Henderson Community College To Offer Winter Term Courses

Several different courses will be offered from December 15 to January 17.

Posted: Nov 10, 2020 8:47 AM

Local community college will offer a winter term, starting next month.

Henderson Community College has announced that they will offer eight courses that will start on December 15 and end on January 17.

"Winter term classes provide visting students a unique learning opportunity as HCC's tuition ranks among the lowest in the state," according to Dr. Chad Phillips, Registar at HCC.

"This new term also gives both new and current students the chance to complete some of their general education requirements before the spring semester begins."

The eight courses include:

- History of the U.S. Since 1865

- Introduction to Interpersonal Communication

- General Psychology

- Human Services Survey

- Medical Terminology

- Introduction to Computers

- Achieving Academic Success

- Introduction to Applied Statistics

The courses are available to current and new students, plus those visting from other institution.  To register for the winter term, contact their admissions and advising staff at 270-827-6158.

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