The Office of Equal Opportunity Compliance collaborates with ACC’s Social Support Resource Development to share information about support services and resources for individuals and families.
Visit the Essential Resources site to find support for rent, food, housing, medical care and other family or personal needs. Resources can be sorted by county, keyword, or type of support.
ACC’s Student Advocacy Center provides specialized assistance and referrals to a select group of students who would benefit from additional assistance to overcome challenges and complete their education.
ACC Child Care offers affordable child care year-round and on-campus evening child care.
ACC Sustainable Transportation connects individuals with a variety of transportation programs.
SSRD Emergency Housing Resources lists shelters and emergency housing.
ACC Compliance Resource Guide lists free or low-cost services for legal assistance, victim advocacy and more.
View information about retirement planning at:
- ACC Retirement Programs Overview
- Comparison between a 403(b) and 457 Plan
- 403(b) Authorized Vendors
- 457 Authorized Vendors
See resources for disaster relief at:
College & Community Resource Series (CCRS) Webinars and Related Presentations
WIC Online Application
WIC Austin Locations
ATX Family Care Facebook Group
ConnectATX United Way
Equal Opportunity Compliance Presentation
The Pregnant Scholar
TEA Pregnancy Support Services (for K12 school district students)
Student Advocacy Center Presentation
ACC Child Care for Students
Workforce Solutions Child Care Provider Checklist
Volunteer Legal Services Central Texas: Provides no-cost legal advice over the phone through attorney volunteers
Texas Advocacy Project: Offers a variety of legal support services, specializing in family law and legal issues related to domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
ACC Employee Assistance Program: Full-time and part-time employees (excludes hourly workers) at the College qualify for EAP’s Advantage Legal Assist program.
- ACC Support Center
- Student Emergency Fund
- ACC Employee Emergency Fund
- Austin Mutual Aid
- Texas RioGrande Legal Aid
- COVID-19: Student Loan Relief
- Special Education Rights During COVID-19
- Filing An Insurance Claim After a Disaster
- FEMA Disaster Assistance
- SBA Disaster Loans
- Renters’ Rights After a Disaster
- Mortgage Payments After a Disaster
- Mortgage Help During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Contracting Home Repairs and Avoiding Scams
- Applying for Texas Benefits
On-Demand Education & Outreach
ACC’s online education platform for mandatory student and employee training is Get Inclusive. Students and employees must complete the assigned training through Get Inclusive to meet education requirements. The following training is for informational purposes only.
Employee Compliance Training
Student Compliance Training
The Office of Equal Opportunity Compliance is eager to partner with interested students, faculty, and staff to empower our ACC community through education. Informational programs about the college’s sexual misconduct policy and can be tailored to meet the needs and interests of audiences across the ACC District. To schedule a presentation, contact Casey Martinez, compliance education coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 512-223-7857.Back to Top