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  • Adult Student Program: What is the Adult Student Program?
    Answer: The Adult Students Program provides services and assistance to eligible adult students. Types of assistance include: Child CareTransportationTextbooksTuition ScholarshipFood pantery For more information and details about applying, ...
  • Student Life: How do I contact the Student Life department?
    Answer: Student Life is located on the Washington St campus: 2201 S Washington StCollege Union Building 003B Phone: (806) 371-5259 ...
  • New Student Orientation: How do I sign up for Badger Beginnings or New Student Orientation?
    Answer: Badger Beginnings are offered in the summer, and students and parents must pre-register by calling 806-371-5322. New Student Orientation general sessions are usually offered once a ...
  • Student Life: Where can I join an AC club?
    Answer: Visit www.actx.edu/activities for information on AC student clubs. ...
  • Library: What are the hours for the Washington St. Campus Library?
    Answer: 4th Floor Library Learning Commons (Computers and Printing)Monday—Thursday 7:30 am—8:50 pmFriday 7:30 am—4:50 pmSaturday CLOSEDSunday 2:00 pm—5:50 pm   4th Floor Circulation Desk HoursMonday—Thursday 8:30 am—6:30 pmFriday ...
  • Library: What are the hours for the West Campus Library?
    Answer: Monday thru Thursday: 1:00PM - 5:00PM For more information about the library visit www.actx.edu/library. ...
  • Testing Services: Do you offer any tests that help you make career decisions?
    Answer: Amarillo College's Career & Employment Services office offers career testing.  Under the Future Student subsection, there is a link for "What career is right for me"  ...
  • Testing Services: What test do I need to attend AC, and can I be exempted?
    Answer: Students can complete testing requirements with eligible scores from various tests. Eligible Tests: The Texas Success Initiative (TSI) ACT SAT For more information about testing requirements or details on ...
  • Testing Services: What age do you have to be to take the GED?
    Answer: Students age 19 years or older are eligible to complete the GED test. Students age 16-18 years may be eligible under certain circumstances. Contact the ...
  • Testing Services: How do I sign up to take the GED?
    Answer: You can begin the GED enrollment process by visiting our GED office or by calling 806-371-5425. GED OfficeWare Student Commons,  3rd floor Suite 3052201 S WashingtonAmarillo ...

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