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2901 Liberty Heights Ave.
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Baltimore, Maryland 21215

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Baltimore City Community College

MISSION: Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) provides outstanding educational, cultural, and social experiences to the residents of Baltimore City, the state of Maryland, and surrounding areas. The College’s accessible, affordable, comprehensive programs include college transfer and career preparation, technical training, and life skills training. The College provides a variety of student services that meet and support the learning needs of an increasingly diverse student population. BCCC is a dynamic higher education institution that is responsive to the changing needs of its stakeholders: individuals, businesses, government, and educational institutions of the community at large.


  • Founded: in 1947, still the only community college in the city of Baltimore, and is Maryland’s only state-sponsored community college.
  • Enrollment: more than 22,000 credit and non-credit students, and enrolls more Baltimore City residents as undergraduates than any other college or university in the state.
  • Student Demographics: 79% African-American, 9% Hispanic, 5% white, Median student age is 27, and the College’s student population is represented by more than 100 different nationalities.
  • Locations: Liberty Campus, Harbor Business and Continuing Education Division, Life Sciences Institute @ UM BioPark, Reisterstown Plaza Center, BCCC Maryland Center for Construction Technologies.
  • Degrees or Awards: Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Science (AS), Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Certificate.
  • Credit Programs: 34 two-year degree and 25 one-year certificate programs which include Allied Human Services, Arts and Sciences Transfer, Biotechnology, Business Administration, Computer Information Systems, Construction Supervision, Law Enforcement, Environmental Science, Nursing, Teacher Education, and more…


  • Non-Credit Programs: our Business and Continuing Education Division (BCED) offers a variety of non-credit, short-term licensure/certification training courses in Medical Terminology, Nursing Assistant, Cisco, Information Systems Security Management/Information Assurance Management, Telecommunications, Pharmacy Tech, Real Estate Appraisal, English-As-A-Second Language, Refugee Assistance, and more…
  • Tuition (Academic Year 2010): 
    • $88 per credit: full-time enrollment based on 15 credit hours per semester is $3,062 for Baltimore City & All Maryland residents; and
    • $6,722 for Nonresidents and International Students ($210 per credit hour).
  • Economic Impact: According to research by EMSI/CCbenefits, Inc.:
    • Each year students leave BCCC and join or rejoin the local workforce; their added skills translate to higher personal income, and the local economy receiving roughly $541.1 million in regional income each year -- due to BCCC and its students.
    • The typical BCCC Associate Degree graduate earns $50,400 per year, 40% more than an individual with a high school diploma or GED.
    • BCCC Associate Degree graduates will earn $443,300 over the course of a working lifetime.

BCCC Receives $1 Million Weatherization Grant from U.S. Department of Energy

The U.S. Department of Energy has approved a grant award of $1 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds to Baltimore City Community College to expand its weatherization job training center and programs. The expansion will enable the college to train up to 200 low-income unemployed or underemployed Marylanders for work in the growing field of energy efficiency. BCCC calls the newly funded project its Baltimore Energy Efficiency Training Initiative.

While already operating the largest community college-sponsored weatherization training facility in Maryland, BCCC will now develop and implement four new training modules for skills needed to install and maintain new technologies (including photovoltaic and solar thermal). Courses will be available in traditional and hybrid (with both onsite and online instruction) formats to accommodate differing learning style preferences. Training will take place at the BCCC Weatherization Hub (1212 N. Wolfe St.) and at the college’s Maryland Center for Construction Technologies (901 North Milton St.), both located in East Baltimore.

More than 30 percent of Maryland residents who qualify for home weatherization assistance under the Department of Energy Weatherization Assistance Program live in Baltimore City. To address that need—and the need for good jobs—the goal of the college’s Baltimore Energy Efficiency Training Initiative is to expand local training to offer multi-tiered career pathways in energy retrofit and weatherization.

BCCC is also training contractors that provide services to residents who do not qualify for weatherization assistance. Successful completers are currently awarded a continuing education certificate from BCCC, a credential that state and local agencies recognize as proof of competency in weatherization services.

2901 Liberty Heights Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21215-7893

6764A Reisterstown Road, Baltimore, MD 21215-9936

710 E. Lombard Street, Baltimore, MD 21202-4073