School of Health Professions
- Largest provider of undergraduate health care education in the State of Maryland.
- The Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program is the largest of 14 allied health programs.
- CCBC’s Nursing Program is a leader in supporting Maryland’s effort to increase the number of students who complete a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing.
- CCBC was awarded a second, four-year ATB grant in the amount of $1,085,970. CCBC’s goal is to have 812 nursing students enrolled in a BSN pathway before graduating and realize 320 new BSNs by June 30, 2020.
- Kaiser Permanente provided $50,000 to support the purchase and installation of a SimView audio visual system to expand the capacity for high fidelity simulations used in nursing and allied health programs.
- The Maryland Higher Education Commission provided over $85,000 in funding to enhance or expand programs in shortage areas such as Practical Nursing and Medical Laboratory Technology.
- With over $10,000 in support from the Delta Dental Foundation, 326 students have provided dental care to over 300 low-income residents of Baltimore County over six years.
- Increased the pass rate of students passing the first two semesters on the first try by 43%.
- Increased the graduation rates among non-whites from 22% to 52%.
- Implemented student support strategies targeting seven healthcare programs.
- Trained more than 100 dental hygiene and dental assistant students.
- Provided free or low-cost preventive dental care to more than 600 community members.
- 241 students enrolled in nursing and allied health programs received scholarships averaging $1,000 for credit programs and $500 for continuing education programs.