If you have been away from school for a few years, applying to college may seem overwhelming. Don’t worry! We have trained admission counselors ready to help you through the entire admission process. They will work with you to understand your goals and find the program that is right for you. They’ll also answer any questions you may have about online learning.
For more information on the application process, click here for how to apply. Or to access our online application, click here. For other questions or to receive application support, contact an admissions counselor.
Six starts a year
Unlike most traditional schools that only have two semesters a year, The American Women’s College has six accelerated sessions per year. These accelerated six week sessions start in September, November, January, February, April and June. That means you can start at any time of the year. And if you can’t start in one session, you can always defer to the next.
The only real requirement is that you have graduated from high school.
Our credits cost only $400 each. You need 120 credits to graduate. That means you can get a diploma for as little as $48,000. (That’s what many colleges charge for just one year!) And once you consider transferable credits, scholarships and grants, it could cost significantly less than that.
Credit for work & volunteer service
You are eligible to receive credits for college level learning gained through experience. Eligibility for Prior Learning Credits is determined on an individual basis. The type of experience that is usually eligible for credit is:
- Certification, licenses and training programs
- Attendance at seminars, workshops and conferences
- Experiences in professional fields, travel and volunteerism
If you are interested in earning Prior Learning Credits, please contact the Admissions Office to speak with a counselor.
We will discuss your experience with you to determine the documentation that you will need to provide along with your application.