ACC Foundation scholarship application and instructions
If you are a current or prospective ACC student, complete the General Scholarship Application by November 1 to be considered for all currently available Spring 2016 ACC Foundation scholarships. Students selected to receive spring Foundation scholarships will receive notification at their ACC email addresses by the end of December.
Click here for application instructions. Trouble getting the application to load? Be sure to use the latest version of your web browser, and click "yes" to proceed to the website if you get a Google certificate warning.
C2STEM scholarships are now available to US citizens in STEM programs taking 6 or more credit hours at ACC. Students must submit the C2STEM scholarship application each semester to be considered. View the application for more information.
T-STEM scholarship applications for 2015-16 are now being accepted for students enrolled in 9 credit hours in eligible programs. To apply, review the eligibility requirements and submit the online ACC General Scholarship Application. Once you submit the General Application, you will be prompted to answer a few more questions to apply for the T-STEM scholarship, including uploading your high school transcripts/GED scores. Awards are first-come, first-served until the funding runs out.
Fifth-Year Accounting scholarships
The Texas Board of Public Accountancy offers scholarships for eligible ACC accounting students intending to take the CPA exam. To apply, follow these instructions and submit the 2015-16 TSBPA Fifth-Year Accounting Scholarship Application and a copy of your CPA application of intent acknowlegement letter to the ACC Accounting Department for further processing. Applications will be reviewed in late August.
Huston-Tillotson transfer scholarships
If you plan to attend ACC before transferring to Huston-Tillotson University, we have scholarship and mentoring opportunities for you!
- ACC to HT: Tom Joyner Foundation Scholarship
- ACC to Huston-Tillotson University: UNCF/Austin Pathways Scholarship