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Presentation to the House Ways & Means Committee
January 25, 2017
Bernard J. Sadusky, Ed.D.
Executive Director
1. Allegany College of Maryland
2. Anne Arundel Community College
3. Baltimore City Community College
4. Community College...
Credit Student
• Undergraduate Enrollment – 45% of all Students in Maryland = 130,184
• FY15 Transfer Student = 11,603
• R...
Continuing Education Students
• Headcount: 214,824
• Lifelong Learning: 71,513
• Basic Skills and Literacy: 38,672
• Workf...
Dual Enrollment Increased by 55%
Fall 2014 = 4,532
Fall 2016 = 7,042
Addressing Affordability
- Dual Enrollment discounts a family’s cost towards tuition.
7,042 students are currently enroll...
with 2 additional programs being introduced this year
Early Middle College Programs
These programs provide early college a...
Millions of ’s saved in tuition through our Promise Programs
Allegany College
Garrett College
Hagerstown Community College...
$10,000 for a 4 year Degree
Prince George’s Public Schools
Prince George’s Community College
University of Maryland Univer...
• The Maryland WorkSmart Program is a joint initiative of the Maryland
Association of Community Colleges and the Maryland ...
• Allegany City Information Technology Division Allegany City Library
• Boyd & Dowgiallo
• Dept. of Energy
• Baltimore Cou...
Challenges Faced
Adequate funding - Expedite Cade
$ 6.5 Million in Tuition Waivers
Local Funding
A Adequate facilities
Inv...
Rapidity of Change
Addressing
diversity of
learning modes
Addressing
Increase in
Diversity
Questions?
Bernard J. Sadusky, Ed.D.
Executive Director
bsadusky@mdacc.org
410-974-8117
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Legislative briefing of the Maryland State Legislature's Ways and Means Committee by the Maryland Association of Community Colleges (MACC) on January 25, 2017.

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Maryland - 16 Community Colleges Strong

  1. 1. Presentation to the House Ways & Means Committee January 25, 2017 Bernard J. Sadusky, Ed.D. Executive Director
  2. 2. 1. Allegany College of Maryland 2. Anne Arundel Community College 3. Baltimore City Community College 4. Community College of Baltimore County 5. Carroll Community College 6. Cecil College 7. Chesapeake College 8. College of Southern Maryland 9. Frederick Community College 10. Garrett College 11. Hagerstown Community College 12. Harford Community College 13. Howard Community College 14. Montgomery College 15. Prince George’s Community College 16. Wor-Wic Community College
  3. 3. Credit Student • Undergraduate Enrollment – 45% of all Students in Maryland = 130,184 • FY15 Transfer Student = 11,603 • Recent High School Graduates attending Community Colleges = 23% • Maryland Residents = 95% • Average Age = 25 • Attends Classes Part-time = 65% Diversity of our Students White – 47 % Non-White 53 % - African American 29% - Hispanic 9% - Asian 5 % - Other 10% Female – 58% - Male 42 %
  4. 4. Continuing Education Students • Headcount: 214,824 • Lifelong Learning: 71,513 • Basic Skills and Literacy: 38,672 • Workforce Development: 112,951 • Workforce Training Certificate Programs: 237 • Licensure & Certification: 120 • Regional Workforce Needs: 117 • Contract Training Programs: 985 • For-Profit Businesses: 308 • Non-Profit Organizations & Associations: 488 • Government: 189
  5. 5. Dual Enrollment Increased by 55% Fall 2014 = 4,532 Fall 2016 = 7,042
  6. 6. Addressing Affordability - Dual Enrollment discounts a family’s cost towards tuition. 7,042 students are currently enrolled with an average savings to parents of $199 per course. With Dual Enrollment, a minimum of $ 1.4 million is saved in tuition dollars by Maryland residents.
  7. 7. with 2 additional programs being introduced this year Early Middle College Programs These programs provide early college access as stand-alone high schools within our colleges. Students simultaneously earn a high school diploma, and either an associate degree, or up to 60 transferable college credits Early College General Studies STEMM Technical Middle College Programs Early College: Cybersecurity Early College: STEM Academy of Health Sciences Information Technology Early College
  8. 8. Millions of ’s saved in tuition through our Promise Programs Allegany College Garrett College Hagerstown Community College (Washington County) Wor-Wic (Wicomico County) (Plus 2 new programs emerging next year)
  9. 9. $10,000 for a 4 year Degree Prince George’s Public Schools Prince George’s Community College University of Maryland University College
  10. 10. • The Maryland WorkSmart Program is a joint initiative of the Maryland Association of Community Colleges and the Maryland Department of Commerce. WorkSmart offers Maryland businesses an array of customized, relevant workforce training solutions. By leveraging the strengths of the Maryland community college network, we will identify or create a workforce training model specific to your needs. • Training takes place at Maryland WorkSmart centers located at every community college across the state or onsite at your business location. ONE STOP SHOPPING FOR BUSINESSES TRAINING NEEDS
  11. 11. • Allegany City Information Technology Division Allegany City Library • Boyd & Dowgiallo • Dept. of Energy • Baltimore County Public Schools (Cohorts) • CARROLL COUNTY GOVERNMENT • Union Hospital • Chesapeake Region Safety Council • Realtors Federal Credit Union • Re/Max ……………………………………………………………….TO NAME JUST A FEW 1,000 of training contracts
  12. 12. Challenges Faced Adequate funding - Expedite Cade $ 6.5 Million in Tuition Waivers Local Funding A Adequate facilities Investment in technology
  13. 13. Rapidity of Change Addressing diversity of learning modes Addressing Increase in Diversity
  14. 14. Questions? Bernard J. Sadusky, Ed.D. Executive Director bsadusky@mdacc.org 410-974-8117

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