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Anne Arundel Community College

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Applying to AACC After High School

Checklist for Applying!

1. Complete AACC Application

2. Determine Placement for Classes

3. Register for Classes in your MyAACC Account
 

4. Come to Personal Registration Day (PRD) in April of your senior year @ SPHS to meet with AACC representatives and get scheduled for your first semester of classes! 
Sign up information will be sent each spring via email

Have Questions?  
See your School Counselor or reach out to our AACC Representative!

Taking ECAP classes as a high school student

How To Enroll as an ECAP student Step-by-Step
 

1. Complete AACC Application

 

2. Complete ECAP Application
You will need an AACC Student ID number from
Step 1 above to complete your ECAP Application. 


****New for Fall 2024****
****There are new requirements for ECAP that have been determined by Maryland's BluePrint law.  More details can be found here.
The paper form linked above will be replaced with an online portal application in mid-May.  More directions will be communicated with families when that change occurs.**** 
 

 

3. Determine Placement for Classes

4. Register for Classes in your MyAACC Account
Remember that we can not accommodate a schedule change for an AACC course.  Please plan accordingly!

Have Questions?  
See your School Counselor or reach out to our AACC Representative!

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Paying for AACC

Scholarships and grants are forms of financial aid you do not have to pay back.

 

These “gifts” are available from a variety of organizations including, but not limited to, the federal government, Maryland, community groups and AACC. Deadlines and requirements vary, so be sure to read any information provided carefully.

https://www.aacc.edu/costs-and-paying/credit-costs-and-payment/financial-aid-and-scholarships/grants-and-scholarships/

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