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Funding PathwaysSample Wines and Support Scholarships at Vino ScholasticoRaise a glass and help raise funds for HCC student scholarships at the 12th annual Vino Scholastico on Friday, April 27, 2018. This special wine tasting fundraiser will take place in the Science, Engineering, and Technology (SET) Building located on the HCC campus. Learn more about how you can help student scholarships!more
AnnouncementsSET Lecture Series "The Next Big App"Join us on May 1 for this talk by faculty, part of the SET Lecture Series. Presented by Roger Weber, associate professor of entrepreneurship, and Paul Hogan, instructor of computer science; learn about what it takes to transform a computer concept into a reality. Learn more and RSVP!more
Arts & Culture"True West" Concludes Rep Stage's 25th Anniversary SeasonRep Stage, the professional regional theatre in residence at Howard Community College (HCC), brings its 25th season to a close with Sam Shepard’s “True West.” This production also features Rep Stage’s founding director Valerie Lash in the role of Mom. Learn more!more
Campus LifeRebuilding Ellicott City BusinessesAfter the devastating flood hit Ellicott City in 2016, the Maryland Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at the University of Maryland, College Park worked with HCC entrepreneurship and IT students to create an online presence for the business owners affected by the flood. Read more of what happened!more