In academic year 2013, we enrolled 3,486 credit students and 7,292 non-credit students.In academic year 2013, we enrolled 3,486 credit students and 7,292 non-credit students.sident
When you chose Chesapeake, you chose a college committed to your success. Our faculty, staff and administration work together as a community to create an environment in which learning flourishes.
You will learn in classrooms, labs, and online. Our faculty have ensured that your courses prepare you to transfer or to get a job in your chosen field. If you are not yet decided on a curriculum, we can help you find the academic or career path that meets your goals and takes advantage of your strengths.
You will learn in the library, where print and electronic media can transport you around the world, back in time or into the future.
You will learn from each other, especially from those with different life experiences and opinions.
You will learn the value of team work on the athletic fields, and be transformed by the power of a live performance in the theater.
Whether you have come to Chesapeake directly from high school or after years of working and raising a family, you will find opportunities to learn and grow here and, I’m sure, create some of your own. We welcome you as a part of our community.
Barbara A. Viniar
Board of Trustees
Margaret Myers (2000-2017)
L. Nash McMahan (2010 - 2015)
Thomas M. Groce, Jr. (2003-2015)
Matthew D. Hogans (2011-2016)
Don W. Bradley, Vice Chair (2002-2018)
Vaughn D. Evans (2009-2014)
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Jennifer C. Doege (2009-2014)
Michael E. Pelczar (2002-2017)
Blenda Armistead (2011-2016)
Catherine Poe, Chair (2009-2018)
Size of campus:
Two-year program of study in liberal arts and sciences and career programs.
Degrees and awards granted:
Associate of Arts, Associate of Arts in Teaching, Associate of Science, Associate of Applied Science, Certificate and Letter of Recognition.
In academic year 2013, we enrolled 3,486 credit students and 7,292 non-credit students.
Number of faculty and staff:
In fall of 2013 we employed 56 full-time faculty; 75 part-time credit faculty; and 171 full-time administrators, other professionals and support staff.
Average class size:
Providing access to over 70,000 print and electronic books, films, music, images, and an extensive collection of online periodicals, available through a variety of subject specific online databases, the library also offers technology equipped spaces for group and individual study, open computer areas, a special collection of Eastern Shore-related materials, and resources on philanthropic giving for grant seekers.
The College provides access to a wide-range of software packages, and applications, including high-speed Internet access across our three locations. All students receive e-mail accounts through the College’s portal. The College provides over 700 computers for educational use by students and faculty. The Learning Resource Center has computers available for public use.
Student financial aid:
Over $4.7 million in various forms of student aid was awarded to eligible students, both full- and part-time during the 2012-2013 academic year. An extensive scholarship program is available.
Wye Mills Campus
Historic Wye Mills, on Routes 50 and 213,
1000 College Circle, P. O. Box 8, Wye Mills,
Phone: 410-822-5400, 410-758-1537, or 410-228-4360.
TTY: Call via Maryland Relay.
Web address: www.chesapeake.edu
Chesapeake College Center for Allied Health
Memorial Hospital at Easton, Maryland
Location: 219 South Washington Street, Easton, Maryland 21601
Chesapeake College Cambridge Center
Location: 416-418 Race Street, Cambridge, Maryland 21613
Phone: 410-820-6058, 410-228-5754.
Off-campus teaching locations:
Various sites throughout Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne’s, and Talbot counties.