moodle logois Haywood Community College's online content delivery system. 

New to Moodle? 

      • New students should allow 48 hours from the time of registration (to classes) to have login access.
      • Follow the login instructions. 
      • The Student Orientation course includes a Using Moodle section and an activity required for future registration.
      • Academic courses are visible to students at 8:00 AM on the course start date. Check class schedules in WebAdvisor.
      • Students who Add a course during Drop-Add (first few days of the semester) should see the course within 12 hours.
      • When courses end, final course grades are available in WebAdvisor.
      • For additional online resources, see the shortcut web links at the top of the page.

New to HCC?

      • New students should allow 48 hours from the time of registration to have Moodle login access.
      • Follow the New Users (New to HCC) instructions for accessing your other HCC student accounts (email, pay bills, view grades, register).
      • For course start dates, check schedules in WebAdvisor.
      • Tuition non-payment and failure to do the online HOP will lead to being dropped from online courses.

    Site news

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    Weekend maintenace scheduled
    by HCC Moodle - Thursday, October 27, 2016, 10:14 AM

    Moodle will be temporarily unavailable at 2 AM (EST) on Saturday, October 29 for a 15-minute maintenance task. Please avoid beginning any timed activities that cannot be concluded by 2 AM as service interruption will occur, and depending on the activity, progress (work) may be lost.

    It is safe to resume Moodle activities following a scheduled maintenance when login is granted. In other words, if you can log in and it is after 2:15 AM, then the maintenance is complete. We apologize for any inconvenience.

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    Free class on finances
    by HCC Moodle - Thursday, October 13, 2016, 9:20 AM

    financial literacy flier

    Manage Your Money

    Free class to increase your financial IQ!

    Tuesday, November 1: 5:30-7:00 PM
    Credit: Everything you need to know about credit

    Classes are free, open to the public, and held at Waynesville Recreation Center, room 5 at 550 Vance Street, Waynesville. Attendees receive class materials, light meal, and are entered in a drawing for a gift card. Registration is required as class size is limited. Call (828) 452-7960 to make a reservation.