Brilliant career performances honored

CCBC salutes “top 10” emeriti as they retire “When you have a mission as wonderful as ours, it is fitting that we honor those whose work – over the past decades – has shaped the college we are today,” remarked CCBC President Sandra L. Kurtinitis at the induction ceremony for this...

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Culture and College Credit in Cuba

Sociology students study abroad in Havana during spring break. Sociology faculty members Myron Strong and Ann MacLellan led a study abroad program to Cuba during the April 2017 spring break. The faculty members chose Cuba for its unique and rapidly changing social and political circumstances, which provided an excellent case study...

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Register early for the Summer and Fall to get the classes you want!

Beat the rush and enroll now to get the courses you want for Summer and Fall! Summer is a great time to get ahead! Enroll now in 5-, 6-, 7- and 10-week sessions Get started now for Fall to get the schedule you want! Register now and you have until August 1 to pay....

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CCBC helps build careers

From identifying your career interests to landing a job, CCBC offers an abundance of resources for your journey from student to professional. Our Career Counselors can assist you in planning your education to prepare you for your career. They can also help you: Assess skills, interests and values. Understand credit and...

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New certificate program options coming to the Sustainable Horticulture Program

The Community College of Baltimore County Sustainable Horticulture Program is partnering with the American Landscape Institute (ALI) and TALMAR Gardens , an urban farming program to provide two new certificate options. According to Bradley W. Thompson, assistant professor and director of the Sustainable Horticulture Program, “CCBC is extremely excited to be...

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Hopkins, Community College of Baltimore County to partner on humanities

Johns Hopkins University and the Community College of Baltimore County have been awarded a combined $1.725 million to partner on humanities education, the community college announced Thursday. »

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Culturally Responsive Developmental Education

Historically black colleges have had some success merging developmental education reforms with culturally sensitive teaching practices, which a new report said should cause community colleges and four-year universities to take note. »

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CCBC students make a 'BeeLine' to 4-year school

CCBC students have their minds set on what they'll do after graduation. Most are making plans to transfer to a four year school. »

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College fair brings curious minds to Catonsville

In a time when information about colleges can be accessed with a few searches and clicks, students and parents at a college fair in Catonsville Wednesday night said there's still something special about the human element. »

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Theatre Review: ‘Disney’s The Lion King, Jr’ by Children’s Playhouse of Maryland at CCBC Essex

Hakuna Matata. There are no worries when watching “The Lion King,” presented by Children’s Playhouse of Maryland at CCBC Essex, because the show is just that good. »

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2016 Commencement | 32 photos

Commencement 2016 was a wonderful day. The pictures prove it! Congrats to all our graduates!

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