New Student Admissions
Who can enroll?
You are eligible for admission if you are:
- A high school graduate or GED recipient
- A non-high school graduate who is at least 18 years old and can demonstrate skill proficiencies that support an ability to benefit from college-level instruction
- A current high school student who has completed the sophomore year or a home-schooled student who has reached 16 and is academically prepared for college-level instruction
Prospective students who do not meet any of the eligibility categories listed here should contact the Admissions and Records Office to discuss criteria for exceptional admissions standards that may apply.
How do I get started?
I still have questions
For questions about the Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology area, first see the Frequently Asked Questions page. If that does not answer your questions, you may either email your questions through the Contact page or call or email one of the instructors.
Online Catalog – (the PDF version is also available for easy printing) – has much information about courses, admissions, academic policies, registration, the academic calendar, services for students and veterans, international students, credit transfers and more.
Early College Start – Get college credit while still in high school.
Student Help Center / Get Answers – This page has questions and answers by topic on Admissions and Records, Student Accounting, Financial Aid, Distance Learning, registration, and 1098t related questions. If your question isn’t answered, the phone number and email of the Student Help Center is listed on this page.
Student Support Services – As a student at Austin Community College, your most important step toward success is taking advantage of all the college offers to support your learning. We encourage you to find out more about how we can help you choose a major, pass your classes, or connect with other college students.
Student Support programs – Take advantage of programs and services, including ACC’s Learning Labs (tutoring help and more) and community resources, that provide assistance and support when you need it.
Student Safety Agreement