News releases, updates and announcements — AACC's redefining news of 2023.
You may have noticed some ongoing work on the edge of campus along College Parkway recently and have some questions. Hopefully we answer them here...Get the full story.
Two graduates of AACC's creative writing program have won first place in the League for Innovation in the Community College's International Student Literary Competition for 2022-2023.Get the full story.
The college is among 43 organizations recognized for having women represent at least 30 percent of its executive leadership and board of trustees.Get the full story.
Approximately 1,772 students will graduate with 2,224 degrees and certificates on Thursday, May 25, at the 61st commencement of Anne Arundel Community College.Get the full story.
The AACC women's lacrosse team completed an undefeated season and claimed its third NJCAA title.Get the full story.
Anne Arundel Community College named Kellie McCants-Price as its new chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer effective May 1.Get the full story.
The Journal of Emerging Scholarship highlights student research from throughout the college.Get the full story.
Students received funding for their businesses during the annual Business Pitch Competition.Get the full story.
AACC’s Strategic Communications team earned a gold award in the quick-turn video category as well as a bronze award in the newsletter category.Get the full story.
In May, AACC’s Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) program will celebrate its 25th class of graduates.Get the full story.
News Release — AACC earned the 2023-2024 Military Friendly® School designation at the "Gold” level for its efforts in creating sustainable and meaningful education paths for military and veteran students.Get the full story.
News Release — The Pallas Foundation has created a new scholarship program in homeland security for students of Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) in order to foster the development of emerging leaders in global and national security, particularly those from underrepresented backgrounds.Get the full story.
Students in Maryland can attend AACC for massage therapy and public health as part of the Maryland Education Alliance.Get the full story.