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  • BCCC & Kaiser Permanente

    Kaiser Permanente supports Baltimore community colleges in campaign to expand access to higher education to connect individuals facing economic injustice with low-cost and tuition-free opportunities.

    With the help of a financial commitment from Kaiser Permanente, BCCC is increasing outreach to those for whom the cost of living outpaces what they earn - sharing that a college education is financially feasible and leads to better income earning employment opportunities.

    For Kaiser Permanente, this initiative exemplifies the healthcare organization's commitment to advance economic equity and expand educational opportunities to communities of color. 

    Located in Baltimore City, just a few miles north of downtown Baltimore, BCCC is recognized as a community college committed to students and the community that we call home. 

    BCCC offers tuition-free* Associate degrees and Certification programs in technology, business, engineering, health care, hospitality, teacher education and other fields. We enable you complete your degree and transfer to a four-year institution or simply get retraining for work.

    *For eligible students. 

    This campaign is made possible by funding from Kaiser Permanente’s Opportunity Through Education initiative.

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Fall 2021 Flexible Schedules & Multiple Start Dates

  • Priority registration: May 26-27, General Registration: May 28 - October 19

    Term  Classes Begin
    8-week Accelerated I Term  August 23
    16-week Term August 23
    14-week Term September 7
    12-week Term September 20
    10-week Term  October 4
    8-week Accelerated II Term  October 20

Spring 2022 Flexible Schedules & Multiple Start Dates

  • Priority registration: October 25-26, General Registration: October 27 - March 8

    Term  Classes Begin
    8-week Accelerated I Term  January 12
    16-week Term January 12
    14-week Term January 26
    12-week Term February 9
    10-week Term  February 23
    8-week Accelerated II Term  March 9

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Admissions Requirements

  • Baltimore City Community College has an open admissions policy. All high school graduates and holders of high school equivalency diplomas or certificates are eligible for admission. Adults not holding a high school diploma or equivalency GED diploma become eligible for degree and certificate programs after successfully completing 15 college-level credits.

    NOTE: Courses requiring English and/or mathematics prerequisites cannot be taken until the prerequisites are completed.

    English & Math Placement
    Applicants to degree or certificate programs must establish initial English and Math placement through one of the following:

    Returning After Two Semesters Away
    New, transfer and returning students who have not been enrolled for the past two consecutive semesters must complete an Admissions Application.

Contact Us

  • Admissions Office
    2901 Liberty Heights Avenue
    Main Building Room 02
    Baltimore, Maryland 21215


    M | Th | F: 8 am – 5 pm

    Tu | W: 8 am – 7 pm

    Sa: (1st Saturdays only): 9 am – 1 pm

    Su: Closed

    *Extended hours are provided during general registration periods

Veterans, International & High School Dual Enrollment

  • Schedule a remote appointment to speak with an admissions counselor. The Admission’s Office is operating remotely, and you can register by clicking the Schedule Appointment button below.

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