A Bright 2018 For HCC

As you’ve probably heard by now, our supporters really came through at the end of 2017 to help us kick off our campaign for a new multipurpose academic facility which Heritage Christian College will very much need as its enrollment continues to increase. We are proud of what was accomplished at the end of 2017, and want you to know that this is still only the beginning for HCC.

With a host of new projects and programs set to launch this year, and our first graduation ceremony on the horizon in 2019, HCC will seek the continued support of its many benefactors. Alongside our ongoing funding campaign for the new building, there will be many reasons to continue giving to HCC. Here is brief look ahead at what to expect from the school in 2019.


If you’ve have been following HCC recently, then you know all about the CEPE, HCC’s Center for Entrepreneurship, Philanthropy, and Ethics. To date, every HCC student has chosen to participate in CEPE and the program is expected to be in full operation later this year. The CEPE will work to empower students to be forces of good in their home communities throughout Ghana by helping to build new economic opportunities.

Funding Programs For Entrepreneurs

In addition to developing students through HCC’s CEPE, HCC also expects to launch funding programs for businesses that are already developed and poised to make a difference. This program expects to generate great interest be help to launch a number of small businesses seeking to improve life in Ghana.

FarmBot Project

HCC’s FarmBot has arrived, and faculty are currently working on incorporating it into curriculum and the student experience. Soon, HCC students will be on the cutting edge of technology-aided crop production.

Hostel Projects

HCC now owns two functioning hostels, which will provide housing for faculty, staff, and visitors, as well new opportunities for students and a revenue source for HCC.

The Students

The members of our inaugural freshman class will begin their senior years this fall! That means we will be welcoming our fourth batch of freshmen that same semester, and preparing for our first full graduation ceremony in 2019!


All of these projects will benefit greatly from continued donor support, in addition to the multi-purpose building fund, which we expect to be our greatest area of need through the beginning of 2019.

Thank you, again, to all those who have supported us so far, and please keep us in your prayers. As always, our goal will be to continue accomplishing great things worthy of your support.