|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Austin Community College District Students||6%||12%||35%||53%||1%||3%||0%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||2%||2%||0%|
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100% of students
I liked how affordable it was for the value of education. They also have multiple locations in the area which gives me more opportunities.
I didn't like how some of the teachers behaved, you could tell that they didn't seem to care. Also about how flakey the system was with assigning the classes.
I like how down-to-earth the teachers are, and how helpful the CAD department is with absolutely anything you have a problem with.
Most of the counselors are oblivious to all the programs the school offers. I have to go to multiple campuses between south Austin to Round Rock to get all my classes. The registration process makes you feel like a number instead of a person. They also seem to care more about getting your money than they do about getting you the right degree which sucks when you’re coming straight out of high school and have very little idea how the college system works (they also for some reason expect you to know the system anyway).
The employees are so helpful and kind.
It’s hard to make friends there.
I liked that they offer almost all courses online. You can't beat the price per class either.
The dual credit program is very appreciated. The website is easy to use and they have some of my favorite professors.
A handful of professors had no right to work in academia. The ACC office doesn't take those complaints seriously.
ACC is a great choice for low-cost tuition, however a high-quality education. ACC will get you where you need to be. They have many quality locations no matter where you live around Austin.
ACC is competitive and it may take a few applications to get into the program you are looking for.