Austin Community College District (ACC) welcomes returning and new Riverbats as the fall 2022 semester begins Monday, August 22. The college remains committed to keeping students on track to reach their goals.
As more students head to one of ACC’s many campuses, the college will help you navigate.
Support Resources Districtwide
Need help with tutoring, academic coaching, advising, money management, and more? It is all available for FREE to ACC students! You can find quick links to academic, personal, technological, and financial support on the website. All services are available both online and in-person so you can get guidance anytime and anywhere.
Explore Your Campus Life
ACC hosts events and activities at campuses districtwide throughout the year. If you want to get to know what’s happening at YOUR closest campus, check out the Welcome Week events hosted at the start of the semester from your campus Student Life team. Activities also are available in virtual formats for online and hybrid learners.
Navigate Your Campus
Finding your way around campus at the start of the semester can be tricky. Below are helpful information tips for finding your class and getting support.
Eastview, Elgin, Highland, and Rio Grande Campuses
Need help decoding the classroom number? The first digit in the room number is the building, the second number is the floor, followed by the room number. IE 1314: Building 1000; 3rd floor, then follow room numbers until you see 1314.
Eastview Campus is made up of buildings 1000, 2000, 3000, 5000, 8000, 8500, 9000, 9500, and a portable. While 5000 is occupied by the Childcare Development Center and Health Sciences, taking up most of 8000 and 9000, support services are predominately in Building 2000. Here you can find the African American Cultural Center, student lounge, library, and learning lab.
Elgin Campus is three buildings, 1000, 2000, and 3000. Most of the support services are in 1000, with the other buildings home to the college’s Veterinary Technician and Sustainable Agriculture programs. On the first floor, check out Student Life and the Welcome Center, go up to the second floor for the Computer and Learning Labs, and the top floor is home to the library and testing center.
Highland Campus might be one of the more difficult to navigate as construction remains ongoing. However, at almost all entrances there are standup signs and handouts to help you get around campus. To understand where your classroom is, the number before the decimal represents the building, while the first number indicates which floor. In building 1000, you can find Student Life, Food Pantry, Testing Services, Financial Aid, Student Accessibility, Learning Lab, and the college’s largest ACCelerator space. Head to building 2000 for ESL, GED, and Adult Education support. Building 2000 is also color-coded by Area of Study. In 4000, offices are open for Veterans Resource Center, Career & Transfer Center, and the Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation Center.
Rio Grande Campus has two main buildings, 1000 and 3000, which is mainly office space. Building 1000 officially opens fall 2022, after an extensive renovation. On floor 0 of building 1000, you find Student Life, Student Accessibility Services, and Advising. Head upstairs to get to the ACCelerators, Learning Lab, and Student Commons.