Attend CCBC tuition-free for Fall 2020

CCBC is easing the financial strain of enrolling this fall with a plan that allows students to attend tuition-free. By providing students with supplemental aid after the awarding of scholarships, grants and COVID-19 relief funding, CCBC is removing the biggest barrier found in higher education: cost. “We recognize the financial hardship...

President’s blog charts path to 'next normal'

In her latest President’s Blog, CCBC President Dr. Sandra Kurtinitis charts a path to CCBC’s “next normal” as the college maneuvers its way through the coronavirus pandemic. ... Watch the virtual conversation held with donors as President Kurtinitis shares a snapshot of the college’s status at the beginning of the pandemic, ...

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CCBC shares plans for a return to campus

After several months of remote instruction and operations due to COVID-19, CCBC is gradually and purposefully easing back into a more fully engaged community of faculty, staff and students. ... Coinciding with the guidelines established by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan and Baltimore County Executive John Olszewski Jr., CCBC’s plans and timeline for ...

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Students awarded Gilman International Scholarships

Two CCBC students have been awarded Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships for study abroad in 2021. Imani Stewart and Jagatvir Singh both received the maximum award of $5,000. They plan to use their awards to study abroad in a Spanish university program that offers courses in business and Spanish language. Stewart, a...

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CCBC awarded study abroad grant for 2021

CCBC Global Education has been awarded a $35,000 grant from USA Study Abroad for study abroad projects in 2021, which will include alternative domestic plans should travel not be permitted. CCBC was one of 24 colleges in the U.S. and Puerto Rico to receive the IDEAS (Increase and Diversify Education...

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CCBC offering college students free tuition amid coronavirus crisis

The Community College of Baltimore County is offering students a semester of free tuition after receiving money from a number of public and private sources.»

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CCBC doing away with tuition costs for some students this fall

Community College of Baltimore County will allow some students to enroll in fall courses for free, in an effort to help relieve some of the financial burdens of Covid-19.»

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CCBC offering free fall tuition, see how you can enroll

It doesn’t get much cheaper than this. Free classes at the Community College of Baltimore County this fall. President Sandra Kurtinitis explains how CCBC is making it happen.»

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CCBC professor receives 2020 ACBSP Teaching Excellence Award

Professor Melissa Stitt, Associate Professor, Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC), has been named a regional recipient of the 2020 ACBSP Teaching Excellence Award.»

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CCBC to host virtual Discover CCBC information sessions

Community College of Baltimore County will host a series of virtual Discover CCBC Information Sessions for high school students, parents, college transfer students and adults returning to college.»

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