The ACM includes both baccalaureate and graduate-level degree programs. Programs are selected by the participating institutions and are subject to change. In addition, some states and colleges restrict ACM access.
First professional degree programs, such as dentistry, law, medicine, optometry, and pharmacy, are not offered in the ACM and cannot be requested.
Your eligibility for the ACM is dependent on your enrollment status, which is determined by the institution you are attending. You must be accepted as a degree-seeking student in the specified major. Non-degree, diploma, certificate, or continuing education programs are not eligible for ACM consideration. Independent study, individualized majors, and other arranged or negotiated programs of study are also not eligible for the ACM. Your program must be one with a defined and published curriculum structure.
Institutions that do not classify undergraduate students as degree-seeking in a major until a fixed point in their studies (e.g., sophomore or junior year) may elect to accept ACM students as first-year students or only at the point official acceptance into a major occurs. The decision is at the discretion of the institution and may vary among different disciplines.
In addition, students must meet the ACM requirements of the college they are attending, which may include full-time enrollment and maintaining a specified GPA.
If you do not find your program of study and it is not offered at a public college in Delaware, please contact the Delaware ACM Coordinator. Participating colleges will sometimes add a program upon request.