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Plan an Instructional Conference

If you are looking for a convenient and affordable location to hold an instructional conference or training, you’ve come to the right place. We welcome community organizations to our campus and will go the extra mile to provide you with the services you require from high-tech multimedia projectors to sound systems to quality catering to make your on-campus event special.  If your event includes instruction or training, our Conference Services office will guide you through a full array of services including handling registration, creating promotional literature and awarding Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

Our Services Include:

  • Excellent facilities across the county including a 365-seat theater, multipurpose rooms, lecture halls, classrooms and smart classrooms
  • Catering
  • Promotional literature, announcements, programs and name tags
  • Registration
  • Audiovisual equipment
  • Directional signs
  • Free parking
  • Continuing Education Units
Continuing Education Units
We can offer conference participants Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for training that meets established requirements. The CEU provides individuals with recognition for their efforts to update or broaden their knowledge, skills or attitudes. It also provides the learner with a tool for judging the appropriateness or quality of a continuing education offering and a standard for judging continuing education efforts already completed. The CEU lends credibility to a training program.

Our Facilities

AACC's facilities accommodate a variety of meeting styles with meeting spaces for groups from 10-100.  For larger gatherings, the Kauffman Theater in the Pascal Center can accommodate 365 people and our theater-style lecture halls have seating for up to 128. We also have large multipurpose spaces in our new CALT building on the Arnold campus and a 138-seat lecture hall at Arundel Mills.

Upcoming Conferences

2015 RAD Tech Registry Review
Monday, March 23 and Tuesday March 24

Crime, Violence & Mental Illness - 2015 Regional Conference
Thursday, May 28, 2015

Contact Gloria Lighthizer, program coordinator, School of Continuing and Professional Studies, 410-777-2625 or