Tuition AssistanceIn addition to traditional financial aid (scholarships, grants, and loans), tuition assistance programs are available for certain members of our community.
Any resident of Maryland who is out of the workforce because of a permanent disability as defined by the Social Security Act, the Railroad Retirement Act, (or in the case of former federal employees, the Office of Personnel Management), and enrolls in a community college class that has at least ten regularly enrolled students, may be eligible for a tuition waiver.
All students with disabilities who enroll in credit courses at CCBC are required to take action to continue receiving the tuition waiver.
Early College Access Program (ECAP)
- Maryland resident
- Payment of all CCBC fees
- An enrolled high school junior or senior
- Obtain written approval from a parent and appropriate school official
- Meet enrollment requirements of CCBC
In-County Tuition Programs
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Military Tuition Assistance
Military.com has created resources on Tuition Assistance for each specific branch of the Military.
Delinquent accounts will be assessed a $50.00 non-refundable fee each term they are delinquent. CCBC will refer balances of $250.00 or greater to ECSI Recovery Select immediately after the end of each term for a 90-day period. ECSI Recovery Select will attempt to collect the debt and will contact the student by telephone and postal mail using the address and phone number on file with CCBC. Accounts that remain delinquent after the 90-day period are then referred to the Maryland State Central Collection Unit and an additional 17% collection fee is added to the student's account and the student's credit report could be negatively impacted.