The College is proud to announce those students named to the President’s List for the spring 2023 semester. One of the highest academic honors that college students can achieve is earning a place on this prestigious list.
Harford Dance Theatre will hold auditions for “The Nutcracker” on Saturday, August 12 at the Susquehanna Center Dance Studio. All roles are open. Performances of this perennial holiday favorite will be held December 1-3.
The College is pleased to recognize students on the Deans’ List for the spring 2023 semester. By earning all “A” and “B” grades, one of the highest academic honors college students can achieve is meriting a place on this prestigious list.
Adjunct instructor Aubrey Zinn, who teaches in Harford’s Arts & Humanities division, was recently named the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning’s Adjunct of the Year. Jordan McKeon and Tammy Webber were also nominated.
Harford Community College held a GED Graduate Recognition Ceremony recently in Edgewood Hall. Twenty-four students ranging in age from 18 to 43 earned a Maryland High School diploma this past year through Harford’s program.
The June 30 "Rumours: A Fleetwood Mac Tribute" at Harford’s APGFCU Arena that was postponed is rescheduled for December 1 at 7:30 PM. Tickets and seating originally purchased for the event will be honored or refunded upon request.
Several employees were recognized for their scholarly or creative publications and works at Harford’s Celebration and Appreciation event. A plaque in the College Library is updated each year to honor these authors and their works.
Harford Community College is holding a free information session, “Is IT Right for ME?” on Tuesday, August 8 at 6 PM virtually via Microsoft Teams and in person on Wednesday, August 23 at 6 PM in the College’s Edgewood Hall, Room 215.
See “Kinetic Canvas: Leonardo da Vinci” on July 28 and 29 at 7 PM in Harford’s Chesapeake Theater. Join an informative pre-show discussion on da Vinci's masterpieces with an art historian at 6 PM in the Chesapeake Dining Rooms.
Harford Community College was awarded a $5,000 Touring Grant from the Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC) to support a concert with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. The Touring Grant program was created to “spark and promote the artistic collaboration” between touring artists and their presenters, according to the MSAC.