Harford Community College Announces the Deans' List

Harford Community College is pleased to announce those students named to the Deans’ List for the spring 2018 semester.

Governor Hogan Appoints Two to Harford Community College Board of Trustees

Governor Hogan appointed Dr. Judith Holloway and Brian Walker to five-year terms on the nine-member Harford Community College Board of Trustees.

Choose Civility Harford County

Choose Civility Harford County is a countywide grassroots campaign designed to uplift our community by promoting respect, restraint, and responsibility throughout Harford County, including the Internet.

New Athletic Director Estevan Vasquez

The Harford Community College Athletics Department is excited to announce the hiring of new Athletic Director Estevan Vasquez.

HCC Associate of Sciences Degree Nursing Graduates

Towson University’s Associate to Bachelor’s (ATB) option allows Harford Community College students to complete their bachelor’s degree within two terms after completing HCC’s Associate of Science in Nursing program. All 30 credits, some hybrid and online, are available through Towson University in Northeastern Maryland (TUNE), conveniently located in Harford County.

Business Law Adjunct Faculty at Harford Community College Promoted to Colonel

A ceremony promoting Eric Feustel from Lieutenant Colonel to Colonel, Judge Advocate, U.S. Army Reserve was held at Aberdeen Proving Ground on June 29, 2018.

Fall 2018 Classes Available at APG

Harford Community College offers the following courses at Aberdeen Proving Ground.

HCC Director and Harford Leadership Academy Coordinator Victor Cyran Honored with Living Gift

The HLA Class of 2018 facilitated a “Living Dedication” to Victor Cyran, Director for Corporate and Professional Training, for all of his work with and commitment to the Harford Leadership Academy.

Harford Community College and Susquehanna Workforce Network Partnership Promote Careers in Manufacturing

Harford Community College and Susquehanna Workforce Network have teamed up to provide grant-funded training in manufacturing to an eligible group of students. Four students, William Molson, Pamela Kryglik, Charles Clark, and William Rostek recently completed the program and received certificates.