Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) provides outstanding educational, cultural, and social experiences to the residents of Baltimore City, the state of Maryland, and surrounding areas. The College has accessible, affordable, comprehensive programs that include college transfer and career preparation, technical training, and life skills training. The College provides a variety of student services that meet and support the learning needs of an increasingly diverse student population. BCCC is a dynamic higher education institution that is responsive to the changing needs of its stakeholders: individuals, businesses, government, and educational institutions of the community at large.
The Office of Recruitment and Admissions provides services, programs and information designed to help you meet your educational goals, including
- Pre-Admissions Advising is the first step in helping you determine your academic goals and to develop an educational plan. During a one on one interview or an information sessions with an Admissions Officer, you will have an opportunity to explore BCCC's various program offerings. Students will learn more about the enrollment process including Placement Testing, Payment Options, Advising and Registration.
- Student Recruiter/Ambassador are currently enrolled students who are enthusiastic, articulate, well - rounded and willing to commit to training in-order to effectively promote the College’s programs and services. They assist with on-campus events such as orientation, registration, campus tours, open houses and commencement. Student Recruiters/Ambassadors also represent the College at local high schools and community recruitment events and provide pre-admissions advisement to students interested in attending Baltimore City Community College. The Student Recruiter/Ambassadors are carefully selected from students eligible for the federal work-study program; however volunteers are welcome.
- International Student Admissions is for those students who are seeking admission under F-1 student visa status. An International Student Advisor is ready to help you understand immigration regulations and so that you can easily navigate the admissions process at BCCC.
- Transcript Evaluation is required of all students who have attended another college or university seeking to have college credit transferred. All successfully completed coursework may be used toward your degree or certificate program at BCCC. An Official College Transcript must be submitted to the Admissions Office from each institution attended.
- Special Admissions to Nursing and Allied Health programs are required of all students interested in pursuing degrees Nursing, Dental Hygiene, Physical Therapist Assistant, Respiratory Care and Surgical Technology.Students must meet with an Admissions Officer to learn of prerequisite requirements and the special admissions process.
- New Student Orientation is mandatory for all degree or certificate seeking students enrolling at BCCC for the first time. Orientation is designed to help students make a seamless transition to college life. Students may participate in an in person or online session.
- High School Early Enrollment Program allows students who are currently enrolled in high school and have achieved academic excellence to enroll in college courses at BCCC.Students must have a C+ (2.5) average on a 4 point scale, meet ACCUPLACER test score requirements, a recommendation from the principal or guidance counselor and permission from a parent or guardian to participate. Ask a BCCC Recruiter or contact us more information.
2901 Liberty Heights Avenue * Main Building Room 02* Baltimore, Maryland 21215