Harford Community College announced Wednesday that its presidential search committee has identified four finalists for the college presidency and will hold open public forums for each candidate when he or she visits the campus next week.
Harford Community College, which is starting to see a turnaround in its beleaguered finances, will spend nearly $200,000 to have an Alexandria, Va., develop a marketing and research analysis with the ultimate goal of boosting enrollment and retaining students.
The Baltimore County Delta Foundation is inviting female veterans from all over the area to come to the Community College of Baltimore County's Catonsville campus at 800 South Rolling Road on Friday, Nov. 13, for an event designed especially for them.
High school and community college students with interests in the STEM, or Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, field received career advice from a panel of professionals Friday, which kicked off the first Maryland STEM Festival event in Carroll.
A 5K Run, Halloween activities for kids and families and the Reality Rides simulator highlight the 7th Annual Heather L. Hurd 5K Run and Trick or Treat Walk on Saturday, October 31, at 9 a.m. at Harford Community College.
The accolades for former police chief, county executive and state senator James N. Robey played out like the popular 1950s TV show called "This is Your Life" as he was honored by Howard Community College last week with its version of a lifetime achievement award.
On Monday, with the sun shining for the first time in days, students milled about Harford Community College's open campus near Bel Air, several saying they feel fairly secure despite another mass shooting last week on a U.S. college campus
Tuesday was the college theater program's dress rehearsal for its upcoming productions of "Reasons to be pretty," and "Reasons to be happy," to plays in one act by Neil LaBute. When the plays premier — Pretty on Thursday evening, and Happy on Friday — the limited 60 seat audience will be right at the edge of the action.
The Tidewater Players, left homeless while their theater space in Havre de Grace is undergoing renovation, are opening their new season in a new and temporary location with a musical called "The Marvelous Wonderettes."
The 28th annual Howard Community College Columbia Classic Grand Prix, held Sept. 19 at Marama Farm in Clarksville, is Howard Community College's largest fundraiser. All proceeds go to the school's educational fund to provide scholarships for needy students. Since its inception nearly 30 years ago, more than $3 million has been raised through ticket sales, raffles and sponsorships opportunities.
More students at Carroll Community College are completing either an associate's degree or bachelor's degree within a six-year period, according to a study released by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center in July, which was highlighted at the college's Wednesday Board of Trustee's meeting.
Regarding the issue of dwindling enrollment in Carroll County Public Schools, why not do away with the free standing branches of the Carroll County Public Library and place them in the schools and community college to create Life Long Knowledge Development Campuses that serve Carroll County toddlers all the way up through senior citizens?
Victor S. Navasky, publisher emeritus and former editor of The Nation, will deliver a Constitution Day lecture, "The Art of Controversy: Political Cartoons and Their Enduring Power," at Harford Community College on Thursday, September 17, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Student Center, Room 243.
The Harford Community College Board of Trustees recently announced the beginning of its national search for the next president of Harford Community College. To aid in this process, the public is invited to an open forum on Thursday, September 3, from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the College's Dining Room North located in the Chesapeake Center.
Harford Community College officials say a preliminary review of the college's budget for the recently closed Fiscal Year 2015 indicates there will be a deficit that is significantly lower than what they had earlier anticipated.
A proposed idea that would provide free tuition at Carroll Community College to the children of Carroll County employees and teachers is currently being considered by the Carroll County Board of Commissioners and county public education officials.
Community college can be a path to upward mobility for our state's neediest residents. That's important for these students and their families, but given our growing workforce needs, it's also important for the future of our businesses, our economy and our state.
More and more, Howard Community College, the Community College of Baltimore County and other such institutions in Maryland are no longer the backup plan or the "13th grade." They are a smart alternative,