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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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Photography
Matt Moore, mmoore9@aacc.edu, 410-777-7079
Provides opportunities for students to attend lectures, seminars and workshops related to photography and the visual arts fields. Students may attend field trips to local agencies, and job training events as well as providing peer support to fellow photography students.

Physical Therapist Assistant
Pat Brady, pabrady@aacc.edu, 410-777-7036
Provide peer support among PTA students, organize fund raisers to support continuing education opportunities and graduation expenses, promote college and community awareness of the PTA profession through the College Health Fair and other events.

Physician Assistant
Michelle Hill, mjhill@aacc.edu, 410-777-7366
Students enrolled in the PA program assist with activities such as the College Health Fair, physical exams for student athletes and more.

Printmaking
Chris Mona, cpmona@aacc.edu 410-777-7028
Promotes the development and appreciation of fine art printmaking; provides an opportunity for student printmakers to interact with other printmakers in the regional, national and international printmaking community; to exhibit their print artwork and demonstrate printmaking techniques to the greater community.

Psychology and Psi Beta
Matt Patton, mmpatton1@aacc.edu  410-777-7177
Provides a forum for students interested in psychology. Students participate in activities and events (such as planning and attending lectures, workshops and conferences) that can enhance their knowledge and appreciation for human behavior and interaction. Psi Beta is the national honor society in psychology for students enrolled in two-year schools. Students who qualify can become members by invitation. The registration fee and participation in the induction ceremony allows a lifetime membership in the honor society.

Radiologic Technology
Jen Roelecke, jmroelecke@aacc.edu 410-777-7093
Provide peer support among Radiologic Technology students, promote college and community awareness of the Rad Tech profession through sponsoring workshops, seminars and assisting with college sponsored health fairs and screening programs.

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