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Northeast-10 Conference cancelled for fall sports

The Northeast-10 Conference has announced the cancellation of any conference fall sports competition to be rescheduled in the spring due to the continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.


AIC, a member of the NE-10, does have the right to move forward with their teams independently. The College has decided they will try to pursue non-conference competition with their fall sports sometime in March. The full story and a quote from Interim Athletics Director Jessica Chapin is available on WWLP-22News.

Area colleges seeing early increase in applications

Amid the unknown impacts of the pandemic, many local colleges and universities we spoke with have seen an increase in application numbers. AIC has seen an upwards trend. According to VP for Admissions Kerry Cole, MBA, at the end of December, undergraduate applications were up by 30 percent compared to last year. Cole said they’ve also seen an increased interest in health science programs. The full story is available on WesternMassNews.

AIC history professor discusses Capitol riot

Adjunct history professor Robert Ravens-Seger at American International College provides an interesting interpretation on how America's enemies view Wednesday's raucous behavior by Donald Trump supporters in the halls of Congress. His comments relative to the perception of the events by the country's adversaries can be found at WWLP-22News.

AIC baseball team helps fight hunger

Helping fight hunger in western Massachusetts has earned national accolades for the American International College baseball team. Community service has earned the team finalist recognition from the NCAA for its “Homerun for the Hungry” food drive to benefit Lorraine’s Soup Kitchen & Pantry in Chicopee. It’s been a community service mainstay for the players for four years. Due to COVID-19, the annual event was postponed this December. The full story is available on WWLP-22News.


Nursing Schools Almanac Names AIC Among Best Schools For Nursing In Mass., New England

Nursing Schools Almanac has released its 2020 rankings of the best nursing schools in the United States. In collecting data on more than 3,000 institutions nationwide only 20% made the list of the best nursing schools in each geographic region. The nursing program at American International College (AIC) was named in both the New England and Massachusetts categories placing 45th in the region and 21st in in the state. The full article is available online at Healthcare NewsBusinessWest, and News Break