Anderson Jaggernauth
CCBC Honors Student

CCBC in three words: Affordable, reliable, and professional.

Anderson Jaggernauth started taking classes at CCBC as a dual enrollment student while he was a junior in high school. He graduated from CCBC – for the first time – in 2019 with an associate degree in General Studies. Because of CCBC’s affordability, he decided to return to continue his education in the Radiography (X-Ray Technology) program.

“The cost of attending CCBC is unmatched, that’s why I keep coming back,” said Jaggernauth, who anticipates graduating again in 2024. “With the help from financial aid, plus scholarships and stipends, I was able to graduate in 2019 debt-free, compared to my friends who went to trade schools who are still working on paying off their student loans.”

Jaggernauth enjoys the flexible scheduling CCBC has to offer, and he has taken advantage of online classes during the pandemic. He said classes were both challenging and rewarding, and he learned many new skills as a remote learner, such as how to operate independently of a professor.

In addition to being one of CCBC’s Fresh Faces student ambassadors, Jaggernauth is a part of the Honors Program, Mellon Scholars Program.

“I wanted to become a Fresh Face at CCBC so I could connect with other students like myself who did not have the conventional story of knowing what they wanted to be after high school,” he said. “It’s important to take advantage of all the opportunities presented. Being involved in CCBC is essential for success beyond these four walls.”
Anderson Jaggernauth