The Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) offers an impressive number of courses and, on top of that, its Essex campus offers an impressive student environment.
CCBC offers over 100 associate’s degrees and certificate programs, placing it among the top colleges in Maryland in terms of selection.
Through this series, CCBC hosts presentations by an array of authors, activists, celebrities and educators.
Other aspects of student life include a range of programs intended to support students on all levels.
These include the Peer Mentoring program, whereby students mentor one another, Disability Support Services, Multicultural Student Services, and the Childcare and Educational Talent Search which provides additional supports to students planning to transfer.
Other services include the Student Success Center, the Counseling Center, the Tutoring Center and Career Services. This gives students the opportunity to gain experience in television production and to have the news delivered to them.
Financial aid offerings at CCBC include veterans benefits, state and institutional scholarships, loans, grants and payment plans, any of which are available to those who qualify for them.
First, I attend The Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC), Catonsville.My experiences have been favorable the past 20 years.All core classes such as Science, Math, English was great. Not only experts, but they used repetative techniques to reinforce the information. The faculty have been extremely supportive and have encouraged me along with other students to establish a Student Association for the Health Informatics and Information Technology Program. So many evening classes are offered and the teachers are very knowledgable and accomodating to their students. I have gained knowledge, as well as leadership skills this time around. CCBC has more than 100 associate degree and certificate programs in a wide range of fields. Annual enrollment is greater than 72,000 students, most of whom live in the surrounding communities.The college has nationwide and international ties as well, with the student body representing 55 countries.