For tuition to be waived, a completed Social Security Certification for Noncredit Tuition Waiver Form must be on file with AACC’s Cashier’s office. The form must be signed and certified by the Social Security Administration (or Railroad Retirement Board or former federal employer) and is valid for one year from the date signed.
In addition, all students who qualify for the waiver must first complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Under Maryland law, disability tuition waivers can now be applied to certain qualified continuing education courses—those designed to lead to employment, including life skills. Not all courses are offered every semester. Check the noncredit course schedule for availability.
Upon request, Anne Arundel Community College will provide reasonable accommodations to all qualified individuals with disabilities.
For specific policies and procedures, visit the college policies.
For information regarding Anne Arundel Community College's compliance and complaints concerning the Americans with Disabilities Act, contact the federal compliance officer and Title IX coordinator at email@example.com or by telephone 410-777-1239 or Maryland Relay at 711.