Feb 22, 2019
Enroll now in our 7–week BONUS session! Time and money are on your side. CCBC makes it easy for you to get started this semester with our convenient 7–week bonus Bonus session. The 7-week option gives you additional flexibility for scheduling your time at CCBC. Get started now–classes begin March 20. You...
Feb 21, 2019
Undergraduate students at Baltimore-area colleges and universities are invited to submit their original films to the 2019 CCBC Annual Student Film Festival. The festival is sponsored by the Community College of Baltimore County Film Society, which is dedicated to supporting student filmmakers in and around Baltimore by encouraging them to...
Feb 19, 2019
Join us for CCBC’s College Promise Information Sessions to learn how to earn an associate degree or workplace certificate tuition-free. Baltimore County and Maryland Community College Promise scholarships are available. Class of 2019 and Class of 2018 graduates of public, parochial or private high schools, home instruction programs, GED recipients...
Feb 14, 2019
As part of its emergency preparedness plans, CCBC will be conducting emergency drills Monday, Feb. 25 at CCBC Essex and CCBC Hunt Valley. Additional drills are scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 26 at CCBC Catonsville and CCBC Randallstown. Drills will consist of either severe weather, active shooter or fire emergency drills...
Feb 11, 2019
Join us as the Office of Intercultural Engagement host events throughout February celebrating Black History Month. February 14, 2019 11:10 a.m. - 12:35 p.m. CCBC Dundak, Career Building, Rm. 207 Mosaic Talks – “A Lesson on Culture” Students explore their cultural script in the context of the cultures they have been exposed to through...
CCBC in the news
Jan 30, 2019
by Matthew Dembicki
Community College Daily
It’s time to step up innovation when it comes to serving college students, especially in terms of preparing them for the workplace.»
Jan 30, 2019
by Bill Gates
The Dundalk Eagle
The CCBC Dundalk men’s basketball team looked like it had revived its season with a four-game winning streak that brought it close to a .500 record at 7-9.»
Jan 28, 2019
by Adranisha Stephens
Baltimore’s Child magazine
In case you missed it: Qualifying residents receive up to $5,000 in annual scholarship money. Those who qualify are students whose families earn less than $150,000 a year and or less than $100,000 in a single-parent household.»
Jan 22, 2019
by WMAR Staff
On Tuesday the school announced they are offering a zero-down, no-interest payment plan to cover tuition and fees for students enrolling for Spring 2019, as well as eligible non-credit workforce training programs. »
Jan 22, 2019
by Dundalk Eagle Staff
In addition to a deferred payment plan, CCBC also makes valuable connections to social support services for students through it College and Community Outreach program which connects students with agencies to help those facing challenges with food insecurity, transportation, housing, utility payments and more.»