Beginning August 17, fall term classes at Hazard Community and Technical College System will be offered in a variety of formats (barring any further disruption from the pandemic).
HCTC will offer fully online classes as well as face-to-face classes and some options that are a mixture of both. Face-to-face classes will have a strong online or remote instruction part, so if in-person classes must move online for a while the transition will be easier for students. The college also will offer a variety of scheduling options, including 16-week, 12-week and 8-week sessions.
HCTC President Dr. Jennifer Lindon encourages students to apply now for classes beginning this fall, as well as summer classes. “We offer a wide variety of classes, including training for remote jobs. We are seeing folks like the flexibility of working from home. Regardless of the career choice, HCTC is a good place to start.”
HCTC is developing plans to meet social distancing and health requirements and strengthening virtual student support for online and remote classes.
HCTC has a few hands-on summer classes tentatively scheduled for July based on Gov. Andy Beshear’s timelines for facility use. Students and prospective students can enroll online or call admissions at 487-3293.
HCTC will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and follow the governor’s guidelines regarding higher education for the fall term.