Some of our students come to AACC with very clear goals and a vision for their future. Others want to succeed, but are less certain what success looks like. Helping you find that path that’s right for you is the mission of academic advising. We start by helping you identify your academic and life goals – a vision for your future – and then we work backward from that long-term vision to plan the steps needed to bring that vision to life. Be sure to touch base with an advisor any time your academic goals change or you’d like confirmation that you’re on track.
New students are encouraged to make an appointment by calling 410-777-2307 as soon as they have applied and have been properly assessed. Current students should log in to MyAACC and schedule an appointment through OASIS. See walk-in hours below for the Arnold campus only.
Student Services Center, Second Floor (directions)
8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. (extended to 7 p.m. in January and August)
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
9 a.m-1 p.m. (closed Saturdays in June)
Walk-in appointments are accommodated during peak advising times; however, be prepared to wait and arrive two hours prior to closing to ensure you will be seen. Walk-in appointments are allowed:
7009 Arundel Mills Circle, Room 105 (directions)
Appointments required. Currently registered credit students may log in to MyAACC or call 410-777-1905.
101 Crain Highway North, Room 217 (directions)
Appointments required. Currently registered credit students may log in to MyAACC or call 410-777-2945.
2474 Ernie Pile Street (directions)
Appointments required- call 410-777-1470.
If you have not already sent AACC's Office of Records and Registration your placement scores and transcripts, bring copies with you. If you've taken placement tests at AACC, the advisor will be able to access your scores.
Consider these questions in advance so that your advisor can help you research the type of degree or certificate that is required; help you decide if you will need to transfer to a four-year institution; help you determine which AACC program of study will best prepare you; and then which courses you should consider next.
Degree-seeking students must declare their program of study (major) after completing 24 credits. This helps us help you stay on track, and make sure the time you spend in class is maximized in meeting your academic goals. Not sure what to declare? Sometimes trying things and learning what doesn’t interest you is as important and finding things that do.