Daily Archives: September 11, 2014

New retake fee for Anatomy and Physiology assessments

Austin Community College has implemented a $20 retake fee for anatomy and physiology course readiness assessments, effective September 13, 2014. The first assessment attempt remains free of charge. Students must pass the anatomy assessment before … Continue reading

ACC celebrates Hispanic American culture with colorful events

Austin Community College kicks off Hispanic Heritage Month with two events on Sept. 16. The college recognizes the efforts made by Hispanic Americans and their contributions to Central Texas and the United States by celebrating … Continue reading

New on campus? Faculty seminar series can help

ACC’s Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning is offering a three-session seminar series to help new faculty learn about the college and the many resources and tools available to them. The sessions are: Connecting With … Continue reading

Tee up for Oct. 3 Golf Scramble benefitting student fund

It’s that time of year again: ACC’s ninth annual Golf Scramble will be Friday, October 3, at Riverside Golf Course, 1020 Grove Blvd., Austin. Check-in begins at 7 a.m. for an 8 a.m. shotgun start. … Continue reading

Faculty & staff: Explore options at Educational Advancement “Happy Hour”

ACC employees interested in pursuing a bachelor’s degree or adding to their education credentials are invited to explore opportunities at an Educational Advancement “Happy Hour,” Thursday, September 25, from 4 to 6 p.m. at Highland … Continue reading

Nursing Brings Positive Change for ACC Student

A year into his studies as a nursing student at Austin Community College, Daniel Bustillos faced the ultimate challenge. He watched his mother lose her battle with liver cancer. Two paths lay before him. He … Continue reading

ACC meets demand for more accelerated classes

With increasing demand for accelerated classes, AustinĂ‚ Community College is expanding short-session classes on the fall schedule. Traditional courses run 16 weeks, the entire length of the fall semester. Short-session classes may run eight or … Continue reading

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