Community College of Baltimore County

7201 Rossville Blvd., Baltimore, MD
2-year
Medium
Suburban

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Hailey G.
2 months ago
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2 months ago
What are your strongest majors and what programs do you offer to support them?
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11 months ago
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Majors offered at Community College of Baltimore County

Biggest majors
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities

Academics at Community College of Baltimore County

Student Faculty Ratio
15 to 1
School type
Public 2-year institution

Community College of Baltimore County demographics

40% White
37% Black
7% Asian
5% Hispanic
4% Multiracial
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Common careers for Community College of Baltimore County students

Common Careers and Their Average Annual Salary

Senior Mechanical Designer79k
Executive Assistant69k
Operations Manager55k
nformation Technology Specialist52k
Office Manager51k
Phlebotomy Supervisor45k
Administrative Assistant40k
Based on 903 student responses
44kAvg. Early Career Pay
68.1kAvg. Mid-Career Pay
58%in High-Meaning careers
5%in STEM careers

Net price of attending Community College of Baltimore County

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Student reviews of Community College of Baltimore County

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100% of students

Known for

LGBTQ+ friendly
Safe campus
Accessible for students with disabilities
Diverse and Inclusive
Helpful career services
Saheedat Odetayo
Foreign Languages
Mathematics
Soccer
Math + 1 other

5.0

WHAT I LIKED

They give students a lot of support in their school life and help them go through the harder part of the school

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Teachers might always be busy with other students but the torturing center is always open for students.

Callie (Puck) Hemmelgarn
Board Games And Puzzles
Makeup and Beauty
Television
Reading + 5 others

5.0

WHAT I LIKED

Previously I had started college at a private institution, and it didn't turn out well for various reasons. As my grades were low, I was afraid it would affect my ability to finish schooling. This community college was much easier to navigate in every way. The campus was small enough to get from class to class easily, payment was entirely covered through FAFSA, and the advisors helped me figure out a direction to go in. For anyone unsure about what major they want to do or unsure about the difference in difficulty between high school and college; I recommend community college first. It was a much smoother transition, it costs less and in the end, you'll have at least a 2-year degree. They also seem to have lots of programs (degree and training) for low-income students. I enjoyed all my teachers and classes.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Be aware you cannot earn a Bachelor's Degree and they may have fewer "liberal arts" and "women's studies" type classes. Reading was very rarely heavy and was easy to process. Much easier than other college classes I have taken. There are no dorms as far as I know.

Hailey Geigan-Newhouse
Drawing And Illustration
Criminology
Psychology
Biology + 20 others

4.0

WHAT I LIKED

I like the various options of classes. I think it's good that many online options are available as well as in-person.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

I do wish there were more time options for classes. I do not think they are horrible, but could be a bit better.

3.0

WHAT I LIKED

I liked the most how helpful the honors program was for me!

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

The school needs a more diverse coursework setup.

Kyleigh Diffenbaugh
Songwriting
Psychology
Writing
Choir + 2 others

2.0

WHAT I LIKED

CCBC is a great school for those who want to achieve their Associate's Degree before attending a four year, or maybe just want to get a certificate! The teacher quality honestly depends on the campus, I personally have had the best teaching experiences at the Dundalk campus!

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Make sure you look at professor ratings as well as know who your counselor is, what classes you need, and the number of credits you need for your intended major.

Takyra Marsh
Art
Drawing And Illustration
Animation
Crafting

4.0

WHAT I LIKED

I like how much professors are willing to help students and maintain relationships with them. It makes things like getting Letters of recommendation easy. They really want to see you succeed. I also appreciate how they tailor your courses to be easily transferrable.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

It was difficult during covid times to get all the classes I needed.

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