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Dr. Sandra Kurtinitis says community colleges are putting people in a position for new start with new skills after the pandemic. Learning about learning and why Dundalk, Essex and Catonsville are more than just suburbs.

It’s not too late to enroll in bonus sessions for the Fall 2020 semester! 

CCBC is offering a 7-week session which begins Oct. 21. Explore flexible course formats and learning options ranging from fully on-site to fully online. It’s a great time to take additional courses and make steady progress toward earning your degree. 

And CCBC is easing the financial strain of enrolling this fall with a plan that allows many students to attend tuition-free by providing supplemental aid after the awarding of scholarships, grants and COVID-19 relief funding. 

Students seeking degrees and certificates are not the only ones to benefit from CCBC’s tuition-free offer. Anyone interested in acquiring new skills through workforce training programs also qualifies. With many workforce training programs taking a year or less to complete, it’s a great way to get job-ready in very little time.

Classes will fill quickly. For more information or to see if you qualify for free tuition, visit ccbcmd.edu/freetuition or call 443.840.2222. Register for classes online 24/7 at ccbcmd.edu/register.

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