Steps To Readmission
Note: Students who have previously taken coursework at ACC.
We encourage you to complete the admission process early in order to avoid delays. Please follow the simple steps below for admission to Alvin Community College. If you have any questions, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, request a virtual appointment (during COVID-19) or call 281-756-3531.
Thank you for your interest in Alvin Community College.
1. Apply for Admission
After 1 academic year on non-attendance, students will need to submit a new admissions application.
Complete the Online Application at ApplyTexas.Org.
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2. Satisfy Bacterial Meningitis Vaccination Requirement
This step is only required for students under the age 22.
Bacterial Meningitis Vaccination Requirement
3. Apply for Financial Aid
Visit the Financial Aid office in A155 for assistance, or see the ACC Financial Aid homepage.
4. Submit Official Transcripts (if applicable)
All transcripts from previous institutions must be sent to our institution. As a returning student, students will need to know when to submit their transcripts again
- Submit all transcripts of college’s attended after attending ACC.
- If you attended ACC beyond 5 years ago, you must resubmit all prior college transcripts.
Request official transcripts to be sent electronically to ACC (via SPEEDE or Parchment.etc), bring official transcripts in a sealed institution envelope when meeting with an ACC advisor, or mail to: ACC Registrar's Office 3110 Mustang Road, Alvin, TX 77511.
5. Complete Placement Testing and Pre-Assessment Activity
Take the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) to measure college readiness. (Required before
registering courses in the Associate degree programs.)
See the testing homepage for test scheduling and exemption information.
6. Meet with an Academic Advisor
Meet with an academic advisor. You are encouraged but not required to meet with an academic advisor. Sign in at the Admissions and Registrar's Office to meet with an advisor.
7. Register for Classes
Register for your classes in The POD. If student is registering for a developmental education course, you must come in and register with an advisor.
The normal course load for the fall or spring semester is 15-16 credit hours. The normal course load for the summer semester is 7 credit hours for each five-week term or 14 credit hours for a full summer semester. Course loads in excess of 18 credit hours in any combination of terms within the fall or spring semesters require approval. See an academic advisor for more information.
8. Complete Training
Transfer students and first-time college students are required to complete online Title IX training regarding ACC’s campus sexual assault policy. Students will receive an email regarding this requirement.
9. Make a Payment
Pay for classes online or in person at the Cashier Window (A-109). Tuition installment plans are available for most terms.
10. Student ID Card and Parking Permit
Purchase your textbooks at the College Store in Building E by the Student Center.