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State-specific ACM Notes

Florida
The state of Florida limits ACM access to graduate programs only.

Georgia
The state of Georgia is not processing requests from its residents to have new programs added to the ACM inventory at out-of-state institutions. Georgia residents may only select programs currently approved at other institutions. States may continue to request access to programs currently listed as part of the ACM at Georgia institutions. The state of Georgia does not include "mode of delivery" as a determinant for program eligibility for state residents.

Louisiana
The state of Louisiana does not include “mode of delivery” as a determinant of program eligibility for state residents.

Maryland
The State of Maryland has a strict ACM application deadline policy. The following ACM deadlines are firm and cannot be appealed:

  • Fall semester – June 30th
  • Spring semester – November 30th
  • Summer semester – March 31st

Mississippi
The state of Mississippi limits the eligibility of Mississippi residents participating in the ACM program to those enrolled in degree programs on a full-time basis. Full-time enrollment status will be based on the host institution's definition. The state of Mississippi does not include "mode of delivery" as a determinant of program eligibility for state residents.

North Carolina
Effective of the General Assembly of North Carolina’s Appropriations Act of 2011, North Carolina’s participation in the ACM, as both a sender and a receiver of students, ended.

South Carolina
The state of South Carolina limits the eligibility of South Carolina residents participating in the ACM program to those enrolled in degree programs on a full-time basis. Full-time enrollment status will be based on the host institution's definition. The state of South Carolina does not include "mode of delivery" as a determinant of program eligibility for state residents. The following South Carolina institutions do not participate in the ACM program:

  • The Citadel
  • College of Charleston
  • Francis Marion University
  • University of South Carolina-Beaufort

Texas
The state of Texas limits ACM access to graduate programs only.

Virginia
The following Virginia institutions do not participate in the ACM program:

  • George Mason University
  • James Madison University
  • University of Mary Washington
  • University of Virginia
  • Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Virginia Military Institute

For institution-specific ACM notes, please visit your state’s
higher education agency website at State Contacts.