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  • Mowbray receives $10,000 grant from Maryland State Arts Council

    Candice Mowbray, adjunct music instructor at HCC, has received a $10,000 grant from the Maryland State Arts Council. She was named one of 50 Maryland artists to receive funding from a total of $290,000 that was awarded through the 2020 Independent Artist Awards. 

  • HCC professor serving as member of American Political Science Association grant team

    Eric Schwartz, assistant professor of political science at HCC, is a member of a group of faculty from Mid-Atlantic colleges and universities who were awarded a $30,816 grant from the American Political Science Association. The Peer-to-Peer Pedagogical Partnerships (P4) grant supports collaboration among political science faculty at two-year and four-year institutions.

  • HCC Foundation receives $100,000 donation

    The HCC Foundation recently received a $100,000 donation from the estate of Mrs. Mildred “Mickey” Knott, formerly of Hagerstown, to establish the Mildred E. Knott Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship benefits HCC students who are residents of Maryland, have at least a 2.0 GPA, and plan to transfer to the University of Maryland. 

  • HCC student awarded Maryland Law Enforcement Scholarship

    HCC student Breanna Hose, of Hagerstown, was recently awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the Maryland Law Enforcement Officers, Inc. Hose is an administration of justice and cybersecurity major. Her career goals include earning a bachelor’s degree, attending law school, and serving the community. 

  • HCC announces spring 2020 dean’s list

    HCC recently announced its dean’s list for the spring 2020 semester. To qualify for the dean’s list, students must be attending school full-time (12 or more credits of college-level courses, 101 and above) and earn a minimum quality-point average of 3.50 for the most recent semester.

  • HCC recognizes Class of 2020

    HCC is pleased to announce the awarding of degrees and certificates to 370 students in its spring 2020 graduating class. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the traditional May commencement ceremony has been canceled, but plans are being developed for a ceremony to be held later this year. 

  • HCC recognizes nursing graduates

    Hagerstown Community College would like to recognize graduates of its spring 2020 nursing class.Including graduates in the associate degree nursing program and the practical nursing certificate program

  • HCC recognizes health sciences graduates

    Hagerstown Community College would like to recognize the 2020 graduates of its Health Sciences Division. Programs include dental assisting, dental hygiene, medical assisting, paramedic, and radiography. 

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