Hibbing Community College

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Hibbing Community College
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Main entrance of Hibbing Community College
PresidentWilliam Maki
ProvostDr. Michael Raich
Administrative staff
47°25′17″N 92°55′19″W / 47.4213213°N 92.9218552°W / 47.4213213; -92.9218552[1]
ColorsCardinal & White
AffiliationsMinnesota College Athletic Conference
Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System
Sports7 teams
Hibbing logo.png

Hibbing Community College is a community college in Hibbing, Minnesota. It was founded in 1916 and has undergone several transformations. Originally housed in the historic Hibbing High School, it moved into its own campus in 1969.

Hibbing Technical College also was created to serve the Hibbing area. In the 1990s, Hibbing Community College and Hibbing Technical College merged to form a comprehensive institution. In 2001 a new building integration/co-location project was completed and the entire school now exists at one location.

Hibbing Community College is part of the Northeast Minnesota Higher Education District which includes several area colleges. Hibbing Community College is also a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System.

Coordinates: 47°25′17″N 92°55′19″W / 47.4213213°N 92.9218552°W / 47.4213213; -92.9218552[2]


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