You have already submitted your application and been admitted; check further in the Admissions section for specific information about your student status and if you qualify for special programs and considerations.
Testing and Placement
Your next step is to take a series of placement tests (English, reading, mathematics) in the Testing Center located in the College Community Center
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Do you need financial assistance to help you achieve your dream of graduation? Check the Financial Aid section to see if you qualify for Federal Funds and/or for various scholarships or workstudy programs.
Academic Advisement/Program Choice: Counseling Services
AWC Offers 88 degree and certificate programs. Make an appointment with an AWC academic advisor to choose one of these programs, and learn how to "declare a major."
With the help of your advisor, your next step is to choose courses according to your placement test scores and your program requirements. This step is repeated until you complete the requirements for your degree and/or certificate program.
Individual Education Plan (IEP): Counseling Services
After you have registered for the first semester, you will need to make an appointment with your academic advisor and complete an IEP form. This form helps you to plan which courses will take on a semester to semester basis.
During the last semester in which you are completing the requirements for your program, you will need to fill out an application for graduation. For further information contact (928)344-7711.