Student Advoacy Day 2016: Community College Students Assemble and Advocate for College Affordability
Annapolis, MD, February 10, 2016 – Community college students from counties at the farthest reaches of the state assembled in Annapolis this morning to rally and meet with their elected representatives to advocate for strong state support of community colleges.
“Community colleges are the largest workforce educator in the state,” said Dr. Bernie Sadusky, Executive Director of the Maryland Association of Community Colleges (MACC). “Strong state funding is critical to our mission of preparing Maryland’s workforce for the skilled jobs of the future.” Read full media release >>
Spotlight: Earn College Credit in High School
Maryland's 16 community colleges provide an abundance of outstanding dual enrollment programs for high school students, giving them the opportunity to accelerate their pursuit of a college degree or certificate.
Each semester, 4,000+ Maryland high school students attend a community college to earn college credit while still in high school.