The TEACH Institute Advisor supports Education students here at Anne Arundel Community College and helps them:
• Understand program requirements and course prerequisites
• Select courses and create a path toward successful degree completion
• Develop a plan for preparing for and passing the Praxis Core
• Navigate the transfer process
• Explore career development opportunities
• Practice effective learning strategies and time management skills
• Get involved with the Student Education Association
Step 1: Credit or noncredit? Most career training tracks are credit programs leading to a degree, certificate or letter of recognition. However, some child care training and teacher professional development courses are offered through noncredit. If you are not sure which track you need to pursue, contact us at email@example.com.
Step 2: New students who wish to take credit classes but have never been enrolled in Anne Arundel Community College must apply to the college before scheduling an appointment with an adviser. Refer to the Admissions Office Web page for more information. If you already know which degree or certificate you wish to pursue, pick from these codes.
Step 3: Students who have never attended college and do not have ACT, SAT, AP or CLEP scores will need to be assessed for proficiency in English, reading and mathematics prior to meeting with an advisor to schedule classes. For more information about the placement assessment, including how to prepare for it, explore AACC's Academic Support.
Step 4: Each student must make an appointment to meet with the TEACH Institute Advisor, who is available to meet with students by appointment at the Arnold campus on the second floor of the Student Services Building or at the Arundel Mills location in Suite 309. For questions, please call 410-777-2401.