CCBC kicks off FIRST WEEK of Fall 2015. And there’s still time to register for 12- and 7-week classes, which start on Sept. 14 and Oct. 21, respectively.
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CCBC Athletics can be a game changer for your education.
Named the President’s Distinguished Graduate Award recipient, Sagar Chapagain was honored at the 2015 Commencement ceremony.
CCBC's simplified, streamlined course selection maps can guide you within your declared major or main area of interest.
Opportunities still available to register for the fall
Enroll now for 12-week and 7-week sessions.
If you thought the opportunity to take a course during the fall semester had passed you by, think again!...
Aug 31, 2015
Weekend courses begin Sept. 12 after the holiday weekend
College closes for Labor Day Sept. 5 – Sept. 7
While we know everyone is anxious to get the fall semester underway, weekend courses don’t begin...
Aug 30, 2015
New AEDs enhance CCBCs ability to respond to medical emergencies
Forty-two automated external defibrillators installed college-wide
CCBC has enhanced its ability to respond to a medical emergency by adding 30 new Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) to...
Aug 24, 2015
CCBC President elected to AACC Board of Directors
Sandra L. Kurtinitis, president of the Community College of Baltimore County, has been elected to the American Association of Community Colleges 32-member national Board of...
Aug 14, 2015
There’s an App for that!
Register now for new Mobile Apps Certificate option.
The School of Applied and Information Technology (SAIT) at the Community College of Baltimore County has gained approval...
Aug 04, 2015
We Are CCBC
We Are CCBC!
An English major on the Catonsville campus, I first enrolled at CCBC in 2011 as a homeschooled PEP student...