Anne Arundel Community College welcomes all students regardless of citizenship.
Since Dec. 6, 2012, the Maryland Dream Act has allowed certain high school graduates who are undocumented immigrants, and who meet the prescribed requirements, the opportunity to qualify for special tuition rates at Anne Arundel Community College.
Students who continue to meet Maryland Dream Act requirements can transfer and pay in-state tuition at Maryland state four-year colleges and universities if they earn an associate degree or 60 credits from a Maryland community college.
To qualify for special tuition rates as prescribed by the Maryland Dream Act, a student must have:
If you have met these qualifications and wish to apply, complete the Application for In-State Tuition Rate thru Maryland Dream Act and submit it to the admissions office.
For a non-U.S. citizen to be considered a Maryland resident for the purposes of this policy, the student shall possess the legal capacity under state and federal law to establish Maryland domicile. Students with an F, B or J visa status pay out-of-state tuition. Undocumented immigrants who attended high school in Maryland can apply for a special tuition rate equivalent to either the in-county or out-of-county rate. In order to qualify for the Maryland Dream Act tuition rate, students must provide documentation that they meet the requirements. To apply complete the Application for In-State Tuition Rate thru Maryland Dream Act and submit it to the admissions office.