Allegany College of Maryland (Everett) - Education

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Allegany College of Maryland (Everett)
12401 Willowbrook Rd
Cumberland, Maryland 21502Phone: 301.784.5005
Fax: 301.784.5038

About Allegany College of Maryland (Everett)

Our Bedford County Campus in Everett offers you the chance to learn in a unique environment where you'll know all of your professors, administrators, and staff on a first name basis. Because of its size and ties to the Bedford County community, it is truly a place where the "personal touch" exists in the academic world.

Whether you're earning college credits at your high school through our Early College program, taking core classes at our campus, or completing the Nursing program at the Bedford County Technical Center, you'll find yourself welcomed and embraced by our professors, administrators, and staff year-round at our learning facilities.

In 1990, Allegany College of Maryland began offering associate degree and certificate program through evening classes at Everett Area High School in Bedford County. Realizing the student need for both day and evening classes in the area, our college constructed a 19,500 square foot facility in Everett, Pennsylvania, upon seven acres of land donated by the Everett Area School District. The $2.3 million building was fully funded by the Bedford County Commissioners, the Southern Tier Education Council, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in cooperation with the Bedford County Regional Education Foundation. Our Bedford County Campus facility now houses ten classrooms, two state-of-the-art computer labs, an online learning classroom, electronic library, bookstore, student lounge, conference room, and faculty and administrative offices, including Admissions/Registration, Student Services, Placement Testing and Career and Transfer Planning and Advisement, and Foundation.

The Bedford County Campus offers programs of study in Applied Technical Studies, Business, Computer Science, General Studies, Hospitality Management - Hotel and Restaurant Management and Psychology. At the Bedford County Technical Center - a partner and host of Allegany College of Maryland - we offer both credit and non-credits courses and training in Computer Science, Nursing, with articulated programs in Automotive Technology, Culinary Arts, Hotel and Restaurant Management, Business, and Allied Health.

Whether you're seeking to earn credits for transfer or to enroll in one of our career training programs, let the Bedford County Campus take you one step further to your goal. For more information about the Bedford County Campus or to schedule a tour of the campus, please call 814-652-9528, ext. 6200.
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