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February 2007

Personal finance courses offered at HCC

HCC's Center for Continuing Education has two upcoming classes for students interested in learning more about personal finance and wealth building on Mon., March 26, and Tues., March 27.

HCC Foundation Scholarship applications now being accepted

Hagerstown Community College announces that scholarship applications for the 2007-2008 academic year are now available for new and returning students in degree programs of study.

TEDCO funding briefing at HCC

The Maryland Technology Development Corporation (TEDCO) will hold a funding briefing at HCC's Technical Innovation Center on Friday, Feb. 23 from 2 to 3:30 p.m.

Financial Markets: Outlook 2007 to be discussed

HCC’s Technical Innovation Center (TIC) will show a DVD of the recent live webcast from the MIT Enterprise Forum and the MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge entitled, “Financial Markets: Outlook 2007.”

Honor Society inducts 58

Phi Theta Kappa, the national honor society at Hagerstown Community College, recently inducted 58 members in the College’s Kepler Theater.

Hedge Apple available on Web site

Hagerstown Community College’s annual literary magazine publication, “Hedge Apple,” is now available at the college’s Web site,

Computer CPR offered at HCC's Valley Mall Center

If you’ve ever felt helpless because of computer problems, come visit HCC’s Computer CPR Clinic at the Valley Mall on Sat., Feb. 24. Students from HCC’s Information Technology Association will be providing consulting and repair services for home computer headaches.

Gymkana Troupe to perform at HCC

HCC hosts the University of Maryland Gymkana Troupe on Sat., Feb.17, at 7 p.m. in the College’s Athletic, Recreation and Community Center (ARCC).

Optometry Lecture Series to be held at HCC

Hagerstown Community College Center for Continuing Education is hosting an Allegany Optical/National Optometry Continuing Education Lecture Series VII on Sunday, February 25.

Real Estate Investors Seminar Series

Hagerstown Community College Center for Continuing Education will again this year conduct a series of seminars for real estate investors in Washington County.