The Fall 2021 Nursing Class Pinning Ceremony for Harford Community College’s 48 associate degree nursing graduates was held on December 16 in the Amoss Center in Bel Air. Please see attached news release for details.
The HLA, a Community Leadership Development Program co-sponsored by Harford Community College and the Harford County Chamber of Commerce, promotes the development of existing and emerging leaders and creates a committed, involved, and diverse network of leaders in Harford County.
The Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) recently approved four new credit programs at Harford Community College (Bel Air, MD0: A Certificate in Geospatial Technology, an Associate of Applied Science degree program in Biotechnology, and an Associate of Science degree program and Certificate in Data Science. MHEC also approved a substantially revised Certificate in Biotechnology.
The Daily Record’s Leading Women awards honor women who are 40 years of age or younger for accomplishments made in their careers. Winners were selected for the honor based on their professional experience, community involvement, and commitment to inspiring change.
A veteran educator with extensive classroom experience, Professor of Mass Communications Wayne Hepler exemplifies commitment, resilience and quality at Harford and has, in his own words, “loved teaching from day one.”
Owl Magazine, the student multimedia publication of Harford Community College in Bel Air, earned first place honors in two categories in the 2020-21 Pinnacle Awards sponsored by the College Media Association.
The MOU is an agreement between the two institutions allowing NEMD URP to offer classes on the Harford campus from a variety of higher education institutions.
Students from Harford Community College now can easily transfer into St. Mary’s College of Maryland marine science major with the recent signing of two articulation agreements.
Governor Larry Hogan has appointed Karen Holt to a five-year term on the nine-member Harford Community College Board of Trustees. Holt, a native of Harford County who resides in Havre de Grace, will represent Councilmanic District F.
Harford Community College’s “BeVocal” Program Wins Top Prize in United Way’s Changemaker Challenge