On October 29, 2010, final regulations were published in the Federal Register requiring institutions to report certain information about students who enrolled in Title IV eligible educational programs that lead to gainful employment in a recognized occupation (GE programs). Those regulations also provide that institutions must disclose to prospective students certain information about the institution’s GE Programs.
This Web page is intended to meet the disclosure requirement and is meant to serve as a help to both current and potential students as they consider programs of study and the associated costs, future earnings, and median loan debt for students that have completed the program of study at AACC. This information is not intended to be true for all students and is intended to be representative in nature.
If you have specific questions regarding program requirements, you may contact the Department directly or your Academic Advisor. If you have questions involving the associated loan debt or the financial aid process for accessing federal and or state financial aid to help pay for this program, you may contact the AACC Financial Aid Office at 410-777-2203.
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The 2009-2010 Catalog was used to define credits to completion, and program cost
Number of graduates reflects 2009-2010
Program Length is a calculated field. (Credits to completion/9 credits). Nine credits
was chosen as it is the average number of credits taken per term by AACC students.
This calculation assumes that the student was not required to take developmental
coursework in math, English or reading.
On-time graduates is a calculated field. If the Program length was equal to or less than
the number of terms enrolled at AACC, the student was considered to have graduated
Completion and graduates in the above chart reflect undergraduate certificates only