The Board of Trustees of Harford Community College will hold its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, December 13 beginning at 6 PM. The meeting will be held in a hybrid format; employees and community members may join the meeting in person in Edgewood Hall, Room 132 or watch the meeting via the Internet.
Eight Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) students at Harford Community College received their certificate of completion and Certified Nursing Assistant pins at a ceremony in Darlington Hall on December 5.
Celebrate and save when you shop in-store in Harford's Student Center or online with free shipping. The College Store’s Holiday Sale runs until December 23. Save 30% off all regularly priced items in the store – stop by today!
Harford Community College recently hosted a full-day conference, Building the Foundation for Success Post-Pandemic, for more than 90 early childhood professionals from across the state.
Harford Community College will be holding Nursing Program Information Sessions on January 25 from 1-2:15 PM in Darlington Hall and on January 26 (virtual) from 5:30 to 6:45 PM.
Apply, test, register and pay in one day for your winter or spring classes. One stop at the Student Center will help you finish all the steps so you're ready to begin classes. Plan to be on campus for about four hours.
Owl Magazine, Harford’s student multimedia publication, won three national awards in the 2021-22 Pinnacle Awards Competition in Washington, D.C. sponsored by the College Media Association and the Associated Collegiate Press.
Celebrate the holidays with a family-friendly show on December 18 at 3 PM at the Amoss Center across from HCC. Revel in the magic of holidays in Ireland with traditional vocal and instrumental favorites and Irish dancing.
Looking for ways to celebrate this holiday season? Harford is offering performances and classes to help put you in the right mood for the most wonderful time of the year. Also, check out the 30% off sale at the College Store!
Harford County Public Schools and HCC have announced that eligible students who are in Dual Enrollment courses, including those who are currently enrolled, will no longer be charged the cost of tuition, fees, and textbooks.