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Student Development

CCBC’s Student Development office strives to help students reach their fullest potential.

Student development is responsible for academic success, helping to plan your career path, placement testing and assessments, and TRIO programs (serving low-income individuals, first-generation college students and individuals with disabilities).

Whether you are seeking a degree or targeting transfer, our advisors can guide you on your way and help you to stay on track throughout your time at CCBC. Get advice about course selection, transfer options, program requirements and more.

Academic Advising

Student Accessibility Services at CCBC is dedicated to providing reasonable accommodations to students with disabilities, ensuring academic equity and opportunity.

Accessibility Services

This department makes sure that students are supported throughout their journey at CCBC and helps them prepare for their next steps whether it's graduation or starting a career. Services include:


Pam Runge
Director, Student Retention and Transition Services
Phone: 443.840.5307

Most new students will need to take a placement test for math, English or both. The testing and assessment office can help students determine if, when and where they should sign up.

Placement Testing

Contact Us

Chad Adero

Dean, Student Development