update: May 21, 2020

Updated copy of the Hutchinson Community College Recovery Playbook

Update: May 13, 2020

In its ongoing efforts to address the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, HutchCC has created the following documents that outline current plans as we move towards reopening campus.

Hutchinson Community College Recovery Playbook

Program and Classroom Management During COVID-19 Recovery Addendum

Update: May 6, 2020

Commencement Information:  While we would much rather be welcoming our graduates and their family and friends to the Hutchinson Sports Arena, the current situation simply doesn't allow it.  So we can properly recognize and celebrate the achievements of our students, we invite you to join us this Friday, May 8 at 7:00 pm for our virtual commencement ceremony

Update: April 23, 2020

Information on book buyback has been posted in the Student-Academics section.

Update: April 16, 2020

Hutchinson Community College classes for the June summer session will be held fully online in continued response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As is currently the case, there may be some exceptions to this as it pertains to Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses.

A current list of June classes is available and open for enrollment.

A determination on how classes will be offered during the July summer session will not be made until mid-May.

Faculty members should contact their Department Chair with any questions.

Students should contact their instructor or advisor with any questions.

Update: April 15, 2020

On Wednesday, April 15, Governor Laura Kelly extended the statewide stay-at-home order through Sunday, May 3.

Until that time the College will continue operating under the same restrictions currently in place as it relates to employees working from home and delivery of classes.

The College will continue to operate with restricted access to buildings and limited personnel on campus to provide services to its students and the public. Attached is an updated sign for building entrances.

Students should remain in constant contact with their advisors and instructors. The public will be able to reach the College by phone (620-665-3500), e-mail or through the College’s website or employee directory.

Employees should contact their supervisor with any questions.

Update: March 28, 2020

In compliance with the stay-at-home orders issued by the Reno County Commission and Governor Laura Kelly, Hutchinson Community College will be restricting general public access to its buildings at all locations effective Monday, March 30 through April 19. 

The College will continue to operate with select personnel only to provide services to its students and the public.  Students should remain in constant contact with their advisors and instructors. The public will be able to reach the College by phone (620-665-3500), e-mail or through the College’s website or employee directory.

Update: March 23, 2020

Effective Tuesday, March 24, for all staff and administrators, Hutchinson Community College will be on an alternative staffing schedule. Each department will continue to be operational, but with limited staff on campus and others working remotely.  These precautions are being taken in an effort to adhere to social distancing recommendations but still allow the College to provide necessary services.

 

Fellow Blue Dragons:

Trust us when we say we know you’re probably feeling a great deal of anxiety with the current situation in our world and how it’s impacting your life at HutchCC.  We get it.  We feel it, too.  We are dealing with an event that is unprecedented in yours and my generations. We wish we could tell you “what’s next”, but the reality is no one knows.

The spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) is an unprecedented, dynamic and rapidly changing situation. The information provided below is to serve as a resource for our students and their families to better inform them and allow them to succeed academically as we work with them to manage this event

Please understand things are subject to change as necessary in accordance with recommendations issued by federal, state, and local public health and government officials.

You undoubtedly have a lot of questions. We wish we had all of the answers at our fingertips, but we simply don’t. No one does.  But we’re committed to doing our best to help alleviate your concerns.

Sincerely,

Carter
Dr. Carter L. File, President

 

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