Due to the high volume of students that we have during the registration period, emails and/or voicemails to the Advising Center and all academic advisors will have a 48 hour turn around. To expedite your process, please provide us with your AC student ID number. For immediate assistance please stop by in-person to see your academic advisor.
Amarillo College considers academic advising essential to student success. Academic advisors, and specialists in the Advising Center, can answer general questions over the phone. To provide you with a comprehensive advising/greenlight session, we recommend an in-person session. If you are a distance education student, and need to be advised/greenlighted for registration, please contact your advisor via email. General Studies majors can contact Melodie Graves at firstname.lastname@example.org or 806-371-5995 to setup a Skype academic advising session.
You must be registered for classes prior to the first class meeting. There is no late registration. Before registering for credit courses, all new students and those on academic probation must meet with an academic advisor to be green-lighted/cleared for registration/or registered for courses.
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Advising Center Business Hours
Monday: 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday-Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Summer hours begin Monday, May 13th, 2019
Monday: 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday-Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
During peak times hours may vary.
Click on the Who is My Advisor? link on the left menu to find your advisor, their contact information, or make appointments online. Appointments are recommended.
Student Service Center, Suite 130
Washington Street Campus
Meeting With an Advisor
Academic advisors are available to meet with you throughout the year – not just at registration time. If you are Undecided or a General Studies major, contact the Advising Center or if you have selected a major, contact your Major Advisor.
Most importantly, during peak advising times (just before and during registration), it's best to meet with an advisor in person or to be greenlighted via email visit Ask An Advisor.
Be prepared BEFORE your advising appointment. You read the AC Catalog online or by picking up a printed Course Guide in the Advising Center.
Please have your admission process completed before seeing your advisor. Here is how to complete this process: Admissions
Returning & New Students:
- Read your college catalog. This will help you to know how Amarillo College works and the requirements for earning your degree.
- Develop your academic guided pathway. Knowing this, helps you to achieve your goals.
- Have questions ready for your advisor.
How to Register for Academic Classes using Student Planning
The goal of the Advising Department is to help students identify their goals, and to help students achieve those goals. As a returning, current, or prospective student, it's important to build a relationship with an academic advisor. An advisor can help you create an academic guided pathway which will aid you in earning your degree.
An advisor can assist you in other ways, as well. They can help you with the following:
- Choose the degree, (Associate in Arts or in Science or in Applied Science) or a Certificate offered at Amarillo College that will best meet your goals.
- Plan to transfer to another college or university.
- Learn about other resources to help achieve your academic goal, such as tutoring or study skills workshops.
- Advise on how to raise your GPA if you are on academic probation.
Want to learn more about a specific academic program at Amarillo College, for instance teaching or auto tech? Are you wanting to be a doctor, social worker or accountant? Having trouble during the semester? If yes, meeting with an advisor can be simple.
Knowing the career path you want to take can make it easier to decide which courses and programs are right for you. Or you may need a job to get you through college. Visit Career & Employment Services to help chart your future.
The AC Common Reader program announces Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford as the 2016-2017 Common Reader selection. Incoming students may obtain a book in the bookstore or by contacting Courtney Milleson at 806.371.5427 or email@example.com
The Adult Students Program provides financial assistance to students who qualify through tuition scholarships, childcare, transportation (gas reimbursement), and a text lending program.
Our goal is to provide as much information as possible for employees and students to be able to access campus and community resources when needed.
The Success Center offers TSI Quick Reviews are designed to facilitate students' appropriate placement and movement through developmental courses at Amarillo College. All students that place below college-level in the areas of reading, writing, and writing are advised in the Success Center.
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