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Here's What's Happening
• Spring 2021 Financial Aid Assistance Now Available
• Giving Tuesday is December 1
• 200 Monroe-to-Go Now Open!
• COVID-19 Procedures
• Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates
• HCTI Earns American Culinary Federation Accreditation
• Building Trades Scholarships
• Get Credit for Your Experience
Financial Assistance Now Available
Continuing Education & Workforce Development (CEWD) is offering numerous Spring 21 financial assistance opportunities for eligible students in approved CEWD training programs. Just complete the CEWD Financial Assistance Inquiry Form and a College representative will be in touch to assist you in determining aid opportunities for which you may qualify. Tuition assistance for non-credit courses is provided by the State of Maryland, Federal and/or County agencies, and the FCC Foundation. To learn more, visit our Tuition & Resources page >>
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Giving Tuesday is December 1
The Frederick Community College (FCC) Foundation is participating in Giving Tuesday on December 1, and is asking for your support on this annual global giving event when millions of people come together to support and champion nonprofit causes like the FCC Foundation. All donations made on Giving Tuesday will support our students with the Ausherman Family Foundation matching every gift designated to the FCC Student Success Fund, dollar for dollar, up to $10,000. Give the gift of education and help the FCC Foundation with its mission of empowering students for a brighter future. Click to learn more and donate today >>
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FCC Restaurant Now Offering To-Go Gourmet Dinner Service
The FCC restaurant, 200 Monroe, will offer to-go dinners to members of the public on Thursdays from now until December 3, 2020. Gourmet meals, prepared by students in the FCC Hospitality, Culinary, and Tourism Institute (HCTI) under the guidance of the executive chef and FCC instructors, come with a first-course, entrée, and a sweet treat. Patrons can choose a first course option as well as a gourmet entree. Dinners include a sweet treat and drink. The all-inclusive price ranges from $16 to $28, including tax and tip. Learn more >>
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FCC COVID-19 Procedures
Thank you for your patience as we cautiously and strategically reopen our main campus and the Monroe Center. The COVID-19 virus is obviously still with us. We continue to follow the advice of health experts and local and state officials. We created the FCC roadmap to resilience and recovery plan based on Maryland Governor Larry Hogan's, state guidelines and recommendations from the Frederick County Health Department. This is a gradual safe path forward for classes and activities at FCC. Your safety is our first priority and we are in this together. Visit our Covid-19 Information Page to learn more >>
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FCC Coronavirus (COVID-19) News
FCC is currently in Stage 2 of the Frederick Community College Roadmap to Resilience and Recovery plan. As we continue to develop ways to safely and thoughtfully offer a few in-person instructional experiences, we tried to anticipate questions and provide answers about what to expect should you register for a class that meets on Main Campus or at the Monroe Center. Please read the latest information relating to Continuing Education & Workforce Development classes at the College on our Covid-19 Information Page to learn more >>
HCTI Earns American Culinary Federation Accreditation
The Hospitality, Culinary and Tourism Institute (HCTI) was recently accredited by The American Culinary Federation Education Foundation (ACFEF) Accrediting Commission. The recognition certifies HCTI meets the established standards, accountability, credibility, professionalism, practices, and competencies as set for faculty, curriculum and student services. Applicable to both the Associate Degree in Culinary Arts and Supervision and Culinary Skills Certificate, students are automatically eligible to receive professional certification from the American Culinary Federation upon graduation. Learn more >>
Building Trades Scholarships Available
Building Trades scholarships are now available to eligible students enrolling in electrical, HVAC and welding programs at Frederick Community College.
With a value up to $500, scholarships are open to both academic (credit) and workforce training (non-credit) students each semester.
- Eligibility Requirements: recipient must be a Frederick County resident eighteen (18) years of age or older, enrolled in a credit Building Trades OR non-credit Trades & Vocational Training course (Electrical, HVAC or Welding)
- Required Documents: Proof of enrollment/registration in at least one credit Building Trades OR non-credit Trades & Vocational Training course and proof of residency
The evaluation of college-level or experience-based learning that an individual has achieved outside of traditional classroom environment, PLA can be used to demonstrate college-level learning for academic credit awards.
Participants in this Prior Leaning Assessment program save time and money and avoid having to complete courses already mastered, completing their education goals at a higher rate. To be eligible, participants must be a student at FCC with a declared major in a degree or certificate program.
To learn more, visit frederick.edu/pla, or contact Dr. Renee Davis at 301.846.2587 to get started.