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NEWS
April 30, 1993
CCC is host of conferenceMore than 100 members of the Maryland Association of Higher Education will attend a spring conference at Carroll Community College today.The association includes faculty and staff from all the two- and four-year colleges and universities in the state, both public and private.Members hold a fall meeting in Baltimore every year and move the spring conference around to different schools.Carroll Community College Executive Dean Joseph F. Shields and another Carroll staff member will be honored at the conference today.
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NEWS
April 21, 1993
Come July 1, Carroll Community College will be an independent institution. While this may appear to be nothing more than a mere administrative change, independence also means for CCC a more secure financial future and more control over its curriculum and operations.Carroll's only public institution of higher education has operated as an appendage of Catonsville Community College since its inception in 1977. As a branch of the Baltimore County system, Carroll matured into an institution of stature with about 2,000 students.
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | August 20, 1998
Carroll Community College and the Maryland National Guard entered into an agreement last night to cut tuition in half for guardsmen who attend the school.College and Guard officials said it was the beginning of a partnership that will combine the resources of the two institutions."By developing these partnerships with colleges, there's a lot of things we can do besides the tuition waiver," said Lt. Col. Milton P. Davis, an education officer with the Maryland National Guard."We can develop our armories as community centers and use them for classrooms for colleges to have off-campus locations," Davis said.
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By Traci A. Johnson and Traci A. Johnson,Staff Writer | April 16, 1993
Amid non-alcoholic champagne toasts, fresh fruit and the congratulations of faculty, staff and advisory board members, officials of Carroll Community College equated the college's new autonomy yesterday with several historical fights for liberation."
NEWS
May 27, 1998
Carroll Community College will graduate 260 students at commencement exercises at 7: 30 tonight in the Physical Education Learning Center at Western Maryland College.The commencement speaker will be Freeman A. Hrabowski III, president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County since 1992. He is active in scientific and educational organizations around the state and country.His book, "Beating the Odds," which focuses on how to be aparent and high-achieving African-American males in science, recently was published.
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By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,SUN STAFF | August 28, 2000
As part of its effort to open doors to four-year schools, Carroll Community College has partnered with Shippensburg University in south-central Pennsylvania to streamline the transfer process and prevent students from losing time or duplicating courses. Last week's agreement with Shippensburg is the latest in a series of transfer agreements signed by the two-year college in Westminster. The school has similar arrangements with Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pa., Johns Hopkins Hospital Schools of Medical Imaging, University of Maryland University College as well as all public colleges and universities in Maryland.
NEWS
By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,SUN STAFF | August 28, 2000
As part of its effort to open doors to four-year schools, Carroll Community College has partnered with Shippensburg University in south-central Pennsylvania to streamline the transfer process and prevent students from losing time or duplicating courses. Last week's agreement with Shippensburg is the latest in a series of transfer agreements signed by the two-year college in Westminster. The school has similar arrangements with Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pa., Johns Hopkins Hospital Schools of Medical Imaging, University of Maryland University College as well as all public colleges and universities in Maryland.
NEWS
December 25, 2005
Credit union grant benefits CCC students First Financial of Maryland Federal Credit Union recently awarded a $45,000 grant to benefit Carroll Community College students. The grant is the third made by the credit union to the college in the past 10 years. The grants total $100,000. Carroll Community College Foundation Inc. will use the grant to support two full, need-based scholarships for the next five years for students pursuing associate arts of teaching degrees; for continued support of the First Financial Federal Credit Union Child Care Fee Assistance Fund; and for the First Financial Federal Credit Union Equipment Fund to provide annual grants to purchase equipment and education materials for the Child Development Center.
NEWS
By Greg Tasker and Greg Tasker,Staff Writer | February 9, 1993
Carroll Community College officials, warning against possible budget cuts and tuition increases, pressed the county commissioners yesterday to help them secure an additional $843,000 in state funding.Executive Dean Joseph F. Shields told the commissioners that the Maryland Higher Education Commission has agreed that the college is entitled to an additional $843,000 as an independent institution.However, Mr. Shields said, the funding didn't appear in the governor's fiscal 1994 budget. The money would be given to the college to correct an "inequitable funding formula," Mr. Shields said.
NEWS
March 21, 2004
The eighth annual Random House Book Fair to Benefit the Carroll Community College Foundation will be held Nov. 13. Carroll County students in grades one through 12 can submit previously unpublished short stories, poems or both to the Random House Book Fair Student Writing Contest. Each entry must have one author, and one entry per author may be submitted for each category. First-, second- and third-place winners will be chosen at each grade level for prose and for poetry. Winners will be contacted and given directions to provide an electronic submission of their work for publication.
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