What to Expect

What to Expect | Los Angeles, OC & Ontario, CA

It all starts with your first step.  Call us, visit a campus, or click below to apply online—you’ll be connected with an admissions advisor ready to answer all your career training program questions.

Over 40 years and more than 50,000 graduates—we’ve helped a lot of people earn the career they want. So don’t hesitate to ask any question—your admissions advisor is here to help.

See below for answers to common questions—and videos that bring the student's career training program experience to life.

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Top 5 Questions about American Career College (ACC):

  • Can I visit a class? - A great way for you to see what it's like to be a student at ACC is to visit a career training class. Your ACC Admissions Advisor will help arrange this.
  • How do I know this is a good career training program for me? - Your Admissions Advisor has worked with many students just like you. They'll help you understand all the program details and options so you can make a good choice.
  • What about Financial Aid? - Your Admissions Advisor will introduce you to a Financial Aid Specialist that can help you understand your options.
  • When do classes start? - We have many classes start throughout the year, so chances are good that there's a new class starting soon. Make sure you find out when they are, so you can get your career training started right away.
  • What do I do next? - Getting started isn't as hard as you might think. We'll help you every step of the way. And when you're enrolled and in career training class, make sure you stop by and let your Admissions Advisor know how it's going.


Here's What to Expect