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Recent News Releases
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Feb. 16 –AACC Nursing Program Ranks #1 in State

Feb. 16 – Meet Reps from 130+ Colleges

Feb. 6 – AACC Acknowledged for Budgeting

Feb. 1 – New Leadership in AACC Division of Learning

Jan. 30 – Free Tax Help at AACC

Jan. 17 – AACC Awarded Retail Workers Grant

Jan. 13 – High School Students Sought for National Math Competition

Jan. 9 – Annapolis Pottery Exhibit Highlights Long Career

Jan. 5 –  Tickets Still Available for the 36th Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast

Dec. 14 – AACC Peer Learning Partnership Open House

Dec. 12 – AACC Receives Chartwell Foundation Donation

Dec. 2 – Wes Moore to Give Keynote at MLK Event

Nov. 23 –  AACC Employees Make Another Significant Donation

Oct. 31 – AACC Hosting a Panel Discussion on Domestic Violence

Oct. 21 – AACC Workshops Help You Overcome Math Anxiety 

Oct. 21 – AACC Seeks Middle School Students for National Math Competition

Oct. 14 –  Documentary on the Dangers of Drug Use 

Oct. 11 – Recognizing and Combating Cybercrime Talk  

Oct. 10 – AACC Entrepreneurs Scholarship Deadline Approaching 

Sept. 29 – Explore London, Paris and Amsterdam with AACC 

Sept. 26 – ­Mike Gavin Named New AACC Vice President of Learning

Sept. 26 – AACC Design Team Wins National Awards

Sept. 19 – Johnny Cupcakes at AACC 

Sept. 19 – AACC Receives Diversity Award Second Year in a Row

Sept. 15 – AACC Culinary Program Ranks Top 20 on National List

Sept. 13–  Future of Drones – Topic for AACC Breakfast Briefing

August 17 –  Large Donation Supports Law Enforcement Scholarship

August 17 –AACC Granted Kitchen and Bath Accreditation  ­

July 20 – AACC Trustees Welcome New Members

July 19 – AACC Students Place in National Competition

July 19 –  36 Graduate from AACC/UMB Physician Assistant Program

June 6 – Kip Kunsman Elected to National Board of Directors