Payment Options for Non-Credit CoursesNeed help covering the cost of your non-credit class at CCBC? Tuition assistance and flexible payment options are available for certain life enrichment, professional development and job skills classes.
Financial Aid funding is available for students who qualify for selected workforce-based programs and courses. Explore the options below and contact the Continuing Education Information Center at 443.840.4700 for more details.
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Note: This service is limited to students enrolled in a course costing at least $500 OR multiple courses in the same program division totaling $500. The payment plan should conclude prior to the course end date. Please call us at 443.840.4700 for more information and assistance with enrolling.
The Baltimore County and Maryland College Promise programs are scholarships that can be used for tuition and fees for many of our Continuing Education Workforce Training Certificate programs. These programs give you the training and skills to prepare you for a career, professional licensure, and certification. It is for "last dollar in" and it will cover mandatory tuition and fees for eligible students after applying all financial awards, such as a Pell grant, first.For eligibility requirements and additional information, visit ccbcmd.edu/collegepromise
Tuition waiver for seniors
Tuition waiver for individuals with disabilities
Individuals who are under 60 years of age and certified as retired due to disability as defined by the Social Security or the Railroad Retirement Act, may enroll in CCBC without a charge for tuition for eligible courses that lead to employment, including life skills instruction. Application fees, including registration and out-of-county fees, will be charged.Disabled students who wish to apply for the waiver need to obtain a Certification of SSI/SSDI Disability form. This form is available online at www.ccbcmd.edu/hb104, at the School of Continuing Education registration area, at any CCBC registration office on any campus, or by calling 443.840.4700. This form must be taken to the appropriate Social Security Office, or federal pension or retirement authority, which services the account for completion and signature.
The certification form, registration form and payment may be brought to any CCBC registration office. However, for the fastest service, please bring completed certificate of eligibility and registration paperwork to:
CCBC Continuing Education
Continuing Education Building, 127
800 South Rolling Road
Baltimore, MD 21228
Employer or sponsor paid tuition
Community Assistance Network
Workforce Investment Act
Baltimore County Residents:
- Eastpoint Workforce Development Center: 410.288.9050
- Hunt Valley Workforce Development Center: 410.887.7940
- The Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development: 410.396.3009
- These one-stop centers can provide you with more information on accessing WIA job training funds
Workforce Development Sequence Scholarship
The scholarship is open to Maryland residents or graduates of a Maryland high school and to active US military members stationed in Maryland.
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Division of rehabilitation services
Call 443.840.4700 for additional information.