How to Enroll
We are proud to support the educational and career goals of a broad range of students: follow the steps that best describe you to get the enrollment information you’ll need.
Our Advanced Manufacturing programs include one-year college credit certificates as well as two-year Associate Degree programs. Please note that to be eligible for certain types of financial aid, you must be enrolled in a two-year program. The steps you need to follow depend on your academic experience.
The process of enrolling in our career certificate programs in the fields of healthcare, wellness, or aesthetics is simple! In many cases you can become qualified to enter the workforce in less than a year.
After you submit your enrollment application, you will need to send an official copy of your high school transcript to our Admissions Office (if you enroll before graduating, please note we will need another official transcript once you have). A copy of your high school diploma or GED certificate also suffices as proof of high school completion. You will then need to reserve a seat for Basic Skills Assessment in math and English; learn more about Placement Tests. You will also need to meet state-mandated requirements for immunization.
Even if you do not wish to apply any previously earned college credits, you are considered a transfer student. To earn a degree or certificate from Asnuntuck Community College, transfer students must complete at least 25% of their requirements here. To Apply Previous College Credits — Complete a Transfer Credit Application Form (PDF) and then turn this form into the Admissions Office. For credit to be granted requires a passing grade of C- or better, and for the completed courses to be relevant to the curriculum of the program of study that you seek to enroll in. Request an official transcript from each institution from which you are asking for a credit evaluation. Transcripts should be sent to the Admissions Office, Asnuntuck Community College, 170 Elm Street, Enfield, CT 06082. Once your Transfer Credit Application form and official transcript is received, an Admissions staff member will complete an official transfer evaluation. All Transfer Students — Complete the enrollment process one of three ways, including the application processing fee and submitting proof of high school graduation or GED. You will then need to reserve a seat for Basic Skills Assessment in math and English (if applying previously earned credits, you may be exempt). Learn more about Placement Tests.
If You Took Classes More Than Two Years Ago — You must submit a completed Re-admit Application (PDF) to the Admissions Office. (This does not apply to former credit-free or high school dual enrollment students.) Re-admit students may have to take placement tests, submit proof of immunization, and provide proof of high school completion. Please note that some program requirements may have changed; you will need to follow current requirements. If You Were Enrolled Within 24 Months — You do not need to complete a new application. You are encouraged to meet with an advisor to review the credit you previously earned and discuss your future classes.
International students on an F-1 visa cannot enroll at Asnuntuck Community College unless they are registered at least half time at another Connecticut Community College that is SEVIS-approved. International students on a visa other than an F-1 may enroll for classes at ACC, but should consult with the Director of Admissions to verify student eligibility and enrollment status. All international students on non-immigrant visas, and non-permanent residents, will be charged out-of-state tuition and fees and are not eligible for federal or state financial aid.
First-time students, re-admit students, or new transfer students can use the online application. Additionally, you will need:
- Credit card number to pay the required $20 application fee
- Valid social security number; and
- Working email address
Connecticut State Law requires any full-time (degree-seeking and non-degree/non-matriculating) and part-time matriculating student born after December 31, 1956 to have had vaccinations against measles, mumps and rubella. Additionally, all full-time and matriculating students born outside the U.S. or born anywhere after January 1, 1980, must provide proof of immunization against varicella (chicken pox). Two (2) doses of each vaccine must be administered at least one (1) month apart to insure adequate immunization. Download the Immunization Form.