Asnuntuck Community College held a groundbreaking for its 27,000 square foot Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center building on Wednesday. The facility will include smart classrooms, along with computer, 3-D printer, CNC machining and metrology laboratories.
Representatives from Asnuntuck Community College are in Washington, DC attending the inaugural convening of the Second Chance Pell Pilot Program, which allows incarcerated students to receive federal Pell Grant funding for postsecondary education. Last month, the U.S.
The Springfield, MA Kiwanis recently presented Carol LaLiberte, Asnuntuck Community College’s Early Childhood Education Coordinator, with the generous gift of 24 backpacks filled with the book, If I Ran the Zoo by Dr. Seuss. This donation was made by the Assistant Treasurer, Stewart Creelman. Dr.
Asnuntuck Community College (ACC) is proud to announce that ACC’s Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Alpha Lambda Zeta chapter, who was awarded Most Distinguished Chapter in 2015, has been recognized as being in the top 25 for highest membership acceptance rates. This is the first year the national honor society has publicly recognized chapters for this honor.
Asnuntuck Community College’s Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center has announced that for the fifth year they will be offering their free Summer College of Technology for Teens program. The program is available to male and female students either entering or just completing 7th or 8th grade.
Asnuntuck Community College offers a certificate in Gerontology. As the population continues to live longer, a background in gerontology is very important for people in all careers. Understanding the needs of an aging population is important and is valued by many employers. Students can earn a certificate in this field after completing just nine courses.
Today, Mark E. Ojakian, President of the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU), was joined by Lieutenant Governor Nancy Wyman, and Labor Commissioner Scott Jackson to announce a college enrollment program specifically for unemployed, underemployed, or other residents looking for a different career path.
The Carol Rivest Memorial Foundation recently made its second donation to Asnuntuck Community College’s Foundation. Last year, the Foundation made a donation that was used for the college’s Inaugural Women’s Leadership Institute. The Carol Rivest Foundation’s mission is to raise awareness of domestic violence and abuse.
Asnuntuck Community College has announced that the following 240 full and part-time students have achieved Dean’s List status following their fall semester of studies. Full-time students, who are matriculated in a certificate or degree program and who have successfully completed 12 or more credits of work in a semester with a grade point average of 3.4 or above are named to the list.