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  • Klauber named HCC president

    The Hagerstown Community College Board of Trustees today announced the appointment of Jim Klauber as the president of the college, effective June 1. 

  • HCC students to perform “Dr. Faustus”

    Students from Hagerstown Community College’s Elements of Dramatic Production course will perform Christopher Marlowe’s “Dr. Faustus,” from Thursday, March 22, through Sunday, March 25, in the Kepler Center Blackbox Theater on HCC’s main campus. 

  • HCC literary magazine accepting submissions worldwide

    Hagerstown Community College’s literary magazine, the Hedge Apple, is no longer limited to submissions from HCC students and faculty. Contributors worldwide are encouraged to submit stories, poems, and artwork, as well as video, audio, and mixed media submissions. In addition to being open for general submissions on a rolling basis, submissions are now being accepted for upcoming themed issues.

  • HCC holds fall fest at Children’s Learning Center

    The Children’s Learning Center at Hagerstown Community College held its annual Fall Fest on October 13. Teachers planned a variety of outdoor activities that included an obstacle course, crafts, bean bag toss, a campus “pumpkin patch,” and other games. 

  • Kris Kringle Holiday Craft Show to be held at HCC

    The 33rd annual Kris Kringle Holiday Craft Show will be held at Hagerstown Community College on Saturday, November 19, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, November 20, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., in the Athletic, Recreation and Community Center (ARCC) on campus. 

  • HCC alumni find success in alternative energy industry

    Graduates from Hagerstown Community College’s alternative energy technology program have successfully found employment in the regional solar industry. One HCC graduate, Ryan Ballard, launched his own solar company, Western Maryland Solar.

  • October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month

    During the month of October, HCC is hosting several cybersecurity-related events for students, including a field trip to the MSP Forensics Lab in Pikesville, MD, a Forensics Demo at the Washington County Public Library, and two showings of the film WarGames.