The show resumes tonight at the ACC Theatre at 8 p.m. There are also performances tomorrow and Saturday at the same time.
March 6, 2014
March 5, 2014
The Fitness Center will be operating during regular hours during Spring Break.
Our regular hours of operation are:
Monday-Friday: 6 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Saturday: Noon-4 p.m.
Sunday: 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Hope to see you at the gym. We will be selling memberships during this time as well as taking guest fees. The Fitness Center is free to faculty/staff, current students, and fitness center members
If you know of someone who would like to use the Fitness center but is not a faculty/staff/student/or Fitness Center member, we have guest fees which are $5.00 and are good for the entire day of purchase.
Have a great Spring Break and See You at the Gym!!! Bonny and the Fitness Center Staff
-Bonny C. Johnson, ACC Department Chair Sports & Human Performance
March 4, 2014
Congratulations to Aubri Hockenbury, our a freshman short stop from Santa Fe for being named Co-Player of the week for NJCAA Region 14!
She had 5-Home Runs (including a grand slam) with 12 RBI's and 5 runs scored this weekend.
Tomorrow is the last day to check out the art exhibit from ASSETS students at the ACC Fine Arts Gallery.
Tonight is a closing reception for the show.
Tonight is a closing reception for the show.
March 3, 2014
Finish off your Mardi Gras right with some New Orleans inspired cake balls from the ACC Culinary Club.
Get an 8 piece box of cake balls for just $10!
Featuring 2 of each flavor: Peach Cobbler, Chocolate Dipped Pecan Pie, King Cake and White Chocolate Bread Pudding
Boxes can be delivered to your office on Tuesday 3/4/14 from 11-2 or you can pick them up outside of E building.
Please email email@example.com to place your order.
-Chef Mary Bass, Culinary Arts adjunct instructor
We were able to attend thanks to the ACC Foundation for awarding us an Innovative Initiative grant
-Regan Metoyer, Upward Bound director
February 28, 2014
Her contract is set to be approved after a 21-day waiting period. Upon approval, Albrecht will begin work at the college on May 19.
“I’m thrilled and honored to be selected as the lone finalist for the ACC presidency,” she said. “I look forward to working with and getting to know the Board of Regents as well as the faculty, staff, students and community members.”
She said as college president she would also work to build relationships with local business and industry.
“I want to continue the good work of my predecessor, Dr. Rodney Allbright,” she added.
Albrecht was chosen from more than 30 applicants for the position.
She will be the college’s fifth president following Dr. Allbright, who is exiting the college after serving 38 years as president. Dr. Allbright has been instrumental in establishing the Law Enforcement Academy, the Child Care Lab School, overseeing four accreditation reaffirmations with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, involving the faculty and staff to compile the annual budget and to create long-term planning for the college.
ACC Regent Mike Pyburn, who was chair of the Presidential Selection Committee, said Dr. Albrecht will serve as an excellent leader for the college faculty and staff.
“Dr. Albrecht was our top candidate from the very beginning,” he said. “We believe she has the experience and the education to take this college to the next level.”
Board Chair Pete Nash said he is excited about Dr. Albrecht’s selection and looks forward to her tenure at ACC.
“I think she’ll do a good job,” he said. “She’ll be a unifying force.”
Dr. Albrecht is currently campus president at Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) Kent Campus. She has been an FSCJ campus president since January 2011. Dr. Albrecht served as the campus president at Pima Community College-Desert Vista Campus in Arizona from 2008 to 2011 and as vice president of Student Learning at Lone Star College-Cy Fair from 2000 to 2007.
Her current responsibilities at FSCJ are supervising campus deans in many departments including Academic and Career Education, Student Success as well as the executive director of the Cecil Center and the director of Administrative Services. She helps develop, implement and maintain the campus operating budgets and grants budgets. Albrecht also has built educational partnerships with the Jacksonville community.
At Florida State College at Jacksonville, Albrecht has overseen campus expansions and renovation. She has also provided leadership for the creation of new degree and certificate programs including Logistics, Early Childhood Education, Cyber Technology, Manufacturing, Mechatronics and Environmental Technology.
Albrecht received her Educational Doctorate in Allied Health Education and Administration from the University of Houston in 1996. She earned a Master of Art degree in Medical Technology and Lab Science from Norwich University in 1988, a Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Technology from Syracuse University in 1981 as well as an Associate of Applied Science in Science Laboratory Technology from SUNY Jefferson Community College in 1978.