Spring bonus sessions begin Feb. 10 and March 18

It’s not too late to enroll for spring semester courses. Bonus sessions with classes beginning Feb. 10 and March 18 make it easy to begin or continue your educational journey at CCBC. ... Many popular classes that fulfill degree requirements are available in these accelerated 12- and 7-week formats. Visit ccbcmd.edu/Get-Started/Bonus and ...

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CCBC celebrates Black History Month

President’s Distinguished African-American Lecture Series: Christopher Emdin, Ph.D. 11:10 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 27 CCBC Dundalk | College Community Center Theatre CCBC President Sandra Kurtinitis welcomes urban educator and science advocate Christopher Emdin, Ph.D. as guest lecturer for the 2020 President’s Distinguished African-American Lecture Series. In his keynote speech, “2020 Vision: The Process of...

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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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CCBC schedules emergency preparedness drills in February

As we welcome new and returning students and visitors to campus for the Spring 2020 semester, it’s important for everyone to be familiar with CCBC emergency preparedness drills. In mid-February, we will conduct 10 emergency drills throughout CCBC campus locations: Tuesday, February 18 CCBC Essex (two drills: day and evening) CCBC Randallstown (one...

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$3.88 million grant will support 'Humanities for All 2.0'

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded a combined $3.88 million to CCBC and Johns Hopkins University to support collaborations between the two institutions on humanities curriculum and pedagogy. The grant money will be used to continue the Humanities for All initiative, which was started in 2017 with an original Mellon...

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Gods and Monsters: In Concert

The Baltimore Symphonic Band presents a program of music for the whole family, featuring familiar themes from movies and TV, as well as the thrilling saga Godzilla Eats Las Vegas!»

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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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