In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, no classes will be held on Heartland Community College campuses from Wednesday, November 26 through Saturday, November November 29.
College adminstrative offices will remain open on Wednesday, November 26 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Offices will reopen for business and classes will resume on Monday, December 1.
Heartland wishes its students, faculty, staff and the community a safe and happy Thanksgiving.
The Guided Path to Success (GPS) Workshop Series includes sessions designed to help you with study techniques, life skills and career readiness.
The focus for fall semester is Personal Success. Upcoming topics include:
Workshop sessions occur every Thursday from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in ICB 2303.
Earn one free academic credit by participating in seven different workshops throughout the semester and completing the “after” workshop assignments and a reflective essay.
The workshop series is free and open to any HCC student, so bring a friend along! Come ready to learn how to become more successful during your college years and beyond.
For more information, contact Jen Vieley at (309) 268-8055 or email email@example.com.
Heartland Community College has a voluntary text messaging service that will be used to deliver information about on-campus emergencies. HCC will only send text alerts when there is a serious safety concern affecting campus -- including any campus closures due to severe weather.
Students, faculty and staff may text the message hccalerts to the number 292929 to enroll in the emergency text message service. A confirmation text will be sent to your mobile device indicating that the emergency notification service has been activated. HCC does not charge a fee for this service. Review your particular mobile device's texting or data plan for service details specific to your account. HCC will not share your phone number or mobile information with any other organizations.
For additional information about Heartland's commitment to student, faculty, staff and community safety, please watch Heartland's Safety Video.