BCCC to offer tuition-free classes for fall semester

BCCC's affordable cost is also particularly attractive to students attending four-year institutions who want to take advantage of the low tuition and enroll in virtual or online classes.
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COVID-19 Resources: Baltimore Region’s School Opening Plans

eLearning
The GBC has compiled information from the region's public school systems, community colleges, and public and private higher education institutions regarding their pandemic re-opening plans.
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Baltimore City Community College offers free textbooks to students enrolled in summer classes

As a commitment to its students' success, Baltimore City Community College students enrolled in Summer I and Summer II classes are eligible to get textbooks for classes free from BCCC.
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Meet the members of the Greater Baltimore Committee’s 2020 Next Up class

2020 Next Up Kick Off Dinner
The Greater Baltimore Committee’s third Next Up cohort opened its year of leadership training, professional and personal development and networking opportunities on March 4, 2020.
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BCCC & Center for Urban Families Awarded $495K from Kresge Foundation for Career-Training Partnership

The Kresge Foundation awarded a $495,000 grant to support a partnership between the Center for Urban Families (CFUF) and Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) to connect 100 individuals with low incomes to critical human service supports and educational pathways to advance social and economic mobility. This is one of six...
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Dr. Debra L. McCurdy: ‘BCCC has all the right stuff’

With more than 30 years of experience in higher education administration leadership, Dr. Debra L. McCurdy began her tenure on May 1, 2019, as Baltimore City Community College’s 14th president after being unanimously chosen by Baltimore City Community College’s Board of Trustees. She succeeds James H. Johnson, Jr. who served...
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