3110 Mustang Rd
For sixty years, Alvin Community College has been preparing students to take that next step in life-whether to an upper-division college or university or to a rewarding career. ACC's mission is to provide high quality education programs and services that are affordable and accessible. Supported by the community, a dedicated faculty and staff fulfill this mission through their commitment to student achievement, life-long learning, academic excellence and the use of current technology.
Whether you just left high school and are joining many friends here, or you are coming to college after having been away from school for some time, I am certain you will find Alvin Community College an exciting place to realize your dreams. On behalf of the faculty and staff, let me extend a most cordial welcome to the college campus.
Welcome to Alvin Community College. If you are ready to begin the admission process, simply follow our Steps to Getting Started .
Not sure about a career or college major? Take advantage of our Career Services to explore your options and find the best match for your personality and goals.
Do you need financial help to go to college? We encourage you to visit the Financial Aid section.
Advising & Testing
The Advising Office is here to offer help in choosing a major, transferring courses, college orientation, and much more. And, we are dedicated to helping you succeed. We encourage you to stay in touch with us and stop by any time you have a question or need a listening ear.
Requesting a Transcript for Admissions
Transcripts are official documents that list all coursework completed at the high school, college or university you attend. Colleges and universities use your transcript(s) to verify eligibility to enroll in courses at their institution. There are two types of transcripts available to students.
Unofficial transcripts are issued directly from the college or university to the student. These transcripts can be used for your personal files, or when you meet with a college academic advisor.
Official transcripts are sent directly from one institution to another institution in a sealed envelope. Or, the transcript can be given by hand to the student in a sealed institutional envelope. It is important that the envelope not be opened by anyone except the recipient college or university. Otherwise, it is considered an "unofficial transcript."
Your official transcripts from high school or other colleges/universities become part of your official file at Alvin Community College and cannot be returned. When applying for admission, all required official transcripts must be on file by the end of your first semester unless otherwise noted.
Have your official transcripts sent to:
Alvin Community College
Enrollment Services Center
3110 Mustang Road
Alvin, Texas 77511
8 am – 7pm Mon, Tues
8 am - 5pm Wed, Thur, Fri
Enrollment Services Center (ESC)
Building A, Room 100
Residency Statement: When students are admitted, their residency is based on answers to the application's Core Residency questions and supporting documentation. Tuition is based on this classification. To obtain information on what constitutes district or state residency, please refer to the current catalog or visit the Enrollment Services Center.
College life is more than academic. Being involved in campus clubs and organizations can be a wonderful opportunity to gain leadership skills, meet new people and provide service to the college and the community. You also gain valuable experiences that are needed in applying for scholarships or jobs.
Find an activity that you would enjoy. Join a club, play on a team, or run for an election!
Clubs & Organizations
Interested in getting involved in campus life? Take a moment to explore the variety of clubs open to Alvin Community College students.
Throughout the year Student Activities sponsors great programs for ACC students including:
- Annual Party on the Patio Back to School Bash
- ACC Club Social
- Sports Tournaments
- Constitution Day
- Annual Student Leadership Conference
- Fall and Spring Alcohol and Drug Awareness Weeks
- President's Forum
- Study Skills Workshops
- Job Readiness Week
Student Activities also hosts annual community events including:
- ACC Fall Festival
- ACC Night of Big Band Music
ACC has several areas to get involved. Review an item from the list below that meets your needs or may be of interest to you! To search the ACC website for an item, Enter Here=>
News & Information
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Police & Emergency Information
The Alvin Community College Police Department's primary goal is to provide a safe environment for all persons who use the campus. The department is staffed with police officers who are commissioned by the State of Texas and are charged with the responsibility of receiving, investigating, and reporting all criminal activities.
Department policies require that officers immediately respond to, and investigate any criminal offenses or incidents. All investigations that involve students or employees are reported to the appropriate offices for disciplinary action. The College Police Department also provides a variety of services to students and employees, such as motor assists, first aid, lost and found, information, escorts and other services.
Facilities Management / Physical Plant Department