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Student and Legal Affairs

Students don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.
The mission of the Office of Student & Legal Affairs is to provide direct, non-instructional support services to students, to cultivate a safe learning environment, and to maintain institutional compliance with laws and regulations.
Questions?
For more info e-mail or call
301-784-5206
Location: COLLEGE CENTER (CC) 152
COST FOR COUNSELING
FREE!
WW HOUSING PLEASE APPLY BY
JULY 31
COMPLETE HEROIN & OPIOID
TRAINING

What can you do?
  • For detailed information about us, click on the discover more tabs below.
  • Contact us if you have questions or need help.
  • Apply to Willowbrook Woods if you want to live on campus.
    • Follow steps to complete your file.
  • Attend all of your classes – on time, every time.  Learning comes first.
  •  Check your student email daily.
  • See Something,Say Something!
    Call Campus Security/Special Police 301-784-5555
What do we do?

KEY DATES
WW Housing(Fall)
Apply by
Jul 31
WW Housing(Spring)
Apply by
Nov 30
FA Appeal Petition
(Spring) Due
Jan 09

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We're here to help
Frequently Asked Questions
  • Where do I find information about college policies and services?
    2 publications are designed for students:  the small Student Services Booklet has quick reference information in a colorful, tabbed format you can find in racks across campus, and the larger Student Handbook has all the detailed information.  See the Student Handbook tab to access the PDF.
  • How do I get housing?
    You must apply to Willowbrook Woods.  That application is separate from the College’s admission application; the packet is a PDF on the Student Housing page.  Read the packet, print the application pages, complete them yourself, and submit to this office before the deadline.
 
  • Is smoking or alcohol allowed on campus?
    Allegany College of Maryland is completely clean, clear, and dry.  That means that smoking/tobacco/vaping, alcohol, and drugs are strictly prohibited.
  • Can my parent or spouse get information about me from my instructors or staff?
    Generally, No.  Your information is protected by federal law and college policy known as FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act).  That means your information is not shared with any third party without your written consent unless there is a legal exception.

Meet the Staff

Our experienced, knowledgeable staff are excited to share their expertise with you.

Dr. Renee Conner 
Dean of Student & Legal Affairs

301-784-5206
College Center 152

B.A., Washington College
J.D., TC Williams School of Law, University of Richmond

Renee L. Gibson 
Student Support & Operations Specialist

301-781-5206
College Center 152

B.S., California University of Pennsylvania

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