A master plan and preliminary plans for a new classroom building for Howard Community College will be designed by Rubeling & Associates of Towson.
The college's board of trustees awarded a $55,000 contract to the architects at its September meeting.
The $7 million classroom building is to be constructed in 1991-1992. It will provide space for classes in entry level and professional update career courses, training and retraining for the business community, microcomputers and English as a second language.
All Maryland community colleges must submit master plans to the State Board for Community Colleges in December. The SBCC will review the plans and submit them to the the Maryland Higher Education Commission by March 1991.