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Austin Community College
Type Community college district
President Stephen B. Kinslow
Students 31,908 (spring 2007)
Location Austin, Texas, USA
Campus seven area commuter campuses
Website www.austincc.edu

Austin Community College is a regional community college district with seven campuses located in various areas in and around the city of Austin, Texas, United States.

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Service Area

Austin Community College Highland Business Center

As defined by the Texas Legislature, the official service area of Austin Community College is the following:[1]

Locations

Rio Grande Campus in Downtown Austin, formerly Austin High School and John T. Allan Junior High School.[2]
Northridge Campus
South Austin Campus

Austin Community College includes seven campuses plus additional classrooms and headquarters at its Highland Business Center at 5920 Middle Fiskville Road in Austin.

Austin Community College campuses include:

  • Cypress Creek at 1555 Cypress Creek Road, Cedar Park
  • Eastview at 3401 Webberville Road, Austin
  • Northridge at 11928 Stonehollow Drive, Austin
  • Pinnacle at 7748 Highway 290 West, Austin
  • Rio Grande at 1212 Rio Grande, Austin
  • Riverside at 1020 Grove Boulevard, Austin
  • South Austin at 1820 West Stassney Lane, Austin

Tuition

Residents within ACC's tax-district enjoy significantly lower tuition rates than those out of district. As of Fall 2008, in-district residents pay $54 per credit hour (including tuition and fees), while out-of-district residents pay $142 per credit hour. Out of state and international students are charged $300 per credit hour.

Early College Start Program

High school students are eligible to take college credit classes through ACC's Early College Start (ECS) program. These students are able to enroll in ACC and receive "Dual Credit," a credit which counts as a high school credit as well as a college credit. Students who live within the ACC District are eligible to take ECS classes free of charge; those outside of the district must pay $40 per class.

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