Community college names dean a vice presidentAnne Arundel...

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September 08, 1996

Community college names dean a vice president

Anne Arundel Community College has promoted Andrew L. Meyer to vice president for continuing education, work force and institutional development.

Meyer, who has served the past four years as dean of continuing education and extended learning programs for the college, will be responsible for the administration of nontraditional instructional programs, both credit and noncredit, including continuing education, contract education, weekend college, senior courses, telecourses and summer school.

He also will oversee grants development and private giving programs, including funding for special projects and scholarships.

Meyer, a Baltimore resident, joined the college in 1989 as assistant dean of continuing education. He is a member of the National Council for Community Service and Continuing Education, the American Association of Adult and Continuing Education, the Anne Arundel County Private Industry Council and Learning Resources Network.

AACC schedules party to celebrate 35th birthday

Anne Arundel Community College will celebrate its 35th year with a party from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Student Services Center cafeteria.

College President Martha Smith invited graduates from 1963 to 1972 for light refreshments as guests of the college.

The college opened Sept. 18, 1961, holding classes at Severna Park High School for 270 students. The schedule listed 48 evening courses.

Today, the college enrolls 40,540 students annually and offers about 1,850 credit and noncredit courses each year at its 230-acre campus in Arnold and at off-campus locations in the county.

Graduates are asked to call 541-2515 to indicate whether they will attend.

Pub Date: 9/08/96

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