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    I Hate Hamlet!

    Dundalk Community Theatre, in residence at CCBC, presents Paul Rudnick’s comedy, I Hate Hamlet!

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    CCBC offers preventive care services for community members at a reduced cost.

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CCBC Student Places Second in National Geospatial Applications Competition

Mapping project examines the correlation between green space and homicide locations in Baltimore City. ... Geospatial Applications is a science that teams space-age technology with the ancient art of mapmaking to show geographic or spatial relationships. CCBC second-year student Molly Finch of Baltimore City, Md. employed this mapping method for her ongoing ...

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It’s NOT too late!

Enroll now in the 7– week BONUS session! Time and money are on your side. CCBC makes it easy for you to get started this semester with CCBC’s 7-week bonus session. Get started now–classes begin March 22. You can even spread the cost with our convenient, interest-free payment plan! Many popular classes...

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CCBC student bloggers provide a glimpse of everyday life

Bloggers discuss topics relevant to you. Have you ever wondered if other college students faced similar experiences and challenges? If you’ve never visited CCBC, do you wonder what’s happening on campus? Get a glimpse into the life of a few CCBC students by following our spring 2017 student bloggers. They’re witty,...

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CCBC President’s Message

Statement addresses Executive Order on Immigration Restrictions Dear CCBC Community, President Trump’s Executive Order on immigration restrictions has stirred a level of anxiety and confusion among some of our students and colleagues, particularly those directly impacted by the countries named in this travel ban: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen....

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Turn an associate degree to a bachelor’s degree for $12,000 or less

Maryland community college grads benefit from UMUC Completion Scholarship. The University of Maryland University College is taking some of the financial sting out of earning a bachelor’s degree for Maryland community college graduates. Through its Completion Scholarship, community college graduates can complete a bachelor’s degree program for $12,000 or less --...

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CCBC’s Center for Business Innovation announces the winners of the 4th Annual Business Plan Competition

This annual event featured 12 finalists vying for $28,500 in seed money and the opportunity to work with CCBC’s top students to get their businesses off the ground. Dennis Sullivan, associate professor of Business at CCBC and the event organizer, announced the six winners for this year’s event. »

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Demand for training in aviation jobs is soaring at Community College of Baltimore County

Today, more than 400 students are receiving training to become air traffic controllers, dispatchers, pilots and flight attendants at a time when demand for skilled workers is high. »

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Community College of Baltimore County program provides a faster track into nursing

Pendleton, a 44-year-old from Reisterstown, was one of about 25 prospective applicants who last week checked out a program offered in Catonsville by the Community College of Baltimore County that speeds up the process of getting a bachelor's in nursing. »

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This Holiday Season, Think Summer –- Summer Theatre That Is!

This holiday season, think Cockpit in Court Summer Theatre - it will enrich your life »

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CCBC manufacturing program gets national accreditation

At a time when jobs are hard to come by, a Maryland college has announced that its computer-aided manufacturing program has received an important national accreditation »

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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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