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We have on-campus courses and programs!
Are you looking for a late-start Fall course or program? Do you want in-person, on-campus classes? You’re welcome to join us this Fall!
George Floyd Dedication – The Voices of HTC Students
Hennepin Technical College students express the impact of George Floyd’s death. The video dedication is a part of Hennepin Technical College and Wallace State Community College partnership for continuing its reflections on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Closed Captioning for this video coming soon – please check back.
Earn Your Degree Online.
HTC offers online courses designed to make learning and career advancement attainable for you!
HTC Providing the Highest Quality of Service in a Safe Environment.
HTC faculty and staff have been working tirelessly to offer all modes of course delivery from online, hybrid to face-to-face instruction in critical sectors for the fall term. The college is following all safety protocols as set for by the Minnesota State Department of Health.