photo collage of all 6 campus locations

Campuses

Convenient locations in eastern Kentucky

Hazard Community and Technical College (HCTC) consists of several campus locations as well as offering classes online.

HCTC Hazard Campus

HCTC Hazard Campus is the southern administrative hub, located right off Highway 15 in Hazard, Kentucky. Selected Allied Health classes also are offered in the Bailey-Stumbo Building at the University of Kentucky Center for Rural Health adjacent to the Appalachian Regional Medical Center in Hazard, located 4 miles from the Hazard Campus. The campus includes the First Federal Center (FFC), the J. Marvin Jolly Classroom Center (JCC), and the Challenger Learning Center.

HCTC Lees College Campus

HCTC Lees College Campus is located 38 miles north of the Hazard Campus in Jackson, Kentucky, and is the northern administrative hub. The campus consists of Jackson Hall, J. Phil Smith Administration Building, Van Meter Gymnasium, Telford Computer Center, Library/Science Building, and the Breathitt County Life Skills Center.

HCTC Technical Campus

HCTC Technical Campus is located 3 miles from the Hazard Campus in Hazard, Kentucky, and is the home of the majority of HCTC’s technical programs. Buildings include Devert Owens Building, Walter Prater Education Center, Industrial Education Building, and Heavy Equipment Building. The Tech Campus also houses HCTC’s Kentucky Coal Academy and Upward Bound offices.

HCTC Leslie County Center

HCTC Leslie County Center is located 21 miles west of the Hazard Campus in Hyden, Kentucky. This location also houses the nationally renowned Kentucky School of Bluegrass and Traditional Music. Several other classes and workshops are offered at this center.

HCTC Knott County Branch

HCTC Knott County Branch is located 26 miles east of the Hazard Campus in Hindman, Kentucky. HCTC’s Kentucky School of Craft is located at this branch, and several other classes and workshops are also offered. A key community partnership is also maintained through this branch location with the Appalachian Artisan Center.