• CCBC student Rama Sawalhi

    Rama Sawalhi

    Human Services Counseling major and full-time mom, Rama enjoys CCBC for its flexible scheduling and affordability.

  • Angie Schwartz

    Angie Schwartz

    After graduating CCBC, Angie plans to use her Sustainable Horticulture degree to start a non-profit farm and develop educational programs for children and adults.

  • Devin Clark

    Devin Clark

    Devin sees CCBC as the first step to furthering his career as a software developer and engineer.

CCBC students in their own words

Every CCBC student’s goal is different, and every path distinct.

Many come right out of high school to take the first steps toward a college degree or to get the knowledge and skills they need to jump into the workforce. Others are returning to build their resume or retool their skills after years away from school. Some have come to CCBC simply to pursue their interests.

Whatever the goal, they all soon discover that they have come to the right place to reach it.

Connect with a CCBC student:

Abby Duffy Communication and Media Studies icon
Akira Tisdale Interpreter Preparation icon instagram icon facebook icon
Angie Schwartz
Sustainable Horticulture
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Devin Clark
Computer Science
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Eric Belyea
Business Administration
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Jadia Rodney General Studies  icon
Melanie Judd
Engineering
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Morwa Nandy
Nursing
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N’Dera Muhammad General Studies instagram icon
Rama Sawaldi Human Services Counseling icon instagram icon facebook icon twitter logo blog icon
Sasha-Rae Mohead
Health Informatics and Information Technology (HIIT)
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Shannon Hughes Construction Management  icon
Vivian Delgado
Histotechnology
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