Anne Arundel Community College has a comprehensive array of student resources available to help you enhance your learning experience and achieve academic success. Listed below are just a few of the resources available.
Admissions at AACC
The Admissions Office provides assistance with the enrollment process, answers questions about costs, academic programs and services for students. Contact the Admissions Office for a copy of the college catalog or schedule of classes.
As a Distance Learning student, Counseling, Advising and Retention Services (CARS) provides a variety of Advising options.
Library for Distance Learners
Visit AACC's Bookstore to purchase textbooks and course materials.
The Truxal Library provides many services for distance learning students or for those who access college services at a distance. Visit the Truxal Library website to access electronic databases, to conduct research, chat with a librarian, or apply for a library card.
AACC students have access to 15 hours of free tutoring through SMARTHINKING, a leading source for online tutoring and academic support. Tutoring is provided in basic math, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, statistics, micro and macroeconomics, accounting, chemistry, biology, physics and writing for all subjects.
Student Services at AACC
Student Services provides support to enhance your college experience. Visit this site for links to services such as Financial Aid, Career Counseling, and Tutoring.
AACC has created several videos and resources designed to help new and experienced distance learners successfully complete their online and hybrid courses.
Technology Learning Center (TLC) Labs
The TLC Labs include Internet access and document printing using PC and Apple computers. The majority of software used in the instructional labs is available in one of three TLC Labs which are located on the Arnold Campus, the Glen Burnie Town Center and AACC at Arundel Mills. Technical Assistants are available and ready to help users gain the most from their lab experience.
Testing for Distance Learners
Students who enroll in an online course may be required to take quizzes and exams in one of AACC's testing centers or in a proctored environment. Visit the Testing Office for hours of operation or to find a location for taking a proctored exam.
The Writing Center provides help to students from all disciplines by providing one-on-one tutoring on a walk-in basis. Trained tutors are happy to assist in preparing written assignments, offer help in understanding errors on graded papers, and provide additional training in grammar, punctuation, and usage.