Committed to success for everyone, the Student Success Center at Hutchinson Community College is ready to help you succeed in your educational career. Our knowledgeable staff is trained and prepared to provide excellent academic support and is available to counsel students in the academic and life skills needed to succeed at the collegiate level.
The problems you may experience while navigating through college life can prevent you from performing at your maximum potential. If you are experiencing personal difficulties, social problems, or trouble performing to your potential, seek assistance from HutchCC's Professional Counseling staff.More Information
An essential part of your college experience involves an internal exploration of your interests, skills, and values as well as an external search of the jobs and careers available. Career Zone is our official resume and job posting service.
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Everyone needs help now and then to understand difficult concepts, to get schoolwork organized, or to move past a mental block. To help you succeed in your classes, HutchCC has many tutors whom you can visit for free, based in the Rimmer Learning Resource Center.Tutoring Services
The Accessibility Services coordinator at HutchCC collaborates with students, administrators, faculty, and staff to ensure access to reasonable and appropriate accommodations for academic programs, student involvement, and residence life.More Information
Prior to registering for classes, some students may need to take English and Math placement tests as part of the admission process. Assessment Services offers Accuplacer testing at our campuses in Hutchinson, McPherson, and Newton, or at approved testing centers nationwide. HutchCC utilizes the ACT exam, Accuplacer Next Generation placement tests, and high school GPA for course placement.
Academic advising services are provided to current and prospective students who are undecided or interested in a General Studies curriculum by professional academic advisors in the Student Success Center. Students who have declared a college major are advised by advisors from their academic department and may contact the department chair to speak to a departmental advisor. Academic advisors help students set practical and realistic academic goals; interpret academic assessment results; and provide information about degree options, course selection, enrollment restrictions, and transfer options.
The college offers a comprehensive parallel program of freshman-sophomore requirements for baccalaureate degrees in four-year institutions. Students who will be transferring to a baccalaureate-granting institution should study that institution's catalog, consult with their advisor, and enroll in community college courses that satisfy transfer requirements.