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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!

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Human Services
Nicole Williams,, 410-777-7085
The Human Services club encourages and promotes community service, such as helping the homeless, the hungry and those with low income. Students also participate in campus-wide activities to promote human services via social interaction among students who share a common interest.

Interior Design - A.S.I.D. (American Society of Interior Designers)
Dimi Tangires, , 410-777-2123
The student chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers (A.S.I.D.) provides students with the opportunity to expand their understanding and appreciation of interior design, to network with other students and professionals in the field and to prepare themselves for the responsibility of Allied and Professional membership in the Society.

Japanese Language Club
Miyoko Dickerson,, 410-777-9494
The club provides those students who have an interest in the Japanese language and culture an environment in which to study, regardless of their skill level. We also help students prepare for the Japan Foundation's annual Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT). The club is also open to students who are native and near-native speakers of Japanese who can help to increase our language proficiency.

Mathematics Club
Heather Riordan,, 410-777-2184
An organization that furthers and expands the perspectives on mathematics in the college and the community by sponsoring activities intended to engage the students and by making the subject interesting and accessible. All students with any level of interest in mathematics are encouraged to participate.

Medical Lab Technician
Lorraine Doucette,, 410-777-7107
For students enrolled and/or interested in the Medical Lab Technician program. Provides an opportunity for networking with other MLT students and professionals from the community, promote the development of skills and increase awareness and knowledge of the Medical Laboratory Technician program and profession.

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