Successfully completed curriculum programs are those that result in an Associate’s degree, Diploma, or Certificate and that include courses where credit may transfer to another college. Please use the list below to ensure that you have completed all steps and have everything that you need during your education here with us at HCC!
Click on a section number to see a list of required textbooks.
IMPORTANT MESSAGE REGARDING RESIDENCY DETERMINATION EFFECTIVE MAY 1, 2017 – All students (except for high school students entering the Career and College Promise program) must obtain a N.C. residency certification number (RCN) prior to submitting a Haywood Community College application. HCC will no longer be able to validate residency status for students or make any changes in residency status. The North Carolina State Legislature has established the Residency Determination Service (RDS), which will serve as the single authority for determining whether a student qualifies for in-state or out-of state tuition.
Your username is typically your first initial, middle initial, last name.
Example: If your name were Phillip G. Blake, then your username would be pgblake.
Always enter your username with all lowercase letters.
If you are not sure what your username is you can select “What’s My User ID?”. You will be required to provide your last name, as it is in our records, and either your student ID number or your social security number without dashes or spaces.
Your password is initially your 6-digit birthday.
Example: If your birthday is May 8, 1991, then your 6-digit birthday is 050891.
✓ Step 2: Change your password
Passwords must be at least eight characters long with at least one uppercase letter, one lowercase letter, and one number. A special character like an ! or $ is recommended for extra security. The password cannot contain more than three consecutive letters that are part of the username.
HCC Login Portal (“One stop shop” for all HCC technology resources)
✓ Log into the HCC Login Portal (use the same username and password as WebAdvisor)
NOTE: You will have limited access until you have completed all steps and registered for classes.
Email – Email address is email@example.com. Students are expected to use their HCC email for all college communications.
WebAdvisor - Pay on account, transcript, grades, schedules, financial aid status, and much more!
Moodle – Where you will do your online/hybrid classes or access homework.
Instructions on how to install Office 365 free with your HCC account (Only available to students registered for classes).
Instructions on accessing the HCC-Campus wireless network.
Emergency Notification system – allows you to receive important HCC information, such as weather closings by text, phone, or email at any phone number or email address that you choose.
Password Registration – Sign up to be able to reset your password at anytime from anywhere.
Problem Logging into WebAdvisor or the HCC Login Portal?
Contact the IT Department at (828) 565-4009 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide your full name and phone number; please repeat your phone number twice if you leave a voice message.
Workforce and Continuing Education Courses
This page is for Workforce Continuing Education registration. If you need to register for a Curriculum (for credit) course, please go to Curriculum Registration.
To register for WCE courses, select one of the following options:
IMPORTANT: If you receive a waiver for your courses (for instance, for Law Enforcement or Fire training), please work with your supervisor to register for courses.
Students are not enrolled until all registration fees are paid. Registration fees are indicated at the end of each course listing and are subject to change. Students are responsible for buying supplies and materials as necessary. Books are usually available through the College bookstore.
Computer Use and Technology Fee
The registration fee for continuing education computer classes includes a $5 computer use and technology fee. The fee is required of all students enrolled in Workforce Continuing Education computer classes.
Some courses require accident insurance while in class. For these courses, the insurance fee is included in the registration fee and is required of all participants.
There are NO senior exemptions for Self-Supporting (SEF) courses.
Pursuant to the North Carolina Administrative Code Title 23, Chapter 2(D) Section, 0203(d), the college shall refund registration fees under the following circumstances:
If a student officially withdraws from the class prior (24hours) to the first class session, the student will receive 100% refund. NOTE: Official withdrawal requires written notification received by the Workforce Continuing Education Office prior to the first class session.
If a class is canceled due to insufficient enrollment, the student will receive 100% refund.
After a class begins and a student officially withdraws from the class prior to or on the 10% point of the scheduled class hours, the student will receive a 75% refund. NOTE: For most classes, the 10% point is the first class session. Written notification must be received by the Workforce Continuing Education Office by the 10% date or 1st class session. Insurance fees are non-refundable.
Return Check Policy
HCC will charge a returned check processing fee for payments of goods or services not to exceed $25.00 for a check on which payment has been refused by the bank because of insufficient funds or because the drawer did not have an account at the bank.
Under Age Policy
Special rules and regulations apply to students age 18 or under. Please contact the appropriate department coordinator for more details.
Class Size Limits
Students may register for Workforce Continuing Education classes on a first-come, first-served basis. Late registration will be held at the first class meeting if space is available. Please register well before the beginning date of your class. If you wait, your class may be full or canceled because of a low number of registrations.
Early College, Career & College Promise, or Other Programs for High School or Home School Students
If, at any time, you would like personal assistance, please email email@example.com, call 627-4669 or click on the "Live Chat" or "Need Help" link on this page (at the far right).
HCC offers a variety of tuition free educational opportunities for high school and home school students. These include Haywood Early College offered at HCC's campus; Career & College Programs offered at local high schools, and college course opportunities for home schooled high school students.
For college courses at your high school or home school, please contact Jessica Honeycutt, High School Programs Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (828) 565-4119.