Alpena Community College

Alpena Community College

Infobox University
name = Alpena Community College

image_size = 86px
caption = Alpena Community College logo
motto = Discover the value of an ACC education
established = 1952
type = Public two-year
endowment = $3.3 million
officer_in_charge =
chairman =
chancellor =
president = Dr. Olin Joynton
vice-president =
provost =
rector =
dean =
director =
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head =
faculty = 125
students = approximately 2,000
undergrad =
postgrad =
doctoral =
other =
city = Alpena
state = Michigan
country = United States
coor = coord|45.080500|-83.445090|type:edu
campus = 700 acre, small-town
free_label =
free =
sports =
colors = Burgundy and white colorbox|#9F1D35colorbox|white
nickname =
mascot = The Lumberjack
athletics = Men's basketball, golf, and hockey; woman's basketball, softball, and volleyball
affiliations = ACHA, MCCAA, NJCAA
website =

footnotes =

Alpena Community College (ACC) is a public two-year college located in Alpena, Michigan, United States, and was founded in 1952. The college has a 700 acre main campus in Alpena and another campus, Huron Shores, located on the former in Wurtsmith Air Force Base in Oscoda, Michigan.

The college offers two-year associate's degrees to students in arts, general studies, science, and applied science. There are also one-year certificate programs in 13 concentrations, cooperative programs with six universities and three community colleges, and customized training for area businesses.

External links

* [ Alpena Community College]
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