Humanities for All InitiativeAn enriched academic experience to advance successful transfer in the humanities.
CCBC offers students interested in the humanities a unique opportunity for an enriched, dynamic academic experience in partnership with Johns Hopkins University's Krieger School of Arts and Sciences. Humanities for All is funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The Humanities for All initiative is open to all CCBC students, offering particular benefits to those pursuing degrees and transfer within CCBC’s humanities-related academic Pathways.
Humanities for All initiative is for you, if you want to:
- Study the humanities.
- Learn with world-class faculty and scholars.
- Inspire yourself with enriched course content.
- Meet like-minded students.
- Improve your academic and transfer success.
- Challenge yourself to reach your full potential.
- Become a thoughtful leader who can make the world a better place.
Humanities for All opportunities open to all CCBC students:
- Topical lecture series and half-day symposiums.
- Humanities-themed English and Communication Studies courses designed to improve critical thinking, problem-solving and cultural perspectives.
- Enrichment activities including service learning and arts festivals.
- Lectures by renowned Johns Hopkins University humanities faculty and scholars from other institutions.
- Study abroad programs focused on the humanities.
- Field trips to theaters, museums, historical societies and other cultural sites.