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  • Next Step Welcome Orientation

    What are your financial goals? Maybe you want to own a home, improve your credit or save and pay for college. Whatever you’re trying to accomplish, Next Step can help you become financially independent. Are you ready to the Next Step toward your goals? Stop by a Next Step Welcome Orientation. Date: Tuesday, August 4 Time: 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. Place: ... [Read more.]

  • Free Business Solutions Showcase

    Join us for the free Business Solutions Showcase for professional development We know you can’t put a price on professional development, that’s why our Business Solutions Showcase is free this year! Business Solutions Showcase Date: Tuesday, August 25 Time: 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Place: Astroth Community Education Center, 1500 W. Raab Road. Cost: ... [Read more.]

  • Heartland hosts Chinese delegates at Normal campus

    Heartland is hosting 46 delegates from China as part of the International Institute for Teaching and Learning (IITL). The delegates arrive June 23 from 14 different institutions within Jiangsu Province, China and will stay until August 12. During their visit, the delegates will experience the American educational system, language and culture. IITL ... [Read more.]

  • HCC exhibit features ceramics by Erin Furimsky

    (Pictured above: Essential/Nonsensical; 2015; white earthenware, multiple firings, fabric; 16" x 34" x 6") On display June 1 – July  24 The Joe McCauley Gallery is displaying Beyond Beckoning by Erin Furimsky from Monday, June 1 through Friday, July 24. Place: ICB 2507 Beyond Beckoning features Furimsky's hand-built, sculptural ceramic forms with ... [Read more.]

  • Kelli Hill announced as new VP

    On Wednesday, May 20, Heartland Community College announced Kelli Hill as the College’s new vice president of continuing education and advancement. Hill previously served Heartland as executive director of planning and collaborative efforts; her new role is effective June 8. As vice president, Hill will provide executive leadership, direction and ... [Read more.]

  • Apply for YEP technology scholarships

    HCC’s Community Education department is offering six, full scholarships for Youth Enrichment Program (YEP) technology classes this summer. The summer camps are for students entering grades 3-5 or 6-8. The need-based scholarships are part of a grant from the Youth Engaged in Philanthropy fund from the Illinois Prairie Community Foundation Apply by ... [Read more.]

  • 2015 graduation speaker knows about persistence

    Driven to succeed Thanks to his experience at Heartland, John Bierbaum is “living the dream.” “I have no bad days. Every day I get to wake up and do what I love to do …teach at my alma mater with those who inspired me.” Bierbaum is a teacher at Normal West high school and the recipient of Heartland’s 2015 Distinguished Alumni Award, which ... [Read more.]

  • Heartland student-athlete receives award

    Heartland student-athlete receives 2015 All-American Athlete Award Congratulations to HCC student-athlete, Marcus Pingleton, on receiving the 2015 All-American Athlete Award for his outstanding athletic and academic accomplishments. He is the first athlete from Heartland to receive the prestigious award given by the National Strength & Conditioning ... [Read more.]

  • Amanda Jones named Top Administrative Professional

    HCC’s Amanda Jones named Top Administrative Professional by McLean County Chamber of Commerce Congratulations to HCC Facilities Clerk, Amanda Jones, for receiving the 2015 McLean County Chamber of Commerce Top Administrative Professional award. Nominated by Executive Director of Facilities, Jim Hubbard, Jones received the award at the Annual ... [Read more.]

  • Nate Metzger named Star for LIFE

    Congrats to Heartland Athletic Director and Head Baseball Coach, Nate Metzger, on being selected as one of the Stay 4 program’s 20 Stars for LIFE. The Great Plains LIFE (Laborers’ International Funding for Education) foundation is a nonprofit organization where volunteers engage and inspire students with limited resources and help them graduate ... [Read more.]

  • Heartland paints the town teal

    Paint the town teal When it comes to sexual assault awareness, Director of Athletics Nate Metzger says getting his athletes involved is the right thing to do. Metzger and Heartland athletes teamed up with HCC’s Student Counseling Services for Paint the Town Teal, which is one of the handful of events Heartland hosted in April for Sexual Assault ... [Read more.]