CCBC hosts Open House to assist Brightwood students

CCBC is reaching out to students impacted by Brightwood College’s recent closure, inviting them to an Open House event, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 5 – 8 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 18 at CCBC Catonsville, Arts Lounge, Center for the Arts. Students are encouraged to bring copies of academic records...

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Register NOW for Winter and Spring

Spring registration now open! Winter registration continues… Registration is now open for Spring 2019 at CCBC. Classes fill quickly, so get started today to lock in your schedule for Spring. Search spring classes now» CCBC makes paying for college easy Sign up for a convenient payment plan or apply for financial aid. Important Spring semester...

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College Promise Information Sessions

Join us for CCBC’s College Promise Information Sessions to learn how to earn an associate degree or workplace certificate tuition-free. Baltimore County and Maryland Community College Promise scholarships are available. Class of 2019 and Class of 2018 graduates of public, parochial or private high schools, home instruction programs, GED recipients...

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Doing double duty!

BCPS students starting college in high school up 31 percent Increasing numbers of area high school students and their families are taking advantage of Early College Access programs at CCBC. This year, enrollment among Baltimore County Public Schools students is up 31 percent, with nearly 1,500 students participating in BCPS Tuition-Free...

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NCMPR honors CCBC with six 2018 Medallion awards

CCBC earned six 2018 Medallion awards for excellence in community college marketing and public relations during the annual National Council for Marketing and Public Relations District 1 conference held earlier this month in Annapolis, Md. The NCMPR Medallion awards recognize CCBC as a strategic and creative leader among member colleges...

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Sandra Kurtinitis, president of the Community College of Baltimore County and chair of the American Association of Community Colleges board of directors, is the recipient of the Daily Record’s 2018 Icon Honors. »

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The Art of Getting Involved

Four years ago, I was awarded my Ph.D. in sociology from the University of North Texas and started my position as an assistant professor of sociology at the Community College of Baltimore County. »

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P-TECH in Maryland

“This program is unique because of the involvement from our industry partners. They have been instrumental in structuring the mentor program, arranging site visits, and providing input on the curriculum,” Community College of Baltimore County‘s Director of Early College Access Programs Brian Hammond said. “The curriculum piece is so valuable...

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Children's Playhouse Of Maryland Presents 'I hate Shakespeare'

Children's Playhouse of Maryland (CPM), in residence at CCBC Essex, proudly presents I Hate Shakespeare. This play features an ensemble cast of 10 student actors from Baltimore City, Baltimore County and Harford County. »

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#RethinkSchool: Highlighting STEM Research and Education Programs in DE and MD

During the Back to School tour, Diane Auer Jones visited colleges in Delaware and Maryland to celebrate successful institutions and meet with students as the new academic year begins. »

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