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Funding PathwaysHCC President’s Gala Raises $200,000 for Student ScholarshipsHCC raised $200,000 for student scholarships at its President’s Gala celebrating the opening of the new Science, Engineering, and Technology Building on December 2, 2017. The black-tie affair attracted more than 600 guests, with proceeds going to the Howard Community College Educational Foundation (HCCEF), Inc. Learn more about the event and how you can help students succeed!more
AnnouncementsNew Partnership with Bowie State to Bring Bachelor’s Degree Program to Laurel College CenterPresidents from HCC, Prince George’s Community College (PGCC), and Bowie State University signed a new agreement that will bring Bowie State’s business administration bachelor’s degree program to the Laurel College Center. Established as a partnership between HCC and PGCC, the Laurel College Center is a Maryland regional higher education center with courses and degree programs at the associate degree and bachelor’s degree levels and beyond. Bowie State University anticipates that its classes will start fall 2018 at Laurel.more
Career FocusPinnacle Entrepreneur Prize Awarded at HCC's Fall Entrepreneurial CelebrationThirteen HCC students pitched their innovative business ideas in a judged competition during the college’s Fall 2017 Entrepreneurial Celebration. Students were scored on the quality of their presentation, content, and time. Learn more about the winning students and HCC’s entrepreneurial resources!more
Success StoriesSarah Hit the Ground Running at HCCSarah's journey at HCC started before she had graduated high school. As an HCC student, she joined the STEM learning community, Phi Theta Kappa, and the Student Program Board. She eventually found herself transferring to UMBC, and now works at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Read more!more
As a college student in Pakistan, Ayesha Raza excelled in information technology courses, but she didn't plan to pursue IT as a career until enrolling at Howard Community College (HCC). The hands-on learning opportunities, professors, and technology resources at HCC have given Ayesha the confidence and knowledge to seek a career in cybersecurity.