American International College was founded in 1885 by the Reverend Mr. Calvin E. Amaron, who persuaded other enlightened clergy to assist in the establishment of a college that would provide the youth of his ethnic group, French Canadians, with access to higher education.
Undergraduate academic programs in more than three dozen liberal arts and sciences and career-related fields, including the humanities, the social sciences, the physical sciences, accounting, business administration, criminal justice, nursing, occupational therapy, physical therapy, sports management, and more. Graduate academic programs in emerging and high-demand fields including accounting, business administration, psychology, education, exercise science, nursing, occupational therapy, resort and casino management, and more.
The Undergraduate Research Symposium at AIC provides students from across the disciplines with a public space to share their original ideas, discoveries, creations, and research in a supportive yet professional academic conference setting.
Students who live on campus may choose from traditional coeducational residence halls, one all-female residence hall, and residential suites (primarily upperclassmen).
The James J. Shea Sr. Memorial Library contains more than 76,000 volumes and 14,900 bound periodicals, plus subscriptions to more than 400 current periodicals. Through online database access, innumerable educational resources are available to our students.
The College has completed a technology transformation that includes a new wireless network covering the campus inside and out, along with new desktop computers for staff and new laptop computers for faculty. AIC was the first area college to switch to a VoIP phone system, which offers unified calling and messaging, plus access to voice messages in your email and faxes from your computer.
Since September 1989, Massachusetts law, G.L. c. 15A, Section 18 has required every full-time and part-time student enrolled in an institution of higher learning in Massachusetts to participate in a Student Health Insurance Program (SHIP) or in a health benefit plan with comparable coverage. A part-time student is defined as a student participating in at least 75% of the full-time curriculum.
Hines Hall was named in honor of Admiral John F. Hines, who served the college as president from 1953-1969. This eight-story building houses over 200 first-year students and is co-ed by floor. Hines features two lounges, two laundry rooms, and a kitchenette, and each student room has WiFi. The campus police department is located in Hines and is staffed 24/7. A front desk attendant monitors access to the building at night.
American International College is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (formerly the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.).
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