ACC’s academic resources can help all ACC students succeed. Whether you need online study resources or in-person coaching and tutoring help, ACC has you covered. Learn study habits, time management, test preparation, and note taking skills. Succeed in your degree program.
Academic coaches will help you make better grades with less stress. Book a coaching session today!
Information and accommodations for students with disabilities. Visit Student Accessibility Services.
Take a class, study, or chill with other students. ACCelerator staff at Highland, Rio Grande, Round Rock, and San Gabriel are always available to assist you.
Need help planning your degree, registering for courses, or exploring career and transfer options? Contact ACC Advisors, Success Coaches, and Completion Counselors to smooth the way.
Admissions and enrollment support is an email away. We’re here to help with your specific questions, such as applications, registration, deadlines, transcripts, and more. Visit the Admissions and Enrollment website for more information.
Looking for a tutorial on how to use Blackboard? Visit the Blackboard support page or watch our Navigating Blackboard video.
Business Assessment & Testing Center
The Business Assessment and Testing Center provides licensure and testing for:
- Proctoring for non-ACC students
Business Assessment & Testing Centers are located at Highland & Round Rock Campuses.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, and appointments, or before purchasing or scheduling exams.
Get personalized career coaching with ACC’s Career Services and Career Counselors. Explore your options and create a plan of action to meet your goals. Explore majors & careers, get resume assistance.
International students should contact the International Student Office if they are considering traveling outside or have questions about returning to the United States.
- If you are an international student, please contact email@example.com for questions.
- International Office FAQs
Book an in-person or virtual appoitnment
ACC’s library services have the resources you need to excel in your coursework. We offer books, e-books, research guides, and 24/7 Expert Librarian chat. Everything you need is right at your fingertips.
Get one-on-one support with course planning, registration, and tuition payments. New students: have questions? email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 512-223-4636 (Press Option 1).
Supplemental Instruction (SI) supports online and in-person classes. Students will meet regularly in SI study sessions held outside of class either in-person if the class is in-person, or online through Google Meet, if the class is online. Contact email@example.com for information on joining an online study session.
ACC’s Testing Center provides testing services for current and prospective ACC students. For information on the TSI Assessment or to verify your TSI status, visit us at Testing Services.
Interested in transferring to a four-year college or university? Get one-on-one assistance from ACC Career & Transfer Specialists. We can assist virtually or in person with transfer applications, essay and resume review, and help you explore transfer destinations.
Access free tutoring services year-round at ACC. Choose in-person or online tutoring sessions, and improve your skills and your grades.
ACC makes it easy to find a scholarship that fits. Submit a single application and a short personal statement. ACC’s in-house experts will see if they can match you to a scholarship.
Note: You must have your ACCeID and Password to submit an application. Forgot your ACCeID or Password?
ACC’S Student Emergency Fund (SEF) will help you stay on track to reach your academic and career goals should you experience unexpected expenses or a reduction or loss of income.
Student Money Management Office
ACC’s Student Money Management Office is here to help you take control of your money from financial coaching sessions to free online financial resources and more.
Visit Veterans Services for information about Veterans programs and services. Contact a Veterans Affairs specialist for guidance on your classes. Send any forms and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find a part-time job to support your studies. Eligible students can get up to 19 hours a week in a work-study program. Visit austincc.edu/workstudy to learn about the eligibility requirements, steps to apply, and online waitlist option.