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ACC will be offering a new advanced diploma in Sustainable Food Systems starting this September in Brandon.
A recent survey shows that a large majority of ACC graduates secure employment shortly after receiving their diplomas and certificates.
Forty-one students from ACC's Adult Collegiate received their mature student high school diplomas at a ceremony on Saturday, June 21.
Today, 822 graduating students will mark an important accomplishment in their personal and professional lives, celebrating their academic success in front of family, friends and college staff.
ACC signed a memorandum of understanding with Park West School Division (PWSD) earlier today, facilitating the delivery of ACC’s Comprehensive Health Care Aide (CHCA) program over a three year period at Birtle Collegiate starting this September.
ACC is proud to announce that three of the six students who represented the college at this year’s Skills Canada National Competition have won medals in their competitions.
Eighty-two ACC students will graduate from the college’s Parkland Campus in Dauphin later today, celebrating their achievements in front of family, friends and college staff.
ACC is moving forward with a new research initiative to explore greenhouse production and the impact it has on food security in northern climates.
ACC will be awarding Jim Treliving with an honorary diploma in Business Administration at the college’s upcoming graduation ceremony in Brandon on June 12, 2014.
ACC is pleased to announce two new volleyball coaches who will be joining the ACC Cougars for their 2014-15 season. Joel Small and Bryce Wilson will be coaching the men’s and women’s teams respectively.