MyAACC is where students will check email, plan schedules, register and pay for classes, attend online classes and find out what's happening on campus. Students can:
- Register and pay for classes (NEW STUDENTS SEE NOTE)
- Use the course-planning wizard to identify academic requirements for programs of study
- Add and drop classes, get added to the class waiting list
- Apply for scholarships
- Attend classes online
- Access the club meetings calendar
- Buy textbooks
- Get grades and request transcripts
- Update your address, email, phone number, race, ethnicity or military status
- Check your email and send messages to your instructors
- Download Microsoft Office applications for free (via your student email)
- Create or join groups
- Check campus announcements
- Access OASIS, the Online Advising Scheduling and Information System, to schedule, modify or cancel an appointment with an academic adviser
- Access SmarThinking, the 24/7 online tutoring system
- Change your program or curriculum
- Complete your student opinion form (for credit classes)
*NOTE New degree or certificate-seeking students taking credit courses. All subsequent registration activity can then be completed using MyAACC. Information about scheduling a New Student Advising Session in preparation for the upcoming term is available on the New Student Advising page.
Computer labs are in use more than 12 hours each weekday, all day Saturday and frequently on Sundays, supporting a combination of instruction and “open” lab time. Depending on the location of a particular computer lab, you can work with the software that you are learning in your class. There is no shortage of computers.
The college has:
- 120 computer labs
- Approximately 3,000 instructional computers for student use
The college strives to provide current hardware and software in all labs; instructional computers are replaced every four years.
Technology Learning Centers and Computer Commons
AACC operates three Technology Learning Centers and a Computer Commons. These labs provide internet access, course related software, assistive technology and document printing using both PC and Apple computers. Dedicated Technical Assistants are available and ready to help you gain the most from your lab experience.
Technology Learning Center locations:
- Andrew Truxal Library, room 101
- Glen Burnie Town Center, room 314
- Arundel Mills, room 206
Computer Commons location:
Students bringing personal laptops and handheld devices to campus can access AACC’s “Wireless Zones” throughout Arnold, Arundel Mills, Glen Burnie Town Center and Center for Cyber and Professional Training facilities. You can view the list of zones on the Wireless Access page.
The AACC Wireless Zones were designed to be used exclusively for conducting college-related business and/or to support teaching and learning. All customers are responsible for using the network in an ethical and lawful manner. Customers are subject to the rules and restrictions laid out in the Acceptable Use of Information Technology Resources Policy; AACC reserves the right to audit this network to detect and address policy violations. This policy applies to any device (laptop, tablet, smartphone, etc.) that accesses our wireless network.
AACC does not guarantee that the AACC Wireless Zone is compatible with all wireless devices, and AACC is not responsible for damage to any device using our wireless network.
To log into MyAACC and college computers in computer labs you will need to activate your college account. Please view “Get a user name and password” for detailed instructions and links to appropriate forms.
Upon activation, you will have ONE user name and password to access both MyAACC and college computers.