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Student Clubs and Organizations

Take advantage of the many opportunities for students to get involved in college life. AACC offers over 60 different clubs representing a wide range of academics, publications, performing groups, recreation and special interests.

Join a student club or organization today!
Contact the club's advisor, or call the Student Life Office at 410-777-2218.

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­­SPEAR (Spreading Prevention & Awareness Resources)
Loretta Lawson-Munsey,, 410-777-2527
A local chapter of the national organization, The BACCHUS Network, we are peer health educators dedicated to spreading prevention and awareness resources concerning healthy life style choices and decreasing risky behaviors in AACC students.

Students Organized for Disability Awareness (SODA)
Mimi Stoops,, 410-777-2306
Kelly Sweeney,, 410-777-2307
This organization, consisting of students with disabilities and other interested students, attempts to stimulate and sensitize the population of AACC to the needs and issues of the students with disabilities on this campus. It is the goal of this organization to provide peer support, educational programs, social activities, resource referrals and a source of advocacy to­ all challenged persons at AACC.

Students Talking Against Tobacco (STAT)
Carol Jacobson,, 410-777-2480
This group, comprised of smokers and non-smokers come together to create a healthier campus by offering tobacco prevention, education initiatives, assisting with tobacco cessation and supporting tobacco policies.

To Write Love on Her Arms
Paul Vinette,
Raise awareness and find help for people struggling with self injury, depression, addiction, and suicide.Provide a forum for the discussion of current events involving those individuals looking for hope; and provide support and education to AACC students to increase awareness and knowledge of the suicide rate and depression in the world.

Veterans Student Association
Rene Campo,  
Provides a positive social environment and creates a cohesive identity for veteran students at AACC, as well as to enhance life and education through social activities and professional development.

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