Culinary Arts Advising Forms
NEW STUDENTS – New culinary and pastry students should attend culinary advising in-person or by Zoom to discuss culinary and pasty course eligibility before submitting the student petition for their first semester. If a student fails to submit this form, their desired culinary courses will not be unlocked for registration.
CURRENT/FORMER STUDENTS – current or former culinary/pastry students must submit a student petition each semester to have their eligible culinary courses made available for registration. If a student fails to submit this form, culinary courses will not be unlocked for registration. If you need assistance in selecting appropriate courses, we encourage you to meet with a culinary advisor for assistance.
Student Petition – Summer / Fall 2022
FOOD HANDLERS CERTIFICATE
All culinary and pastry students must submit a current Food Handlers Certificate. The certificate must be from a State Approved (Texas) course or an American National Standards Institute (ANSI) accredited course for the State of Texas. This will ensure that you have basic knowledge of food safety as you enter the lab.
Students must submit an updated certificate when their certificate expires.
Here are a few online courses to choose from:
In-person Food Handler Certification classes can be found at:
ACC ACADEMIC CALENDAR
Know all the important dates for the semester from registration to graduation application dates here.
ACC COURSE SCHEDULE
Browse upcoming course sections to plan for your semesters. View the Course Schedule here.
ACC REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Need to know when to register for classes or pay your tuition or make a payment on your installment plan? Check out ACC Registration Information page.
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CULINARY CAREER INFORMATION
Most people associate cooking as the central occupation in the culinary industry, but the industry itself is actually distinctly wide-ranging; including professional routes in several sectors, such as wine, beverage and mixology; events management; food writing; catering; food styling; research and development; product development and sourcing; public relations; corporate dining; and much more. You’ll find industry information through the following sites: