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FAST FACTS 2015-2016

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ESTABLISHED IN 1961, AACC is a fully accredited, nationally recognized, public, two-year institution and the largest single-campus community college in Maryland, serving approximately 50,000 students annually in credit and noncredit courses. AACC offers credit programs leading to an associate degree, certificate or a letter of recognition. Students may prepare for transfer to a four-year institution or move into an immediate career. The college also offers extensive lifelong learning opportunities and noncredit continuing professional education courses to those seeking career training or retraining, working to boost basic skills or pursuing

CONTENTS Top Honors.............................................................................4-5 Accreditations/Approvals/Curriculum...............................6 Academic Programs................................................................ 7 Enrollment..................................................................................8 Accountability......................................................................... 10 Economic Impact.................................................................... 10 Financial Profile........................................................................ 11 Affordability..............................................................................12 Scholarships/Financial Aid...................................................12 Employees.................................................................................12

new areas of interest. AACC offers more than

Tuition and Fees.......................................................................13

140 continuing education certificates and over

High Quality Benchmarks.................................................... 14

30 workforce credentials.

Learning and Technology.......................................................15 Student Engagement..............................................................15

410-777-AACC | www.aacc.edu @AnneArundelCC AnneArundelCommunityCollege

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Locations/College Resources.........................................16-17 Student Success 2020.......................................................... 18 Leadership................................................................................ 19 Contact Us.............................................................. Back Cover

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TOP HONORS • AACC was honored as a 2015 National Role Model by Minority Access Inc. as an institution committed to diversity. • AACC received the 2015 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the oldest and largest diversity-focused publication in higher education. • AACC received the 2015 Charles Kennedy Equity Award from the Association of Community College Trustees at the ACCT Awards Gala Oct. 16, in San Diego. This award is the third national recognition the college received in 2015 for its focus on diversity and inclusiveness in its policies, programs and procedures. • Alycia A. Marshall, Ph.D., chair of the math department, was named one of INSIGHT Into Diversity’s 100 Inspiring Women in STEM in recognition of her leadership in mentoring, teaching and encouraging students to major in a STEM subject. • Dr. Dawn Lindsay, AACC president, was appointed in October to the Homeland Security Academic Advisory Council, a federal advisory committee comprised of university presidents and academic leaders who provide advice and recommendations to the secretary and senior leadership at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security on matters related to homeland security and the academic community. • Wilfredo Valladares Lara, associate professor of visual arts, was commissioned to create a sculpture in South Korea. He installed the sculpture himself in the city of Daegu. • AACC architecture students received top honors from the American Institute of Architects both at the state and regional levels. At the state level, architecture students won both top awards for design and delineation in the community college category. An AACC team also won another People’s Choice award. • AACC’s Center for Workforce Solutions partnered with University of Maryland Faculty Physicians Inc. (FPI) to develop and deliver its award-winning FPI Leadership Foundations program. This program received a global award as the number one Leadership Program in the nonprofit category by HR.com and Leadership Excellence magazine. • Dr. Dawn Lindsay, AACC president, and the Rev. Dr. Diane Dixon-Proctor, AACC board of trustees vice chair, received Fannie Lou Hamer Awards from the Martin Luther King Jr. Committee in September. Lindsay was recognized for making diversity and student success her top priorities. Dixon-Proctor was recognized for her outreach and mentoring. Fannie Lou Hamer was a civil rights and voting rights activist in the 1960s. • AACC received the 2015 Community Engagement Classification by the Carnegie Foundation, recognizing the college for excellent alignment among campus mission, culture, leadership, resources and practices that support dynamic and noteworthy community engagement. AACC is one of only 20 community colleges in the nation to receive this designation.

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• AACC’s creative services team earned eight Certificate of Excellence awards in Graphic Design USA’s 2015 American Graphic Design national design competition that drew more than 10,000 entries from advertising agencies, graphic design firms, corporations, associations, universities, government and publishers. Winning designs include: The HCAT Institute brochure series designed by Allison Baumbusch-Ernst, assistant director of creative services; the Arts, Crafts and Photograph Catalog designed by graphic designer Robin Ward; fans used at the commencement ceremony, designed by graphic designer Ben Pierce; the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Breakfast invitation packet, designed by Pierce; the Cultural Arts brochure, designed by Baumbusch-Ernst and Pierce; the Athletics Awards Hall of Fame program designed by senior graphic designer Charles West; and the Marty Knepp Memorial Concert program designed by West. • James A. Felton, chief diversity officer, was chosen as a Black History Hero by the Md. Washington Minority Companies Association for the outreach he has done working with minority businesses in the community. The award is part of Maryland Live! Casino’s Black History Month Celebration on Feb. 25. • Anna Binneweg, associate professor of music at AACC where she directs the AACC Symphony Orchestra and works with the AACC Opera, was honored last fall with an Annie Award in Performing Arts by the Anne Arundel County Cultural Arts Foundation. Binneweg also is director of Londontowne Symphony Orchestra and guest conductor of the All-County Honor Orchestra. • AACC’s Virtual Writing Center received two awards. The Association of College and Research Libraries selected the Andrew G. Truxal Library to receive the 2015 Community and Junior College Libraries Section EBSCO Community College Learning Resources Award for the Virtual Writing Center program. Then, the program won the Maryland Library Association’s President’s Award, presented to a Maryland library that has developed and implemented an innovative or creative program that has enhanced delivery of services to its users. • Four AACC student-athletes received National Junior College Athletic Association Academic Student-Athlete Awards for the 2014-2015 year. Nationwide, 1,110 student-athletes earned the Exemplary Academic Achievement Award. • Seven AACC student-athletes were named to the Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference All-Academic Team for the 2014-2015 year. • Team Anne Arundel, the competitive culinary team from AACC’s Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism Institute, took home four silver awards at a recent American Culinary Federation competition in New York. The team also won the Judge’s Choice trophy in the annual Gumbo Fest for the fourth consecutive year, competing against commercial restaurants and professional chefs. • Mary Ellen Mason, director of the Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism Institute, was presented the Restaurant Association of Maryland’s 2015 Otto Schellhase Award at its Stars of the Industry Awards Gala. The award recognizes the recipient’s contributions to the association, its Educational Foundation and the industry as a whole. 5

ACCREDITATIONS

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

• Middle States Commission on Higher Education.

• Early Childhood Development A.A.S. and Early Childhood Education/Early Childhood Special Education A.A.T.: The National Association for the Education of Young Children’s Division of Early Childhood Associate Degree Accreditation.

• AACC Child Development Center: National Association for the Education of Young Children. • AACC Department of Public Safety and Police was reaccredited in 2014 by the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrations (IACLEA). • AACC Testing Center: National College Testing Association.

APPROVALS • Anne Arundel Community College: Maryland Higher Education Commission.

• EMT – Paramedic, A.A.S. program: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions and Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems. • Health Information Technology A.A.S. program: The Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM). • Hotel/Restaurant Management A.A.S. degree option, Hospitality Business Management: Accrediting Commission for Programs in Hospitality Administration.

CURRICULUM

• Hotel/Restaurant Management A.A.S. degree option, Culinary Arts: American Culinary Federation Education Foundation Accrediting Commission.

The curriculum for the following academic programs has been approved by the following state and national organizations.

• Human Services A.A.S. program: Council for Standards in Human Service Education.

• Architecture and Interior Design, Architecture Option, A.A.S. degree option: American Institute of Architects. • Paralegal studies A.A.S. and certificate: American Bar Association.

• Medical Assisting certificate program: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs upon the recommendation of the Medical Assisting Education Review Board. • Medical Laboratory Technician A.A.S. program: The National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences. • Nursing A.S. program: Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing Inc. and approved by the Maryland Board of Nursing. • Pharmacy Technician certificate program: American Society of Health-System Pharmacists. • CACHE Physical Therapist Assistant program: The Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education. • Physician Assistant program: The Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant Inc. • Radiologic Technology A.A.S. program: The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology. • Surgical Technology A.A.S. program: The Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs.

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ENROLLMENT PROFILE

FY 2015 TOTAL CREDIT ENROLLMENT Headcount........................................................................

FALL 2015 CREDIT ENROLLMENT Headcount

14,689

State-funded FTE (full-time equivalent)...........................

Full-time equivalent (FTE)*

4,033

FY 2015 TOTAL NONCREDIT ENROLLMENT

*30 credits = 1 FTE

Headcount.....................................................................

STUDENT PROFILE Mean age

26 Men

5,968 Women

8,721

21,705 9,105

30,954 4,014 1,876

State-funded FTE (full-time equivalent)..........................

Full time

4,457 Part time

10,432 New

3,773

Noncredit courses offered...................................................

Returning

10,916

FY 2015 COMBINED ENROLLMENT

Transfer Degree Programs

55%

Career/Certificate Programs

31%

DIVERSITY PROFILE

unduplicated credit and noncredit students enrolled in credit and noncredit courses.

DISTRICT 1

DISTRICT 5 Annapolis east of Severn River, Arnold, Cape St. Claire, Severna Park

2,472

DISTRICT 2

972

Asian (3.8%)............................................................................

558

Native American/Alaskan native only (0.4%).. ........................

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Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander only (0.3%) ����������������������� Other/Multiracial (3.7%) .. ....................................................... Unreported (7.3%). . ...........................................................

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541

1,072

unduplicated students took both a credit and noncredit course.

Brooklyn Park, BWI, Ferndale, Glen Burnie, Hanover, Harmans, Jessup, Linthicum Heights, Severn

8,821

Hispanic/Latino (6.1%)............................................................

2,084

ENROLLMENT BY COUNTY COUNCIL DISTRICT

Credit: 2,248 Noncredit: 3,174

Caucasian (60.1%). . ........................................................... Black/African American (16.1%). . ...................................

50,575

Credit: 2,985 Noncredit: 3,650

DISTRICT 6 Glen Burnie, Hanover, Harmans, Marley, Severn

Annapolis, Crownsville, Heritage Habour, Sherwood Forest

Credit: 2,158 Noncredit: 1,846

Credit: 1,937 Noncredit: 4,544

DISTRICT 3 Curtis Bay, Gibson Island, Marley, Pasadena Credit: 2,966 Noncredit: 2,648

DISTRICT 4 Crofton, Crownsville, Fort Meade, Gambrills, Laurel, Maryland City, Millersville, Odenton, Severn

DISTRICT 7 Churchton, Crofton, Davidsonville, Deale, Dunkirk, Edgewater, Friendship, Galesville, Gambrills, Harwood, Mayo, North Beach, Riva, Shady Side, Tracys Landing, West River Credit: 3,011 Noncredit: 2,901

Credit: 2,955 Noncredit: 2,480

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ENROLLMENT BY STATE LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT DISTRICT 21

Annapolis Junction, Fort Meade, Jessup, Laurel, Odenton Credit: 476 Noncredit: 1,500

DISTRICT 30

Annapolis, Arnold, Churchton, Edgewater, Galesville, Harwood, Lothian, Mayo, Shady Side, U.S. Naval Academy, West River Credit: 4,671 Noncredit: 7,516

DISTRICT 31

Brooklyn Park, Curtis Bay, Gibson Island, Glen Burnie, Millersville, Pasadena

DISTRICT 32

BWI, Glen Burnie, Hanover, Harmans, Jessup, Linthicum Heights, Odenton, Severn Credit: 3,809 Noncredit: 3,218

WHERE THE FUNDING GOES FY 2016 INSTRUCTION (50%)

DISTRICTS 33A AND 33B

ADDITIONAL ACADEMIC SUPPORT (15%)

Annapolis, Crofton, Crownsville, Davidsonville, Deale, Dunkirk, Fort Meade, Friendship, Gambrills, Harwood, Lothian, Millersville, North Beach, Odenton, Riva, Severn, Severna Park, Sherwood Forest, Tracys Landing

STUDENT SERVICES (9%)

Credit: 5,019 Noncredit: 5,225

Credit: 4,284 Noncredit: 3,785

INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT (16%)

ACCOUNTABILITY • The majority of the college’s financial resources (51 percent) directly supports instruction. • Add the percent of expenditures for instruction and academic support and AACC commits 65 percent of all expenditures to instruction, which is a higher rate than the Maryland system average and that of AACC’s peer institutions.

ECONOMIC IMPACT • The average income of a student with an associate degree is $54,200 or 35 percent more than a student with a high school diploma. • The net added income generated by AACC operations ($85 million) and the spending of nonlocal students ($2.9 million) contributes $87.9 million in income to the Anne Arundel County economy each year. • The increased productivity of workers due to the accumulation of AACC skills in the Anne Arundel County workforce creates approximately $452.1 million in added income each year. • Higher earnings of AACC students and associated increases in state income expand the Maryland tax base by about $97.6 million each year. • State and local governments see a rate of return of 7.1 percent on their support for AACC. • For every dollar that state and local governments allocated to AACC in the 2011-2012 fiscal year, taxpayers receive a return of $2.10. 10

(Source: EMSI Study, January 2013)

PLANT OPERATIONS (10%)

FY 2016

FY 2016

WHAT THE MONEY PROVIDES

CAPITAL PROJECTS

Budgeted Operating Expenditures Instruction................$56,289,200 Academic Support......$16,846,000

Repair, Replacements & Improvements: Walkways, Road & Parking Lots........................ $750,000

Student Services...........$10,071,000

Campus Improvements.................... $700,000

Plant Operations...........$11,202,000

Systemics....................... $2,500,000

Institutional Support ���$17,472,000 Total..............................$111,880,200

New Construction Modular Building...........$1,000,000

WHERE THE MONEY COMES FROM Budgeted Operating Revenues Tuition/Fees.................$40,849,000 County............................ $38,387,700 State................................ $28,915,500 Other Income.................... $530,000 Tuition Stabilization Fund.................................. $2,748,000 Auxiliary and Enterprise Transfers ��������$450,000 Total..............................$111,880,200

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AFFORDABILITY

FY 2016 TUITION AND FEES*

• AACC charged the lowest tuition and fees of its four peer community colleges in FY 2016.

TUITION PER CREDIT HOUR

• AACC offers a free tuition payment plan that allows students to spread the cost of their education throughout the semester.

County residents........................................................................................ $105 Residents of other Maryland counties..................................................$202

SCHOLARSHIPS/ FINANCIAL AID The college believes no student should be prevented from attending because of limited financial resources. Many students receive financial aid through a combination of need-based federal and state grants, federal student and parent loans, employment through the Federal Work-Study and Institutional Student Employment Programs, interest free payment plans, or an extensive list of institutional, community and state scholarship funds. • During the last five years, donors have contributed more than $6.7 million for student scholarships and to support college programs through the AACC Foundation Inc. The foundation has an endowment valued at more than $7.6 million and manages more than 200 scholarship funds awarded to hundreds of students each year.

Residents of other states and foreign students.................................. $357

GENERAL STUDENT FEES Registration (per term)............................................................................... $25 Athletic (per credit hour)...............................................................................$1 Educational services (per credit hour)..................................................... $21 Student activity (per credit hour)...............................................................$2

TUITION AND FEES *Tuition and fees subject to change. Visit www.aacc.edu/tuitionfees for current rates.

• During the financial aid year 2014-15, AACC students received a total of $23,543,853 in federal financial aid (grants, loans and work study). 4,441 students received $12,445,406 in federal Pell Grants. $10,295,969 in federal student loans were disbursed to 2,201 recipients. • 1,224 students received $1,529,024 from Maryland state awards. • An unduplicated total of 7,114 students received $26,908,306 from all sources of financial aid.

EMPLOYEES* • College full-time credit faculty – 262 (37 percent with doctorates). • College part-time credit faculty – 1,008 as of fall 2015. • College continuing education and workforce development faculty – 540.** • College full-time staff – 629. • College part-time staff – 47. *Based on figures collected in October 2015. ** Source: Director, Instructional Support Center/CEWD The count of employees reflects a specific point in time and may not include all persons employed at the college in a one-year period. 12

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HIGH-QUALITY BENCHMARKS

LEARNING AND TECHNOLOGY

• The Class of 2015 saw a record 2,338 students graduate with 1,154 certificates and 1,852 degrees. Of the degrees, 695 were career degrees and 1,157 were transfer degrees.

The Virtual Campus provides learning programs and courses at any time and any place in a totally online format or in a hybrid format that has both online and classroom components. In FY 2015, 53.8 percent of the credit student body took at least one credit course via distance education. Students can complete 11 degrees and 24 credit certificates with multiple options fully online.

• AACC is the college of choice for a high proportion of recent college-bound high school graduates: 70.6 percent of the students graduating between July 2013 and June 2014 who enrolled in Maryland institutions of higher education were attending AACC. ** • AACC continued to attract 50.6 percent of all county residents enrolled as first-time, full-time freshmen in any Maryland college or university. ** • AACC led the state in offering 140 continuing education certificates in FY 2015. In 2015, AACC awarded 1,469 certificates compared to 1,253 in 2014. ** • 100 percent pass rate for health professions graduates in FY 2014: health information technology, medical coding, medical laboratory technician, pharmacy technician, physician assistant, radiologic technology and therapeutic massage. • In FY 2015, more than 9,540 individuals enrolled in continuing education, community service and lifelong learning courses, accounting for more than 33,000 course enrollments. ** • AACC has been named one of the nation’s most military-friendly colleges by two organizations, BestColleges.com and Victory Media. Colleges are selected for the level of academic, financial and personal support they provide to veterans and activeduty personnel. The college has an active Student Veterans Association, a Military Veterans Resource Center and a program to guide students transitioning from military to college.

• AACC has 315 technologically equipped classrooms, 121 computer labs and 3,204 instructional desktop and laptop computers. • Wireless coverage is available throughout the campus including Arnold and the off-campus sites at Arundel Mills, Glen Burnie Town Center, the Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism in Glen Burnie, and the Center for Cyber and Professional Training. Coverage is provided in classrooms, conference rooms, and informal learning spaces as well as the athletic fields and the outdoor quads of the east and west sides of the Arnold campus.

STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AACC has more than 70 student organizations including academic clubs, campus publications, honor societies, performing groups, recreational clubs, special interest clubs and the Student Government Association. AACC supports an extensive intercollegiate athletic program including baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball and volleyball. AACC’s new mascot is Swoop the Riverhawk.

• The Homeland Security and Criminal Justice Institute passed the Maryland Police and Corrections Training Commission Audit for the Police Academy Program with 100 percent. • AACC has been redesignated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance/Cyber Defense through academic year 2020. • The auditors' report disclosed no findings or recommendations for improvement on AACC's Financial and Federal Grants audit. • AACC’s music program continues to build recognition. Last year, both instrumental and vocal programs performed in Europe. This year, the AACC Symphony Orchestra was invited to participate in the Capital’s Orchestra Festival performance at the Kennedy Center and, more locally, to perform the spring P.A.A.L. concert in April. • Several of AACC biology professors work with county, state or federal projects aimed at improving the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries. Students who choose a community service option in their course may be able to participate in some of the activities. ** 2015 Performance Accountability Report 14

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LOCATIONS / COLLEGE RESOURCES AACC is a single-campus community college with a main campus in Arnold, off -campus sites at Arundel Mills in Hanover; the Glen Burnie Town Center; the Sales and Service Training Center in Arundel Mills mall; the Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism Institute in Glen Burnie; and the Center for Cyber and Professional Training across from Arundel Mills in Hanover; as well as offices at the Fort Meade Army Education Center. AACC also offers classes at more than 90 county locations including schools, churches and senior centers. Student services are available online and at the Arnold campus, AACC at Arundel Mills, the Glen Burnie Town Center and the Fort Meade Army Education Center.

ARNOLD CAMPUS • The Andrew G. Truxal Library contains 150,900 books, 140 print periodicals, 310 videotapes, 566 CDs, 2,821 DVDs and 63 online databases offering access to more than 15,000 electronic journals, 95,000 electronic books, 51 science models, hundreds of thousands of digital images and hours of streaming video and audio. • AACC has a lab for mechatronics, a combination of mechanical engineering, electronics and computer programming used in today’s manufacturing industry, in the Center for Applied Learning and Technology. The center also contains design studios and computer labs for architecture and interior design, continuing education, computer information systems, computer science, electronic and telecommunication technologies and engineering programs. • The Careers Center includes a state-of-the-art Microbiology Lab and Environmental Center, an entrepreneurial studies resource center and math lab.

AACC AT ARUNDEL MILLS (AMIL) AACC at Arundel Mills, designated by the state as a Regional Higher Education Center, is a four-story, 77,000-square-foot facility. It houses the AACC University Consortium that allows students to attain a four-year degree without leaving the county; the Teacher Education and Child Care Institute (TEACH); the Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism Institute’s Casino Dealer School facilities; the Physician Assistant program; the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Center; student services; classrooms and labs.

SALES AND SERVICE TRAINING CENTER (SSTC) The Sales and Service Training Center at Arundel Mills mall works in partnership with the Anne Arundel Workforce Development Corp. and the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation to provide services to job seekers and employers at no cost through the One-Stop Career Center. AACC offers Adult Basic Skills and GED classes throughout the year during the days, evenings and on Saturdays. The center had more 5,690 visits in FY 2014.

CENTER FOR CYBER AND PROFESSIONAL TRAINING (CCPT) The Center for Cyber and Professional Training (CCPT) is located at 7556 Teague Road near Arundel Mills. The 30,000-squarefoot center houses 13 specialized labs for professional training, cybersecurity and digital forensics, a testing center and faculty support space. It is also home to the Corporate Training Group, which provides employee training and business services to companies, agencies and organizations whenever and wherever the training is needed.

GLEN BURNIE TOWN CENTER (GBTC) AACC operates facilities in two buildings in Glen Burnie. The fivestory Arundel Center North has classrooms, computer facilities and student services. The 10,000-square-foot Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism Institute has a commercial kitchen that can hold two classes and three training classrooms and a computer lab.

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STUDENT SUCCESS 2020

AACC LEADERSHIP

The purpose of Student Success 2020 is to continue AACC’s commitment to student success by helping more students be more successful. The college is measuring student success in terms of educational goal attainment with an emphasis on completion of degrees, certificates and other workforce credentials.

PRESIDENT AND COLLEGE OFFICERS

Fundamental to SS2020 is AACC’s continued commitment to maintain its high-quality, rigorous academic standards. The college has placed primary significance on its commitment to increasing the number of certificates, degrees and workforce credentials by 2020. Four additional goal areas were identified through work with Achieving the Dream.

BY 2020, THE COLLEGE WILL: • Increase the percent of students with developmental needs completing all developmental course requirements. • Increase the success in gatekeeper courses of students completing their developmental requirements. • Increase the success of all students in college-level courses. • Increase retention of students.

Dr. Dawn Lindsay, Ed.D. President Melissa A. Beardmore, CPA Vice president for Learning Resources Management Michael Gavin, Ph.D. Interim vice president for Learning Felicia L. Patterson Vice president for Learner Support Services Nanci A. Beier Registrar

AACC BOARD OF TRUSTEES Arthur D. Ebersberger, chair Rev. Dr. Diane R. Dixon-Proctor, vice chair Walter J. Hall Matthew F. Hortopan, student member James H. Johnson Jr., Ph.D. Jerome W. Klasmeier Sandra E. Moore

AACC FOUNDATION BOARD OFFICERS FOR FY16 Lawrence W. Ulvila Jr. President Jay I. Winer Immediate past president Henry N. Libby, Esq. Vice president J. Mitchell Krebs Treasurer Karen L. Cook, Esq. Secretary Vollie Melson Executive director

The AACC Foundation Inc. is a 501(c)(3) corporation whose mission is to secure and steward private funds sought to enhance the college’s educational endeavors. The foundation solicits, receives and administers private gifts, bequests and donations to benefit students and to enhance the quality of teaching and learning at AACC. Donations to the foundation support scholarships, programs and activities not funded through traditional sources.

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CONTACT US AACC..............................................................................410-777-2222 AACC Bookstore..........................................................410-777-2220 Admissions....................................................................410-777-2246 Continuing Education..................................................410-777-2325 Financial Aid.................................................................410-777-2203 Foundation/Scholarship Donations/Alumni.........410-777-2515 Records and Registration...........................................410-777-2243 Student Engagement...................................................410-777-2218 Technical Call Center..................................................410-777-1189 Workforce Development............................................410-777-2732

Notice of Nondiscrimination: AACC is an equal opportunity, affirmative action, Title IX, ADA Title 504 compliant institution. Call Disability Support Services, 410-777-2306 or Maryland Relay 711, 72 hours in advance to request most accommodations. Requests for sign language interpreters, alternative format books or assistive technology require 30 days’ notice. For information on AACC’s compliance and complaints concerning sexual assault, sexual misconduct, discrimination or harassment, contact the federal compliance officer and Title IX coordinator at 410-777-1239, [email protected] or Maryland Relay 711. 3/16