Transferring from AACC to a four-year college or university is the top reason people attend AACC. By earning college credits at AACC, you can save time and money before you transfer to complete a bachelor’s degree and beyond.
We're proud to work with many four-year colleges and universities to ensure a seamless transition. Our team is here to help you navigate the process of selecting courses or degrees that transfer to a four-year institution.
Be sure to meet with an academic advisor next so that you can begin planning on what courses to take, explore long-term career options or develop academic goals.
The next step is to register for your credit classes. If the courses you want to enroll in have prerequisites and your transcript is still being evaluated, email email@example.com and let them know what prerequisites you have for the course you wish to enroll in.
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Want to get a jump start on your academic goals? Save time and money while earning college credit as a high school student! Visit our high school enrollment page for eligibility requirements and more detailed directions, and join the more than 1,000 high school students at AACC right now.
If you're working on a degree at another university and would like to take a course at AACC as a visiting student and transfer credits to that university, it's not difficult.
Confirm with your home institution that the AACC course you take will transfer. Need a syllabus or course description before they’ll approve the course? Contact the appropriate assistant dean or department chair listed on each program page or head over to our course search.
If the course you want to enroll in has prerequisites, you must provide an unofficial college transcript, SAT/ACT scores or high school GPAs to AACC's records and registration office. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your transcripts or scores and let them know what prerequisites you have for the course you wish to enroll in.
Once your scores and/or prerequisites have been approved, you can register for your classes online. Learn how to register.