🟢 ACM alumni asked to share memories

🟢 ACM alumni asked to share memories

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🟢 CUMBERLAND, Md. (Nov. 24, 2021) – Allegany Community College/Allegany College of Maryland alumni are asked to their memories of two presidents who shepherded the college’s growth for nearly two decades: Dr. Robert S. Zimmer and Dr. W. Ardell Haines. Their recollections may be used in the spring edition of the college’s ACCESS ACM magazine for alumni, donors and community supporters. Alumni may email info@allegany.edu, message the college through its Facebook page @alleganycollegeofmaryland, or mail typed submission to the Advancement and Community Relations Department, Allegany College of Maryland, 12401 Willowbrook Rd SE, Cumberland, MD 21502. Individuals are asked to include their graduation year and hometown.

Zimmer was given one month to open Allegany Community College in 1961 at the request of the Allegany County Board of Education. Within four years, the college that initially opened with only six faculty members, 102 students and a limited number of transfer degree programs was an accredited institution with plans underway for a modern campus. Zimmer served as president from 1961 to 1967.

Haines, who served as college president from 1967 to 1980, oversaw the opening of the college’s 316-acre campus on former farmland on Willowbrook Road, additional buildings construction, and the incredible expansion of degree, continuing education and workforce development programs.

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Posted By: Allegany College of Maryland

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Date: December 16, 2021

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Allegany College of Maryland is a high quality, low cost educational community college with its main campus set in the mountains of Maryland's Allegany County and branch locations in Pennsylvania's Bedford and Somerset Counties. Read our vision, mission, values, goals, and philosophy and you'll quickly find out we are a college that cares about our students and the communities we serve. ACM is open to all students who can profit from collegiate instruction. Admission or readmission to certain programs is restricted; but for the most part, Allegany College of Maryland maintains an open door admissions policy. - See more at: http://www.allegany.edu/x156.xml#sthash.YUSPTIW8.dpuf

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