Dorms, 4-Year Programs In Harford Community College President's Vision

Monday, October 3, 2011
However preliminary it might be, Harford Community College is looking to the future with two ideas in mind, based on four-year college fundamentals, to enhance higher education in Harford County. At a Harford Business Roundtable for Education meeting Thursday morning, Harford Community College President Dennis Golladay offered his vision for the school's future, which includes offering limited four-year programs and the potential for student housing. The ideas, he reiterated throughout the presentation, are "out on a limb," but they are his goals for HCC. Although historically community colleges only offer two-year degrees, Golladay mentioned that some were beginning to offer limited four-year programs and he considered it as a viable option for HCC's future. "I would like to see that in our future as well, especially in nursing," he said.

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