AACC president announces her retirement

Smith has been at helm of community college since 1994

April 13, 2011|By Childs Walker, The Baltimore Sun

Martha A. Smith has announced that she will retire as president of Anne Arundel Community College in August 2012.

Smith, who began her tenure in 1994, has presided over explosive growth at the college, with double-digit enrollment increases the norm in recent years. The college added a new career center, a renovated student union, a center for applied learning and a branch at Arundel Mills under her leadership.

The college's board of trustees will develop a plan for seeking her replacement. Smith, 62, said that until her retirement, "I look forward to continuing to be a part of the excellent and important work of our faculty and staff and all of our partners on behalf of our college and our students."

childs.walker@baltsun.com

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