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Students in Military Veteran Resource Center

AACC is dedicated to helping service members and their families reach their education goals. That’s why we have created a welcoming space for our military and veteran students to gather, share information, support one another, and receive assistance of all types.


Military and Veterans Scholar Resources at AACC

Already a student at AACC? Get quick access to information especially for military learners. Learn how to get college credit for your basic training and other military experience. Access the forms to file for your financial aid benefits.

The Military and Veterans Resource Center (MVRC) is the perfect spot on the main campus to get some work done, enjoy your lunch, or just take a break—all in the company of fellow servicemen and women. We also have an adjoining room that is designed to be comfortable and quiet, for those that need a little break to re-energize. We always have coffee, tea, bottled water and snacks to help you get through your day.

 


More AACC Military/Veteran Scholar Resources

If you want to explore additional resources specific to military and veteran students, the list below should get you started.

Credit for Military Experience

Did you know you could earn college credit for your military experience?

Learn more about getting college credit for your experience.

Financial Aid and Veterans Benefits

The college offers comprehensive financial benefits to veterans, active members of the military and their dependents.

Learn more about accessing your veterans benefits.

In-County Rates for Active Duty Military Personnel

Active Duty Military personnel, regardless of where they reside or are stationed, pay tuition at the in-county rate.  Verification must be presented to the Cashier’s Office and State Authorization restrictions may apply.

Download the Residency Petition for Change of Billing Status.

Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)

The Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) provides an opportunity for students to earn a commission as a second lieutenant in the United States Air Force or Army while completing their college degree requirements. Anne Arundel Community College participates in a cross-town agreement with the University of Maryland College Park and Bowie State University. AACC students must be full-time and in good academic standing to participate. AACC will apply up to eight credits of ROTC classes taken at other colleges toward an AACC associate degree. For information regarding eligibility, procedures, and possible scholarship opportunities, contact the specific school and branch listed below:

AACC Forms
University of Maryland, College Park - Air Force and Army ROTC Forms

Student Veterans of America

AACC is home to a chapter of the Student Veterans of America, a coalition of student veteran groups from college campuses across the United States. Contact the Military & Veterans Resource Center for more information.

Learn more about Student Veterans of America.

Participation in Branch-specific Military Education

AACC partners  with the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF), General Education Mobile (GEM) and GoArmyEd.

Fort Meade Army Education Center

AACC provides admissions and registration, placement testing, academic advising, bill/payment plans and career services at the Fort Meade Army Education Center on the Fort George G. Meade Army Installation.

Learn where to go on Fort Meade.

Questions?

We're here to help.

Military and Veterans Resource Center

410-777-4838

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Visit Us!

Military and Veterans Resource Center

Library Room 112
military@aacc.edu or
veterans@aacc.edu 

HOURS

Monday-Friday
0900 to 1700

Staff

Harlan Harrell
Military/Veterans Student Success and Retention Advisor
410-777-2047
hharrell@aacc.edu