Important: COVID-19 Updates

Welcome to the Fall 2020 Semester from HCCC President Dr. Chris Reber (September 2, 2020)

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Mission, Vision and Values Memo (September 30, 2020)

State of the College Address, Fall 2020 College Service Day (August 26, 2020)

Checking In, and an Update (August 14, 2020)

OSHE Restart Plan (July 22, 2020)

To get the latest updates, visit our Return to Campus Task Force page.

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    • INVEST Scholars Program

      National Science FoundationIf you are majoring in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, or Physics and would like to work with the next generation of students, this might be an opportunity for you. The INVEST Scholars Program is focused on preparing talented undergraduates majoring in math and science who are interested in working with students in high need school districts.


      • Financial support which includes up to $15,000 annually in scholarship for the last two years of your program.
      • Participation in a paid four-week summer Immersion Program.
      • Enhanced teaching opportunities working with a math or science professor as a learning assistant.
      • Opportunities to work as a tutor in high-need school districts.
      • Mentoring by university faculty and public school teachers.


      • US citizen or national, or permanent resident alien.
      • Major in Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Mathematics.
      • Major GPA 3.3; Overall GPA 3.0.
      • Junior or Senior Standing.
      • Must sign an agreement to teach in a high-need school district for two years for each year of funding.

      Application Process due by April 1, 2019

      • Complete the Application.
      • Write an Essay Detailing Interest in Teaching in a High Needs District.
      • 2 Letters of Recommendation from a STEM faculty and a professional who can attest to the applicant’s ability to work with children.
      • Submit Postsecondary Transcripts.

      For Information:
      Professor Constance Calandrino at
      Dr. John Hammett at
      Dr. Yosra Badiei at
      Dr. Jennifer Ayala at


      Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program
      The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program “responds to the critical need for K-12 teachers of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) by encouraging talented STEM students and professionals to pursue teaching careers in elementary and secondary schools”. It was first authorized under the National Science Foundation Authorization Act of 2002.