Howard Community College to Celebrate New Future for Renovated Buildings with Ribbon Cutting on Monday, August 19
After years of planning, design, and construction, Howard Community College will celebrate the exciting new future for its renovated buildings, Academic Commons and Howard Hall. Funding from the State of Maryland and Howard County have paved the way for instructional and support spaces for the social sciences and education academic areas, including an anthropology research lab, education labs with smart technology, and a mock trial room for criminal justice courses. Students will also benefit from enhanced hands-on learning from the college’s Center for Hospitality and Culinary Studies, which plans to open its own student-operated restaurant and has new kitchens. Other features in the buildings include areas for student life programming and activities, a center for the college’s honors programs, and study and meeting spaces for unique programs designed to support student success.
Maryland Lieutenant Governor Boyd Rutherford
President Kathleen Hetherington, Howard Community College
Board Vice Chair Chris Marasco, Howard Community College Board of Trustees
State and County elected officials, and business and community leaders
Howard Community College faculty, staff, and students
Celebrate two newly renovated buildings at Howard Community College with a ribbon cutting and tour of facilities
Monday, August 19, 2019, at 11:30 A.M.
HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Academic Commons and Howard Hall
10901 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia, MD 21044
The ribbon cutting will take place at the main entrance for the Academic Commons and Howard Hall, which opens to the campus quad. A campus map is available online.