To view and print the specific forms needed for your financial aid, log in to MyAACC and go to Menu > Self Services > Credit Students > Financial Aid.
In order to protect your privacy, our office recommends that you submit all documents containing personal information to our office by mail or by faxing the information to us at 410-777-4019.
If you need to submit documents to our office, you may do so through U.S. mail, fax, email or by using the AACC dropbox outside of the Central Services Building (CSB) on the Arnold campus. Make sure all documents are signed and labeled with your AACC student ID number and that they are for the financial aid office.
When emailing, you must use your MyAACC email account. Documents from private email accounts will not be accepted by the financial aid office. Do not email personal identification information such as your Social Security number or date of birth. To protect your privacy, you should cross off this information with a black marker before emailing your forms or tax information.
You can download the free Adobe Acrobat Reader App to your computer or phone to complete and sign the required forms. Save them as PDFs on your device and send as attachments to our office using your MyAACC email. To create PDFs of documents, you can scan the document using your smart device.
Android Scanning Method
Google Drive has an option for scanning documents via your smartphone's camera and then saving them as PDF files within your cloud storage. You can find it by opening the Google Drive app, tapping the blue "+" icon in the bottom-right corner and then selecting "Scan."
Apple Scanning Method
If you have an iPhone or iPad, you actually have a scanner. You can use the ‘Notes App’. Open a new note, press the camera button and the option to scan the document will pop up. Once the document is scanned, you can email it.
Learn more about AACC’s Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy.
Information and links to scholarships and grant applications available to AACC Students can be found on our AACC Scholarships webpage. We encourage all students to apply to anything they may qualify for.
As a condition of receiving a state scholarship or grant, the Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) requires that each recipient pledge to remain drug free for the full term of the award. If this is required for your offer, you will receive an email through MyAACC notifying you of the requirement and how to complete the pledge.
Access the Military and Veterans Education Benefits page to view information related to Veterans Education benefits processing at AACC.