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Fall Classes start August 24!

Register in-person (Wye Mills & Cambridge) Mon. through Thurs., 10:00 am-5:00 pm. -- Also, Sat., Aug. 22 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Wye Mills only) as part of New Student Orientation.
Course Schedules are available online and eligible students may register online. Call ext. 2240 or 2287 for more information

Summer Sports Camps for Ages 5 - 13

June 22 - Aug 20, 2015
Check the flyer -- Mon. - Thurs, 8:30 - 12:00 noon, various sports camps available
Camp descriptions and registration forms at www.letsgoskipjacks.com. For more information contact Becky Fauver at ext. 5750 or email sportscamps@chesapeake.edu.

Chesapeake women to host national qualifier

Chesapeake College has been selected to host next year’s Region XX tournament. Chesapeake Athletics Director Frank Szymanski said the college had multiple reasons for seeking to host the regional in the $36 million Health Professions and Athletics Center that will open in August.

Chesapeake at 50

Marking a half-century of providing comprehensive education and workforce training opportunities to the citizens of the five-county upper and mid Eastern Shore, Chesapeake College has announced a multi-year 50th anniversary celebration beginning in August 2015.

Nursing Students Inducted into National Honor Society

The Chesapeake College MGW Nursing program, for the first time, inducted students into Alpha Delta Nu, the national honor society for associate degree nursing students.

Cerebal Palsy Doesn’t Limit Chesapeake Student

R.J. Nealon is always looking for the next challenge "I just like to compete," said Nealon, whose competitive outlets have included motocross, mixed martial arts, swimming, football and basketball. The 21-year-old Chesapeake College student puts his competitive spirit to work in a daily effort to ensure that his Cerebral Palsy doesn’t limit either his opportunities to experience life or obtain a college education.

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Chesapeake College announces the upcoming construction of a solar array. This will be another step forward for our emerging sustainability curriculum.