Meet Sarah: Theatre Student
“Amazing program! I’ve gained so much confidence in myself and in my skills in theatre as a result of the professors’ instruction, and the support and encouragement they offered was vital to my growth. The depth of knowledge that is taught here is incredible, too. At HACC I learned in two years what many colleges teach in four.”
Meet Glenna: Graphic Design Student
“At first, I was apprehensive about going to a community college because of the stigmas that surround them. All of these fears were quickly extinguished. Between the great facilities and the exemplary staff, I was able to hone my skills and reach heights I didn’t know existed and build a respectable, highly marketable portfolio. ”
Meet Garrett: Theatre Student
“HACC’s theatre program prepared me to work in a professional environment. The training that I received expanded and strengthened my skillset and made be a more well-rounded performer. As a working actor, HACC Theatre helped me to build up my experience, knowledge and professional attitude that helps me to succeed.”
Meet Paris: Graphic Design Student
“The teachers go above and beyond for their students and strive to push you to be the true creative that you can be. Marjaneh Talebi really does care for her students and their success for the future. I don’t think I would’ve received this type of passion driven and future focused education anywhere else! ”
April 22-24, 2021
by Marjorie Bicknell
A young woman has lost her job, her fiancé, and her dog. All she wants to do is take a little break and go on a discounted vacation. But first, she needs an oil change. She goes to the most trusted place she knows - her Car Club. What could possibly go wrong?
by Matthew Joseph Mercado
Two roommates/vampire brothers have a disconnect. Sig hopes for more companionship and Charles is hoping to finally have the perfect script. Normally okay with the status quo, Sig has had enough and decides to fix the problem to get his friend and brother back.
Virtual Exhibit of Ceramic Sculptures by Chuck Johnson
Aug. 31 - Oct. 1, 2020
Lecture: Oct. 1 at 5:30 p.m.