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We Are All Criminals Exhibit at HCC Sept. 13 - Sept. 22

HCC is pleased to announce our hosting of the exhibit: “We Are All Criminals”

Wednesday, 9/13 to Friday, 9/22. This exhibit will be located in the HCC Main Entry of Building C (Door Number 1/North Entrance).

Itasca Community College and Hibbing Community College will host the organization We Are All Criminals in September with an exhibit and speaking events. A presentation by We Are All Criminals founder Emily Baxter will take place at Itasca Community College in the Chucker auditorium at 1 pm on Monday, September 11, 2017, and at Hibbing Community College in Room B212 at 11 am on Wednesday, September 13, 2017. The events are free and the public is encouraged to attend.

We Are All Criminals (WAAC) is a non-profit organization that seeks to inspire empathy and ignite social change through personal stories of crime, privilege, justice, and injustice, disrupting the barriers that separate us. WAAC takes a different approach to the conversation about the criminal justice system by looking at the 75% of people in the U.S. without a criminal record. Through narrative and photography, the project works with participants to collect stories of crimes they got away with. The participants are doctors and lawyers, social workers and students, retailers and retirees who consider how very different their lives could have been had they been caught. Their stories are privately held memories without public stigma; they are criminal histories without criminal records.

The We Are All Criminals project includes a series of 20 banners with photos, stories, and statistics, which are on display outside the library at Itasca Community College through September 12. The banners will then be on display in the main lobby of Hibbing Community College from September 13 – 22.

WAAC founder Emily Baxter will speak at both campuses about the project. She is a former public defender, 2011 Bush Leadership Fellow, and former Fellow at the U of M Law School’s Robina Institute of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice.

Financial Aid Disbursement Fall Semester 2017


Please sign up for direct deposit using e-services and also verify your address(es).

Direct Deposit Sign Up Address Verification

  • Select “Financial Aid”
  • Select “Account Management”
  • Select “Direct Deposit Setup”
  • Select “Address Info”

Funds will be direct deposited beginning Wednesday, September 6, 2017.

  • Paper checks should be picked up in the HCC Bookstore beginning Friday, September 8, 2017. Bookstore Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday – Friday.
  • Checks not picked up will be mailed to the address reflected in your HCC student records using the following priority (1) housing address, (2) local address, (3) permanent address.

After thirty days of attendance loan funds will be disbursed to first time borrowers.

Loan proceeds will be direct deposited no later than Friday, September 22, 2017.

Office 365 for Students, Faculty and Staff

Good news , Office 365 is available to all students, faculty and staff!

The easiest way to download Office 365 is to log into your HCC email. Go to our homepage under Quick Links, click on Email Login

To log into your email:

Password: Starid Password

Password: Starid Password

Once you are in your email you will see Office 365 at the top left of your screen, click on Office 365 and follow the directions on the following screen to download Office 365 to your computer.

Note: You need to have at least Windows 7 to be able to download Office 365.

If you have problems email

HCC Email Information

New to HCC and don't know how to check your email? Follow these directions:

Go to our homepage under Quick Links, click on Email Login

To log into your email:

Password: Starid Password

Password: Starid Password