News Release — Experience the human heart in virtual reality, take a tour of state-of-the-art simulations labs and relax with a seated massage during AACC’s School of Health Sciences’ open house from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 21.Read More.
News Release — Anne Arundel Community College is celebrating Social Justice Week, April 16 to 20, with a number of activities and events.Read More.
News Release — AACC announced its support for the Maryland Community College Promise Scholarship today. The new legislation that passed the general assembly and awaits Governor Hogan’s signature will provide Maryland’s 16 community colleges with $15 million starting in 2019.Read More.
News Release — Cassandra Moore, Assistant Director of Admissions and Enrollment Development at AACC, recently was recognized with the 2018 Thomas A. Bliger award. Given by the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO), the award recognizes members who exemplify leadership and service within the organization.Read More.
News Release — Bullshit doesn’t just exist in the halls of Congress or on the Twitter feed. It’s in economics, food, medicine and yes, politics and media. And through his new class “Calling Out Bullshit" AACC Professor David Tengwall wants you to have the critical reasoning skills to identify and respond to it.Read More.
News Release — Anne Arundel Community College is hosting its first Martin Luther King Jr. Citizenship and Justice Lecture Series with Darrius Hills, Ph.D., assistant professor at Morgan State University. His talk, “The True Measure of American Greatness: A Kingian Response,” is at noon Thursday, Feb. 22, in Florestano Building Room 101 at the college.Read More.
News Release — Harlan Harrell, AACC military/veteran retention advisor, knew he was receiving the Patriot Award from Employers Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) on the afternoon of Feb. 8. What he didn’t expect was the second plaque.Read More.
Feature Story — In October the most recent crop of AACC’s School of Continuing Education and Workforce Development students celebrated its 20th Maryland High School Diploma Student Recognition Ceremony. That night 49 people walked on to a stage and off toward a brighter future with a diploma in hand.Read More.
News Release — The Peer Learning Partnership at Anne Arundel Community College is sponsoring Friday talks and films in celebration of Black History Month. These events, free and open to the public, will take place in the Center for Applied Learning and Technology on campus. Question and answer sessions will follow be held following the presentations.Read More.
News Release — Throughout February, Anne Arundel Community College will recognize the achievements of black Americans through a variety of visual displays, initiatives and events.Read More.