(Bel Air, MD) - Scientific Bioprocessing, Inc. (SBI) and BioMADE granted 23 community and technical colleges a total of $368,000 for state-of-the-art bioprocessing equipment through the SBI Digitally Simplified Bioprocessing Fellowship. Harford Community College (HCC) was one of the community colleges selected and will receive equipment valued at approximately $16,000.
Harford biology major and Honors Program member Abbey Battaglia’s goal is to become a registered dietitian working with athletes. She’ll realize her plan utilizing the Maryland Transfer Advantage Program after graduating from HCC.
Olivia Borkowski-Johnson, a Harford Community College majoring in nursing, has been named a 2022 New Century Transfer Scholar and will receive a $2,250 scholarship.
At its monthly meeting on Tuesday, March 8, 2022, the Harford Community College Board of Trustees unanimously voted to freeze tuition rates for the FY2023 academic year.
Harford Community College is pleased to announce the students named to the Deans’ List for the fall 2021 semester. Students on the list have achieved high academic honor by earning all “A” and “B” grades and a 3.50 to 3.75 grade point average. Full-time students must have completed 12 credit hours during the semester. Part-time students are eligible after having completed 12 credit hours and then completing six credit hours during the current semester.
Harford Community College Announces the President’s List
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Harford Community College was recently awarded a National Science Foundation Award, “Expanding Pathways from High School into the Biotechnology Workforce,” in the amount of $493,912.
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 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.
Students from Harford Community College now can easily transfer into St. Mary’s College of Maryland’s marine science major with the signing of two articulation agreements.
Harford Community College redesignated a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense
The Maryland Department of Labor’s Adult Education and Literacy Services division recently awarded a $450,563 grant to Harford Community College to fund the College’s Adult Literacy program that includes English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, Adult Basic Education (ABE), Pre-GED® and GED® classes, and classes taught at the Harford County Detention Center.
The Harford Civil Rights Project, a digital exhibition and mobile app focusing on various aspects of the African American civil rights movement in Harford County in the 20th century, debuted this past semester.
The National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense (CAE) has validated Harford Community College’s Information Assurance & Cybersecurity AAS degree program of study through academic year 2026.
Harford and University of Maryland, College Park have entered an agreement for our students to earn an undergraduate degree at UMD after their graduation from HCC through the Maryland Transfer Advantage Program.
Harford Community College held its First Annual Scholars Summit, which was sponsored by the College’s Honors Program, on May 25, 2021.
Harford Community College, a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education, has received $52,440 in supplemental funding from the National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program.
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.