AACC’s nursing department enjoys an outstanding reputation. The nursing department’s vision is to enhance the health and well-being of the Anne Arundel County community by advancing the profession of nursing through education, scholarship and service. As a community, the nursing faculty and students strive to promote excellence in the nursing profession.
The AACC nursing faculty consists of full- and part-time, caring and student-focused members. Our students practice simulated nursing skills in a college lab with state-of-the-art equipment and have continually exceeded national and state pass-rate averages.
AACC offers nursing degrees and certificates for those pursuing a practical or registered nursing license.
Beth Batturs Martin, director
Kendall Armstrong, assistant professor
Ellen Asbury, assistant professor
Lyndele Bernard, professor
Lisa Chamberlain, assistant professor
Lauren Decker, nurse navigator
Myra Dennis, associate professor
Susan Fox, professor
Ashley Hernandez, assistant professor
Alice Carrie Jackson, assistant professor
Cathy Jo Jones, associate professor
Maureen Kinsella, associate professor
Denise Lyons, associate professor
Amy Nudell, assistant professor
Shaniqua Owens, assistant professor
Heidi Rayner, nurse mentor/retention specialist/assistant professor
Tracy Short, assistant professor
Alice Stephens, associate professor
Rebecca Tolley, associate professor
Deborah Tolliver, associate professor
Mary Venters, assistant professor
Kristin Weedn, assistant professor
Shawn Wilson, assistant professor
Ellyn Woodzelle, assistant professor
Margaret Wyatt, assistant professor
Once you have taken that important step toward meeting your goal of success in the nursing program, the nurse mentor and retention specialist can support you with:
This program helps to meet the academic and emotional needs of AACC nursing students. The success of the AACC NMRS program is based on two measures: accessibility and content. AACC nursing students have access to the services of the NMRS, which include Success Skills Workshops, Group Study, and Individual or Group Tutoring. Please email the NMRS to schedule a meeting or learn more.
We encourage all nursing students to make use of this program, designed with you in mind, to enhance your nursing knowledge and strengthen your test-taking abilities, all while maintaining a positive outlook. The success of each AACC nursing student is what this program is all about.
For information contact Heidi Rayner, nurse mentor and retention specialist, by email, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-777-2423.