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Eligible AACPS students who take classes* while in high school will no longer be charged tuition and fees and will receive required course materials at no cost. Eligible Maryland home-schooled students and students who attend a private school in Maryland can take classes at a 25% discount.

Email your approved Early College Access Program (ECAP) application to the cashier’s office at A new ECAP form is required every term. Get additional details about paying for classes below!

*If a course is not approved by AACPS and you meet the college’s admissions and course requirements, you may request a 25% discount on tuition using the Maryland Public High School Tuition Discount Request Form.

Payment Plan

Full payment is preferred but not required. Students may participate in AACC’s payment plan. If a payment is not received within six days of the scheduled due dates, a $10 late fee will be assessed on the seventh day for each due date.

Learn more about payment plans.

Accepted Payment Types

We accept credit cards, checks and money orders, but receipt of cash is limited. Be sure to check the most current information about our methods of payment.

Learn more about accepted payment types.

Avoid Being Dropped Due to Nonpayment

Initial payment is required approximately three days from time of registration or the student will be dropped from the course. Maryland public school students must make sure that your approved ECAP form is sent to in order to avoid being dropped. For Maryland home-schooled students and students enrolled at a Maryland private school, remember that having a completed ECAP form will not prevent you from being dropped from a course. Only payment will secure your seat in class.


All AACC students, including those receiving free or discounted tuition through ECAP, are provided access to MyAACC. It is important that you complete setting up this account. This is how you will conduct business with AACC, access your grades and more.

Learn more about MyAACC.


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