Although our physical doors at AACC are closed in response to COVID-19, we are continuing to offer services remotely for our students, faculty and staff.
Visit our COVID-19 page for details or review the student FAQ for a list of remote contacts.
At AACC, you’ll never be alone during your educational journey. Whether you’re deciding what courses to take, preparing to transfer to a four-year institution or exploring long-range career options, our excellent team of academic advisors is passionate about helping you achieve your goals. That’s why the fourth step in your admissions process is to meet with an academic advisor.
Personal Advising Sessions
Even if you haven't fully committed to attending AACC, meet with an academic advisor. Advisors have a wealth of information that can be enormously helpful during your college selection journey.
As you prepare to meet with an advisor, follow these tips to get the most out of your advising session:
- Be sure you’ve submitted your AACC application and taken any required placement tests before your advising session.
- Write down your list of questions so you get the answers you need.
- Bring your high school transcript, SAT, ACT, AP and IB scores.
- If you’re a transfer student, unofficial transcripts from your prior institutions will help your advisor in planning your classes. However, an official copy of your transcripts from all previous academic institutions must be submitted to the AACC's records office for credit evaluation.