This is the news that redefined us in 2019.
News Release — The Anne Arundel Community College Strategic Communications department recently earned several awards for work completed last year.Get the full story.
News Release — Disney Institute is bringing its renowned professional development course, Disney’s Approach to Employee Engagement, to Arnold on Wednesday Jan. 15, 2020.Get the full story.
News Release — The 2019 Anne Arundel County High School Diploma Student Recognition Ceremony will be at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17, in the Pascal Center for Performing Arts at Anne Arundel Community College in Arnold. There are a total of 119 graduates this year.Get the full story.
News Release — Three Anne Arundel Community College students and one AACC alumnus took home awards from the American Institute of Architects Maryland Excellence in Design Awards on Sept. 26, 2019. AACC was the only community college whose students received awards.Get the full story.
News Release — The Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) Department of Public Safety and Police is inviting public comments while undergoing a voluntary process to gain reaccreditation by the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA).Get the full story.
News Release — Anne Arundel Community College has received $140,000 in grant funding through the Expanding Community College Apprenticeships (ECCA) initiative.Get the full story.
News Release — A new feathered fleet is hitting the road this year and they’re turning heads with eye-catching vehicle wraps. Known as “Road Hawks”, these AACC student drivers hope to inspire others in their branded Riverhawk cars and by sharing their personal college experiences.Get the full story.
News Release — Anne Arundel Community College and the University of Maryland, Baltimore, Collaborative Physician Assistant program recently graduated the Class of 2019. The class of 30 graduates received their certificates and white coats.Get the full story.
There was a gas leak in the Health and Life Sciences Building construction area on Anne Arundel Community College's campus near the Careers Building the afternoon of Monday, July 1. The college was closed as a precaution while repairs were completed. As of July 2, the college was operating on a normal schedule.Get the full story.
News Release — Twenty-three Anne Arundel Community College students reached the second round of the CyberStart competition, a series of online challenges designed to introduce students to the field of cybersecurity. More AACC students advanced than students from other participating Maryland schools. Nationally, AACC was ranked 16 of 1,291 participating colleges and universities.Get the full story.
News Release — Approximately 2,206 students will graduate with 2,366 degrees and certificates on Thursday, May 23, at the 57th Commencement of Anne Arundel Community College.*Get the full story.
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.Get the full story.
News Release — Donors James A. and Janet M. Clauson of Crownsville have made a commitment of $1 million to support the construction of a Center for Innovation and Skilled Trades on Anne Arundel Community College’s Arnold campus.Get the full story.
News Release — Community College Takes on Nonprofit’s Work — Residents in Anne Arundel County looking for a local volunteer opportunity will be headed to a different source starting Monday, Jan. 21, on the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.Get the full story.
News Release — Hate doing your own taxes? You’re in luck! You might qualify for the free Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program through Anne Arundel Community College’s School of Business and Law.Get the full story.
News release — If you are an AACC student who is unable to make your tuition payment due to a lack of funds as a direct result of the government shutdown, we may be able to help.Get the full story.