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May 12, 2014

(Columbia, MD) - The Board of Trustees of Howard Community College (HCC) will hold two meetings in May 2014, beginning with a meeting of the Audit and Finance Committee on Monday, May 19 at 8:30 a.m. in room 120B of the Rouse Company Foundation Student Services Hall (RCF). On Wednesday, May 28, a work session and regular meeting will be held in room 400 of RCF Hall beginning at 6 p.m. A closed session will immediately follow the conclusion of the 6 p.m. regular public meeting to discuss the acquisition of real property for a public purpose and matters directly related thereto as permitted under Section 10-508 (a3) and that such meeting shall continue in closed session until the completion of business.

Citizens who wish to present any matter of concern pertaining to the community college shall make written request to the secretary-treasurer of the board at least 72 hours prior to the regularly scheduled public meeting, in order that the matter may be included on the agenda for the meeting. In emergency situations, the board may, by a majority vote, give visitors who have not presented a written request in advance an opportunity to present their concerns to the board in any regular public meeting.  The board, in recognition of the need to complete its business within reasonable time, reserves the right to terminate a presentation of this nature. 

For more information on committee meetings, contact HCC’s Office of the President at 443-518-1820.

About HCC
Howard Community College (HCC) is a publicly funded two-year community college serving the educational needs of the citizens and employers in Howard County, Maryland since 1970. With its slogan, “You Can Get There from Here,” the college has forged a variety of partnerships to offer career and transfer programs to over 30,000 students annually at its main campus in Columbia, the Ecker Business Training Center, Laurel College Center, and Mount Airy College Center for Health Care Education. Located midway between two major metropolitan areas, Washington DC and Baltimore, MD, Howard Community College is an affordable, community-based institution that has long been recognized for its ability to inspire learning, and the lifelong pursuit of personal and professional goals. Among its many awards is the prestigious U.S. Senate Productivity Award for organizational performance excellence.