Dr. Ashley Meisel, MS, RN has been appointed Harford’s Dean of Nursing and Allied Health Professions. A dedicated and knowledgeable nurse educator, Dr. Meisel brings more than 12 years of experience in healthcare to the position.
Interested in applying for our nursing program? Attend an Information Session on either January 25, 1-2:15 PM in Darlington Hall or virtually on January 26, 5:30-6:45 PM. The sessions are open to everyone; no RSVP is required.
Harford was named a 2022 Champion of Maryland Manufacturing in the Community Engagement category by the Regional Manufacturing Institute of MD for the “Leveling UP” component of the Additive Manufacturing Certificate Program.
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.
Dr. Kim Davis, the new Dean of Arts & Humanities, comes to Harford from Oakland Community College in Michigan, where she served as Associate Dean of Communication, Arts and Humanities. She has been in higher education for 20 years.
Hosted by Harford’s Nursing and Allied Health Professions Division, the summer 2022 Nursing Class Pinning Ceremony for 32 proud and happy associate degree nursing graduates was held in the Chesapeake Center.
Dr. Marc Minnick is Harford’s new Dean of Business & Applied Technology. He last served at Manor College in Jenkintown, PA. In addition to his academic experience, Dr. Minnick brings extensive industry background to Harford.
Interested in becoming a Corrections Officer at the Harford County Detention Center? This training course, provided by the Harford County Sheriff’s Office, includes introductory public safety training, background checks, information about the job, and an overview of the Detention Center.
The College is proud to announce the students named to the President’s List for the spring 2022 semester. One of the highest academic honors that college students can achieve is earning a place on this prestigious list.
Dakota Smith, a June graduate of Joppatowne High School, is the first recipient of The Success Journey Scholarship. Dakota will begin at Harford this fall to study business with an educational goal of becoming a CPA.