The Houston Community College System District has over seven colleges with convenient campus locations located throughout the Houston metro area. Below is contact information for those campuses and key personnel who may be helpful to students.
Please visit www.hccs.edu/locations for the most-up-to date information.
Dr. Muddassir Siddiqi, President
Dr. Stacy Welcome, Dean Student Success
1300 Holman St
Houston, TX 77004
1990 Airport Blvd
Houston, TX 77051
Dr. Phillip Nicotera, President
Dr. Patricia Ugwu, Dean Student Success
1900 Pressler St
Houston, TX 77030
Dr. Michael Edwards, Interim President
Dr. Kenneth Holden, Dean Student Success
Acres Homes Campus
630 W Little York Rd
Houston, TX 77091
Automotive Technology Training Center
4638 Airline Dr
Houston, TX 77022
North Forest Campus
6010 Little York Rd
Houston, TX 77016
555 Community College Dr
Houston, TX 77013
8001 Fulton St
Houston, TX 77022
Dr. Zachary Hodges, President
Dr. Rima Adil, Dean Student Success
Alief Bissonnet Campus
13803 Bissonnet St
Houston, TX 77083
Alief Hayes Campus
2811 Hayes Rd
Houston, TX 77082
22910 Colonial Parkway
Houston, TX 77449
Spring Branch Campus
1010 W Sam Houston Pkwy N
Houston, TX 77043
West Houston Institute
2811 Hayes Rd
Houston, TX 77082
Dr. Margaret Ford Fisher, President
Dr. Frances Villagran-Glover, President
Mr. Martin Perez, Dean Student Success
6815 Rustic St
Houston, TX 77087
Felix Fraga Academic Campus
301 N Drennan St
Houston, TX 77003
Dr. Madeline Burillo-Hopkins, President and
Vice Chancellor for Workforce Instruction
Ms. Anamaria Lopez, Interim Dean Student Success
Brays Oaks Campus
8855 W Bellfort Blvd
Houston, TX 77031
5407 Gulfton Rd
Houston, TX 77081
Missouri City Campus
1600 Texas Pkwy
Missouri City, TX 77489
10041 Cash Rd
Stafford, TX 77477
West Loop Campus
5601 West Loop South
Houston, TX 77081
Dr. Cesar Maldonado, Chancellor
Dr. Shantay Grays, Vice Chancellor, Student Services
Dr. Norma Perez, Vice Chancellor, Instructional Services and Chief Academic Officer
Dr. Jerome Drain, Associate Vice Chancellor Academic Instruction
Dr. Betty Fortune, Associate Vice Chancellor (Interim), Enrollment Management & Success
Dr. Debbie C. Hamilton, Associate Vice Chancellor, Student Engagement & Success
Dr. Chassity Holliman-Douglas, Associate Vice Chancellor, Special Programs & Success
Dr. Desmond Lewis, Associate Vice Chancellor, College Readiness
Mr. Thom Ronk, Associate Vice Chancellor, Workforce Program Research & Development
Dr. Miguel Ramos, Associate Vice Chancellor, Curriculum & Learning Initiatives
Dr. Timothy Snyder, Associate Vice Chancellor, Teaching & Learning Innovation
Dr. Michael Webster, Associate Vice Chancellor, Workforce Instruction
3100 Main St
Houston, TX 77002
Centers of Excellence
HCC’s fourteen Centers of Excellence focus on top-notch faculty and industry best practices to give students the skills they need for a successful career. The programs range from manufacturing and global energy to logistics, engineering, fashion design and information technology. For more information, please visit www.hccs.edu/centers.
HCC guarantees that graduates earning workforce certificates or degrees will possess the job skills required for entry-level employment in the occupational field for which they have been trained. (This guarantee does not imply the graduate will pass any licensing or qualifying examination for a particular career.)
Any HCC workforce program certificate or degree graduate whom the employer determines is lacking in the technical or general educational skills necessary for entry to the position shall be provided up to nine tuition-free credit hours. A program of instruction must be designed to meet specific occupational competencies identified in technical courses which are competency-based and emphasize the acquisition of the skills necessary for immediate employment and/or career advancement. Program competencies are identified in the course syllabus provided to each student.
This guarantee applies only to certificates and degrees of at least 30 semester hours or 360 contact hours.
All course work in question must have been taken at HCC and taught by HCC instructors.
- The graduate must have earned the AAS or certificate in a workforce program listed in the HCC catalog no earlier than one year prior to the beginning date of the employment in question.
- The graduate must have completed the degree within a five-year period beginning at the point of first enrollment.
- The graduate must be employed full-time within 12 months of graduation and in a position directly related to the specific program completed at HCC.
- Within 90 days of the graduate’s initial date of employment, the employer must certify in writing that the graduate lacks entry-level skills identified by HCC as program-exit competencies. The employer must specify the areas of deficiency.
- The employer, graduate, and HCC personnel will develop a written retraining plan. The retraining will be limited to nine credit hours or 360 contact hours related to the identified skill deficiency.
- The retraining must be completed within one calendar year from the time the plan is agreed upon.
- Although retraining is tuition-free, the graduate (or employer) is responsible for the cost of insurance, uniforms, fees, and any other course-related expenses. HCC is responsible for the cost of books required for the course work.
Deans & Chairs
Houston Community College (HCC) relies on shared governance as the foundation of its instructional leaders’ model. Instructional leaders play a crucial role in promoting communication and collaboration between the various important groups that make up the college, such as students, staff, faculty, administration and the community.
At HCC, instructional programs are organized into units based on academic and workforce programs, each of which is overseen by the corresponding Dean. These Academic/Workforce Deans serve as the highest level of instructional leadership across all the Colleges and Centers of Excellence. The faculty-led instructional leadership at HCC includes three categories: Department Chairs, Program Directors, and Associate Chairs. The scope of the responsibilities of these instructional leaders extends throughout the HCC system.
The Department Chair or Program Director’s primary duty is to provide operational and instructional guidance for their assigned programs. The Associate Chair’s role is to support the Department Chair. These leaders hold the responsibility for ensuring the academic programs’ instructional quality, promoting a culture of innovation and continuous improvement, offering professional development opportunities to faculty, and aligning their department’s activities with the institution’s strategic plan.
Program Coordinators & Program Directors
The Program Coordinator role and responsibilities are to facilitate development and maintenance of program curriculum and core curriculum in collaboration with the program faculty committee, dean and department chair to ensure that awards & certificates offered at Houston Community College are always up-to-date and meet industry needs while providing pathways to 4-year institutions. Additionally, program coordinators maintain and collect data on program learning outcomes (PLOs, CLOs, and SLOs), Core Curriculum courses and provide a Program Review on a cycle that supports both the missions of the program and the institution.
The primary responsibility of the Department/Program Chair or Program Director is to provide instructional or operational leadership for assigned programs. They are responsible for ensuring the alignment of departmental activities with the institution’s strategic plan and are responsible for program coordinator responsibilities ensuring curriculum development and maintenance, instructional assessment, and support for the dean with appropriate programs.
What sets HCC apart is its faculty, individuals who bring theory and practice to life in the classroom. HCC’s faculty, many of whom hold doctorates, teach in several learning modalities and are accomplished academicians, as well as successful in their respective professional fields. More than 3,600 professors who have a passion for teaching, HCC students benefit from a wealth of real-world experience that the faculty brings to the classroom. Unlike other institutions of higher learning, HCC’s faculty members are not paid to conduct research; however, they do it anyway in order to further their knowledge, change the future and help their students. As you learn more about the quality of HCC’s faculty and the level of education they offer, you begin to understand why more students choose HCC for education and training. And, why some of the brightest minds in academics and business are choosing HCC as their teaching home. Please visit the Full-Time Faculty list.