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Summer Registration Opens for Current Students

Summer Registration Opens for Current Students
Registration for Austin Community College summer semester classes is now open for current students. Students with 60 or more credit hours may begin to register on April 7.  Find out when you can register and browse the online course schedule to see what is being offered. It’s recommended that you register as soon you’re eligible to ensure you get the classes you want or need during the summer semester. Take advantage of summer classes to earn extra credits and...Read More

Renowned Artist Amado Peña Gives Free Demonstration, April 10 at Northridge Campus

Renowned Artist Amado Peña Gives Free Demonstration, April 10 at Northridge Campus
Renowned Southwest artist Amado Peña will give a free demonstration of his creative process and discussion about the role of art in our lives, Thursday, April 10 at Northridge Campus, Room 4266. Students, employees, and the community are invited to join the session. “I am passionate about art and education because of the way they’ve shaped my life,” Peña says. “I am happy to share my experiences with everyone at ACC, especially students who may not...Read More

ACC Partners On General Education Initiative

ACC Partners On General Education Initiative
LEAP Responding to Demand for Well-Rounded Workers The Austin Community College District has joined a national initiative of the Association of American Colleges and Universities to promote the importance of a general education in developing the future workforce. The LEAP initiative, or Liberal Education and America’s Promise, is a collaborative of two-year colleges, four-year universities, and research flagships. More than 60 Texas institutions are involved...Read More

Watch the Civil Rights Summit via Live Video Stream at ACC Campuses

Watch the Civil Rights Summit via Live Video Stream at ACC Campuses
The Austin Community College Government and History departments are co-hosting live video stream viewing locations at each ACC campus throughout the LBJ Presidential Library’s Civil Rights Summit, April 8-10. Speakers at the Civil Rights Summit include Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and Jimmy Carter, among many others. For a complete schedule of the Civil Rights Summit, visit civilrightssummit.org/program. Watch live with fellow students and the ACC...Read More
i am acc Motivation to Succeed
I've worked in manufacturing for the past 20 years. After being laid off a couple of times, I decided to pursue a different career. I'm very excited about my decision to take the welding route here at ACC. I can't wait to create! I use to consider myself an Austinite, but realized I was not a TRUE AUSTINITE until I... read more

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ACC In the News Austin Business Journal – Highland Building to Become World-Class Math Facility

In spring 2013, ACC broke ground on the first phase of redevelopment at Highland Mall – 200,000 square feet of space in the fomer J.C. Penney building. The innovative facility will house the college’s Math Emporium, an open lab that will allow students to progress through developmental math at an individualized pace. Read more about how ACC Highland will become a world-class math facility in the Austin Business Journal.


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Elgin Campus Updates Community Celebration Marks Grand Opening of Elgin Campus
Community Celebration Marks Grand Opening of Elgin Campus See a slideshow of images from the event at the bottom of this posting. In November 2011, stormy skies forced the groundbreaking for the Austin Community College Elgin Campus to move indoors. But it was all sunshine for the celebration marking the campus’s grand...Read More

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Hays Campus Updates ACC Puts Finishing Touches on Hays Campus; Student Registration Open
ACC Puts Finishing Touches on Hays Campus; Student Registration Open Major construction work is complete for the new Austin Community College Hays Campus, set to open in January. It is the first community college campus in Hays County and is expected to enroll nearly 1,000 students in the spring. “Our family has watched the campus go...Read More

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