CCBC operations impacted by COVID-19

Given the deepening public health crisis and the tightened efforts to contain it, CCBC has implemented severely restricted operations that will affect students, faculty and staff, and the greater college community. Beginning Monday, March 30, CCBC begins remote instruction for all classes. CCBC campuses will be closed to the general public...

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Summer 2020 registration now open

Pick up a few extra classes this summer and get a jump start on fall! Registration for CCBC's summer session is already underway; you can view course schedules online now. Classes start June 1. Visit ccbcmd.edu/register for details.  Summer session registration* and start dates Register until May 31 for 6- and 10-week sessions. Classes...

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Participating in the 2020 census helps your community

Census 2020 time is now! By participating in this important effort, you will play a vital part in shaping the future for yourself, your family and your community for the next decade. Every 10 years, as mandated by the U.S. Constitution, a nationwide census is conducted to count every person living...

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Kurtinitis receives Chief Executive Leadership Award from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education

CCBC President Sandra Kurtinitis has received the Chief Executive Leadership Award for District II from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. The Chief Executive Leadership Award recognizes a member institution's highest ranking officer for outstanding efforts in promoting the understanding and support of education. This includes demonstrating the...

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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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This Maryland group is paying students to go into landscaping—and showing them it’s more than just cutting lawns

Students who apply and are accepted to the American Landscape Institute enter a two-year “earn and learn” program at CCBC, getting 39 college credits while earning a paycheck from local horticultural businesses.»

Tags: Press, Community, Partners, Sustainable Horticulture

$5 million gift will help cover tuition for some University of Baltimore students

Maryland's military veterans and community college graduates will soon be able to complete their bachelor's degree at the University of Baltimore for free, thanks to a landmark gift from an alumnus.»

Tags: Scholarship, Grants, Tuition, Transfer, Press, Partners

CCBC partners with BCPS to host College Fair 2020

The Community College of Baltimore County, in co-sponsorship with Baltimore County Public Schools, is hosting College Fair 2020 at CCBC Catonsville and CCBC Essex during the month of March.»

Tags: College fair, BCPS, High School, Press, Free, Community, Partners

Chesapeake Gateway Chamber of Commerce 2020 award ceremony honors local businesses and importance of CCBC

CCBC President Dr. Sandra Kurtinitis delivered keynote remarks, speaking on the important role of community colleges and the value of collaboration with area industry leaders.»

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Moye sets NJCAA record with 81-point homage to Bryant

CCBC Essex women’s basketball player Mya Moye set a national record by scoring 81 points in a game against Northern Virginia Community College on Jan. 30.»

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