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The Summer Stretch is Here!

Want to reach your educational goals faster? Summer is a great time to stretch yourself by picking up the pace. AACC has a variety of accelerated summer courses great for current students and visiting college students on summer break. Get ahead with six-week or 8-week courses that can be taken whether you're home or traveling. During our short summer term, courses are available here on campus, online or a hybrid. You may even want to accelerate the pace with back-to-back six-week or eight-week sessions! Life doesn’t stop in the summer. Why should you? 

Check out AACC's summer credit offerings using our online course search, updated each day.  Or, if you're more of a paper person, download the Summer 2019 Credit Course Schedule.

Advantages to taking a course this summer:

  • Fulfill multiple credits.
  • Enroll in program-specific courses in every Field of Interest from Business Administration and Criminal Justice to Psychology and World Languages.
  • Complete general education requirements in English, Math, Science and more.
  • Attend in a format — face-to-face or online — that's best for you.
  • No need to wait for available lab computers.
  • Even more parking!

Summer Registration is Underway

Summer classes are offered throughout the summer. See below what courses are available starting as early as May 28. For the most current information, check the course search or login to MyAACC.

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 Course availability is based on date of the report and may not reflect real-time updates. Check Course Search for real-time updates.

How to Register for Credit Classes

If you're a current AACC student or have taken a class with us before, register for courses using MyAACC.

If you're new to us, there are a few things you need to do before you can register. First, complete a credit application. Next, determine your placement in college courses by submitting your high school GPA, standardized test scores or by taking a placement test. If you've already completed some college coursework, it's possible your transcripts will help. Learn more about determining your placement.

If you're working on a degree at another university and would like to take a course at AACC to transfer back to that university, be sure to ask for a "Permission to Study" form from your home school.

Need more information? We provide detailed, step-by-step credit application and registration information under Apply and Register.