Setting: Medium two-year
In-state Tuition: $4,296.00
Out-of-state Tuition: $6,384.00
Student/Faculty Ratio: 21:1
Male/Female Ratio: 41:59
Campus Housing: yes
Religious Affiliation: N/A
Campus Housing: yes
Acceptance Rate: 100%
Harford Community College Varsity Athletics Program fully supports the Collegeï¿½s Mission, Vision, Values, and Strategic Plan. The Department operates in spirit with and support of HCC Values: ï¿½ Excellence ï¿½ Integrity ï¿½ Communication and Collaboration ï¿½ Diversity ï¿½ Lifelong Learning ï¿½ Service Two cornerstone values exist for Intercollegiate Athletics at HCC: ï¿½ Student-Athletes are just that ï¿½ students first, college athletes second. Successful participation in athletics is dependent upon success in the classroom. ï¿½ For life-long learning, the Intercollegiate Athletics staff strives to develop studentsï¿½ skills and abilities for all aspects their futures: social, occupational, spiritual, physical, intellectual, emotional, and environmental. Working in support of the institutionï¿½s Strategic Plan, the Vision for Harford Varsity Athletics includes the following: ï¿½ Always maintain excellence and integrity. We are an institution of high quality. We strive to do everything with excellence. ï¿½ Increase the number of participants in Intercollegiate Athletics. Review recruiting guidelines and restrictions in order to recruit more students to HCC who might not have otherwise decided to attend. Maximize recruitment while maintaining a high quality experience for students. Be aware of opportunities for Harford County residents. ï¿½ Consider increasing the number of teams offered at HCC (as funding allows) while always maintaining both the spirit and the regulations of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 to the Civil Rights Act of 1964. ï¿½ Seek to compete at a high level of competitiveness while striving for successful results in individual contests and season results. ï¿½ Promote and sustain a welcoming environment that embraces diversity. When possible, increase diversity of staff and students in Athletics. ï¿½ Increase the visibility, reputation and image of Harford Community College on campus, in the community and beyond. ï¿½ Develop and promote Athletics as part of a lively, comprehensive college experience for the campus and the community. Provide facilities and game operations which represent the institution in a positive manner to all constituents. ï¿½ Provide a basis for expanded fundraising efforts for both the Department and the Institution as a whole, in collaboration with the Collegeï¿½s Development Office. ï¿½ Oversee and incorporate club sports, intramurals, campus recreation programs and the Thomas Run Park recreational league programs into the overall mission and operations of the Athletics Department. ï¿½ Plan and participate in the continued upkeep, renovation and expansion of all indoor and outdoor athletic facilities.
HCC was founded in 1957 as the Harford Junior College in the basement of Bel Air High School. In 1964, it moved to its current location on Thomas Run Road in Churchville, where it continued to grow and eventually became Harford Community College in 1971. In the mid-1990s, the college began expanding, adding a new library, Fallston Hall, Edgewood Hall, new parking, and an expanded baseball facility. Future expansion is expected
William H. Amoss - former Maryland State Senator James Harkins - former County Executive for Harford County, current director of Maryland Environmental Services Steve Matthews - former American football quarterback in the National Football League Randy McMillan - former American football running back in the National Football League Dominique Vattuone - Baseball pitcher, currently plays for the Vermont Lake Monsters, the Short Season A affiliates of the Oakland Athletics.