Harford alumnus Michael Smith was appointed to the College’s Board of Trustees by Governor Wes Moore to serve as an at-large representative through June 30, 2027. He was sworn in by the Clerk of the Court in Bel Air earlier this month.
The Board of Trustees of Harford Community College will hold its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, September 12 beginning at 6 PM.
Come enjoy the outrageously hilarious adventures of Cat Kid and Molly Pollywog as they try to teach 21 rambunctious baby frogs how to unleash their creativity in this madcap musical at the Amoss Center on Sunday, October 1 at 3 PM.
The Chesapeake Gallery at Harford Community College will host a new exhibit titled “Afterimage” by artist Hannah Vogel from October 2 to November 2, 2023.
A Ceremony of Completion and Celebration was held on August 24 for 83 students who completed their workforce training programs of study at Harford’s Leading Edge Training Center Powered by the Ratcliffe Foundation in Edgewood, MD.
Join the 1st Annual Arts Across Harford Gallery Crawl on Sunday, September 17, from 12 noon to 8 PM, for a fun, guided tour highlighting the arts experience between Bel Air and Havre de Grace. A free self-guided option is also available.
Hosted by Harford’s Nursing and Allied Health Professions division, the summer 2023 Nursing Class Pinning Ceremony for 28 proud and happy associate degree nursing graduates was held on August 22 in the Amoss Center in Bel Air.
Check out the “Welcome Back to School” sale at the College Store until October 1. Show your Harford pride with some new spirit wear at 30% off all regularly priced apparel (clearance items excluded) and represent properly this fall!
Harford hosted 15 local high school students for its innovative grant-supported BIOTECH Pathways Summer Institute, where they gained biotechnology skills and a more holistic understanding of potential biotechnology career opportunities.
The Maryland Department of Labor awarded HCC a $491,228 grant to fund our Adult Literacy program, allowing the College to instruct 457 students in English as a Second Language, Adult Basic Education, and Pre-GED® and GED® classes.