The first program offered by the College was Practical Nursing. Electronics Engineering Technology and the Machinist programs were started in 1960. These three curricula are still offered along with many other career and college transfer programs.
The College offers the Associate in Arts, the Associate in Science, the Associate in Fine Arts, and the Associate in Applied Science degrees, diplomas, and certificates.
The Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, and Associate in Fine Arts degree programs are offered in the Division of Arts and Sciences. All career curricula and courses are offered through four divisions: Allied Health and Public Service Education, Business and Hospitality Education, Emergency Services and Engineering and Applied Technology.
Economic & Workforce Development/Continuing Education courses are generally offered on demand, with sufficient enrollment. The Division of Economic & Workforce Development/Continuing Education offers short-term workforce training options for business, industry and the general public. Courses in healthcare, business, hospitality, technology, industry, trades and employability skills are available. Training can be customized to meet the unique needs of small, mid-sized, and large businesses and can be tailored for delivery on demand. Community enrichment classes, such as art, languages and practical skills, are offered year round at each campus location throughout the College’s service area.
Curriculum courses are usually offered on planned schedules in both the day and evening/weekend programs. Many curriculum classes are also offered in clusters for unclassified students.
Both curriculum and Economic & Workforce Development/Continuing Education programs are supported through the activities of the GED program, Developmental Studies, the Academic Learning Center, and Holly Library. Classes meet on campus and at various off-campus sites. Course requirements are the same without regard to meeting times, formats, or locations.