Jul 20, 2018
Expanded selection of online courses CCBC is back in session this fall with a great selection of courses to support your goals. Plus, there are several start dates throughout the semester to help work around your busy schedule. Start dates: August 27 | Full Semester and first 7- week session September 10 | 12-week...
Jul 19, 2018
Dean Emeritus Carol Diane Eustis passed away in 2015, but her legacy lives on at CCBC. The most recent President’s Blog highlights the groundbreaking ceremony for the planned Health Careers Building which will be named in her honor. A tireless advocate for the School of Health Professions, Eustis passed away...
Jul 09, 2018
Come out to CCBC’s Baltimore County College Promise Information Sessions to learn about how to pay for college. Sessions will be held at 6 p.m., July 31 through August 2, for students, and their parents, who want to know more about how to earn an associate degree or workplace certificate...
Jul 04, 2018
Plug in to online learning. See how local performers shine on stage. Discover ways to enhance your outdoor living space. It's all in the brand new Summer/Fall 2018 edition of Link, CCBC's public service magazine that provides Baltimore County residents of all ages, backgrounds and interests with ways to make CCBC's...
Jun 21, 2018
Cockpit in Court Summer Theatre, in residence at CCBC Essex, offers three Broadway productions in July and August that will delight audiences of all ages. Come out of the heat and enjoy fun summer shows, including Disney’s The Lion King, Jr. and The Little Mermaid, and Come Back to the...
CCBC in the news
Jul 02, 2018
by Tim Tooten
A select group of Baltimore County 14- and 15-year-olds already have their sights set on college degrees. The dream is becoming a reality thanks to a popular partnership between the Community College of Baltimore County and Baltimore County Public Schools. »
Jun 28, 2018
by EAB News Desk
"There is an advantage the community college sector has and it's that we probably are the most resilient of the higher education sectors," explains Sandra Kurtinitis, president of the Community College of Baltimore County. »
Jun 21, 2018
by Ashley A. Smith
Inside Higher Ed
In 2009, during the recession, the Community College of Baltimore County saw enrollment peak at about 72,000 students. Today enrollment is closer to 62,000. "We've been focused on managing enrollment to budget, so we have launched a whole series of economic stabilization initiatives," Kurtinitis said. "What works for us is...
Jun 05, 2018
by Carley Milligan
Baltimore Business Journal
Construction will soon begin on a new health careers and technology building at the Community College of Baltimore County Essex »
May 24, 2018
by Charlene Mayo
CCBC Dundalk student Xavier Reeves will be receiving his associate’s degree in General Studies on Saturday, June 2, just one year after graduating high school. »