Thank you for considering ACC to further your education! Whether you are resuming college studies or just beginning to work toward your degree, you will find the variety of courses, the individual attention, and the supportive atmosphere at ACC provide a solid foundation for your higher education.
Steps in the admissions process vary depending on what you plan to accomplish at ACC. All students (except for high school students entering the Career and College Promise program) must obtain a N.C. residency determination at www.ncresidency.org prior to submitting an ACC application.
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Admissions Process for New and Returning Students:
Please note the following:
Students who wish to enroll for course credit but are not seeking a degree, diploma, or certificate from ACC are classified as visiting/non-degree students. Non-degree students are not required to submit high school transcripts, but ARE required to provide documentation that prerequisites have been met, if applicable.
Visiting/Non-Degree Admissions Process:
Note: The College operates on a modified schedule during the summer months. Please check the website for modified hours.
Applicants who are legal permanent residents of the United States must provide current valid documentation (Permanent Resident Card) from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) before being admitted to Alamance Community College. Employment Authorization Cards are not accepted as proof of residency.
Students who complete high school outside of the U.S. must submit a translated, credentialed transcript to ACC for admission. It is the applicant’s responsibility to secure the services of an independent academic credential evaluation provider. The following credentialing agencies are recommended:
Students Seeking F-1 Visa
ACC welcomes international students who have completed a secondary course of study (equivalent to 12 years post-secondary education in the USA) and possess the requisite English proficiency skills necessary to be successful in any of our programs of study.
Once the above admissions requirements have been met, the ACC International Admissions Counselor will release an official acceptance letter and I-20 form to the applicant for use in applying for the F-1 visa in his/her home country.
For further questions regarding international student admissions, please contact the ACC Student Success Office at 336-506-4270.
Applicants must provide current valid documentation from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) before being admitted (as allowed) to Alamance Community College. Questions regarding visas and other statuses (ex: refugee or temporary protective status) may be directed to the Director of Enrollment Management (336-506-4120).
Employment Authorization Permit Holders
Students who are U.S. employment authorization cardholders and have no other documentation or proof of legal status must adhere to eligibility requirements/guidelines of undocumented immigrants.
Alamance Community College adheres to the North Carolina legislation regarding the admission of undocumented immigrants in community colleges.
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