April 30, 1991
The Alumni and Friends Association of Anne Arundel Community Collegeseeks a recent graduate to reward with a scholarship this June to attend the University of Baltimore.The association's Wilson Scholarship honors Theodore Halber Wilson, 1940-1961 president of the University of Baltimore.Candidates for the estimated $3,200 scholarship must have earned an associate in arts degree from Anne Arundel Community College between December 1985 and May 1990. Other requirements include a 3.25 grade point average in a program that matches university programs; ability to enroll for the fall 1991 semester; no degree beyond associate inarts; and submission of a 250 word essay on "What Will the Wilson Scholarship Mean to Me?"
May 8, 1995
Scott Jackson scored five goals and Mike Ford and Adam Pitarra each added four to lead second-seeded Essex Community College (8-2) to a 19-11 victory over top-seeded Anne Arundel Community College (10-4) in the Region XX championship game at Catonsville Community College yesterday.The Knights scored nine of the last 10 goals to win.* North Carolina 14, Stony Brook 6: Jason Sanders and Spencer Deering each had two goals and one assist to help No. 7 North Carolina (9-6) over host Stony Brook (7-7)
June 14, 1995
The Anne Arundel Community College board of trustees voted unanimously last night to cut four academic programs from the curriculum.Effective this fall, students will not be allowed to sign up for manufacturing, engineering, and systems engineering degree programs. The systems engineering certificate program was also cut from the school. Students already in those four programs will be permitted to complete them.College officials said they decided to target the four programs that were eliminated because they were among the most expensive per student and have had low enrollment in recent years.
April 24, 1994
Jennifer Stuckert of Odenton and Patricia DeWitt Rayfield of Severna Park, both students at Anne Arundel Community College, are among some 200 interns from 41 states selected to work at the White House this spring.*Ty Roberts, son of Jim and Priscilla Roberts of Woodley Road and a member of the Archbishop Curley High School Concert Band and Jazz Ensemble, has been accepted as a member of the 1994 Spirit of America National Honor Band Performing Tour of Europe.*Troy L. Simmons, a student in Baltimore City Community College's Emergency Medical Services Program, has been awarded the First Sergeant Vernon Z. Scholarship by the Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter No. 451.@
May 15, 2003
Anne Arundel Community College will start offering four-year degree programs this fall at its new satellite campus at Arundel Mills, officials said yesterday. The bachelor of science programs, taught by faculty from the University of Maryland's University College, are business administration, information systems management and management studies. The $10.7 million Arundel Mills facility is scheduled to open this fall to serve students in the western part of the county. The community college is working to form similar partnerships with other universities, officials said.
November 19, 1992
Six members of the Anne Arundel Community College cross country team will compete Saturday in the NJCAA national championship meet in Tempe, Ariz.Five runners on the men's team, which recently won the Region XX Division II title, will make the trip, and Chesapeake graduate Janine Macmillan will be the lone women's representative.The men are Broadneck graduates Doug Murphy, Marc Mallonee, Dave Taylor and Joe Dugan, and Northeast grad Neil Gilligan.When asked how he expected the Pioneers to finish, coach Jim Fontaine said: "I have no idea.