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Does HTC offer Welding classes?
 Hennepin Technical College offers a Welding program.  Information can be found on our website under Degrees & Programs.
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Does HTC offer Workplace Safety & OSHA?HTC Customized Training Services offers real-world Workplace Safety and OSHA compliance training to the construction industry, general industry, and commercial vehicle operators. Classes can be delivered on site, online, or in a blended learning format. HTC also offers a Hazardous Materials Technology Certificate.View
Health Unit CoordinatorThe Health Unit Coordinator Program is a one semester program (16 weeks). The program is considered Full-time. There are 5 courses and an internship that are required. Three of the courses are taught the first half of the semester, and the other 2 courses and the internship are that the second half of the semester. Please see our website to "Get Started" becoming an HTC student. View
Help my D2L isn't working?Contact the D2L Help Desk for assistance.
Login Help: D2Lhelpdesk@hennepintech.edu

Weekend and evening hours contact MnSCU D2L Support Sevices Help Desk
or call 1-877-466-6728
(1-877-GO MNSCU) or call 1-877-466-6728
(1-877-GO MNSCU)

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How can I find a teachers email?The Directory will help you to locate a phone number for Faculty & Staff. Not all instructors have a phone number.  If there is not a phone number listed, you may email the instructor. In most cases, staff and faculty emails are the first initial of the person's first name followed by their last name and @hennepintech.edu.  (ie: Bob Smith would be bsmith@hennepintech.edu

Faculty names are listed on the course schedules.
Brooklyn Park Course Schedule
Eden Prairie Course Schedule

For further information, contact HTC at 952-995-1300.
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How can I find my Student ID Number?Your student ID is an eight digit number that can be found on your student ID card, transcript, schedule, fee statement, or you can look it up by the following the directions below:

• Access e-Services

• Click on My HTC Login on the top of the page.

• Click on Lookup ID.

• Enter SSN and PIN and click submit.
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How can I get an unofficial transcript?Students can obtain unofficial transcripts free of charge online.

Sign on to e-Services
Choose "Grades and Transcripts" from the left side menu
Click on "Academic Record"
There is no charge for an unofficial transcript.


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How do I apply for Financial Aid?The first step is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). HTC's school code number is 010491. The FAFSA must be completed every school year.

The next step is to submit additional paperwork to the school.  Students must check their financial aid status through e-Services to know what items are needed by the Financial Aid Office.

After the school receives all required paperwork, an award letter will be sent to the student.  The award letter shows the grants and loans the student has been awarded. 

The loan offered on the award letter is the Federal Stafford Loan. Stafford Loan Entrance Counseling and the Master Promissory Note (MPN) must be completed before funds are released.

Entrance counseling is required the first time the student borrows through the Stafford Loan.  The MPN is required every academic year and summer semester.  

For more information about the financial aid application process visit Financial Aid.

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How do I apply for the Practical Nursing program?

The standard Admissions Process process is required of all HTC students. However, Practical Nursing students need to complete several prerequisite courses before applying to the Practical Nursing program. Here are the steps Practical Nursing students should follow:

Contact the Admissions or Counseling Office with questions. 763-488-2500

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How do I contact Security?
Call 911 for any emergency including medical assistance, fires, suspicious people or activities, crime reports, traffic accidents, or other illegal activities.

Campus security officers are available to assist you in protecting yourself by providing regular foot and/or vehicle patrols, and escort services. However, only you can protect yourself by being aware of your surroundings and taking appropriate steps in preventing crime from happening. Please click on the link below for information on campus security.
Campus Security
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