Oct 15, 2020
Need to pick up a few more credits over winter break? Or maybe you’re ready to lock in your spring schedule? CCBC is here to help you reach your goals. Winter start dates December 26: Early start, online only January 4: 3- and 4-week sessions Spring start dates February 1: Full semester...
Oct 14, 2020
CCBC will host a virtual ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the opening of the new Carol Diane Eustis Center for Health Professions at CCBC Essex at 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 29. The event will include celebratory remarks from CCBC President Sandra Kurtinitis, elected officials and other distinguished guests. A virtual tour of...
Oct 13, 2020
CCBC has partnered with the University of Baltimore to enable students to save time, money and discover a more streamlined transfer process. The BeeLine Dual Admission program allows CCBC students who plan to earn their associate degree to apply for early admission to UB. By joining the program, students can receive...
Oct 12, 2020
CCBC’s Center for Business Innovation is accepting entries to its Eighth Annual Business Plan Competition, offering a top prize of $20K for a budding entrepreneur. A total of $62,500 in seed money will be awarded among the top six finalists. The competition is open to current or former students who have...
Oct 11, 2020
The TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) exam is a mandatory prerequisite for any student looking to enroll in a nursing or allied health school. ... The CCBC Essex Testing Center is now offering the TEAS exam every Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. The CCBC Catonsville Testing Center will start proctoring the TEAS ...
CCBC in the news
Oct 12, 2020
by Jenna Najera
The Baltimore Sun
For the first year in its history, the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) is celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day in place of Columbus Day.»
Oct 04, 2020
by Don Mohler
Dr. Sandra Kurtinitis says community colleges are putting people in a position for new start with new skills after the pandemic.»
Sep 28, 2020
by Sarah Wood
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education
To assist individuals impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, Maryland’s Governor Larry Hogan announced $10 million in funding for 16 community colleges impacted by the deadly virus.»
Sep 24, 2020
by Avenue News Staff
The Avenue News
It just became more feasible to start a business in Baltimore County thanks to the Community College of Baltimore County’s Business Plan Competition.»
Sep 20, 2020
by Baltimore Times Staff
The Baltimore Times
Simply put, Takia Ross is a winner. Ross earned a $1,000 grant in a CCBC pitch competition that promised to provide small business owners with startup cash, as well as access to experienced mentors who could help them craft business and marketing plans and learn to manage their finances.»