ACC Assistance Program
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented unexpected challenges in all of our lives. In many cases, it has greatly impacted student’s ability to afford college. To provide relief, ACC is proud to offer financial support to students through the Assistance Program for the Summer 2021, Fall 2021, and Spring 2022 terms.
The more credit hours you take, the more you save!
|Credit Hours||Non-Dual Enrollment||Dual Enrollment|
|12 and up||$600||$300|
The offer is valid for ALL students taking credit courses only.
For students taking Continuing Education Workforce Development (CEWD) classes, $500 in assistance is also available for Summer semesters only in the following programs:
- General CEWD
- Certified Nursing Assistant
- Clinical Medical Assistant
- Dental Assistant
- Medical Office Billing
- Veterinary Assistant
HEERF Funds Also Available
Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF) has provided ACC with additional funds to help our students with needs such as housing, laptops, internet, food insecurities, transportation, health care, child care, and tuition and fees.
Priority will be given to students that have exceptional need. Awards will be given to approved students based on the following:
- Dual Enrollment Students $1,000
- Credit and Continuing Education Students $1,500
These funds can be used to supplement what you may have already received by ACC including the ACC Assistance Program and regular Financial Aid. For more information, visit the COVID-19 Assistance page.
If you are brand new to ACC, or have not taken classes in more than a year, the Admissions process must be completed.
- First Time Students
- Returning Students
- Transfer Students
- Dual Enrollment Students
- International Students
*Assistance Program funds will automatically be credited upon registration. No application is required.
Yes, all students enrolled in any credit courses are eligible for the Assistance Program.
No, you will not need to complete a FAFSA application. But if you complete a FAFSA and qualify for more funds, your refund will be bigger! www.studentaid.gov.
Assistance Program funds will be automatically applied to your account.
You cannot charge books/supplies at the bookstore to this credit balance. The credit will be reimbursed to the student.
Yes, students will receive funds for all 3 semesters while funding lasts.
Yes. If you have financial aid or any type of assistance to help pay your tuition, you will receive a larger refund because of the Assistance Program discount.
Assistance Program funds will either reduce or pay off the payment plan balance depending on the remaining amount due. If already paid, you may choose to receive a refund.
Yes, the balance must be paid in advance of registration.
If you register during late registration, you will be charged the late registration fee.
From The POD, go to WebACCess>Planning & Registration>Fee Statement.
No, there is no GPA requirement to receive the grant.
Yes. You will receive an email.
No, the funds will not be refunded to the student.
No, you will not owe any funds. However, if you receive Financial Aid you might owe a portion of it back.
For More Information
Contact the Welcome Center at 281-756-3531 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Financial Aid & General Questions
Contact the Financial Aid Office via email at email@example.com.
Payment and Billing
Contact the Business Office at 281-756-3593 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dual Enrollment students can contact a DE Advisor for more information.
*The Assistance Program will be offered while funds last.