The Huron Community Campus/Fine Arts Center, located at 939 Ohio Ave SW, provides access to accredited post-secondary courses and certified technical training through the use of classrooms, video conferencing and the internet. The Fine Arts Center has a theatre used by the Huron Arts Council, Huron Area Community Theatre, Huron Symphony Orchestra, and other groups for outstanding local productions.
Huron Community campus teams with highly respected South Dakota colleges and universities to provide a comprehensive menu of courses and classes. The partnership offers educational options for students of all levels to invest in themselves in order to achieve professional and personal goals.
- HCC provides access to accredited post-secondary course and certified technical training locally.
- HCC has a broad spectrum of class offerings for life-long learning.
- HCC has strong cooperation with local businesses for work force development, placement, and retention.
- HCC offers a conducive environment for learning where everyone can be involved and engaged.
Classes will be held in the newly renovated Huron Community Campus/Fine Arts Center and the Campus Center located at 939 Ohio Ave SW in Huron. The facility has six classrooms, one video conference classroom and an auditorium. Classes will be held through a combination of face-to-face, video conference and internet instruction.
Through video conferencing, internet, and face-to face classes, HCC can tailor your schedule to meet your needs. We will meet with each student individually and customize their schedule so classes can be taken weekdays, weeknights, or weekends. You tell us what works for you and we will work to create the best schedule possible.
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The costs for each of our programs are set by our partner schools and their governing bodies. Because HCC has so many ways to assist students with their education, we wish to remind students that the costs listed for each program are often not the amount that students end up paying with their personal funds. We ask each person interested in attending HCC to contact us at 353-8518 or email us for additional information about costs.
All Huron Community Campus students currently receive a half-tuition stipend up to $1500 for first year students and up to $1000 for second year students.
Northern State University
Undergraduate program costs are $40 per credit hour due to an agreement between the SD Board of Regents, NSU, and HUF. Students are also charged a $10 per credit hour rental fee. Total tuition and fees for undergraduate programs offered through NSU come to $50 per credit hour.
Graduate online program costs are $100.00 per credit hour for the Mater's in Education program beginning Fall 2014.
SD Board of Regents Online Classes
Undergraduate online program costs are $312.90 per credit hour.