Academic Advisement

Life After HCC Workshop: Transfer 101

Life After HCC Free Workshop Series

How do you know what to look for when it’s time to decide on your transfer university? Chris Baer, HCC transfer advisor, will let you know what questions to ask to be sure your next step is the right one. There will be free snacks and prize drawings. This workshop will be held in the LSC and is free and open to all students.

Date:
Wednesday, April 8, 2015 - 2:30pm

Transfer Programs

Transfer programs are degrees with the headings, A.A., A.S., or A.A.T. Transfer programs meet basic requirements of the first two years of college programs for students who plan to transfer to an upper-level college or university and complete the last two years of study. Administration of Justice Arts and Sciences Biology Business Administration Chemistry Computer Science Cybersecurity Early Childhood Education Education Elementary Education Engineering (Science) English English Education Foreign Language General Studies Health, Physical Education and Leisure Studies History Human Services Mathematics Music Paralegal Studies Physics Political Science Pre-Pharmacy Psychology Sociology Theater Visual Arts

Spring Transfer Fair

The annual Spring Transfer Fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Career Programs Building, rooms 211-213. Over 35 regional four-year colleges and universities will be in attendance. This event is free and is open to all HCC students. For more information, contact Chris Baer at wcbaer@hagerstowncc.edu.

Date:
Monday, March 30, 2015 - 10:00am

15 to Finish

Hagerstown Community College is committed to helping students complete their degree programs and graduate on time. The “15 to Finish” campaign helps students to understand that, when possible, taking 15 credits a semester will help them to graduate on time and save money. Did you know? It takes an average of 5 years for a part-time student to complete an Associate’s Degree. Students who take 15 or more credits every semester can finish in 2 years. Students who take 15 credits their first semester are 50% more likely to graduate than other students. Full-time students get better grades than part-time students. Students risk losing Federal financial aid if they don’t finish their programs in a timely manner. Associate degree graduates earn $500 more every month than high school graduates. Visit an advisor today to talk about how you can take advantage of all of the benefits of 15 to Finish. Data on the benefit of taking 15 credits comes from the work of Complete College America. The “15 to Finish” logo is used with permission, and was designed by the University of Hawaii system.