• A group of CCBC Veteran Students sit together in discussion

    “Lunch and Learns” are a regular part of the Veteran Services Event Calendar each month.

CCBC supports veterans, service members and military families

CCBC takes pride in serving those who have served by providing attention to the needs of our military-connected student from all branches of the military, whether they are
  • Active duty
  • National Guard 
  • Reservists
  • Veterans (prior military service)
  • Dependent spouses or children 
  • Survivors
CCBC Veteran Services would like to thank you for your service! We’re here to help you succeed in the classroom and beyond by connecting you to all of the internal and external support resources you’ve earned.

Outside of military education benefits, CCBC offers a variety of resources to all military-connected students, including those who are not eligible for military educational benefits and those who are not currently using them.

It all starts at the Veteran Resource Center

We also invite each of you to visit your campus Veteran Resource Centers (VRC). There is a resource center located on each of our three main campuses: Catonsville, Dundalk and Essex, for your convenience. At the Veteran Resource Center, you can connect with your dedicated VRC Staff.

Your Veteran Resource Center Staff

Your VRC Staff are a MUST SEE for all military-connected students seeking academic, wellness and military-related resources. Their role is to help you with appropriate referrals to CCBC resources, as well as to external community resources.

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