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Learning at Hood
Where you'll get a more well-rounded understanding of how the world works
Connecting Real-World Experience
You'll be able to connect what you're learning in the classroom with your experiential opportunities.
Pursue combined or accelerated degree programs that let you work concurrently toward your bachelor’s and master’s degrees in four-plus years.
Downtown Frederick is once again welcoming visitors. Increased safety precautions have been implemented to allow visitors to return to the region safely and provide the best experience at local shops, restaurants and attractions.
Hood College is open for business, ready to provide you with an education that empowers you to use your hearts, minds and hands to meet global challenges.
Hood works cooperatively with many community partners to enhance the quality of life in the region.
Being a Part of our Community
College is about more than books. It’s about expanding our world view, and learning and living with others from different backgrounds, with various interests.
Behind Every Mask is a Hello
The Hood Hello is more important than ever. You will find a friendly wave or a hello from everyone you encounter on campus, whether you know each other or not.
Professor Terry Scott started a program at Hood to connect student mentors with youth mentees.
- Experiential Learning
- Community Involvement
Chaz Martinsen, MFA, joins the Ceramic Arts program this fall as its new program director.
Hood alum, Harold Rivas, earned an undergraduate degree in Art & Archaeology. He is currently enrolled in Hood's Cybersecurity Master's program.
- Math & Computer Sciences
With the recent generous support from organizations such as the Common Market, the Delaplaine Foundation and the Capital Group, the FFSN team will be able to continue working in our community.