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Cybersecurity Scholarship at AACC

News Release — So you’ve earned your bachelor’s degree and settled into your profession, but it’s not exactly what you had in mind. Or perhaps you’re a veteran, and those hard-earned skills just aren’t translating into the career you envisioned for your future. Maybe it’s time to look into the booming field of cybersecurity.

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Dance Company's 30th Anniversary

Our Stories — Starting a career is never easy. Starting a career in dance may be even more difficult, but the AACC Dance Company has seen its alumni do just that. In celebration of the company’s 30th anniversary, many of these alumni will waltz back onto campus to perform in the Alumni Concert at 2 p.m. May 4.

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AACC was the Spark to their Success

Wingspan — Spring 2019 — Larry Cate and Dan Mathias have shared many experiences since the days of grabbing a chili cheese dog between morning classes at Chesapeake High School and afternoon math class at AACC. But some of the biggest things they’ve shared have been the successes and failures along the way after starting Absolute Fire Protection 30 years ago while still seniors in college.

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Disney Visits AACC!

Wingspan — Spring 2019 — The most magical place on earth last year – at least temporarily – was AACC!

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Helping Moms and Dads Earn Another Title – College Graduate

Wingspan — Spring 2019 — Free, quality child care sounds too good to be true. But for qualified Anne Arundel Community College students, it’s part of an initiative to help students with the full-time role of mom or dad earn their degree.

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AACC in the News

Survey: Drugs remain top concern for Anne Arundel residents
April 15, Capital Gazette
A recent survey overseen by Dan Nataf, director of AACC’s Center for the Study of Local Issues, showed that crime and drugs remained the most pressing issues for county residents.

Celebrating Women in the Academy
March 26, Diverse: Issues in Higher Education
Dean of Student Engagement Tiffany F. Boykin, Ph.D., Esq., was recognized as one of the “Diverse Top 35 Women in Higher Education” by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.

Spotlight: Anne Arundel Community College students show off in ArtFarm exhibit
March 6, Capital Gazette
Catherine Ploetz and Scout Bender, AACC art students and participants of the ArtFarm’s exhibit, talked about their art, their futures and the AACC art program.

Tara Carew: FAFSA deadline approaches for student aid
Feb. 20, Capital Gazette
Tara Carew, director of financial aid at AACC, talks about the importance of the FAFSA in this op-ed article.