CACC Enrollment Steps
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All prospective students must complete an application for admissions. Click here for guidelines for submitting appropriate identification documents with your application.
Documents required to complete your admission file should be official. Please note if the needed document listed above is a High School Transcript, the transcript must include the graduation date. Official transcripts may be mailed or emailed electronically (via eScrip, Credentials, National Clearinghouse) to email@example.com . We cannot accept scanned PDF copies.
Apply at www.cacc.edu/scholarships. Scholarship applicants are required to complete a FASFA application.
(if applicable) First time degree seeking students may be required to take the placement test unless the following requirements are met in English and Mathematics: • ACT sub-score of 18 or higher in respective subject OR • High School GPA of 2.75 or higher and at least a B grade in English IV for English placement or Algebra II for college level math placement within the last five years For Accuplacer placement test schedule click on https://www.cacc.edu/services/testing-center/accuplacer/Accuplacer%20Testing%20Dates.pdf
First time freshmen must attend the CACC Connect, pre-college orientation. To register for a session, click on www.cacc.edu/connect.
After seeing an advisor or attending CACC Connect, you may register online on the dates/times specified in the College Catalog. Visit OneACCS for additional information.
Tuition and fees must be paid by the published date on the College website. Payments may be made in the Cashier’s Office on the Alexander City Campus or Childersburg Campus or online on your MyCACC.
Student IDs and parking decals are required and may be obtained in the Library in Alexander City or Childersburg or at the Student Services Office in Pratt’s Mill Center or Talladega Center. You must bring your class schedule, ID (driver’s license or high school ID), and vehicle tag registration.
You must attend the first day of each of your classes, or you will be deleted from the class roster as a “no-show.” For online classes, you must login to Blacbkboard on the day the term begins and complete the attendance verification assignment.