Humanities for All InitiativeAn enriched academic experience to advance successful transfer in the humanities.
CCBC offers students interested in the humanities a unique opportunity for an enriched, dynamic academic experience in partnership with Johns Hopkins University's Krieger School of Arts and Sciences. Humanities for All is funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The Humanities for All initiative is open to all CCBC students, offering particular benefits to those pursuing degrees and transfer within CCBC’s humanities-related academic Pathways.
Humanities for All initiative is for you, if you want to:
- Study the humanities.
- Learn with world-class faculty and scholars.
- Inspire yourself with enriched course content.
- Meet like-minded students.
- Improve your academic and transfer success.
- Challenge yourself to reach your full potential.
- Become a thoughtful leader who can make the world a better place.
Humanities for All opportunities open to all CCBC students:
- Topical lecture series and half-day symposiums.
- Humanities-themed English and Communication Studies courses designed to improve critical thinking, problem-solving and cultural perspectives.
- Enrichment activities including service learning and arts festivals.
- Lectures by renowned Johns Hopkins University humanities faculty and scholars from other institutions.
- Study abroad programs focused on the humanities.
- Field trips to theaters, museums, historical societies and other cultural sites.
Humanities-related academic pursuits
Visit ccbcmd.edu/pathways to view a calendar of upcoming Humanities for All opportunities and events.
Immersive classroom experience
Students admitted into the CCBC Honors Program can participate in an immersive classroom experience that enhances transfer success to four-year colleges and universities. Students are paired with JHU graduate students for deep reading exercises.
For more information, contact Abdul Ali, Honors Program Coordinator, by emailing
Mellon Scholars Lecture Series
For more information, contact Abdul Ali, Honors Program Coordinator, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mellon Scholars Summer Research Experience
Mellon Grant Symposium
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