Enrollment: Several terms
Financial Aid: Yes
Street: 2901 Liberty Heights Ave.
Founded as Baltimore Junior College in 1947, the Baltimore City Community College is now an open access, state-sponsored comprehensive two-year degree-granting college offering a variety of student-centered learning options that meet the diverse needs of the community. Today BCCC has three campuses: the Liberty campus is the main, the Harbor is the second largest and the Reisterstown Road Plaza is the place for additional classes.
BCCC offers Associate degrees and Certificate programs, which can be used either for direct employment in the field of specialization or for transference into the four-year education establishments to continue studying. The areas of specializations include: Nursing, Dental Hygiene, Physical Therapist, Assistant Respiratory Care, Apparel Design, Computer Information Systems, Accounting, Legal Assistant, Law Enforcement & Correctional, and Electronics Tech.
Moreover, Baltimore City Community College has a variety of online courses and degrees available for working professionals who experience difficulty finding time for campus programs. Numerous online and hybrid courses are offered through Blackboard. There are two orientation sessions a year for students planning to enroll for the online course, and it is recommended that the prospective distant education students visit one of the sessions.
The degrees, which can be completed either completely online in a combination of traditional and online courses, include:
• Dietetic Technician
• Business Management
• Criminal Justice
• Law Enforcement
• General Studies
Student can receive financial aid, which is any grant, scholarship, loan, benefit, or employment opportunity provided to help students meet their educational expenses. Financial aid is based on students’ need and is usually provided by private foundations, Federal and State governments, and by colleges and universities.