CCBC Hosts Baltimore County College Promise Information Sessions
7/27/2018, 6 a.m.
Baltimore County, Md. The Community College of Baltimore County will hold Baltimore County College Promise Information Sessions from July 31 to August 2, 2018 for students and their parents, who are interested in learning about how to earn an associate degree or workplace certificate tuition-free.
Baltimore County’s 2017 and 2018 high school and home-schooled graduates, parents, and those who have earned a General Education Diploma (GED) within the past two years are invited to attend.
Students and parents participating in CCBC’s Baltimore County College Promise Information Sessions will learn about the scholarship program criteria, its benefits, scholarship requirements, and the application process. Interested participants are encouraged to register online at www.ccbcmd.edu/collegepromise.
To qualify for the Baltimore County College Promise, students must:
•Be a Baltimore County resident.
•Be a graduate of a public, parochial or private high school within the past two years, with a GPA of 2.5 or better.
•Be a home-schooled graduate within the past two years and have earned a GED score of at least 165.
•Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
•Have an adjusted gross household
income of $69,000 or less.
•Be enrolled full-time at CCBC.
For more information, call CCBC
Admissions at 443-840-1377 or email: email@example.com.
The Baltimore County College Promise program covers tuition and mandatory fees for qualifying students to complete an associate degree or workplace credential at CCBC. Students are required to apply for financial aid and the Baltimore County College Promise program will cover tuition and fees not covered by financial aid. Students
receiving the scholarship will still be responsible for other costs such as books, transportation, supplies and materials. The scholarship applies only to the first degree or credential sought.
The new Baltimore County College Promise program was announced by the late Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz in March 2018, and passed by the Baltimore County Council in May 2018, and guarantees eligible students tuition-free attendance at CCBC.