Getting Started

When you fill out a form on the site, call, or visit one of our campuses, one of the first people you'll meet is an ACC Admissions Advisor. Your Admissions Advisor will spend some time getting to know you. They want to help make sure you have all the facts and that you make wise decisions.

You will tour the campus and see how our modern facilities can train you for a successful career. You'll see how our unique, hands-on approach will give you the experience and confidence needed to succeed.

Our Financial Aid Department will meet with you and present all the options that are available. We will be there at every step to help you through the admission's process and make your experience at ACC a positive one.

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Flexible Schedules

Flexible Schedules

Day Classes
Day classes are typically offered in 4-hour to 6-hour sessions between 6:00 AM and 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Schedules vary by program.

Evening Classes
Evening classes are typically offered in 4-hour sessions between 4:00 PM and 10:30 PM, Monday through Thursday. Schedules vary by program.

Accelerated Schedules
In the accelerated session, modules are scheduled 40 hours per week. Classes are typically offered in 8 hour sessions between 12:00 PM and 10:00. Exact times vary by campus.

No Diploma or HSE, No Problem

No Diploma or GED...No Problem

For over 20 years, ACC has been helping students prepare for the HSE at NO COST and with NO COMMITMENT!

Our mission is to empower communities by creating a positive, nurturing learning environment dedicated to academic success.

What we offer to help you:

  • Teacher-led discussion & workshops
  • Practice HSE tests
  • Self-study materials
  • General Education tutoring
  • Library with relevant materials
  • Computers for self-paced tutoring
ACC Success Story

Juan S.

"I completed four years of college and graduated as a History major, but I couldn't seem to find a job that was secure. I knew the medical profession was so I researched a few places and picked American Career College. It was the best fit."