Oct 18, 2016
CMA’s and RMA’s automatically earn 30 credits toward degree Prior Learning Assessment, the process of earning credit for what you already know, is making the transition from certification to associate degree a breeze. This new process can earn students 50-75 percent of their credits through assessments, rather than traditional hours spent...
Oct 11, 2016
A murdered king. A trio of witches. A bloody ambition. This reinvention of the tale is faithful to the Bard’s words but taps into the fear and horror that underlie the story of the ambivalent Thane and his ambitious wife. Featuring shadow play, live sound, and stage magic that would...
Oct 10, 2016
A Year of Shakespeare, World Arts Festival and International Education Week are highlighted. Performing Arts at the Community College of Baltimore County offer a wide-range of dance, music and theatre for the community during this October and November. Join us. Visit the CCBC website for additional information at www.ccbcmd.edu/performingarts. DANCE: FALL DANCE CONCERT...
Oct 06, 2016
The Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) Athletics Hall of Fame will induct 25 new honorees at a banquet to be held 7 p.m., Dec. 2, at Martin’s East in Baltimore, Md. The CCBC Athletics Hall of Fame honors former student athletes and former and current coaches, athletic administrators/staff for...
Sep 30, 2016
CCBC and nine other Baltimore-area colleges and universities together have won a $750,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice to generate new strategies to prevent, respond to, investigate, and hold offenders accountable for sexual assault and dating violence, and strengthen trauma-informed, victim services on campus and in the community. The...
CCBC in the news
Oct 12, 2016
by Jacquelyn S. Lucy
Since the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) School of Health Professions opened its state-of-the-art Dental Arts Center at CCBC Dundalk, MD, in 2008, the college’s dental hygiene clinic has recorded more than 18,000 patient visits. »
Sep 22, 2016
Baltimore County Government
Jobs are out there for young adults who have left school. But some young people have not yet mastered the work values that make them job ready. »
Sep 19, 2016
by Theresa Vargas
The Washington Post
Khalil Bridges has high hopes for his future and plans to transfer to a four-year-old college once he gets an associate’s degree from the Community College of Baltimore County. »
Sep 13, 2016
by Catherine Morris
In the aftermath of ITT Technical Institute’s abrupt shutdown in early September, more than 40,000 students were summarily bereft of their school and left with potentially unusable credits. The closure of all 136 ITT Tech campuses occurred practically overnight, one week into the new semester. »
Sep 12, 2016
by Jon Bleiweis
The Baltimore Sun
Based on the Catonsville campus, it is designed to provide training for the next generation of car service technicians and mechanics »
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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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