» business administrationACC Newsroom | Austin Community College District

Portrait of ACC student Mariama M.

ACC Students Talk Black History Month 2024 | Meet Mariama M.

Meet Mariama M., an ACC student since Fall 2022 and a member of the Bold Representation of Achievement through Student Support (BRASS). Mariama is majoring in Business Administration with the intention of specializing in human resources. She expects to graduate in the summer of 2024. Continue reading

ACC student Ronald N posing in front of a desk

ACC Business Administration and Accounting student gives inside look at NASA mission experience

Thinking about pursuing a degree in Business Administration and Accounting, your first thought might be working in a standard office setting, but one Austin Community College District (ACC) is taking his passion out-of-this-world. ACC student … Continue reading

ACC Career Scholars Orientation event on Thursday, August 10, 2023, at the Highland Campus.

ACC Welcomes New and Returning Students for Fall 2023: Meet Angel Marcano

As students head back to the Austin Community College District (ACC) classroom, the college celebrates students at all different parts of their educational journey. Meet Angel Marcano, a Business Administration (BUA) student who is returning … Continue reading

Still time to sign up for ACC’s new 8-week class program

Looking for a flexible and efficient way to achieve your academic goals? ACC has an exciting new program! Starting this fall, you can earn an entire Associate of Science in Business Administration degree (BUA) through 8-week courses. Continue reading

ACC launches new program to allow students to accelerate their degree

Research shows 8-week class program increase persistence and success rates. Starting new this fall, ACC will launch an 8-week pathway for the Associate of Science in Business Administration degree. Continue reading

From student to professor & business owner

Arturo Jaimes exemplifies coming full circle at ACC. “I bleed purple,” Jaimes says. A Bastrop high school alumnus, he decided to attend ACC because of its affordability. He stayed because of its impact. Jaimes was … Continue reading

Back to Top