Start the New Year by accelerating toward your educational goals faster! Whether you plan to transfer or get a job after college, carefully planning a spring course load is a great way for you to launch into your program. Spring classes, which start Jan. 23, have a variety of sessions to fit the demands of your busy schedule!
Spring classes are offered in 15-week, 13-week or in one of two eight-week sessions. See below what courses are available starting as early as Jan. 23. For the most current information, check the course search or login to MyAACC.
|SESSION STARTS||WEEKS||AVAILABLE COURSES|
|Jan. 23||15-week session||Course Search|
|Jan. 23||eight-week session||View|
|Feb. 4||13-week session||View|
|March 25||eight-week session||View|
Note: Course availability is based on date of the report and may not reflect real-time updates. Check Course Search for real-time updates.
Want to reach your educational goals faster? Consider registering for back-to-back eight-week courses and pick up the pace by earning more credits with shorter sessions. Courses in the first eight-week session meet from January through mid-March followed. A second eight-week session begins at the end of March and continues through May. These courses can help you add additional credits and finish sooner.
Most of our courses offered during the traditional 15-week session. You have the flexibility to select courses that meet one, two or three days a week.
A 13-week session is perfect if you need a little bit of a later start as courses meet February through May.
If you're a current AACC student or have taken a class with us before, register for courses using MyAACC.
If you're new to us, there are a few things you need to do before you can register. First, complete a credit application. Next, take a placement test or provide your test scores (SAT or ACT). If you've already completed some college coursework, it's possible your transcripts will suffice.
If you're working on a degree at another university and would like to take a course at AACC to transfer back to that university, be sure to ask for a "Permission to Study" form from your home school.
Need more information? We provide detailed, step-by-step credit application and registration information under Apply and Register.