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A Great Summer Read: Advance Magazine

07/14/2014

We are proud to release the latest installment of Advance, our magazine for friends and alumni of Frederick Community College. Read More

FCC Installs Turf on Baseball Infield

07/01/2014

Frederick Community College is one of only two community colleges in Maryland to have a turf baseball field, and Athletic Director Rodney Bennett said there is already plenty of interest from outside organizations.  Read More

FCC Names Rodney Bennett Director of Athletics

06/04/2014

Long-time Frederick Community College baseball Coach Rodney Bennett has been named director of athletics, having served as interim director over the past year. Read More

Emergency Management Professionals Meet at FCC to Strengthen Curriculum, Discuss New Summer Institute

05/26/2014

A dozen emergency management professionals from around the region recently participated in the first-ever Maryland State Department of Education and Mid-Atlantic Center for Emergency Management’s Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness Advisory Council Meeting at Frederick Community College.  Read More

Commencement May 22

05/20/2014

Frederick Community College is pleased to announce its 56th Commencement to be held at 6 p.m. on Thursday May 22, 2014 in the Field House. 

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FCC and FCPS Faculty Collaborate to Promote College Readiness

05/19/2014

A grant-funded partnership between Frederick Community College and Frederick County Public Schools is bringing together faculty from both organizations who share a common interest in reading and writing courses Read More

Frederick Community College Foundation Presents Eagle Award to Plamondon Companies

05/16/2014

The Frederick Community College Foundation recently presented the Plamondon Companies with the 2014 Community Eagle Award at the College's annual Donor Scholar Reception. The Community Eagle Award recognizes unique and innovative support for FCC students and programs. Read More

Five FCC Students to Present Business Plans in Contest Sponsored by M&T Bank

05/14/2014

On Wednesday, May 21, five Frederick Community College students will compete as finalists in the college’s first Business Plan Contest, presented by M&T Bank. Read More

The Spring Student Juried Show

05/05/2014

The Mary Condon Hodgson Art Gallery will hold an opening reception for FCC’s Visual Arts Department’s Student Juried Show on May 12 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.   Read More

FCC Trustees Name Burmaster Next President

05/01/2014

The Frederick Community College Board of Trustees today named Elizabeth “Libby” Burmaster the 10th president of Frederick Community College after an extensive nationwide search.  Read More

Honors Recital

05/01/2014

Shields Audition winners and selected students from FCC’s music program will perform an Honors Recital of varied repertoire at 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 11, in the Jack B. Kussmaul Theater. Admission is free.  
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Two Concerts from FCC’s Music Program End April on a High Note

04/24/2014

Two of FCC’s student ensembles will host concerts next week. Read More

FCC and Frederick Community Invited to Meet Presidential Candidates the Week of April 21

04/21/2014

Two of FCC’s student ensembles will host concerts next week. Read More

Shields Music Scholarship Awards

04/11/2014

Application Deadline: Thursday, June 27, 2014 Read More

Arts Showcase

04/06/2014

Frederick Community College will hold an Arts Showcase and Grand Re-Opening of the Visual and Performing Arts Center from 2-6:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 12. The Art Showcase is free and open to the public.

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“A Textured Likeness” Features Local Artist Jamie Grubby in April

04/02/2014

The Mary Condon Hodgson Art Gallery at Frederick Community College will hold an opening reception from 5-7 p.m. on Saturday, April 5 for a new exhibit “A Textured Likeness” featuring the work of Jamie Grubby.
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Spring 2014 Dean's List

03/06/2014

Congratulations to all our FCC students whose academic achievements earned them a place on our Spring 2013 Dean's List. Read More