Fort Campbell Admissions | HCC

Fort Campbell Campus

New to Fort Campbell? Here’s how to apply to HCC and start building a better tomorrow—right here in your own backyard.

Apply as a freshman if you’ve never taken a college class or if you took dual-credit, SEEK, or dual-enrolled classes in high school. If you’ve taken college classes, apply as a transfer student.

How to Apply
Applying to HCC is easy, and we’ll be with you at every step of the way. Just follow these four steps:

  • Submit the Application for Admission by choosing Start Your Application below. It’s free, and it only takes about 15 minutes to complete. Write down your Student ID number! Family members, please do not choose Active Military on military status.
  • Send all transcripts to Attn Admissions, Hopkinsville Community College, PO Box 2100, Hopkinsville, KY 42241-2100 (includes high school, GED, and college transcripts)
  • Complete the online Enable Advising Orientation
  • Submit your ACT or SAT scores or the results of placement testing
  • Explore financial aid. Our generous scholarships, grants and loans make a great education even more affordable. Here’s how.

How do you access your online Enable Advising Orientation?

You will need your Student ID number that is given to you when you apply.

And that’s it! You’re on your way to the future of your dreams.

Before submitting an application for admission to HCC, service members may contact the Education Services Officer (ESO) or Counselor within your military service.

Once you are ready to begin, view the steps to apply for your branch of service below.

Air Force, Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard
Apply to HCC by choosing Start Your Application below. Choose Active Military for military status.

Army, Army Reserve, and Army National Guard
Apply to HCC by choosing Start Your Application below. Choose Active Military for military status.
The Army is moving to ArmyIgnitED 2.0, please create your account as soon as possible.


  • Tuition Assistance Requests MUST BE completed at least 7 days prior to the start of each class you take. Any requests not submitted by this date and time will be subject to rejection and the responsibility of payment for the course will be on the student. This is in accordance with ArmyIgnitED 2.0 policy, which states that all Tuition Assistance Requests (TARs) must be submitted 7 full days prior to the start date of the class session. No exceptions to this policy will be made.
  • Tuition Assistance (TA) only covers the cost of tuition. This means that any fees (books, lab fees, online book fees, etc.) are the responsibility of the student to pay. You may use financial aid to cover these costs, but you must be eligible for financial aid first. To check with our business office about any fees that you may have, please call (270) 707-3720. To check on your financial aid status, please email

All service members
You will receive correspondence to inform you of the required documents needed to complete your admission. Documents required typically include official transcripts from all institutions of higher education that you attended, JST and SMART transcripts, test scores, etc.

If you have questions along the way or you are having trouble accessing the Enable Orientation, call (270) 707-3918 or email We look forward to helping you reach your goals!