Editor’s note: A few photos submitted to us by AACC-member colleges.
AACC leaders on Wednesday met with U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. Representing AACC (from left) were: DeRionne Pollard (president, Montgomery College); Maureen Murphy (president, College of Southern Maryland); AACC President Walter Bumphus; Sandra Kurtinitis (AACC board chair and president, Community College of Baltimore County); Dawn Lindsay (president, Anne Arundel Community College); and Charlene Dukes (president, Prince George’s Community College, and former AACC board chair).
Mount Wachusett Community College President James Vander Hooven stands at the center among the 39 members of the licensed practical nursing program Class of 2018 and their instructors ahead of their pinning ceremony this week. (Photo: MWCC)
St. Clair County Community College students celebrate their graduation from the practical nursing program during a commencement ceremony. The commencement marked the college’s 57th graduating class since the program began in 1960. (Photo: LC4)
Volunteer State Community College President Jerry Faulkner (right) with Kenyatta Lovett, executive director of the educational nonprofit Complete Tennessee, who gave the college’s commencement address this month. (Photo: Vol State)
El Paso Community College President William Serrata (right) presents a gift to Diana Natalicio, president of the University of Texas at El Paso, who delivered the college’s commencement keynote. (Photo: EPCC)
Technical College of the Lowcountry celebrates its nursing graduates. (Photo: TCL)
San Jacinto College Chancellor Brenda Hellyer presents Texas State Rep. Dennis Paul with his associate of arts in general studies degree. Paul attended San Jacinto before transferring to the University of Houston. (Photo: SJC)
The holiday spirit was in the air at Community College of Beaver County at its first Trees for Troops Christmas tree sale. (Photo: CCBC)
Former College of DuPage student Sarah Taschetta and friend Sam Anderson, who has Down syndrome, take a photo at the the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, which produces the Chicago/Midwest Emmy Awards. Taschetta’s documentary about Anderson was nominated for a Crystal Pillar Student Achievement Award from the academy. (Photo: COD)
At Fayetteville Technical Community College, pharmacy technology and dental hygiene students participate in a collaborative project. Students worked together to determine correct medication, dosage, adverse reactions and contraindications for various patient case studies. (Photo: FTCC)
Raritan Valley Community College’s Honors College student Kathleen Stavole presents her model theatre design as part of her Capstone Course project at a symposium. She is joined by her faculty advisor professor Lisa Deo. (Photo: RVCC)