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Austin Community College offers college classes to qualified high school students in the ACC service area. Dual Credit classes are taught by college faculty at an ACC campus or high school campus. You can take general education/core curriculum classes like ENGL 1301 (English Composition 1) and HIST 1301 (United States History I) or enroll in workforce classes (i.e. Automotive, Building Trades, Computer Science, etc.).
Classes are available at service-area high schools, ACC campuses and Centers, or online through the Distance Education Program.
Classes are taught by ACC faculty.
ACC credits are transferable to most Texas public college and universities. It’s important to verify course transferability with your four-year institution.
Tuition and fees are waived for in tax district students for up to 12 eligible classes. Out of tax district students are assessed a $150 per course fee for up to 12 eligible classes. Types of eligible courses include core curriculum, workforce, and foreign language.
Dual Credit students are assessed regular tuition and fees for additional classes that exceed 12 classes covered by the tuition waiver. Dual Credit tuition and fee waivers do not cover textbook and material fees, which must be purchased by the student.
The HS Programs Enrollment Guidebook includes step-by-step instructions required for our high school students participating in ACC courses. It also includes ACC ID and ACC email activation, registration instructions and eligible college readiness scores.