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About Austin Community College
In the fall of 1973, the college held its first classes in the former Anderson High School building in east Austin, which ACC named its Ridgeview Campus. Evening classes were also held at several Austin public high schools. The Rio Grande Campus, the system's second, was opened downtown in 1975 in the building recently vacated by Austin High School.
Over succeeding decades the college added the Riverside Campus in the East Riverside neighborhood of southeast Austin, on the former site of the Austin Country Club (1984); the Northridge Campus on the northern edge of Travis County (1989); the Pinnacle Campus in Oak Hill in southwest Austin (1990); the Cypress Creek Campus in Cedar Park (1991); the Eastview Campus, which replaced the closing Ridgeview Campus in east Austin (1999); the South Austin Campus (2006); the Round Rock Campus (2010); the Elgin Campus (2013); the Highland Campus, on the site of the closing Highland Mall in north Austin (2013); and the Hays Campus in Kyle (2014). ACC's administrative offices are located in north-central Austin.
Austin Community College has campuses troughout central Texas.
ACC does not provide student housing. You will need to make your own housing arrangements. Investigate your options independently or work with an apartment locator service.
Courses available 10Accounting and Finance 2 Applied and Pure Sciences 1 Architecture, Building & Planning 1 Business and Management 1 Computer Science and IT 1 Creative Arts & Design 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 2 Law 1
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