Our evening glow run in support of Harford’s Fighting Owls student athletes takes place on campus Friday, October 21, 7 PM. All ages are welcome; there is also a virtual 5k option. Register ASAP to guarantee a long-sleeved tee!
Hays-Heighe House’s new exhibit, "Made by Hand: Continuing the Story," is free and open to the public through December 23. Learn about the House's history and the people who have called it home over the last two hundred years.
Harford Community College will hold the Fall 2022 Transfer Fair on Wednesday, October 26, from 10 AM to 1 PM in the Student Center on campus.
Former student Alexa Kolosey didn’t let a war stop her from traveling to Poland to help her Ukrainian relatives. She also assisted at a refugee center at the border. Alexa transferred to University of Maryland College Park this fall.
Harford Dance Theatre will present Harriet’s Happiest Halloween October 13-16 in the Chesapeake Theater at Harford Community College.
Harford’s Chesapeake Gallery is hosting the works of artists Sam Whalen and Sara Allen Prigodich through October 31. A blend of 2D and 3D forms comprise this engaging new exhibition of ceramics and mixed media works.
Discover everything you need to start at Harford! Our Open House for prospective students of all ages and interests is Saturday, October 1, 10 AM-1 PM. Check-in at 10 on the Quad in front of the Student Center. RSVP required.
Harford Community College recognized employees for their scholarly or creative publications and works at Harford Community College’s annual Convocation ceremony held on August 17.
Harford Men's Basketball welcomed Havre de Grace native Immanuel Quickley of the New York Knicks (#5) back to the APGFCU Arena for an inaugural week-long coed basketball camp last month for 60+ local campers ages 6 to 16.
The National Security Agency and National Science Foundation recently awarded a grant to Harford Community College to fund the College’s “GenCyber Smart Girls Camp,” a one-week, non-residential cybersecurity summer day camp.