Welcome to the Academic & Career Readiness (ACR) Program!
We know it is not always easy to decide to come back to school. We want to make your experience at Alamance Community College (ACC) a good one.
We help students work on many different goals, including:
Watch a video of some of our students and what our program has meant to them!
We offer many options that include: morning, evening, and Saturday classes, online learning, and a mail-in program. Classes are held at the main Carrington-Scott campus in Graham, the Dillingham Center in Burlington, and various off site locations.
The first step in coming to any of our programs is to schedule an orientation. We offer opportunities to start classes almost every week. During the orientation you will learn about our programs, obtain student success tips, take an assessment test, and be placed into an appropriate class.
Academic & Career Readiness (Graham campus) hours of operation:
Our program offers the following courses:
Adult Basic Education and High School Equivalency (ABE & HSE) – seeking GED®, HiSET®, Adult Education
Adult High School (AHS) – finishing your High School Diploma
Adult Basic Literacy Education (ABLE) – literacy education for students with learning differences
Career College – vocational pathways for adults with learning differences
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) – English as a foreign language
US Citizenship Classes – study and prepare for your naturalization process
Basic Skills Plus (BSP) – vocational pathways for adult learners
College Prep (RISE) – transitional English and Math classes
For English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), call (336) 506-4380 or email ESOLintake@alamancec.edu. Para mayor información sobre las clases de inglés como idioma segundo (ESOL) ó para inscribirse, llame (336) 506-4380.
Congratulations on taking the first step in continuing your education!