Providing education and training for students of all ages, lifelong learners and local businesses, Carroll Community College is one of Carroll County's most important assets. The vision and generosity of Carroll supporters translates into important benefits for the college. In addition to funding scholarships for deserving students, we invest in technology innovation, student life and academic programs that support the mission and vision of the college. As public funding sources dwindle, students struggle to achieve their dreams. Even Carroll's modest annual tuition is beyond the reach of many students without financial assistance. To put it simply, your gift changes lives and contributes to making higher education achievable for students of all ages.
"Nursing school has been the most challenging yet rewarding experience for me thus far in life. It feels like I have fought my way through every possible obstacle over the past two years to make it to where I am now. I was working two full time jobs up until last November to help put me through the program with the assistance of financial aid. I had to quit one of my jobs last year to prioritize school in order to make it through last semester. My decision hurt me greatly financially but was well worth the sacrifice when I excelled in my course and passed my exit exams.
I am looking forward to pursing my interests in cardiac nursing and women’s health postgraduation, while continuing to find ways to serve my community."
— Calandra Blackburn, Nursing Student
"Many of the students at Carroll Community College either work during the day and attend
classes in the evening, or attend classes during the day and work in the afternoon or
evening. Having completed the last three years of my college going to night school and
working during the day, I know that alone is a challenge, even if you’re not struggling
financially, which many students are. The students attending Carroll work hard to better
themselves through higher education, which will give them the tools to succeed in
their future endeavors. I sincerely believe my financial support of the College is a good
investment in the students, the College, and our community."
—Glenn Bair, donor
Phone: 410-386-8150 Email: Dayna Aldridge 1601 Washington Road Room M261 Westminster, MD 21157