Harford Community College

Bel Air, MD

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Harford Community College
401 Thomas Run Rd
Bel Air, MD 21015
Additional information about senior education here.
Type: 2-year or Community College
What is your formula for learning? Our formula is to design classes that attract individuals with diverse backgrounds to meet, share interests, and develop knowledge.

Our focus is on you, the mature learner, and our goal is to provide opportunities for lifelong learning, social and cultural enrichment, and a rich and challenging academic atmosphere. And for many of our programs, tuition is waived if you are 60 or older at the time you register. Fees are not waived and must be paid by all participants. Look for the statement "Senior adult and disabled retiree tuition waivers apply" following the course description for waivable classes.

We welcome you to our campus and encourage your involvement in whatever area you determine to be your formula for success.

Thought-provoking classes in art, history, literature, and language
Regional day trips and multi-day travel
Financial planning
Computer classes
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