Programs & Resources
View our programs and resources below. To learn more or apply to any program, please contact us.
Adult Services is delivering all services remotely at this time. Visit Frederick.edu/COVID-19 for College updates. Please schedule an appointment to meet by telephone or Skype or you may email our office directly.
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Project Forward Step Program and Scholarship
Project Forward Step is a counseling, information, and referral program designed to meet the needs of returning adult students, with special services for single parents (including single pregnant women) and non-traditional age adults (24 and over) who are low income, out-of work, or homeless.
Parents Lead Program & Scholarship
Parents Lead is a Frederick Community College program providing assistance to parents in the pursuit of a college degree.
Designed especially for financially eligible parents, the program provides specialized curriculum and advising services as well as FCC Foundation scholarships for childcare while parents attend classes, or for other costs associated with child rearing.
Allied Health Academy Program and Scholarship
The Allied Health Academy (AHA) provides training, educational support, and financial assistance to eligible students who want to prepare for employment as certified nursing assistants (CNA), geriatric nursing assistants (GNA), phlebotomy technicians, sterile processing technicians, dental assistants, or other select allied health careers.
Frederick County residents who are single parents, unemployed, underemployed, or are facing other barriers, may be eligible for the Allied Health Academy.
Through the FCC Foundation, an AHA program scholarship is available to eligible participants for tuition, books and materials, transportation costs, and/or childcare costs. This financial support is provided by the Women’s Giving Circle and the Leiby-Cavalier Endowed Scholarship Fund
Adult Ed STARS
Adult Ed Student Transition Assistance, Resources, and Support (STARS) assists GED® exam and National External Diploma Program (NEDP) completers who wish to transition to college or Continuing Education & Workforce Development programs at FCC.
- Intake interview and needs assessment
- Academic, career, and personal counseling
- Financial aid resource referrals
- Educational case management
Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS)
The Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS) program supports eligible FCC students by providing increased access to affordable on-campus child care services at the Children's Center. Student-parents who are accepted into the program will receive a voucher to help cover the cost of child care services provided by the Children's Center. The CCAMPIS program is funded in part by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
Anne-Lynn Gross Breast Cancer Resource Center and Scholarship
The Anne-Lynn Gross Breast Cancer Resource Center provides information, resources, and referrals about early detection of breast cancer, conventional and alternative treatment, aftercare, and nutrition. The Center also sponsors a support group for breast cancer survivors, and a scholarship is available through the FCC Foundation.
Formed by a partnership between Frederick Community College and the Frederick County Commission for Women, the Women's Center provides a centralized location to access information on College and community services, networking opportunities, workshops, referrals, and more.
The Women's Center resources are open to both men and women in the community.
- Information and referrals to community resources and services
- Social and professional networking opportunities
- Lending library
- Anne-Lynn Gross Breast Cancer Resource Center
- Special events for Women's History Month in March