Location
Austin, TX
Undergrads
9,905
Tuition (in-state)
$9,720 ($7,200)
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Reviews 1158 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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2 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Classes auto drop if the number of students taking the class aren't high... resulting in me having night classes this semester not by choice.

1 College Junior

Academic Experience: As a marketing major wanting to transfer to a university it is bad. There are only online courses available and they do not transfer to a university.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: Professors are the only good thing at this school

College Junior

Career Services: I do not know. N/A

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: They're okay. There's a library and a computer lab I regularly use. You can rent laptops if you need to.

2 College Junior

Overall Experience: My first advisor gave me bad advice that resulted in me wasting half a year of courses that won't transfer to a university. Beware..

4 College Junior

Online Courses: I took all of Nick Sarantakes' Marketing classes for my job. Highly recommend them if you're getting an associates degree.

1 College Junior

Campus Resources: The staff in the information and admissions area are terrible. They are very rude, don't acknowledge you and act like you're bothering them (Northridge Campus).

3 College Junior

Student Body: Highly motivated but not student culture type.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The professors are awesome! Advisors beware though, I've gotten bad advice before.

3 College Junior

Facilities: It's okay. It's what you expect from a community college. The professors are excellent here though.

3 College Junior

Facilities: I don't spend a whole lot of time on campus, usually only when I have class. There are good places to go between classes if I wanted to study. I'm not very involved in a social scene if there is one. Most of my classmates tend not to interact much with each other. I've made only temporary friends in my classes, meaning we usually don't talk after the semester ends because we don't have a class together anymore.

College Junior

Career Services: I have not looked into ACC's post grad services

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: I'm studying Music Business, Performance, and Technology. We have very professional feeling facilities and all of the professors have or are still working in the profession that their class focuses around so they are very knowledgeable in their area of study.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: Everything regarding the classes and class work is great!

4 College Junior

Online Courses: My Small Business Management class this semester is online. It's mostly book work but I enjoy learning that way relatively at my own pace. We also use a really nice quality textbook that lays out all the information in an easy way to understand.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: The campuses usually look pretty clean. I haven't made use of any athletic centers. I'm not really involved with campus activities. The Library looks resourceful but I had trouble finding videos that I needed to watch for an online class. I tried to get help from the Librarian and she was very helpful though we still couldn't locate the materials. Turned out that the link to stream them was broken but that was fixed by my professor.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: I haven't had a need to print anything on campus. Sometimes I'll connect my phone to the WiFi and it seems to work well enough

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The education I get for the value is definitely worth it. I feel challenged and I've learned a lot.

5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: All of my professors have been very personable. They usually make a point to meet with each student individually to talk about what they intend to get out of the class or why they're there. If I need help with anything they're always willing to offer assistance in any way they can.

5 College Freshman

Academic Experience: Online classes with minimum campus visits are great for a creative writing major. It allows me to focus almost entirely on reading, then writing, which serves as a great insight into the life of my chosen career path.

5 College Freshman

Academic Experience: My professors are very helpful, knowledgeable, and use class formats that fit very well with my personality. The curriculum is of the highest quality. It allows me to fulfill the goal of college, which is to expand myself. Once a student has been initially admitted, it's easy to find and register for sections online. My only complaint is that this convenience is neutralized for Early College Start students, who have to drive to a campus before every semester, in order to remove an automatically placed hold on their account by submitting a new hard copy form with the names of the free classes to be taken. Not only does this form have to be signed by an academic adviser, but to take more than two free classes in a semester, another form must be submitted and signed by the Dean of Student Services. Like most colleges, the workload is determined by a combination of which classes you take and which instructors you take them from. I choose to take the maximum number of classes that I feel I'll be able to enjoy while earning an "A" in all of them. Though some may still consider online classes to be a "special study option", it's just as common as classroom learning at Austin Community College. This format works very well for me, as distance learning always has.

5 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: I can't imagine a more flexible school than ACC. Online classes allow me to have whatever schedule I want. I simply cannot conceive of a more convenient school that maintains a great quality of instruction and course material.

4 College Freshman

Facilities: At Austin Community College, post-secondary education in viewed in very practical terms. Most Programs focus on jumping straight into the workforce after only two years of school, personally improving oneself for two years, or transferring cheaply earned credit to a four year university. It's focus on efficiency and universal use by the immediate community make it very affordable. From my perspective, its structure and operation is characteristic of a fiscally conservative government, whose goal is to supply the Austin metro area with two years of affordable college education. However, even as a creative writing major, this doesn't bother me. The school, faculty, and student body are focused on every semester's classes, as am I.

4 College Freshman

Campus Resources: I only visit my local campus to take tests and register for Early College Start classes. I'm always able to accomplish these tasks efficiently and with satisfaction. Everything in all the school libraries are digitized on a media server, the contents of which can be accessed from anywhere. I'm able to get what I want when I need it, allowing me to maintain focus on the content of the classes themselves.

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