HCTC President Dr. Stephen Greiner is delighted to support the continuation of the good work and the new initiatives already occurring at HCTC.
Dr. Greiner notes several key elements at HCTC:
an excellent faculty who help students prepare for transfer to four-year institutions or directly to the workplace; the Student Resource Center, developed to help students achieve; and a wealth of learning opportunities that highlight our community’s talents, including the Kentucky School of Craft; the Kentucky School of Bluegrass and Traditional Music; the Challenger Center; and the 3D Virtual Reality Simulation Center.
“HCTC is strongly supported by its community as is evidenced by an involved HCTC Board of Directors along with two active support boards—the Hazard Independent College Foundation and Lees College, Inc.,” states Dr. Greiner. “Such support is an impressive acknowledgement of the college’s importance to the community.” Please consider a gift to HCTC—here’s more information on your gift and how it can support students and the college.
KCTCS and HCTC are changing to better suit the needs of our students and our state. Visit the KCTCS transformation page to learn more about the 2010-2016 KCTCS Business Plan for Transformation.
Dr.Greiner's welcome message to students.