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Fall Classes Start Aug. 31, Sept. 14 and Oct. 26

Fall Registration Is Now Open. Register Early and Don't Miss out!

Early fall registration ensures you don't miss out on your first choice of fall classes. It also helps us decide which classes to run or cancel based on enrollment. Register now and you could win a free laptop in our weekly AACC Bookstore drawing. Learn more about how to be eligible for the drawing.

More Online Courses Begin July 7.

Keep your degree plans moving while you’re safe at home! Register for summer courses that transfer.

Summer is a great time to complete general education classes and prerequisites, explore new areas of interest, or get a start on the fall term for much less. You don't have to be a current AACC student; in fact, many of our summer students are enrolled full-time at other colleges or universities. If you are a visiting college student or high school senior, enroll in AACC courses this summer or fall that will transfer once your college reopens. Save money in the meantime with low-cost tuition on some of the courses you'll need for your bachelor's degree. Credits are transferrable. We are 100% online with several different options to build your schedule. 

Summer Courses run from two to eight weeks!

  • Complete an accelerated course that usually takes 15 weeks.
  • Fulfill general education requirements accepted at all Maryland public universities.
  • Lighten up your course load in the fall.
  • Graduate faster by picking up the pace.
  • Explore an area that may be of interest before you commit to a major.
  • Get ahead financially with community college tuition.


Visiting College Students

Unsure when you'll be back on your college's campus?

We understand you have many questions about the future of your college's temporary campus closure. While you're home, why not knock out a summer class (or two) at Anne Arundel Community College and transfer them back to your four-year school?

Steps to Enroll as a Visiting Student

  1. Get a Permission to Study form from your college to ensure your AACC course credits will transfer. Need a syllabus before they’ll approve the course? Contact the appropriate assistant dean.
  2. Complete a free credit application. You will receive an acceptance email within 24 hours with instructions on how to set up your MyAACC account and register for class.
  3. If the course you want to enroll in has prerequisites, you will need to provide an unofficial college transcript, SAT/ACT scores, or high school GPAs to AACC's advising office in order to complete your registration. Find your advisor's contact information here.
  4. Be sure to make a payment.
  5. Don’t forget to request your AACC transcript once you complete your course.

Contact us at askaacc@aacc.edu or 410-777-2222 if you have questions! 


Graduating High School Seniors

Reconsidering where you're going to college?

You don't necessarily have to defer your fall college decisions or take a gap year. Instead, get a head start on general education course requirements this summer at AACC and move forward on your college education while you're home.

If you've taken a class with us as an Early College Access Program (ECAP) participant, log into MyAACC and register for courses.

If you're new to us, there are a few things you need to do before you can register. First, complete a free online application. Next, let us help you determine your placement in college courses by submitting your high school self-reported GPA or your standardized test scores to records@aacc.edu or by taking a placement test.

Steps for AACPS high school students applying to ECAP

Visit the ECAP enrollment page for eligibility requirements and more detailed directions and help.

  1. Print and complete the AACPS electronic ECAP application and email to cashiersoffice@aacc.edu. Please avoid sending any sensitive information including full birthdate via email.
  2. Complete AACC's free online application by selecting "Apply Online." (If you have trouble with setting up your MyAACC account, email the Help Desk at helpdesk@aacc.edu or phone 410-777-4357. If you have trouble with completing/submitting the AACC online application, email admissions@aacc.edu).
  3. Work with your school's AACC admission's officer if you need help with course selection, including determining if you've met the prerequisite requirements for the course(s) you want to take. 
  4. Email placement scores (ACT/SAT/IB) and your high school transcript to records@aacc.edu. If you don’t have placement scores and need to test, learn more by visiting our testing webpage.
  5. Register for your course(s) and pay your bill by logging into MyAACC.

If your family would like to apply for financial assistance, complete the Early College Access Grant (ECAG) application and send to finaid@aacc.edu.  

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Which courses transfer?

Check out our Transfer Credit Equivalency Database to see how courses from other institutions may transfer to AACC.