Commercial Driver’s Licenses

Get the certification you need to succeed. Choosing the right program is your first step to a successful career in the trucking industry.

The trucking industry continues to be strong in the country with job growth expected to be about 21% through 2020. At Cecil College, we have been helping people get high paying jobs in the trucking industry since 1984. You will receive the comprehensive training you need to join the trucking industry with job security, great pay and benefits.

Cecil College’s CDL program is supported through the Maryland EARN program. A percentage of the tuition for the CDL program is supported through grant funding and matching funds. The total cost of the CDL A is $6062, but reduced to $4625 through fund matching. The CDL B course tuition is also reduced thanks to matching funds to $2,125.

Class A and B Commercial Driver's License

Obtain your CDL A in either a weekday or our evening/weekend program. This 300 hour course is delivered in two convenient formats in either 8 or 10 weeks. Or go for your CDL B license in 10 days. Our premiere training school located in North East, Maryland serves to train students from all over the tri-state area. We are approved for GI Bill® funding as well as other possible financial aid options.

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.

Licensure Requirements

Students who successfully complete a course or program requirements for CDL A or B will be eligible to test for CDL licensure as set by the FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration) regulations. Though each state sets requirements for students taking the exam in that state, they must by federal regulation accept testing done in any state that complies with the federal regulation.

Get More Information

For more detailed information, fill out our contact form and we'll get in touch with you, or check out the CDL information packet. If you'd like to enroll in the program, get started by filling out the student application.

Any further questions, please call (410) 287-1615.

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