Frederick Community College
Frederick Community College says it has found its next president.
About to graduate from high school without a concrete plan, Meisha Krutar was surrounded by college pamphlets when she heard a friend had joined the military.
Frederick Community College has released some details about the ouster of its former president following a newspaper’s filing of a Public Information Act request and lawsuit.
The Frederick News-Post is alleging in a lawsuit that Frederick Community College is illegally withholding information about the ouster of the school’s president.
The Frederick News-Post says it will ask a judge to force Frederick Community College to disclose information about the ouster of the school’s president.
Fear of failure nearly became Amber Chrobot’s biggest downfall.
The NAACP’s Frederick County branch is seeking answers about Frederico Talley’s departure last month as president of the county community college.
Frederick Community College says it has received a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Some are doing it just to make their hobby self-sustaining. Others, to bolster their children’s college funds. A few manage to make a real living at it after quitting their 9-to-5 jobs. But all see it as an outlet for their creative energy.
Frederick Community College has approved a $47.7 million budget that includes tuition increases and employee pay raises.
Frederick Community College says it has chosen an official from the College of Southern Maryland as its new president.
Joe Healey didn’t think he wanted to be a teacher when he graduated from college, but he credits some of his undergraduate experiences with motivating him to enter the profession.