PROJECTS

BUDGET TBD

Andre DeShields '64
CENTER FOR THE ARTS

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At City College, the arts are valued as one of the core subject areas that comprise a truly well-rounded education.

$50,000

ARCHIVES

Completed June 2019

Through the generosity of the June '63 D1 Homeroom City’s glorious history will be more effectively preserved for, and shared with, future generations of students, alumni, faculty, and members of the Baltimore community.

 

Numerous academic, athletic and extra-curricular leaders were counted among the D1 classmates. Therefore, it is only fitting that those who made history have a role in preserving history as well. 

$350,000

CITY COLLEGE CAFETERIA

Completed September 2019

The renovation of the City College dining space, which includes the Jesse Hinson ‘59 Dining Room, provides a more pleasant atmosphere for students and allows for additional flexibility in the academic schedule.

$2.2 MILLION

CENTER FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING

Oct 2014-Sep 2016

The Center for Teaching and Learning supports our community of learners through the Meyerhoff Library, Gwaltney Study, Doetsch Hall, Research and Writing Centers and, the Reed Center for Math and Science.

TO LEARN MORE  ABOUT
THE BALTIMORE CITY COLLEGE FOUNDATION

Elizabeth Cullen, Director of Development

Office 443.642.5679

BCC 410.396.6557

Email: info@bcc-foundation.org

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OR COMPLETE THE CONTACT FORM:

3220 The Alameda

Baltimore, MD 21218