Students learn the ancient art of Raku pottery, an art form that originated in Japan in the 16th century. The process requires a specific fire and glaze sequence to produce the rich colors and tones for raku pieces. HCC has a rich fine arts program, with instructors who are also noted studio artists themselves.
Theatre students have the opportunity to perform annually in the spring musical production. In 2014, the students performed the classic Fiddler on the Roof, and in 2015 are set to debut the light-hearted musical Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. The show is set for April 9-11, and tickets are available at 620-665-3393.
The HCC Theatre department puts on several productions each year, featuring both HCC students, community members and professional actors who come together for some of the top college theatre productions in the state of Kansas. HCC Theatre has won numerous awards and held several noted productions in the Kennedy Center and Irene Ryan competitions.
Students planning to enroll at Hutchinson Community College in the Fall of 2015 can sign up for one of the four upcoming Enrollment Days.
Students will meet with advisors, learn more about majors and career choices and receive information about campus activities and housing opportunities.
The Hutchinson Community College Natural Science, Social Science, and Mathematics Department are holding a series of Math Prep sessions for students who are looking for a review of math skills and terminology. The sessions are designed for incoming students who will be taking the math placement exam, need some mathematics refreshers or have not taken a recent algebra course.