Your admissions advisor can respond to inquiries about the enrollment process, how much college will cost, the academic programs AACC offers, and the student services that will successfully enable you to complete your associate degree, transfer to a four-year college, or enter the workforce.
Acceptance Rate 2,012 Applied 2,012 Accepted 11,947 Enrolled 100%
|Required||Transcript of high school record|
|Required for some programs||Minimun high school GPA|
|Type||Application Closing||Notification Date||Rolling Admissions|
|Fall freshmen||Not reported||Not reported||Yes|
|Other early decision plan||Not reported||Not reported|
|Transfer||Not reported||Not reported||Yes|
|Test||Avg. Score||25th %||75th %|
Tuition 7,590 In-state 12,240 Out-of-state 3,600 In-district
|Black or African American||18.49%|
|White or Caucasian||53.51%|
|American Indian or Alaska Native||0.23%|
|Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander||0.15%|
|Two or more races||5.67%|
Gender Male (37.56%) Female (644%)
24-hour patrols by trained officers
Faculty 949 Total Faculty 13:1 Student-Faculty Ratio Full-time – 237 Part-time – 712 Male – 350 Female – 599
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Getting to know AACC
Is AACC a good school?
Arnold, Maryland, in the Baltimore Metropolitan Area, is home to the above-average public college known as Anne Arundel. It is a small university with 3,188 undergraduate students enrolled. The Anne Arundel acceptance rate is 100%.
Does AACC require SAT?
Anne Arundel Community College typically requires a high school diploma, taking the SAT or ACT, and passing the TOEFL for international applicants.
What is passing at AACC?
Minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) = 2. 0. Credit completion rate (pace) = 67 percent. Students must pass at least two-thirds (67%) of the courses they attempt, as determined by comparing the total of credits they have earned to the total of credits they have attempted.