Hutchinson Community College

. . . Dr. Rob Holmes points out structures and features of a human brain in Human A&P Students in Biology I lab

Burning

Fire Science is our featured program of the month. With a dedicated, professional faculty and staff, HCC Fire Science provides an educational opportunity that is challenging, rewarding and meaningful to students. HCC’s Fire Science program provides hands-on instruction utilizing the latest in equipment, as well as an emphasis on positive work habits and teamwork. The program prepares students for careers in both municipal departments and in wildland and other fire science employment areas.

Responding

Emergency Medical Sciences (EMS) is our featured program of the month. We offer training at the entry-level of the profession or more advanced training designed for individuals interested in providing care to patients in the pre-hospital setting at the life-support level. The program provides participants with opportunities to gain information, skills and attitudes necessary for certification and practice as paramedics in the state of Kansas.

Tournament Time

HCC will help play host to two major basketball tournaments in the month of March. Action begins on March 11, with the tipoff of the Kansas State High School Athletic Association Boys and Girls Class 3A State Championships. The tournament, featuring some of the top prep talent in the state, continues through March 14. From March 16-21, the 68th Annual NJCAA Mens' Division I Basketball tournament will be held at the historic Hutchinson Sports Arena.

Exploring

Science and Transfer Studies are the February Programs of the Month at Hutchinson Community College. The Natural Science, Social Science and Mathematics department provides a strong foundation in the fundamentals of biology, chemistry, physics, education, nutrition, physical education, psychology, sociology, and math that will serve as a cornerstone for your future academic, civic, and career success.


Digesting

Biology students explored starch digestion by studying salivary amylase, an enzyme that digests starch. Students collected saliva samples and analyzed how quickly starches were digested through a series of laboratory tests in the HCC state of the art science lab rooms.

Burning

Fire Science is our featured program of the month. With a dedicated, professional faculty and staff, HCC Fire Science provides an educational opportunity that is challenging, rewarding and meaningful to students. HCC’s Fire Science program provides hands-on instruction utilizing the latest in equipment, as well as an emphasis on positive work habits and teamwork. The program prepares students for careers in both municipal departments and in wildland and other fire science employment areas.

Responding

Emergency Medical Sciences (EMS) is our featured program of the month. We offer training at the entry-level of the profession or more advanced training designed for individuals interested in providing care to patients in the pre-hospital setting at the life-support level. The program provides participants with opportunities to gain information, skills and attitudes necessary for certification and practice as paramedics in the state of Kansas.

Tournament Time

HCC will help play host to two major basketball tournaments in the month of March. Action begins on March 11, with the tipoff of the Kansas State High School Athletic Association Boys and Girls Class 3A State Championships. The tournament, featuring some of the top prep talent in the state, continues through March 14. From March 16-21, the 68th Annual NJCAA Mens' Division I Basketball tournament will be held at the historic Hutchinson Sports Arena.

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