It’s Community College Month!

Let's celebrate Maryland's 16 community colleges April is Community College Month and CCBC is celebrating all month long! In Maryland, there are 16 community colleges that are doing lots of great work to help students earn degrees and credentials, build careers and improve their lives. Our communities are strengthened by a more-educated...

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Summer sessions open!

Enroll now to get the classes you want This Summer is a great time to pick up a few credits at CCBC’s affordable tuition rate! An expanded lineup of online and in-person classes makes our accelerated Summer sessions the perfect way to catch up or get ahead. We offer 5,6,7 and 10...

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New online options!

CCBC Online offers 20 online degree and certificate options starting this fall. The opportunity to earn a degree or certificate just got easier with the launch of CCBC Online – an assortment of fully online degree and certificate options available this fall. From Criminal Justice to Cybersecurity, you’ll find these programs and...

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Attend CCBC tuition-free!

Imagine attending CCBC without the worry of paying tuition. For some students, it could become a reality thanks to the Baltimore County College Promise Program. Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz recently announced the Baltimore County College Promise Program -- an initiative that guarantees eligible students can attend CCBC tuition-free. The program...

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Student bloggers give glimpse of everyday life at CCBC

Do you ever wonder what CCBC students are thinking and talking about? Well, wonder no more! Check out our CCBC student bloggers to find out what’s on their minds. They’ll share the activities they enjoy, their advice for juggling school and personal life, their hopes and aspirations and so much...

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DCT heats up theater season with The Graduate

Dundalk Community Theatre (DCT) continues its 2017-2018 season this weekend with the stage version of The Graduate. »

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Governor Hogan brings his cabinet to Baltimore County

Hogan opted to hold a “regional cabinet meeting” at CCBC Essex before he and his top aides toured various parts of the county, including trips to Franklin Square Hospital, the new Dulaney High School and more. »

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Dundalk Community Theatre Presents The Graduate

Dundalk Community Theatre heats up its 2018 season with "The Graduate" from February 23 - March 4th. The stage play is based on the novel and 1967 film, and recommended for patrons over the age of 13. »

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Hogan's visit to Baltimore County touches on both government and politics

“Baltimore County is going to be ground zero battleground for the governor’s race, so an event like this is really important. In many ways it was a campaign event,” said John Dedie, a political science professor at the Community College of Baltimore County who observed the cabinet meeting at the...

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Foundations essential to college workforce programs

“There has been a sea change in community college involvement with foundations,” said Sandra Kurtinis, president of the Community College of Baltimore County (Maryland) and chair-elect of the American Association of Community Colleges’ board of directors, at a plenary session she moderated at AACC’s Workforce Development Institute (WDI). »

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