Alamance Community College follows open admission policy.
On the other hand, secondary school GPA, rank, and records, admission test scores and TOEFL scores will also be important. Dual credit and advanced placements are accepted admission credits.
Transfer students are not ignored. However one should learn about the specific datelines for applications either for admission or for financial assistance from the college notice board or online by visiting the university or college directory on the state university website.
Alamance Community College was accredited by Southern Association of Colleges and Schools in 1969.
Student Services and Financial Aids
Alamance Community College offers remedial services, academic and career counseling, PT cost defraying employment, and career placement and on campus day care services. Financial assistance includes federal, state, local, and institutional grants, scholarships and student loan aids. Extensive undergraduate morning or evening classes are also available. Details of the assistances offered can be seen on the state university website.