CCBC Quick Facts

The summary below represents information about CCBC and its students. The data represents activity in the recently completed fiscal year unless otherwise noted. For detailed information on enrollment, student characteristics, and other CCBC facts, refer to CCBC Fact Book.

2016-2017

Annual Student Count

Annual count of CCBC students regardless of course location or the number of courses in which they enrolled during a term.

Enrollment
  • Total student count: 63,079
  • Credit enrollment: 30,387
    • Full-time1: 3,126 (5%)
    • Part-time: 27,261 (43%)
  • Non-credit enrollment: 32,692

Annual FTE
  • Total: 17,170
  • Credit: 75%
  • Non-Credit: 25%
Minority Students
  • Credit: 55%
  • Non-Credit: 44%


1 A credit student would be considered full-time if they enrolled in 24+ credits during the fiscal year.

Student Characteristics

Male: 42%    Female: 58%

Student Age
  • Under 20: 9%
  • 20-39: 54%
  • 40-59: 22%
  • 60 & Over: 14%
Student Ethnicity
  • Multicultural: 2%
  • Asian: 5%
  • Hispanic or Latino: 5%
  • Unknown: 7%
  • African-American/Black: 33%
  • White: 46%
Student Cost
  • $118: Tuition per credit hour in-county
  • $222: Tuition per credit hour out-of-county
  • $337: Tuition per credit hour out-of-state


Student Outcomes/Completion Statistics

Student Completion: 13,579
  • Degrees : 2,174
  • Certifications 1,759
  • Transfers: 6,572
  • External licensures/certifications (resulting from CCBC training): 3,074

CCBC Faculty and Staff

  • Full-Time Employees: 1,395
    • Executive: 5
    • Administrative: 138
    • Professional: 233
    • Faculty: 462
    • Classified Staff: 557
  • Adjunct Faculty/Part-Time Staff: 3,887

Additional Data

  • Baltimore County Residents: 68%
  • Receive some form of Financial Aid: 49%
  • Pell Grant Recipients: 38%
  • Work 20 hours or more per week: 53%
  • International Students: 276 
  • Non-Native Speakers: 2,709 
  • Minority Students: 50%
  • Need Remediation: 65%
  • Enter Directly from High School: 13%
  • Transfer to four-year Universities: 48%
  • Enter into workforce: 78%
  • Graduates stay & live in the Baltimore Region: 95%