You don't have to wait until spring to move forward with your educational goals. AACC's short winter term gives you the flexibility to take classes online while traveling, working or hibernating at home. Winter registration is open and this is a great way to fast-track your education and launch into the new year. Winter courses are accelerated, meaning they cover the same material as a fall or spring course but are generally shorter and more fast paced. Some winter courses allow you to earn three credits in just two weeks!
If you are a student enrolled at another college, you can take a course and transfer credits to your home institution in order to graduate faster. Current and new students are able to make progress toward their degree or certificate plans. Browse more than 100 courses available this winter using our course search, updated each day.
A new year. A new you! We have a range of in-person, hybrid and online course options this spring so you can take your classes your way. With a wide array of programs, easy-to-transfer credits and affordable tuition, spring into your future with the nation’s number one community college. Register early and secure your spot.
Visit the ECAP enrollment page for eligibility requirements and more detailed directions and help.
If your family would like to apply for financial assistance, complete the 2021-2022 Early College Access Grant Application and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. We understand your responsibilities don't stop while you're pursuing your education.
Your plans are important and don't have to be put on hold. If you're working on a degree at another university and would like to take a course at AACC as a visiting student to transfer credits to that university, it's not difficult.
Contact us at email@example.com or 410-777-2222 if you have questions!
Your responsibilities don't stop while you're pursuing your education. We understand that. At AACC, you won’t have to choose among work, family or school. Each fall, we welcome more than 8,000 working adults who enroll in college courses, many of whom attend part time and work full time. Some are parents or caregivers. If they can do it, so can you!
Your plans are important and don't have to be put on hold. Advance your career while you earn a living, support your family or focus on fulfilling a personal goal of earning your degree.