Type of Student

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Whether you're a high school student or senior citizen, if you have college aspirations, our doors are open to you.

Most students follow the ACC enrollment steps to become an ACC student and begin taking credit classes. However, some students need different steps.

Before you begin the process, find the type of student that best applies to you.

It takes time. Start early!

Check important dates & deadlines to allow enough time to complete enrollment steps before you register for classes.

Other options

Continuing Education

Anyone can take Continuing Education courses for workforce training, personal enrichment, or professional development. CE courses do not carry college credit; however, the workforce and professional development courses offer continuing education units (CEUs).

GED/Adult Education

ACC has noncredit basic adult education and GED classes to provide practical life skills or prepare you for college admission.