- President: Cynthia S. Bambara, PhD
- Chair: Kim Leonard
- Vision: We will be the college of choice that transforms lives, strengthens communities, and
makes learners the center of everything we do.
- Mission: We deliver diverse and relevant education centered around student success in a supportive
and engaging community.
- Founded: 1961 as Allegany Community College
- Affiliation: Maryland Association of Community Colleges
- Accreditation: Middle States Commission on Higher Education, Maryland Higher Education Commission.
ACM Bedford County Campus and its academic programs certified by Pennsylvania Department
- Locations: Seven locations in Cumberland and Oakland, Md., Everett and Somerset, Pa.
- Degrees and Certificates: 31 two-year degree programs (AA, AS, AAS and AAT), 30 certificate programs,10 letter
of recognition programs
- Personnel: 98 full-time and 67 part-time faculty, 30 non-credit instructors, 14 administrative
personnel, 193 professional and support personnel in fall 2022
- Community Prestige: Carnegie Community Engagement Classification recipient
- College Magazine: ACCESS ACM
Our Students (post-secondary)
- Student Need: Over 80% are first-generation students, 91% receive financial assistance, total student financial support was $15.5 million
- Residency: 37.3% in-county, 17% in-state and 45.7% out-of-state students in fall 2022
- Enrollment Status: 44.7% full-time and 55.3% part-time students in fall 2022
- Gender Distribution: 27.5% were male and 72.5% were female in fall 2022
- Mean and Median Age: 27 and 22 for credit students in fall 2022
- Race/Ethnicity Distribution: 74.5 White/Caucasian, 15% Black/African American, 3.9% Multiracial/non-Hispanic, 3.2%
Hispanic/Latino, 1.6% Nonresident, 0.7% Unreported and 0.1% Naive Hawaiian/Other Pacific
Islander in fall 2022
- Credit Program Enrollment: 3,184 in 2022-23
- Continuing Education and Workforce Development Enrollment: 6,952 in FY 2022
- Early College/Dual Enrollment: 1,490 in FY 2023
- Student to Faculty Ratio: 11:1 in fall 2022
- Average Class Size: 13 in fall 2022
- Teams: Baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, cross country, men's and women's soccer, softball,
- Awards: Men's basketball team participated in the NJCAA National Tournament 13 times: 1985,
1986, 1987, 1988, 1991, 1993, 1996 (2nd), 1998, 2001 (2nd), 2002, 2003, 2009 and 2019.
Baseball team participated in the NJCAA World Series nine times: 1984, 1990, 1991,
1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2006 and 2009. Women's basketball participated in the NJCAA
National Tournament four times: 1986, 1993 (2nd), 2009 and 2011. Men's tennis participated
in the NJCAA National Championships three times: 1971, 1976 and 1977.