Register NOW for Spring

Registration is now open for Spring 2020 at CCBC. If you are a previous CCBC student who stopped attending before 2019, and enroll for this spring semester between January 16- 31, you can have your registration and payment plan fees waived. That’s an $80 value! ... Classes fill quickly, so get started ...

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CCBC extends in-person registration hours

CCBC is extending its in-person registration hours for the Spring 2020 semester to allow for greater flexibility in registering for classes. CCBC’s Spring credit classes begin Jan. 27 for the full semester and the first 7-week session. The Spring 12-week session begins Feb. 10 and the final 7-week session starts March ...

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CCBC hosts Sealant Saturday on Feb. 22

CCBC’s Dental Hygiene program will host Sealant Saturday, 8:30 a.m.- 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 22 at CCBC Dundalk, 7200 Sollers Point Road. This free event will be held in the Dental Arts Building. Sealant Saturday services include free dental examinations, fluoride treatments and protective coatings (sealants) for permanent molars ...

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Complete FAFSA to qualify for College Promise scholarships

Think you don’t need to worry about FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)? Think again!  If you want to qualify for any type of grants or loans–even the College Promise programs–you must complete the FAFSA.  According to CCBC’s Financial Aid Director Virginia Zawodny, the FAFSA is available on October 1 every...

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CCBC alumnus makes generous donation to the Massage Therapy program

CCBC recently received a $128,500 donation for the college’s Massage Therapy program from CCBC alumnus William Welsh and the Kahlert Foundation. Welsh is the husband of Theodora “Teddie” Welsh, the program’s director from 2002 to 2009, who passed away in 2010 after a battle with cancer. Welsh’s generous donation was matched...

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Halethorpe sisters, aspiring teachers achieve honors through decades of schooling—together

Biddinger sisters graduate summa cum laude from University of Maryland, Baltimore County with master’s degrees in early education.»

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Essex women's basketball goes from zero to nationally ranked

CCBC Essex hadn’t had a women’s basketball program in over 15 years. Now they have one of the best in the country.»

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Celestial Show: What Was the Christmas Star?

CCBC Catonsville's Banneker Planetarium presents a family-friendly show about the science surrounding the star of Bethlehem.»

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Three cohorts of entrepreneurs graduate from '10,000 Small Businesses' program

114 small-business owners from across the state honored during ceremony at Morgan State.»

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Movers and Shakers: Sandra Kurtinitis | CCBC

CCBC President Sandra Kurtinitis named a 2019 Whitney M. Young, Jr. Service Award honoree by the Baltimore Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America.»

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