Living in Anne Arundel County
Nestled between the scenic Severn and Magothy rivers approximately five miles north of Annapolis and 18 miles south of Baltimore, Anne Arundel Community College’s campus is surrounded by quiet neighborhoods that include apartments and townhomes. Historic Annapolis, Maryland’s capital city, is a popular destination for tourists and sailing enthusiasts. Our nation’s capital in Washington, D.C., is only 30 miles to the west. Maryland, Virginia and Delaware beaches are only two hours away, and within three hours you can be in the Appalachian Mountains.
Anne Arundel Community College does not provide dormitories or housing facilities for any of its students. All students live off campus and commute to class via public or private transportation. International students should apply early and arrive well before classes begin to find their own housing accommodations. You must show proof of ability to provide living and incidental expenses.
AACC does not offer health insurance for students. Students must provide proof of health insurance to cover medical care in the U.S. Health insurance information and brochures are available in the Admissions Office or in the college's Health Services office.
While a having a car is definitely helpful in Anne Arundel County, AACC is located on the local Maryland Transportation Authority (MTA) bus route that also services residential communities.
AACC has an active Student Government Association and offers a wide array of student clubs and organizations, campus events, cultural arts. AACC has an award-winning music program including opera, concert chorus, dance company and theater. Men’s and women’s athletic teams include soccer, lacrosse, basketball, baseball and more.
Questions about International Student Admissions
International Admissions Specialist
Admissions and Enrollment Development Services