Recent Press Releases
Jan 22, 2021
Community College of Baltimore County is extending in-person service hours to allow better flexibility for students interested in Spring semester enrollment. CCBC’s Spring full semester credit classes and first 7-week session begins February 1. A 10-week session starts March 1, with a final 7-week session starting March 24. Online enrollment...
Jan 21, 2021
The Board of Trustees for the Community College of Baltimore County will meet in public session at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 27 at CCBC Essex, 7201 Rossville Boulevard. The board meeting will be held in the Robert and Eleanor Romadka College Center, Upper Level Lobby. The agenda for the board...
Dec 14, 2020
Community College of Baltimore County’s Center for Business Innovation is offering a Small Business Ownership Program for aspiring entrepreneurs seeking to start or grow their own business. This 12-session series covers a broad range of subjects critical to the success and sustainability of a new or existing business venture. Experienced...
Dec 01, 2020
Community College of Baltimore County presents the CCBC Dance Company’s Fall 2020 Dance concert premiering at 7 p.m., Friday, Dec. 4 and can be seen on the CCBC Performing Arts YouTube channel. The CCBC Dance Company is in residence at CCBC Essex, under the artistic direction of Melinda Blomquist and Associate...
CCBC opens Transportation Training Center at Tradepoint Atlantic Center to offer new CDL training starting late fall
Nov 16, 2020
Community College of Baltimore County, in conjunction with the CCBC Foundation, is proud to announce the opening of a new Transportation Training Center at Tradepoint Atlantic. As part of this new center, CCBC will offer Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) training with an expansive new driving range, a welcomed addition to...
CCBC in the news
Nov 24, 2020
by Tim Tooten
The coronavirus pandemic has brought attention to the need for more registered nurses and other front line health care professionals.»
Baltimore County colleges and universities will be holding classes almost entirely online after Thanksgiving
Nov 23, 2020
by Allana Haynes
The Baltimore Sun
With the holiday season quickly approaching, colleges and universities in Baltimore County will be meeting almost entirely online after Thanksgiving for the rest of the semester to try to prevent a surge in coronavirus cases.»
CCBC hosts virtual ribbon cutting, CCBC celebrates opening of the Carol Diane Eustis Center for Health Professions
Oct 29, 2020
by WMAR Staff
The next generation of healthcare workers at CCBC have a new multi-million-dollar facility to hone their skills.»
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.»
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