The Harford County Electrical Apprenticeship (HCECA) Program’s 42nd annual graduation took place on Friday, May 19, 2023, at the Amoss Center at Harford Technical High School. The graduation ceremony celebrated 75 graduates.
Share your input at an informal focus group on how we communicate with our animals, specifically horses, on June 20, 6 to 8 PM in Darlington Hall, Room 228 on Harford’s campus. All are welcome to join the conversation; RSVP required.
Phoenix Festival Theater will hold auditions for “The Sound of Music,” Wednesday through Friday, June 21-23 in the Chesapeake Theater at Harford Community College. Performances will be held at the Amoss Center in September.
Check out the “Super Summer” Sale at the College Store now through August 1. Gear up with some new spirit wear and show your Harford pride. Get all your Harford sweatshirts for 40% off and properly represent this coming fall!
The Rumours performance scheduled for Friday, June 30th has been postponed. We are actively working with Rumours to reschedule this performance. We apologize for this inconvenience.
Harford’s National Champion Fighting Owls men's lacrosse team was honored by the Harford County Government administration on May 25 at the county office building in downtown Bel Air with lunch and a proclamation presentation.
Weiping Qin, Class of 2020, received the Distinguished Alumni Award for 2023 at Harford’s Commencement on May 25, honoring his professional achievements, commitment to the community, and his interest in and service to the College.
The College held its 65th Annual Commencement on May 25. Approximately 340 of Harford's 900+ grads celebrated their achievements with their loved ones during one of two traditional ceremonies held in the APG Federal Credit Union Arena.
Hosted by Harford’s Nursing and Allied Health Professions division, the spring 2023 Nursing Class Pinning Ceremony for 58 proud and happy associate degree nursing graduates was held on May 23 in the Amoss Center in Bel Air.
The "Harford 100-Mile Biennial" Exhibition will be on display until September 21 in Harford’s Chesapeake Gallery, featuring top artists living within 100 miles of the College as a vital component of our regional culture.