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Cecil College ,North East, Maryland

Summary

Cecil College is a public institution located in North East, Maryland. The college’s campus is situated in rural area with an number of students of 2391. The school operates on an academic calendar based on semesters. The ratio of faculty-students is 11-to-1. The highest level of education available at Cecil College is an associate degree. Cecil College follows an admissions policy that is open to all students and gives credits for experiences in life.

The district-wide tuition and fees for 2018-2019 was $4,500. the in-state tuition and fees was $7,710 while out-of-state tuition and fees totaled $9,210. There is no fee for application.

Students can earn degrees or certificates in 23 different areas. The most popular programs are: Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities, Business, Management, Marketing, Related Support Services, and Health Professions and Related Programs.

Students

Full-time

N/A

Part-time

N/A

Male

36%

Female

64%

Total

2,391

General Information

Type of school

Public

Academic calendar

Semester

Setting

Rural

Size

Small

Student Life

Total enrollment

2,391

Full-time enrollment

N/A

Part-time enrollment

N/A

Cecil College recently received a $47,353 grant from the Maryland State Department of Education’s Division of Early Childhood to fund their program to help childcare providers across the county pursue a college degree.

“The continuation of this grant is an exciting opportunity for Cecil County and those individuals working in child care to have their tuition paid for,” Jennifer Greenfield, Professor of Teacher Education at Cecil College, said.

The grant goes towards a program at the college called The Child Care Career and Professional Development Fund. The fund, along with the grant which has been going on for five years, helps child care providers cover the cost of tuition, books, and fees for childcare providers interested in pursuing an Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT) degree in Early Childhood Education or Elementary Education.

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