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Enroll now in our 7– week BONUS session! Time and money are on your side. CCBC makes it easy for you to get started this semester with our BONUS 7-week session. Classes start on October 18.  You can even spread the cost with our convenient, interest-free payment plan! Many popular classes that...

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CCBC President shares her support for DACA students

The decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program has put the future of thousands of students across the country who seek the safety net of DACA in limbo. CCBC serves approximately 70 DACA students – small in comparison to the 9,000 in Maryland -- but we ...

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CCBC and Hopkins create new Anesthesia Technology program

CCBC and Johns Hopkins Health System have collaborated to create a new Anesthesia Technology program unlike any within the state or region. Under this new program, those currently employed or those interested in the field can earn an associate of applied science degree – a credential mandated in 2015 by...

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Alumni & Friends weekend lets alums reconnect

Alumni are encouraged to reserve Sept. 22-24, 2017 for a weekend of fun, food and festivities as the CCBC Alumni Association hosts Alumni & Friends weekend. It’s a great time to reconnect with the college, especially while CCBC is celebrating its 60th anniversary. Events kickoff Sept. 22 with a 7 p.m....

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CCBC receives National Endowment for the Arts grant for Baltimore Stories

CCBC is the recipient of a $15,000 Art Works grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. Given to support Baltimore Stories, CCBC’s yearlong series of stories about Baltimore told through dance, music and theater, the funding supports commissioned work by artists who live or have roots in the Baltimore...

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Diversity Is Up in Humanities at 2-Year Colleges

An increasing number of minority students are pursuing associate degrees in humanities and liberal arts at community colleges »

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Hidden in Plain Sight: Understanding Part-Time College Students in America

Most part-time college students never make it to graduation. The higher education system must do better »

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Baltimore Co. High Schoolers Can Earn College Credits In New Program

Partnership with the Community College of Baltimore County, allows incoming ninth graders to earn high school and college credits at the same time. »

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Woodlawn Highs early college program preparation kicks off

Preparations for the first-ever Early College Program at Woodlawn High School kicked off last week for county students who will work to earn their diplomas and associate's degrees at the same time. »

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Baltimore County school fast tracks college education for incoming freshman

Nearly 100 students have signed up to take high school and college courses at the same time, and to do it for four years straight. »

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