Our Services

Services offered at AIC

Educational Information
GED/HSE Information
Two-Year Colleges
Four-Year Colleges
Trade and Technical Schools

Academic Advising
Assist in selection of post-secondary education.
Help with filling out admissions application.
Help with course selection

Financial Aid Advising
FAFSA Completion
Federal and State Financial Aid Information
Scholarship information and search

Career Counseling
Assist with career planning
Administer career/interest assessments

Financial Literacy Education
Creating a Workable Budget
Money Management tips

Rehab Defaulted Student Loan Assistance
Assist with the process to get you back on track to be eligible for federal student aid in the future.

Community Resources
Provide resources to community agencies for services EOC is unable to provide.

Tutoring – call for schedule
GED and other Test Prep

AICC is part of the TRIO funding through the United States Department of Education.

The agency provides precollege support to Middle and High School students from select Charlotte Mecklenburg schools – Educational Talent Search and Upward Bound. Adult participants are also provided pre-college support in three counties- Gaston, Mecklenburg and Union in our Educational Opportunity Center.

Academic Institute of Central Carolina provides a menu of services in all three TRIO programs.

Services are comprehensive and include the following:

  • Academic support to ensure graduation from high school or completion of a GED program
  • Assistance completing FAFSA and financial literacy
  • Free Tutoring
  • College Tours
  • Supplemental instruction
  • Assistance to enroll or re-enroll in college and college level program
Please review each program for specific services per program.

All services are FREE
AICC Trio programs are 100% federally funded by the U. S. Department of Education for eligible families seeking completion of secondary school and enrollment in higher education. 


Academic Institute of Central Carolina(AICC) is a non-profit agency founded in 2011 that provides academic support to residents in three counties. The agency is located in Charlotte, North Carolina. It is currently funded by the United States Department of Education and has three TRIO programs. The three TRIO programs currently funded are Educational Talent Search (ETS), Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) and Upward Bound (UB).
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