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We had a fabulous time at the Star Party last Friday, and for once the skies were clear enough for us to see the stars!
|Jupiter and Three Moons Through the Telescope|
Our next Star Party will be in the fall of 2015. go.austincc.edu/starparty
Information for Students, Advisors and Counselors
Links to information on transferring, financial aid, applying and much more are all on our Information for Students, Parents, Advisors and Counselors page.
Transfer Guide for ACC Astronomy Classes
If you are taking Astronomy classes at ACC, and planning on transferring to a four-year school after leaving ACC, then our transfer guide is what you need! The guide will help you determine which classes will transfer to some of the nearby Texas schools. Please click here to view the ACC Astronomy Transfer Guide. For additional transfer assistance, visit Transfer Services for Students - Online Resources.
ACC Microgravity Group
See what some previous ACC students have done here:
See the NASA website for more information on the program:
STEM Scholarship Available
The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science) scholarship is for eligible full-time students who are pursuing degrees in:
- Associate of Applied Science in Biotechnology
- Associate of Applied Science in Environmental Science and Technology
- Associate of Science in Environmental Science and Technology
- Geology, Physics, Engineering & Astronomy degree
Up to $15,000 a year is available for tuition and fees, books, and childcare. For information on eligibility, and additional information on the grant, visit:
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Updated: March 30, 2015