Cost of Attendance

Note: Estimated costs are based on a student attending full time in fall and spring (15 hours/semester). Costs will be lower if you attend part time or fewer than nine months.

ACC Average Cost of Attendance

2021-2022

  • In-District Cost of Attendance
    • In-District Cost of Attendance 2021-2022
      Category In-district student not living at home in-district student living at home with parents
      Tuition and fees $2,550 $2,550
      Room and board $10,240 $3,264
      Books and Supplies $1,200 $1,200
      Transportation $1,600 $1,600
      Personal expenses $2,656 $2,656
      Total $18,246 $11,270
  • Out-of-District Cost of Attendance
    • Out-of-District Cost of Attendance 2021-2022
      Category Out-of-district student not living at home Out-of-district student living at home with parents
      Tuition and fees  $8,580  $8,580
      Room and board  $10,240  $3,264
      Books and Supplies  $1,200  $1,200
      Transportation  $1,600  $1,600
      Personal expenses  $2,656  $2,656
      Total  $24,276  $17,300
  • Out-of-State Cost of Attendance
    • Out-of-State Cost of Attendance 2021-2022
      Category Out-of-State student not living at home Out-of-State student living at home with parents
      Tuition and fees $10,590 $10,590
      Room and board $10,240 $3,264
      Books and Supplies $1,200 $1,200
      Transportation $1,600 $1,600
      Personal expenses $2,656 $2,656
      Total $26,286 $19,310

Estimate Your Financial Need

Your financial need determines the types and amount of financial aid we can offer you such as grants, loans, work-study, and scholarships.

ACC determines your financial need by using a simple formula:

Estimate Your Financial Need
Cost of attending college (listed above)
Your Expected Family Contribution (EFC)
= Financial need

Family contribution

Determined by the information you submit on your FAFSA.

Estimate Your Financial Aid

The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (CB) has made available a Net Price Calculator tool that allows you to estimate the cost and financial aid you can receive at all public colleges and universities in Texas. You can estimate your financial aid at Austin Community College by accessing the Coordinating Board's Net Price Calculator.