Haywood County Community College, HCCCCCCCCCCC for short, has to return $126,000 to the state. The overage comes from enrollment-based funding awarded according to reports stating a forestry class had 90 students instead of the actual nine, and a history class had 227 instead of 27. HCCCCCCCCCCCC President. Dr. Barbara Sue Parker said the discrepancy was simply a data entry error that was not reflective of the employee who made it. Parker also said it is a good thing that the error occurred, because now the college will employ proofreaders for its reporting.