The Welding Department offers classes through ACC's Continuing Education program. View the online course schedule and see how new students can register for continuing education courses (see registration options for returning students).
For a listing of tuition and fees, see program costs by award. Students taking classes in the welding labs are also expected to provide their own protective clothing and certain equipment. The supply list varies by course.
See online catalog for previous years' course descriptions.
See the online schedule for the most current class offering information. The Course Schedule Key helps you decipher the schedule and its codes.
Please be sure to take welding courses in the correct sequence! It is important that you take the required prerequisites before registering for a class.
This page includes links to many useful pages on the ACC website.
ACC enrolls eligible high school students through the Early College Start program, allowing them to take up to two college courses per semester while in high school.
Once you're in the final semester of your degree or certificate program, it's time to apply for graduation before the deadline that for semester (check deadlines). Degrees and certificates are awarded at the end of each semester, and graduation ceremonies are held each May and December.
Complete and submit a graduation application through online student services.
The ACC library systemhas many valuable resources available, both online and in the libraries. View the Subject Guide to help you find books, or the List of Welding Books by ACC library location. Access the Electronic Resources page to find many databases of useful information. View films pertinent to technical education (and many other topics) through the Films On Demand resource. Also view many other informative videos and websites.
Commission work or make a donation to help fund ACC Welding students' participation in state and national welding competitions. SkisslUSA Welding students may also pay their dues here.
Before you will be eligible to register for classes, you will need to complete ACC's application process. Once your registration eligibility date arrives, you can register for available seats (or for waitlists on courses that are already full) through Online Services.
Through the Tech Prep program, ACC's Welding Department has agreements with many area high schools, allowing students to earn college credit for work they do at the high school level. Check the articulation agreement with each school district for specifics.
In many cases, students may transfer credits to ACC from another institution, or vise versa. Click here for guides with details.
An Articulation Agreement with Stephen F Austin State University allows ACC students to apply their credits toward a Bachelor's Degree in Sustainable Building.
Students have the option of adding themselves to the wait list for a welding course that is full when they attempt to register.