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Academic Resources

At The American Campus, our first priority is student success. From admissions support to academic and career advising, we will be with you every step of the way.

Administrators, faculty, and staff at TAC are selected because of their commitment and passion for education. We provide an unrivaled academic experience that not only prepares and qualifies you for employment, but for success in life.

Please contact any member of the faculty, staff or administration and let us know how we can help.


Links:      Academic Programs

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                 Digital Library Resources

                 Technology Resources

Academic and Career Advisement

Advisors are an important part of your educational experience. They’ll assist you from the beginning to the end of your time at TAC in the following ways:

  • understanding the sequence of classes and class requirements
  • avoiding and overcoming academic problems
  • identifying activities and experiences that will expand your educational experience

We encourage new and prospective students to meet with an advisor as one of the first steps of their educational experiences. All students should continue to work closely with their advisor(s) throughout their time at TAC to receive help and guidance.  

The Advising Center is located on the bottom floor of the TAC building at:      

The American Campus
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American Degrees

American universities offer prestigious and useful university degrees because of the rigor of the education and the quality of the material and instruction.  

A Bachelor’s degree is the traditional degree given by American colleges and universities. It normally requires at least four years of full-time study.  A bachelor’s degree prepares graduates for entrance into the workforce or for progression toward a higher degree or certification.  This degree focuses on both breadth (general education courses which give students introductory knowledge in several subjects) and depth (courses which concentrate study in one area, called a major).

A Master’s degree is given in a specialized field and generally requires an additional 1-2 years of full-time study beyond a bachelor’s degree.

A Certification Program prepares students to do one particular aspect of a field of study and may be completed at several points during an educational career. Certificate programs vary in length and depend upon the number of courses required.

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