At Anne Arundel Community College, we’re your partner in learning for the next stage of your life. Each year, more than 13,000 adults who are at midlife and older participate in the many learning opportunities available through the college. Our Center on Aging brings together many of AACC’s noncredit continuing education offerings intended for baby boomers and seniors. And by partnering with some of the area’s leading experts, we are able to hire instructors who can deliver the most relevant and helpful information to improve your quality of life. Register for one of our classes today! Or, if you’d like to be a part of our team of instructors and partners, contact Terry Portis.
Center on Aging Programs
LifeStages courses are targeted to help adults in midlife and beyond live healthy lives. Nurture your mind and body, learn about family and caregiving, as well as employment, job transitioning and retirement. Some classes are online. Check out our newest offerings, including the Encore Chorale. Visit the LifeStages Web page for a full list of classes or call 410-777-1184.
Senior adult courses are offered in partnership with eight Anne Arundel County senior centers at a discounted senior rate. Topics include healthy living, history and heritage and computer technology. Visit the seniors web page or call 410-777-1319.
Peer Learning Partnership is a community of peers who have a passion for lifelong learning. Members facilitate seminar-style courses designed for intellectual development, cultural stimulation and personal growth. Visit the PLP Web page or call 410-777-1184.
Guild for L.I.F.E: (Learning is For Everyone) sponsors this series of lecture and tours to museums, historical landmarks and local places of interest. Visit the Guild Web page or call 410-777-2884.
Credit & Noncredit Courses
AACC credit courses are tuition-free for seniors age 60 and older by the first day of the credit term. Seniors pay only a $20 per term registration fee, plus all applicable student and course fees.
While these programs listed above are specially designed for our 50 and older population, don’t miss out on AACC’s many noncredit continuing education offerings for anyone 16 and older. Many continuing education courses are offered tuition-free to seniors age 60 and older by the first day of class. If a course has no dagger (+) after the price, and is not a senior adult course, it’s tuition-free for seniors 55 and older. You pay only a $5 registration fee and the course fees. For courses with a dagger, you pay the full registration, tuition and course fees.
For more information contact:
Dr. Terry Portis, Director
Center on Aging