We are offering the following virtual Q&A sessions for international students, permanent residents and non-U.S. citizens. These Q&A sessions will provide an overview of the application process and explain the required forms and documentation based on your status. We'll be on hand to answer any questions you might have. The sessions are offered via ZOOM.
Are you a prospective F1 visa student (transfer student, applicant from abroad or changing status to F1 within the United States)? Our virtual Q&A sessions provide an overview of the specific application process for international students. We cover issuance of I-20 form, provide a virtual tour of the campus and answer specific college-based, F1, student-related questions. We also review AACC college-related inquiries.
For information about the online application process, attend one (or more) of these Q&A sessions, talk with an AACC admissions officer and DSO, or visit our webpage.
These Q&A sessions are for all interested students and their families and/or sponsors. All sessions are virtual, via Zoom. Register now to access the virtual session.
Virtual Q&A sessions for non-U.S. citizens with other type of visa or status (e.g. permanent resident, asylee, J1 visa, undocumented, etc.) provide an overview of AACC programs or majors, student services and the application process. You'll also get a virtual tour of the campus and we'll answer specific college-based, student-related questions and any overall AACC college-related inquiries.
For information about the online application process, attend one (or more) of these Q&A sessions, talk with an AACC admissions officer for international students or visit our International Students webpage.
These sessions are for all interested students and their families. All sessions are virtual via Zoom. Register now to access a virtual session.
Complete the appropriate registration form.
After registering for a session you will receive an email confirmation. Click on the "Add to Calendar" buttons to save the date. Save your confirmation email because it has the link to the session.
Before your session starts send your transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please keep unofficial copies on hand for when your session starts just in case your adviser needs them!
If you have any questions you can reach out to your admissions officer at email@example.com.