February 13, 2006
Hagerstown Community College scholarship applications for the 2006-07 academic year are available for new and returning students in degree programs of study. Students who currently receive a foundation scholarship must reapply. One application is available for both the foundation and student financial aid scholarships. Students must be enrolled for at least six credit hours to apply for the HCC Foundation scholarships and most student financial-aid scholarships. Several scholarships exist within the foundation, each with varying criteria.
January 29, 2007
HCC application deadline is April 20 Scholarship applications for the 2007-08 academic year at Hagerstown Community College are available for new and returning students in degree programs of study, according to an HCC press release. Students who currently receive an HCC Foundation scholarship must reapply. One application is available for the HCC Foundation and student financial aid scholarships. Students must be enrolled for at least six credit hours to apply for HCC Foundation scholarships and most student financial aid scholarships.
January 30, 2007
Hagerstown Community College has announced that scholarship applications for the 2007-2008 academic year are now available for new and returning students in degree programs of study. Students who currently receive an HCC Foundation scholarship must reapply. One application is available for both the HCC Foundation and Student Financial Aid scholarships. Students must be enrolled for at least six credit hours to apply for HCC Foundation scholarships and most student financial aid scholarships.
June 10, 2012
Working from her Ford Explorer, Dr. Moira Nusbaum offers veterinary care for horses living 45 to 50 minutes from Myersville. PenMar Equine Practice LLC offers routine care, treatment of lameness, including digital radiography, dentistry, reproductive work and emergency care through her mobile equine veterinary practice, which she opened in July 2011. Nusbaum's target market is horse owners and trainers who live in Frederick and Washington counties in Maryland; Greencastle, Waynesboro and Chambersburg, Pa.; and parts of West Virginia.
September 2, 2002
Reidl-Rowe Susanne Marie Reidl and Andrew Austin Rowe announce their engagement. Miss Reidl is the daughter of Daurel and Linda Reidl of Lexington, Ohio. She is a graduate of Mansfield Christian High School and received an associate's degree in radiography from Hagerstown Community College. She is employed as a radiologic technologist for Diagnostic Imaging Services in Hagerstown. Mr. Rowe is the son of Elaine Rowe of Hagerstown and the late Charles Rowe Jr. He is a graduate of South Hagerstown High School and received a bachelor of science degree in business from Frostburg State University.
October 25, 2006
HAGERSTOWN - The Hagerstown Community College Board of Trustees approved two bids Tuesday that are nearly $600,000 more than budgeted to renovate the Career Programs Building. During the special meeting, trustee members said they hoped to negotiate lower costs in the final bids and get more money for the project from the Washington County Commissioners. HCC officials said the bids they approved totaled $17,139,300, which is $563,075 more than the available construction funds of $16,576,225.
May 27, 2012
Hagerstown Community College recently held its 10th annual Honors Convocation in its Athletic, Recreation, and Community Center (ARCC). The event recognized special awards, Phi Theta Kappa membership, graduation honors, Future Educators Honor Association membership, and dean's list honors. Following remarks from HCC President Guy Altieri, attendees heard from David Warner, vice president of academic affairs; Marlys Palmer, professor, health and physical education; and student speakers Kimberly Rodriguez and Michael Salguero.
May 31, 2012
McConnellsburg High School on Thursday graduated a small, but mighty senior class that was active in academic organizations, athletics, charities and musical pursuits. Middle/High School Principal Todd Beatty reminded the 54 graduates of his words to live by - respect, responsibility, accountability and self-discipline. “I could not let you go without hearing them one last time. Congratulations,” he said. The graduates sang “Home Sweet Home” by Motley Crue and received awards amid speeches from the students with top academic standing.