Anne Arundel Community College
At a Glance
Credit students FY 2008: 21,752
Continuing education students FY 2008: 37,659
Seventy percent of Anne Arundel county college students enroll at Anne Arundel Community College.
WEEKENDYOU format lets students finish five degrees and certificates within two years by taking only weekend and online/hybrid courses.
Revitalized Honors program includes option for one-on-one with instructors through an Honors Contract. The new Honors Transfer and Honors Career certificates allow students to transfer into honors programs at some four-year institutions.
Established in 1961, Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) partners with businesses, organizations, and government agencies on programs that broaden community outreach and workforce training. Classes meet at the Arnold campus and off campus at the Regional Higher Education Center at Arundel Mills; the Hospitality, Culinary Arts and Tourism (HCAT) Institute and the Glen Burnie Town Center; and more than 90 neighborhood locations.
Outstanding programs include:
- New Alternative and Sustainable Energy Systems certificate, part of AACC’s science, engineering and environmental programs.
- New Transportation, Logistics and Cargo Security certificate, part of AACC’s homeland security programs.
- Information Systems Security degree and certificate that meet national security training standards, part of AACC’s information technology and cybercrime programs.
- Award-winning hospitality and architecture and interior design programs.
- Center for Workforce Solutions offers customized workforce training for employers.
For more information visit the Anne Arundel Community College web site or call 410-777-AACC (2222).