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Khadijat Richmond, Ed.D.

Khadijat Richmond is graduation attire from earning her doctorate.
Director of Transfer Advising 
Adjunct Faculty 
Achieving College and Career Advancement 
School of Liberal Arts 


Doctor of Education 
Community College Leadership 
Morgan State University 

Master of Education 
School Counseling 
Loyola University Maryland 

Bachelor of Science 
Biology and Theology  
Loyola University Maryland 


  • Listening to audio books and podcasts 
  • Game nights 
  • Sewing and crafting 
  • Having dance parties with her children 

A Little More 

Khadijat Richmond is passionate about helping low-income, first-generation and underrepresented students access and complete college. As director of Transfer Advising at AACC, she strives to ensure each student is positioned to complete a bachelor’s degree at the four-year school of their choice. As an adjunct instructor, she teaches Career Development and Assessment (PSY-100) and the college’s Student Success Seminar (ACA-100), helping students develop the skills they need to excel in college and beyond.  

“I love that I can empower and encourage people to grow and stretch into their most beautiful selves,” she said. “I always learn something during my teaching experiences. The human experience is a beautiful process.” 

In her spare time, Richmond enjoys crafting and making gifts for family and friends, including jackets, dresses and skirts. She also enjoys hearing people’s stories and the strong bonds that develop from having deep, meaningful conversations. 


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Alicia M. Morse, Ph.D., dean


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