Future students

Virtual Information Sessions

With more than 100 programs, five convenient campuses, student clubs and activities and so much more, we know you’ll find YOUR place at HACC.

Our admissions team has planned exciting events to help you through the process of becoming a HACC student. We also value your time, so we do our best to plan events that can work with your busy schedule.Our virtual event offerings take place in a group atmosphere enabling you to meet new friends virtually!

Please check out the events below and sign up for those that interest you. If you have questions, please contact us at start@hacc.edu

We look forward to meeting you soon! 

If you are just beginning the process of learning about HACC and want to know what we are all about, our general information sessions are a great option for you.

Are you wondering how to begin the process of becoming a HACC student? Are you asking what you need to do first? We are here to help you navigate the admissions process and explain the services, programs and opportunities HACC offers.

Please note that these are virtual events. After registering for the event, you will receive an email with the Zoom link to join the session on the day of the event.

Date Time Registration 
May 21 Noon  I want to register for this event
May 21 6 p.m. I want to register for this event
June 18 Noon I want to register for this event
June 18 6 p.m. I want to register for this event


If you are a person of color, a single parent and/or you identify as a member of the LGBTQ+ community, we have information sessions that are designed just for you.

Learn more about what it’s like from people of color, parents and LGBTQ+ individuals at HACC. Please drop in during one of these sessions to learn about ways to succeed at HACC and ask questions about the college experience.



If you want to learn more about becoming a PNC Foundation Social Justice Scholar, please sign up for one of our special information sessions.

The College is offering scholarships to current and future HACC students from historically underrepresented groups who want to make a difference in law enforcement, emergency medical services (EMS), criminal justice and the paralegal field. During these information sessions, admissions professionals will answer your questions about this life-changing opportunity and how to apply.

No sessions are currently scheduled.