Our Commitment to Success
College Offers Deferred Payment Options to Federally
Employed Students and Their Families
Any student* who is a federal government employee impacted by the partial government shutdown or has a parent impacted by the shutdown, and is having difficulty paying tuition, can secure registration with a tuition payment plan through Heartland/ECSI, the company which the College uses to process deferred payments. A $50 payment through the Hartland/ECSI system will secure registration availability through March 31, 2019.
Please visit https://www.ecsi.net/bccc/credit.html to set up your account.
*Deferred payment options are available to any student regardless of employment.
Registration, including senior registration, has been extended through Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019. The Add/Drop period has been extended through Jan. 31, 2019.
Spring Welcome Week
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The College community ─ students, alumni, faculty and staff ─ are welcome to use this form to submit comments or suggestions that will be shared anonymously with the BCCC leadership team. Responses are completely anonymous. No personally identifiable information is captured unless you voluntarily provide it to request a reply.
All information shared via this form will remain confidential - to be reviewed
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Granville T. Woods Scholars Program Welcomes New Class of Students
Nineteen Granville T. Woods Scholars Program students were welcomed to the Baltimore City Community College community at a ceremony held Aug. 21.
This elite program is designed to attract and prepare high-achieving students from Baltimore City Public Schools.
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Mayor Catherine E. Pugh and Baltimore City Community College Interim President Dr. James H. Johnson Jr. Announce the new Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Apprenticeship program
The Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation approved the energy-sector initiative,
which was created with direct input from local businesses
T. Rowe Price Grant Spurs Baltimore City
Community College Engagement Plan
The T. Rowe Price Foundation has provided a grant to the Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) to connect students in West Baltimore to jobs, community resources and success in higher education.
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Online Transcript Processing Now Available
Starting February 12, all transcript requests will be processed via the National Student Clearinghouse.
Visit www.bccc.edu/transcripts to order transcripts. Credit/debit and prepaid cards can be used.
Additional processing fees apply.
BCCC will no longer accept in-person or mailed transcript requests.