You’ve got a lot to balance.

Register NOW for fall at CCBC.  You’ve got a lot to balance. Fortunately, CCBC is back in session this fall with a great selection of courses to support your goals. Classes fill quickly, so register today to get the schedule you want. Here’s how to get started: Already a CCBC student? If you’ve taken...

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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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Sustainable Horticulture Program offers two certificate options

CCBC is partnering with the American Landscape Institute (ALI) and TALMAR Gardens, an urban farming program to provide two certificate options for students. According to Bradley W. Thompson, assistant professor and director of the Sustainable Horticulture Program, “CCBC is extremely excited to be able to offer our students two major and...

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Latest edition of Link now available

Baltimore County residents are discovering valuable CCBC connections for making sound higher education decisions, improving their careers, and pursuing active, healthy lifestyles. It's all in the Summer/Fall 2017 issue of Link, CCBC's public service magazine that provides Baltimore County residents of all ages, backgrounds and interests with ways to make CCBC's...

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CCBC and JHU awarded $1.7 million from Mellon Foundation

Collaborative efforts between the two schools will support the Humanities. The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded a combined $1.725 million to and Johns Hopkins University to support collaborations between the two institutions on Humanities curriculum. CCBC received $980,000 to enrich the academic experience of students within the Humanities. Working together...

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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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Hopkins, Community College of Baltimore County to partner on humanities

Johns Hopkins University and the Community College of Baltimore County have been awarded a combined $1.725 million to partner on humanities education, the community college announced Thursday. »

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Culturally Responsive Developmental Education

Historically black colleges have had some success merging developmental education reforms with culturally sensitive teaching practices, which a new report said should cause community colleges and four-year universities to take note. »

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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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