CCBC Summer and Fall 2020 registration now open

Community College of Baltimore County is pleased to announce that registration is currently open for Summer and Fall 2020 courses at CCBC. Register now for the best selection of classes. Summer sessions CCBC is offering Summer 2020 classes in 5–, 6–, 7– and 10–week sessions. The 6– and 10–week sessions starting...

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Congratulations, Class of 2020

Since issues surrounding the current global health crisis prevented the college from hosting a traditional commencement event this year, CCBC employed video technology to celebrate the Class of 2020 in a virtual ceremony.  ... Check our Commencement page to watch the ceremony, read profiles of some very distinguished graduates -- Jazmine Richison, ...

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Rohrs named 2020 Distinguished Alumnus

At the CCBC Student Life Banquet, which this year was held virtually on May 14, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Richard Rohrs was named the 2020 Distinguished Alumnus of the Year. Rohrs is a 1977 graduate of the then-Essex Community College/Johns Hopkins Physician Assistant program. He has practiced internal medicine for more than...

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CCBC President Sandra Kurtinitis named '2020 Influential Marylander'

CCBC President Sandra Kurtinitis has been named a 2020 Influential Marylander by The Daily Record. The virtual awards ceremony was held on June 1. Influential Marylanders was created in 2006 to honor people who have made significant impacts in their field and continue to be leaders in Maryland. These individuals are selected...

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CCBC to offer contact trace investigator training

CCBC is partnering with Baltimore County government to create an online training for contact trace investigators. These investigators work with individuals who have suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19, helping to identify others with whom they have had close contact during the time they may have been infectious. Federal and state...

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Prospective college students change their mind to attend community colleges amid pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic appears to be changing how some high school graduates are making their college choices, and it could mean more of them choosing community colleges.»

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Parade celebrates college graduation of man left paralyzed after crash

A graduation celebration kicked off Sunday that many thought would be impossible. Friends of Rakeem Bowdry celebrated his graduation from the Community College of Baltimore County with a big parade.»

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Participant shares experience with free contact tracing course offered by the Community College of Baltimore Co.

As local health departments expand their contact tracing work force to control the spread of COVID-19, a few organizations are offering free training to prepare people for those jobs.»

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Kurtinitis tells us what remote campus life entails for many local students and teachers at CCBC

Kurtinitis had a lot on her mind and a wealth of information. Clearly, a lot has changed and it’s happening very quickly – and crisis management has become the key role for all us during the pandemic.»

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Sticking with your mission through a remote shift

Providing students with flexible alternative options, like offering class vouchers for dropped classes, can benefit both the learner and the institution.»

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