ACC charges additional tuition to compensate state funding that's lost when you repeat a class after the second attempt.
A course is considered attempted if you were enrolled on the census date for your course. This applies to courses taken at ACC since fall 2002.
No. Courses transferred to ACC do not count as attempts.
You receive the third course attempt tuition information when you register the third or subsequent time for a course.
You do not pay the third course attempt tuition if you receive a tuition exemption.
Yes. Courses are exempt if they are designed to be repeated (e.g., special topic courses or music lessons). See course exemptions.
No. All students, regardless of residency, will pay an additional tuition.
You can pay the additional tuition charges with your financial aid award if funds are available. Be aware that repeating a class may impact financial aid policies for eligible classes and standards of academic progress.
Yes. The additional tuition will be included in the payment plan automatically.