Visiting the Harford Community College campus is the best way to see what it's like to be a Harford student.
Many tell us they are surprised at how beautiful and welcoming our campus is and how impressed they are once they see our facilities and all we have to offer. We invite you to visit campus, learn about Harford's programs, and meet our students and faculty. Events are scheduled throughout the year so we encourage you to check back often for new dates and times.
We can't wait to meet you!
If you're ready to visit Harford, you have several opportunities. Take a look below and feel free to join us for one, two, or all! We look forward to seeing you soon.
Join us this fall for an Evening Information Session and learn about all that Harford has to offer: our degree and certificate programs, career and workforces programs, support services available to our students, and how to get started and apply. These sessions are free and a great resource for those who want a quick overview of the College.
Attend Information Night to learn about our 90+ degree and certificate and 40+ career and workforce programs. Connect with Harford to learn more about program options and how to get started.
- Thursday, November 10 | 6-7 PM | HCC Student Center (Room 243)
Spring 2023 OpEn House: TBD
Take a New Look at College and see all the possibilities that await you as a Fighting Owl!
Open Houses are our biggest events of the year. They highlight our 90+ exceptional degree and workforce programs as well as many of the extracurricular activities and services offered at Harford. You'll learn how to save money by applying for our many scholarships and grants, be introduced to life on campus (including clubs, activities, and athletics), and meet with our Admissions team to discuss your future as a Fighting Owl!
- Learn about opportunities for research, internships, and networking.
- Talk to deans, faculty and current students about programs, services, and campus life.
- See firsthand how our facilities rival some of the best four-year universities.
- Arts & Humanities
- Behavioral & Social Sciences
- Business & Applied Technology
- Career & Workforce
- Community Ed/Travel/Youth Programs
- Nursing & Allied Health
- Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
- Towson University Northeastern Maryland
RSVP will be available when the date for the Spring 2023 event is announced.
3:30–4 PM | on campus
(Register for a specific date on the RSVP form)
Join our admissions team to learn more about Harford in a Mini Information Session. Attendees will hear about our programs, support services, and application process. This session is great for students who want a general introduction to Harford’s programs and services.
Spring 2023: dates will be posted in December.
Each spring, Harford hosts Exploration Days designed to give high school juniors and seniors a day on campus to learn about programs available in their interest area. It's an opportunity to dig deeper into the program that YOU want to study. You'll learn about careers, sit in on classes, meet students and faculty, and experience firsthand what it's like to be a student at Harford.
Talk to your school counselor for more information.
Tours are offered by appointment on Mondays and Wednesdays and can be scheduled by filling out the form below.
Can't get to campus?
While we hope that everyone makes it campus for at least one event, we understand that it's not always possible. For that reason, our Admissions team travels to various places throughout the County to provide information about the College and it's programs.
Every fall, our Admissions team meets with seniors in each of the HCPS high schools. Sessions are held during school hours and are designed for those interested in attending Harford—either for a degree, a certificate, or a career and workforce program. Reach out to your school counseling office for exact dates and times.
Evening Information Sessions
These are the same sessions as those held on campus but for convenience, we present them closer to where you are. Sessions are held at County libraries, community centers, and churches.
The campus is always open for people to drive through but if you can't get here, click our virtual tour below to get a better idea of what's on our beautiful 352 acres.