The 2011 Campus Master Plan serves as the "road map" for
the development of AACC for the next 10 years.
It is the culmination of a process of evaluating current facilities, analyzing trends, discovering necessities and preparing a plan for the future of the college.
It provides a current plan for the orderly development of all capital improvements in support of the role, mission and educational plans of the college.
Over the past years the College has undergone
several changes, including:
Complete renovation of the Careers Center
Construction of the Central Services Building and reconfiguring the Plant into a Sculpture Studio.
Addition of the STEM Center at AACC at Arundel Mills
Renovation of the field and track at Siegert Field
Currently, the renovation and expansion of the Truxal Library is under way.
AACC began celebrating its 50th anniversary and the 44th year located at the Arnold campus in fall 2011. Five of the primary campus buildings are original to the campus and 13 buildings are more than 30 years old. Classrooms, laboratories and offices need to be renovated to accommodate advances in technology and changes in educational programs, as well as to address problems with the buildings’ physical conditions. In addition, the 2011 Facilities Master Plan calls for construction to meet educational programming needs in the science, engineering, teacher education and allied health fields. The college also hopes to expand its presence in the western area of the county, perhaps with a degree center near Odenton to take advantage of the growth in business, government and industry stemming from the federal Base Realignment and Closure decisions that brought so many new workers to the region.