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Computer and Wireless Access
You can find wireless internet connections at the following ACC campus locations:
- Besser Technical Center Commons
- Lumberjack Shack
- Park Arena
- The Student Services Center
- Van Lare Hall Student Lounge
- Oscoda Campus Student Lounge
To access the wireless internet with your laptop, make sure your wireless card or device is turned on and select ACC Public as your wireless connection.
Student Open Computer Labs
Stephen H. Fletcher Library/AV Learning Resources Center
Center Building, Room 111
The Student Services Center
Van Lare Hall, Room 101
Americans with Disabilities Act
Alpena Community College policies and practices for admission, employment and activities comply with requirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and Title II of the Americans with Disability Act of 1990; ACC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age or disability. For more information, contact the Title IX, Section 504, the Age Discrimination Act and Title II coordinator: Carolyn Daoust, VLH 102, (989) 358-7211.
Requesting Disability Services
It is important to understand that in the post secondary learning environment, a potential student must establish that they are otherwise qualified by meeting the academic and technical standards required for admission. Services to accommodate a disability cannot alter the content of a class.
Prior to requesting Disability Services at Alpena Community College (ACC), an individual must:
- Be officially admitted to ACC
- Complete placement-testing requirements
After completing the above requirements, an individual requesting Disability Services must:
- Make their disability known. An interview may be scheduled by contacting the Dean of Students;
- Provide disability documentation that meets standards set by Alpena Community College.
Additional information regarding the purpose of, and general guidelines for, disability documentation.
More detailed information about ACC’s Disability Services policies and procedures is available in the Access for Students with Disabilities publication: Students With Disabilities
For more information on your rights and responsibilities as you prepare for a post secondary education, visit http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/transition.html.
Enrolling in Online Classes FAQ
Follow the link for information to help you prepare for taking an online course at Alpena Community College. Enrolling in Online Classes FAQs
ACC offers two dining locations on campus; The Lumberjack Shack in the Besser Technical Center and Food For Thought in Van Lare Hall. Breakfast, lunch and specialty items are available from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Fridays. Meal plans are available; see the food service cashier. Catering services are also available. For more information call: 989.358.7216
Help and Support for Online Learners
Alpena Community College offers various support options for students taking classes at a distance or online.
Are you ready for Online Learning? Take a Self-Assessment
Do you have the technology requirements to take online classes? Find out HERE
What does an online class look like? Take the Online Learning Orientation HERE
Need to access Blackboard? Learn about Blackboard HERE
Stephen H. Fletcher Library
Located in the Newport Center Building, the Library and A-V areas provide intellectual access to recorded knowledge and information consistent with the present and anticipated teaching and research responsibilities of Alpena Community College. The Alpena Community College academic library collection is generally most suitable for adult use; those obtaining library cards must be a student at ACC or its University Center, or be a non-student at least 18 years old.
Student Services Center
Alpena Community College students can come to The Student Services Center for the help they need to succeed! All services are FREE! Follow the link to the Student Services Center for more information.
Thinking about transferring to a four-year university? Check out the Transfer Information page for resources to help you plan for a successful transfer.
Want to get involved? The Volunteer Center can match you with a program and help you get started.
Students can use WebAdvisor to schedule courses, check grades, pay tuition, and more! Read more about WebAdvisor here.