SECU Scholarships Awarded to Two ACC Students

POSTED BY jkyoung654 ON October 2, 2020

Two Alamance Community College students have received a “People Helping People” scholarship from the NC State Employees Credit Union (SECU). The students were awarded scholarships worth $5,000 each over a two-year period. Scholarship recipients are Reginald Hardy, a University Transfer student; and Atiya-Tobias-Parker, who is pursuing an associate degree in Medical Laboratory Technology. The ACCRead More…

ACC’s Early Childhood Program to Benefit from $750,000 Federal Grant

POSTED BY jkyoung654 ON August 26, 2020

Alamance Community College is one of only three two-year schools in North Carolina whose Early Childhood Education program has been invited to participate in a national project to better prepare early childhood education professionals. The project, supported by a $750,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, willRead More…

Introducing the New ACC SAFE Mobile App

Introducing the New ACC SAFE Mobile App

POSTED BY smvetter564 ON August 25, 2020

ACC is proud to introduce the ACC SAFE app to our students! This is an app for mobile devices that will ask each student to complete a simple survey before they come to the campus. The survey is meant to identify any COVID-19 risk factors. Students who answer these questions will see a green checkRead More…

ACC Awarded Federal Grant to Augment Student Support Services

POSTED BY jkyoung654 ON August 24, 2020

Alamance Community College has been awarded its first-ever federal TRIO grant from the U.S. Department of Education to implement the Student Support Services (SSS) Program. The total award over a five-year period is approximately $1.3 million. One of eight TRIO programs, the goal of SSS is to increase the college retention and graduation rates ofRead More…

100% of ACC Nursing Graduates Pass State Certification Exam

100% of ACC Nursing Graduates Pass State Certification Exam

POSTED BY jkyoung654 ON August 24, 2020

Alamance Community College has announced that an unprecedented 100 percent of its 24 graduates of the 2020 Associate Degree in Nursing program have passed the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) to earn their certification as Registered Nurses. NCLEX is used across the country to determine if graduates from RN programs have acquired and retained theRead More…

ACC Honors Distinguished Alumni, Faculty, Staff and Students

POSTED BY jkyoung654 ON August 12, 2020

Alamance Community College has announced its selections for Distinguished Alumni, along with recipients of faculty, staff, and student awards. An annual awards dinner, sponsored by the ACC Foundation, honors those who have achieved distinction through hard work and dedication. Due to the coronavirus, that event was canceled. Following are those alumni, faculty, staff and studentsRead More…

Duke Energy Awards $179,000 Grant to College for Adult Apprenticeships

POSTED BY smvetter564 ON July 24, 2020

Duke Energy has awarded Alamance Community College $179,000 to create new apprenticeships focused solely on adult learners in industrial technology fields. Adults for Industrial Development (AID) is the new college program that will develop new apprenticeships to create a skills pipeline for Alamance County manufacturers. AID will initially develop apprenticeships for adults enrolled in oneRead More…

Apply Now: Social Impact Fellowship Opportunity for ACC Students

POSTED BY smvetter564 ON July 23, 2020

Alamance Community College students who aspire to careers as social impact leaders have a new opportunity to get a head start through a new initiative starting this fall. The John M. Belk Impact Fellowship program will serve as a training ground for students currently enrolled in community college, undergraduate or graduate programs in North Carolina.Read More…

ACC Announces Six New Endowed Scholarships for Students

POSTED BY smvetter564 ON July 22, 2020

The Alamance Community College Foundation has announced six new scholarship opportunities for students. The Foundation will award nearly $250,000 from more than 100 named endowed scholarships this year. Including other sources of private funds that flow through the Foundation, up to $500,000 in aid is available to be awarded to students. The aid is primarilyRead More…

Trotter named Engaged Faculty Scholar by North Carolina Campus Compact

Trotter named Engaged Faculty Scholar by North Carolina Campus Compact

POSTED BY smvetter564 ON July 13, 2020

Julie Trotter, Alamance Community College English instructor, has been named as a North Carolina Campus Compact Engaged Faculty Scholar. Trotter is the first community college representative selected for this prestigious role since the program began in 2015. She began her one-year term in July. While the program is designed for the Scholar to propose andRead More…