The college offers more than 235 associate degrees and certificates; prospective students can explore high-demand career paths on the ACC website. In recent semesters, ACC has expanded career training in a variety of areas, including architectural and engineering computer aided design, biotechnology, real estate, video game development, health information technology, automotive technology, and more.
“ACC trains Central Texans for the jobs that are in demand and growing,” says Mike Midgley, vice president of instruction. “We work closely with business and industry to provide students with the skills they need to get hired and succeed in their careers.”
In-district tuition is $62 per credit hour, making ACC the most affordable college education in the area. The college offers payment plans that allow students to spread the cost of tuition and fees over the term. Students may view tuition payment deadlines online.
ACC has an open-door admissions policy, meaning everyone who meets the eligibility criteria is encouraged to enroll. Visit austincc.edu/apply to get started and view a map that guides new students through the registration process. Additional registration resources can be found at austincc.edu/register.
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