HCC Services

All SaigonTech's AAS students are able to access HCC's e-library. However, the students need to request a HCC Library barcode (patron card) in order to use the databases and other online services offered by HCC. With the library barcode, SaigonTech AAS students will have the same rights and privileges as HCC students in the US in using the library resources.

An AAS student will be provided with an HCC ID when he/she enrolls in the first AAS course. Please use that ID to fill in the form in the following link to get your barcode: HCC Library barcode Request Form. Remember to fill it completely.
For example: AAS student Nguyen Hai Minh has two HCC IDs: 
P12345678 (1 letter and 8 digits) and 123456789 (9 digits). Use the ID with 9 digits to register and ask for your HCC library barcode.
It normally takes about 24-48 hours to receive your library barcode number via email. If you do not receive an email within 2 business days, please contact Angela Secrest at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Note: All patron records expire on the last day of the semester. That is, you need to register for a new library barcode every semester.
Some of the services that the e-library provides as follows:
  • Free e-Books from the Online Books Page : With almost 20,000 digitized, searchable, research-oriented books on a wide array of topics, this is a resource that all students should know about.
  • Full collection of e-books  (requires library barcode to login).
  • Databases Available to HCC Faculty, Staff & Students (requires library barcode to login). These electronic resources contain the full text of thousands of articles, and citations or abstracts for many more. Searching these databases will allow you to find relevant, verifiable, and reliable information on your research topics.
  • Online Databases by Subject You can search for journals by subjects or by title in the Electronic Journals Library, a service to facilitate the use of scholarly journals on the Internet. It offers a fast, structured and unified interface to access full text articles online. Or you can browse the Electronic Journals Resource Directory, a huge directory of E-journal indexes compiled by Peter Scott at the University of Saskatchewan Libraries.
  • HCC Library Online Reference Sources (requires library barcode to login) consists of a quick reference list and a much more comprehensive list of sources. These items will get you the answers you need, and fast.
  • Search help is also available.




Order official HCC transcript


1. Visit HCC order transcript web page and click on the link Online Order:


2. Click "Next" at bottom of page to continue:
3. Fill in your information and follow the guideline step by step: