CCBC fiscal year 2021 annual report available online
Dec 12, 2021“Stronger together,” CCBC’s FY 2021 annual report to the community, is now available online. The report details the college’s achievements and successes for the period of July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021 – a year of challenges, successes and innovations.
In addition to CCBC financial reports, enrollment statistics and other important data, the publication offers highlights like these:
- CCBC worked to ease the financial strain of enrolling in the Fall 2020 semester with a plan that allowed students to attend tuition-free, removing the biggest barrier found in higher education: cost.
- The college’s new Tradepoint Atlantic site welcomed its first class of students in CCBC’s Commercial Driver’s License program.
- U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona toured CCBC Catonsville’s on-site child care center and automotive lab, where he met with students and spoke about the importance of a community college education.
- The Health Resource and Services Administration awarded CCBC a $559,251 grant to create the Opioid-Impacted Family Support Program, offering participants significant resources to become successfully employed behavioral health trainees.