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Online Education

Online Education

Welcome to HCC's Online Courses

At HCC, we understand that due to busy schedules, students may find it inconvenient to attend all of their classes on campus. As a result, we currently offer more than 240 online and hybrid courses in a variety of different subjects, with new courses being added each semester. Information about online classes for those seeking a college degree or other credit-bearing credential is available on this page.

Information related to online courses for non-credit programs offered through HCC's Workforce Solutions and Continuing Education Division is available here.

Our online classes are convenient, and they allow you the flexibility to earn your degree at your own pace, while in a location of your choosing. In accordance with our policies, all of our online students are required to take some form of proctored examination. This ensures, that we maintain level of academic integrity within our programs. If you are currently enrolled in a 100% online program, and unable to visit our Testing Center here on campus, please review their webpage for additional options regarding remote testing.

Registration

Registration is the first step to taking any online class here at HCC, then all you will need is access to a computer with a viable internet connection.

The following programs can currently be taken in a 100% online format here at HCC:

Associate’s Degrees (two year programs)

Certificates

Disclaimer: matriculation guidelines may vary by program, students are encouraged to contact their division for a complete list of requirements (e.g. field experience, clinical hours, apprenticeships) prior to enrolling in any online program.

NC-SARA

Hagerstown Community College (HCC) has been authorized by The National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA) to offer online education, to students residing in all states covered by their membership agreement. A copy of the current NC-SARA policy manual can be found on their website.

If you are an out-of-state student taking online or hybrid courses, and you wish to file a grievance about violations of NC-SARA policies, you may do so using the following complaint form.

For further details, regarding student resources provided through HCC’s NC-SARA membership, please visit their website.