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2018 President's Distinguished Graduate

A dream deferred is not a dream denied CCBC student Tonya D. Green is the 2018 President’s Distinguished Graduate. Given annually to a student who has shown exemplary leadership and commitment to others, Green will be bestowed with this honor as well as deliver the commencement address at CCBC’s 2018 Commencement...

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CCBC mourns the loss of the county executive

CCBC President Dr. Sandra Kurtinitis expresses her heartfelt condolences on the sudden passing of Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, who was a longtime supporter of CCBC’s mission to educate and train the local workforce. Over the years, Dr. Kurtinitis worked with Kamenetz on a number of efforts to benefit the...

CCBC earns Phi Theta Kappa awards

CCBC’s Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society members garnered several awards at the recent PTK Catalyst 2018 International Convention held in Kansas City, Mo. Ten students and advisors represented CCBC at the event, which also celebrated PTK’s 100th anniversary. Each of CCBC’s three PTK chapters are Five-Star Chapters based on...

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Don’t miss your chance to see Hairspray!

Children’s Playhouse of MD (CPM), in residence at CCBC Essex, presents the Tony Award winning musical Hairspray as part of its Young Adult Series. Based on Baltimore native John Waters’ film, the production features 35 student actors from Baltimore City, Baltimore County, and Harford County. Valerie Ziegler of Abingdon appears as...

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Maryland’s Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) has dedicated and renamed its interpreter preparation program and classroom laboratory in honor of the late A. Eugene and Bernice Hoeper, who contributed more than $1 million in endowment funding to CCBC through the A. Eugene Hoeper Foundation. »

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Developmental ed isn’t what it used to be – with better results

Across the country, the traditional approach to developmental education of using a standardized assessment test to place students into one or more remediation courses has fallen progressively into disfavor »

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CCBC Wants to Help Define Community College of the 21st Century

CCBC Wants to Help Define Community College of the 21st Century »

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Baltimore County's College Promise

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and CCBC President Sandra Kurtinitis announce this program that makes CCBC tuition-free for eligible students »

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Baltimore County Builds a College Promise

With the proposed Baltimore County College Promise program, college-ready, recent high school graduates will be able to complete their certificates and degrees at CCBC debt-free »

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