Henderson Community College

henderson community collegeHenderson Community College (HCC), located in Henderson, Kentucky, is one of 16 two-year, open-admissions colleges of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS). It was established in 1960 under the leadership of the late Dr. Louis C. Alderman, Jr., the first Director of the Northwest Extension of the University of Kentucky. The college became a charter member of the University of Kentucky’s Community College System in 1964, changing its name to Henderson Community College. HCC became a member of KCTCS in 1998. The Hecht S. Lackey Administration Building (the original building) houses administrative and faculty offices as well as classrooms, conference rooms, an interactive TV room (for credit/non-credit instruction and videoconferencing), and the Adult Learning Center (Adult Basic Education/Literacy). Hecht Lackey was the mayor of Henderson and a supporter of the college when it was established. Read more…

  • Address: S Green St 2660, Henderson 
  • City: Henderson 
  • State: Kentucky 
  • Postal Code: 42420 
  • Degree:
    Associate 
  • Avg. Tuition: $10,300 
  • Phone: (270)831-9722  
  • Website: www.hencc.kctcs.edu