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AACC is a single-campus community college with a main campus at Arnold, off-campus sites at Arundel Mills in Hanover and the Glen Burnie Town Center, a new Center for Cyber and Professional Training opening in fall 2012 on Teague Road near Arundel Mills and student services at Fort Meade Army Education Center. AACC offers classes at more than 100 county locations, including schools, churches and senior centers. AACC has many resources available at the Arnold campus, Arundel Mills and Glen Burnie. Some of these include:

Arnold Campus

  • Andrew G. Truxal Library offers more than 144,300 books, 150 print periodicals, 1,190 videotapes, 765 CDs, 2,400 DVDs and 71 online databases that offer access to more than 15,000 electronic journals and magazines and 28,300 electronic books,hundreds of thousands of digital images and hours of streaming video and audio.
  • The Center for Applied Learning and Technology contains cybersecurity labs and CyberCenter, design studios and high-tech computer labs for architecture and interior design, continuing education, computer information systems, computer science, electronic and telecommunication technologies and engineering programs.
  • The Careers Center classroom building includes a state-of-the-art Environmental Center, an entrepreneurial studies resource center, a law library and an interactive world languages lab.
  • Dr. Thomas Florestano Allied Health and Public Service Building offers dedicated simulation labs for nursing and emergency medical technician training, as well as dedicated labs and training facilities for radiologic technology, physical therapy, dental assisting, pharmacy technician, medical assisting and therapeutic massage. It also houses the Homeland Security Management program.
  • Learning and Technology
    • 288 smart/modified classrooms
    • 299 (100 percent) technologically equipped instructional rooms
    • 94 computer labs
    • 100 percent of informal campus learning spaces with open wireless areas – including the Arnold campus, Glen Burnie Town Center and AACC at Arundel Mills
    • 2,285 instructional desktop and laptop computers
    • A 100-seat Math First lab, writing lab and both online and in-person tutoring.
    • 88 student clubs and organizations
    • Extensive intercollegiate athletic program

AACC at Arundel Mills, a designated a Maryland Regional Higher Education Center, is a four-story, 77,000-square-foot facility. It houses the AACC University Consortium, the Teacher Education and Child Care (TEACH) Institute, the new Science, Technology, Math and Engineering (STEM) Center and the Physician Assistant program, as well as classrooms and labs for other instruction and student services. Also at Arundel Mills is a separate Sales and Service Training Center that works in partnership with the Anne Arundel Workforce Development Corp., National Retail Federation Foundation and the Retail Skills Center Regional Consortium to prepare individuals for careers in sales and service, train employees of area merchants and offer Adult Basic Skills and GED education through the AAWDC One-Stop Career Center on site.

The Center for Cyber and Professional Training, at 7556 Teague Road near Arundel Mills, is a 30,000-square-foot center that will house 13 specialized cybersecurity labs, other training areas and a testing center.

The Glen Burnie Town Center includes two buildings that AACC operates. The five-story Arundel Center North has classrooms, computer facilities and student services. The Center for Workforce Solutions, which offers employee training and business services to companies, agencies and organizations, is based at Arundel Center North. The 10,000-square-foot Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism Institute has two commercial kitchens, a training classroom and a space for serving guests.