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Whether you’re interested in Culinary Arts or Pastry Arts, you are about to embark on a culinary journey that will prepare you for a competitive job market. You will find we offer a well‐rounded, comprehensive education to get you industry ready. Good Luck!
Ready to start your Culinary or Pastry education? We’re here to help guide you.
Culinary students participating in a Culinary Arts program must advise each semester with a Culinary Advisor to have culinary courses made available for registration, as our classes are not open for general registration. Our seats are reserved for students wanting to complete a culinary degree. During your advising session, we will discuss desired program, course eligibility, course schedule, and answer any questions.
Non-ACC Students wanting to join our program will need start here before meeting with a Culinary Advisor.
Note: Once you have completed the Area of Study Information Session, you are ready to make a Culinary Advising appointment.
Please arrive on time for your advising appointment and come prepared with the necessary documents.
Contact the Culinary Arts Department with questions.
Incoming [Summer 2017] Culinary/Pastry Arts students and Hospitality Management students registered for CHEF 1301 Basic Food Preparation are required to attend Culinary Arts Orientation to learn about uniforms and tools required for culinary/pastry labs, Code of Conduct (Lab Rules), and general information from several ACC departments. This a time to tour the lab space (kitchens) and ask questions.
Culinary Arts Orientation
Thursday, April 13, 2017
11:00am – 1:00pm
ACC Eastview Campus
3401 Webberville Rd., Bldg 3000, Rm 3158
No appointment necessary.
See you there!