Houston Community College (HCC) is a community college located in Houston, Texas. The school also operates two satellite campuses located in Missouri City and Stafford. Students enrolled at the college must carry a student identification card while on campus. The card must be presented upon request of a HCC staff member or campus police. A student ID card is needed to use the library and attend activities on the campus. Before attending classes, you need to obtain a student ID card.
Things You'll Need
- Picture identification
- Social Security card
Apply for admission to Houston Community College (HCC). You will need to complete and submit an admissions application. You will need to also submit transcripts from other schools you attended including the high school from which you graduated. During admissions, you will also need to present picture identification and Social Security card.
Register for the courses you need to take to complete your degree or certification. An advisor will help you determine which classes you need.
Pay your tuition. If you are receiving financial aid to help pay for classes, the amount you receive will be deducted from your total. You will receive a receipt for your payment.
Visit the Student Services building. You will need to take your payment receipt and printout of your registered classes with you.
Inform the clerk in Student Services you need a student ID card. Show the clerk your payment receipt and printout. The fee for your ID card was included in your total expenses for the semester.
Take your ID picture and sign the card. You will receive your ID card before leaving. Check the ID to ensure the information on the card is correct.
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