File Photo. Houston-area spring graduates could get their hands on a college degree for free thanks to a program being offered by Houston Community College. The program will cover the cost of a degree or certificate for students that do not have federal and state grants. Eligible applicants must have graduated high school in spring with a GPA of 2. Students must also meet financial need requirements, according to the HCC website. Students admitted into the program must enroll in at least nine semester credit hours each semester, commit to completing a certificate or degree program within three to five years at HCC, and attend an academic advising session and a financial coaching session once a year, according to the website. For more information or to apply, visit the HCC website. Rebecca Hennes covers community news. Read her on our breaking news site , Chron. For more information on newspaper subscriptions and newspaper delivery, call or email deliveryservice hcnonline.
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Players Team Officials. Debarghya Chakrabort.. Shridhar Singamshett.. I have fully informed myself of all of the details of the League and have received satisfactory answers to all questions I have concerning the League and the risks inherent in the League. I recognize and acknowledge that the League involves risk of bodily injury and death. I agree to, and do hereby, assume the full risk of injuries, including death, and of all costs, damages, and losses that I may sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with or associated with such program. Further, I have been informed that players are encouraged to wear any protective equipment as needed to mitigate any potential injuries, in addition to all those that are standard and required in the game of cricket. Waiver and Release of Claims for Injury and Generally. I hereby agree to and do waive, release and relinquish all claims of every kind, known and unknown, present and future, that I may have against the League and their officers, agents, servants, and employees, arising out of, connected with, or in any way related to, the League and its policies or my participation therein.
Once the term has begun, registration will only be permitted in sections that have available seats. Students may add sections via myHCC through the first day the section is scheduled to meet; after that, sections may only be added in person. For 15 week classes, students may register for classes that have available seats through the close of business on the fifth business day of a term, excluding Saturday and Sunday. After that, the department chair, associate dean, or dean may grant permission for late entry via the late exception request process or a credit section override form. Late exceptions may be made if there are extenuating circumstances, and the request must come from the registrar or admissions and advising director to the appropriate academic dean. For classes that meet less than 15 weeks, registration is permitted through the first business day after the section start date; after that, late exception request rules apply.