Yes, but homeschool students are required to submit an additional document: an MOU which is required for all new homeschool students participating in ACC classes. Contact your Enrollment & Partnerships Liaison for processing homeschool student information. Important: Your liaison will be assigned by the closest high school that you would attend if you were going to a public school in Central Texas.
This hold is for ACC students’ accounts who haven’t completed the High School Orientation. The orientation is required for all new students to High School Programs and is Step #3 of the Application Steps and Checklist. Upon successful completion, the hold will automatically be removed 24 hours later.
It’s VERY important to always check your ACC account balance after you register! If you have a balance on your account, please contact your Enrollment & Partnerships Liaison immediately. Please remember that if your balance is for textbook fees, students are responsible to pay for these on their own by the payment deadline. Students will be dropped from their ACC courses for non-payment.
All High School students enrolled in an ACC course have an AR7/AR8 hold placed on their account each semester. This serves as a reminder to the student that they have permission from their high school counselor/administrator to participate in ACC classes. The AR7/AR8 hold is lifted once we receive approval from the high school counselor/administrator. Please contact your Enrollment & Partnership Liaison directly about your hold. Choose the liaison assigned to your current high school or closest public school if you’re a homeschool student.
Check out the ACC Course Schedule and look at “Campus Locations” on the right-hand side and click on “All Locations”. Scroll down until you see your high school and click on it to see what ACC classes are offered. You can also filter by “Dual Credit” and “Early College High School” located under “Other Sorts” from the course schedule page.