ACC Educators Engage in Nat’l Cybersecurity Role-Playing Opportunity

POSTED BY jkyoung654 ON October 6, 2021

Above, Renard Spratling, Debra McCusker Two Alamance Community College IT educators were invited to role-play in a simulated ransomware attack by virtue of ACC’s designation as a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense (CAE-CD) and its continued affiliation with the CAE Community. The College’s Information Technology (IT) department head, Renard Spratling, and Cybersecurity instructorRead More…

ACC Instructor Among Elite NC Educators to Receive Specialized Teacher Training

POSTED BY jkyoung654 ON October 6, 2021

Carrie Russell (Oct. 6, 2021) – Carrie Russell, an instructor in Academic and Career Readiness at Alamance Community College, is among five candidates statewide selected by the U.S. Department of Education to receive training as Teaching Skills That Matter (TSTM) educators. The Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education (OCTAE) recently designated North Carolina asRead More…

Parking Changes During Construction

Parking Changes During Construction

POSTED BY smvetter564 ON September 30, 2021

Effective Monday, October 4, 2021, temporary parking and campus roadway access changes are being made due to construction of the Student Services Center. The following parking lots and areas in front of Main Building will no longer be available for use: Lot A, Lot B, Lot C-1 (first row only), 5 minute drop off, andRead More…

$2.1 Million Fed Grant Will Fund ACC’s Success Coaches

POSTED BY jkyoung654 ON September 29, 2021

(Sept. 29, 2021) – Alamance Community College has received the highly competitive Title III Strengthening Institutions Program $2.1 million federal grant from the Department of Education. Applicants for this grant were nationwide, and out of a large pool of community colleges and universities, ACC was one of the few recipients in the US. PACE –Read More…

NC Education Leaders Address Increasing Statewide Teacher Pipeline;  ACC, Elon, ABSS Signed Similar Agreement Last January

NC Education Leaders Address Increasing Statewide Teacher Pipeline; ACC, Elon, ABSS Signed Similar Agreement Last January

POSTED BY jkyoung654 ON September 22, 2021

(Sept. 22, 2021) – North Carolina education leaders recently signed an agreement to address the critical teacher shortage in the state. President Thomas Stith of the NC Community College System NCCCS) and President Peter Hans of the University of North Carolina System made a joint announcement of their new Comprehensive Articulation Agreement that will increaseRead More…

To Our Veterans

To Our Veterans

POSTED BY smvetter564 ON September 21, 2021

(Sept. 21, 2021) Dear ACC Community, It has been 37 days since the fall of Kabul, Afghanistan, and the Afghan government’s collapse. Weeks have passed since this tragic event, yet we continue to witness the heartbreaking reality of the killing and destruction of people and institutions, many of which share our core values. I wantRead More…

ACC Educator Teaches Civil Rights with Traveling Exhibition

ACC Educator Teaches Civil Rights with Traveling Exhibition

POSTED BY jkyoung654 ON September 10, 2021

(Sept. 10, 2021) – David Crane, a history instructor at Alamance Community College, is busy with outside projects that correlate to what he teaches his students about the Civil Rights Movement. Last May, Crane signed a contract with Princeton Architectural Press (PAP) to publish his book, Making the Movement: Material Culture of the Civil RightsRead More…

GOLDEN LEAF FOUNDATION: Alamance Community College builds skilled workforce for local manufacturing jobs

POSTED BY jkyoung654 ON September 10, 2021

(Sept. 10, 2021) Reprinted from Golden LEAF Foundation Newsletter: Manufacturing is one of Alamance County’s major employers, according to Scott Doron, Grants Officer at Alamance Community College. With the automation of manufacturing, the skills needed for these jobs are highly technical and require training on complex equipment. Golden LEAF has helped secure the equipment neededRead More…

ACC’s Biotech Programs to Benefit from $1.1 Million Fed Grant

POSTED BY jkyoung654 ON September 7, 2021

(Sept. 7, 2021) – Alamance Community College has been awarded a $1.1 million federal grant from the Economic Development Administration (EDA) to help purchase high-tech equipment that will provide crucial training for students and workers in biotechnology-related programs. The equipment to be purchased will be used to train not only ACC science students, but currentRead More…