HCTC’s dedication to transforming students’ lives extends outside the classroom. We provide a variety of resources designed to assist you in achieving your educational goals.
We offer tutoring in a variety of subjects, computers for student use, and a convenient place to study. For more information, call (606) 487-3109 or (606) 665-7521, ext. 73406.
Student Support Services, a federally funded grant program for first generation and/or low-income students and/or students with disabilities, is located in the Student Resource Center on the Hazard campus. SSS assists students with advising, career and transfer counseling, one-on-one tutoring, cultural enrichment opportunities, and an array of other services. For more information, contact Lonnie Morris at (606) 487-3396.
Disabilities Services provides services to students with documented disabilities. Students should contact Julie Caudill at (606) 487-3486. All Disabilities Services accommodations are coordinated through this office.
HCTC’s Ready to Work (RTW) program is a partnership between KCTCS and the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Department for Community Based Services. The Ready to Work program is designed for college students who participate in Kentucky Transitional Assistance Program (K-TAP).
The Ready to Work program assists students in meeting K-TAP participation hours through the work study and educational components of the program as well as providing career counseling, peer mentoring, life skills, success seminars, and access to available community resources.
For information regarding HCTC's Ready to Work Program, contact Mary Pennington, Ready to Work Coordinator at (606) 487-3646.
HCTC has two libraries, the Stephens Library and the Lees College Campus Library, along with a wide variety of online resources to support academic research. Library staff will assist you in using resources to locate information. Extended Campus Library Services serves the needs of the Leslie, Knott, and Technical Campuses as well as online students.