Harford Community College held its Sixty-Third Annual Commencement on Thursday, May 27. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s ceremony was held virtually. The virtual ceremony gave the graduates a chance to celebrate their achievements with their loved ones from the safety of their homes. The Class of 2021 included a total of 935 graduates.
When Marjorie Edwards Markley watches her grandson, Charles William Hess, receive his associate degree in history from Harford Community College on May 27, he will be following in her footsteps.
The Harford County Electrical Apprenticeship program’s first-ever virtual celebration took place on Friday, May 7. The ceremony celebrated seventy-eight 2020, and eighty-nine 2021 students, the two largest classes to date.
Harford Community College’s Destination Imagination (DI) team, the Drama Queens, took 2nd place in the state tournament on April 10 and will move on to the Global Finals tournament in July.
Harford alumna Summer Bottomley ’19 chose Harford as a first step on her road to success.
Harford Community College is proud to announce those students named to the Deans' List for the fall 2020 semester.
Michelle began her college career as a Digital Arts major, but will finish as a dual major graduate and Outstanding Student Leadership award recipient in May, with an Associate of Science in Physics and Biology.
Harford Community College alumnus Timothy Sturla earned an AS degree in Engineering in 2018. After graduation, he transferred to University of Maryland, College Park where he is now majoring in Computer Engineering.
To earn a spot on the AD Honor Roll, a student-athlete must earn a 3.0 grade-point average while taking at least 12 credits.