Summer Sessions Open

Enroll now to get the classes you want. This summer is a great time to pick up a few credits at CCBC’s affordable tuition rate! An expanded lineup of online and in-person classes makes our accelerated summer sessions the perfect way to catch up or get ahead. We offer 5-, 6-, 7- ...

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Check out The President's Blog

Check out the latest edition of The President’s Blog, the personal thoughts, views and opinions of CCBC President Sandra Kurtinitis, Ph.D. A nationally respected community college leader, President Kurtinitis shares her insights on topics specific to CCBC as well as those impacting community colleges of the 21st century.  ... Be sure to follow President Kurtinitis ...

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CCBC hosts Spring 2019 Job Fair

Calling all job seekers! Attend CCBC’s Spring 2019 Job Fair to get moving in the right direction toward a new career. Hosted by CCBC’s Career Services office, this free job fair is open to CCBC students and the public and provide participants the opportunity to meet face-to-face with a variety of...

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CCBC closed for spring recess April 13-22

CCBC will be closed for spring recess from Saturday, April 13 through Monday, April 22. The college reopens and classes resume Tuesday, April 23.    Even when the college is closed, you can still register for Summer 2019 classes online at ccbcmd.edu/register. Classes start Monday, June 3, so don't delay. Have a safe...

CCBC Student Film Festival presents competition winners

CCBC is hosting its sixth annual CCBC Student Film Festival featuring winning productions from JHU-MICA, Towson University, Stevenson University, UMBC and CCBC student filmmakers. Sponsored by the CCBC Film Society, the event takes place 4:30-8 p.m. Thursday, April 25 at the CCBC Catonsville Center for the Arts Lounge, 800 S. ...

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Independent audit demanded over Mayor's book deal

John Dedie, Professor of Political Science Community College of Baltimore County says, "The Baltimore City Council has been very quiet and muted on this in part because the budget is coming up and there's a lot of political pressure." »

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Study: 40% of community college students take humanities classes

About 2.8 million community college students took one or more humanities courses in the fall of 2015, according to a new report by Humanities Indicators. »

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CCBC Essex to welcome 'Me Too' Movement founder Tarana Burke

Burke will share her powerful story as creator of what is now an international movement that supports survivors of sexual assault and harassment. »

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After years of feuding with fellow Democrats, Maryland Comptroller Franchot at risk of losing regulatory roles

John Dedie, a political science professor at the Community College of Baltimore County, said Franchot appears to be relishing the fight. »

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Spotlight: Community College of Baltimore County

Serving nearly 63,000 students annually, CCBC takes pride in its more than 200 different degree, transfer pattern and certificate options. »

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