Monday, May 20, 2013
Tuition rates and fees for In-county, out-of-county and out-of-state students will all go up next semester.
Students attending the Community College of Baltimore County will have to dig a little deeper next semester. The college will increase fees across the board by 3 percent. Currently, in-county students pay $106 per credit. Out-of-county and out-of-state students pay $202 and $303 respectively. Under the new tuition rates, those costs will increase to $109, $208 and $312 respectively. General services fees will also increase across the board. Currently, in-county students pay $9 per credit. Out-of-county and out-of-state students pay $18 and $27 respectively. The new increases will bring those fees to $10.50, $20.50 and $30.50 respectively. Registration fees will increase from $40 to $50. Graduation fees will increase from $50 to $75. …
Thursday, January 31, 2013
The college was one of four businesses in the Baltimore area selected, in a list that came out today.
CCBC was one of four area employers picked as the country's best places to work, according to a Baltimore Sun report. Edward Jones, FutureCare and Northwestern Mutual were among the other companies picked for the National Top Workplaces for 2012, a list of the top 150 employers in a list from WorkplaceDynamics. The Sun reported the company asked more than one million workers from 872 companies for their thoughts to create the list.
The assistance will be offered at the Essex and Catonsville campuses.
W-2's are in and the Internal Revenue Service is officially accepting 2012 tax forms. Need help putting your 1040 together? The Community College of Baltimore County will be offering free help from its accounting students at its Essex and Catonsville campuses between now and the IRS filing deadline on April 15. No appointment is needed, but participants must have an annual income of $60,000 or less. In a news release, CCBC asked interested taxpayers to bring all 2012 tax records, Social Security cards for filers and their dependents, W-2 and other income forms, a copy of their most recent tax return and direct deposit information. “CCBC has offered a free tax clinic for more than 25 years," Paul Coakley, chair of Business and Management …
Friday, September 28, 2012
The community college's soccer field named for Mildred and Joseph Murray.
Community College of Baltimore County Catonsville rededicated its soccer field, which had been named in honor of Joseph Murray, to include his wife, Mildred. The field had been dedicated in 1974 to honor Joseph Murray, who CCBC President Sandra Kurtinitis described as one of the original 1958 employees who helped shaped the direction of what was then called Catonsville Community College. Mildred Murray is a long-time supporter of CCBC and a pioneer in women's athletics, according to Kurtinitis. For 43 years Mildred Murray served in a variety of managerial athletic capacities, eventually retiring as the coordinator of Physical Education and Interscholastic for Boys and Girls for Baltimore County. It was through her accomplishments that …
Friday, September 14, 2012
College seeks $5.6 million needed to renovate the 1828 Hilton Mansion and expand the facility's access to the community.
At the top of the drive into the Community College of Baltimore County's Catonsville campus sits a hulking white structure that few have examined closely, and fewer have had the opportunity to visit inside. "People in the community don't even know this building is here," said Kenneth Westary, CCBC's vice president for institutional advancement, while guiding a group of visitors from Arbutus through the 1828 Hilton Mansion that the school uses as an administration building. One of CCBC Catonsville's "most treasured buildings," the Hilton Mansion was built as a federalist-style home between 1828 and 1835 by Dr. Lennox Birkhead. It was later purchased by the Glenn family, who hosted such distinguished guests as Robert E. Lee, according to the…
Saturday, June 4, 2011
In all 819 graduates collectively earned 2,525 associate degrees and 482 certificates.
On Saturday, 819 graduates will walk across the stage beginning at 10:30 a.m. as part of the Community College of Baltimore County's commencement ceremony held at the Essex campus. Collectively, the class - representing the Essex, Catonsville and Dundalk campuses - earned 2,525 associate degrees and 482 certificates, a 21 percent increase over last year’s totals. Graduating student Christina Senita is this year’s commencement speaker and President’s Distinguished Graduate. Having overcome many life challenges – from losing her mother and two siblings at a young age to enduring three difficult surgeries – Senita has always persevered. Despite many difficulties she has maintained her place on the Dean’s List every semester, served as the …