Austin Community College is a nationally recognized two-year college.
ACC serves Central Texas as the primary gateway to higher education and technical training. ACC’s mission is to provide open door access to an affordable college education for those who want to earn a degree, learn a marketable skill, and advance their careers.
ACC is home of the Riverbat. Here, we are focused on student success and providing affordable, flexible pathways.
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ACC is leading the nation in transforming how students learn. The college provides flexible, accelerated learning opportunities and real-world experiences to help students complete their education on-time and graduate workforce-ready.
ACC reimagined Highland Mall and transformed the former shopping center into centers of learning.
The ACC Bioscience Incubator offers research space for biotech companies and real-world training for students.
ACC works with its ISD partners to provide high school students pathways into higher education.
ACC is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) and provides a pathway for all students to achieve academic success. Contact the Commission on Colleges, 1866 Southern Ln., Decatur, Georgia 30033 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about ACC’s accreditation.
ACC has a long history of producing highly successful graduates. ACC alumni are leaders and innovators in their fields.
ACC is among the largest colleges and universities in the nation and is recognized as a national leader in excellence and innovation.
ACC opened on September 17, 1973 with one campus serving 1,726 students. What started as an extraordinary vision among community leaders and education pioneers is today the primary gateway to higher education and career training in the region. Over the past 40 years, ACC has grown to become one of the largest colleges and universities in the nation with 11, soon to be 12 campuses. Today, nearly 76,000 students choose ACC annually.
ACC is an integral resource in Central Texas. The college partners with business and industry, universities, school districts, lawmakers, and nonprofit organizations to meet the community’s evolving needs.
ACC President and CEO Dr. Richard Rhodes works closely with the college’s senior leadership and Board of Trustees to address issues that affect the college, its faculty and staff, and students.
Led by a volunteer board of business and community leaders, the ACC Foundation creates opportunities to connect interested donors with college initiatives to ensure student success, and develop community support for ACC.
ACC is transforming the higher education landscape in Central Texas with districtwide construction and renovation projects that will create world-class facilities for innovative instruction and cutting-edge career training.