Academic Common Market
The Academic Common Market (ACM) is a cooperative tuition-reduction agreement among 16 Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) states. The program enables Kentucky students who are interested in an academic program not offered at a public/state-funded university in Kentucky to pay in-state tuition at participating public/state-funded colleges and universities.
ACM Contact Information:
KY ACM Coordinator Kim Arington,
Council on Postsecondary Education
To find answers to questions, to post questions, to submit an application/documentation, or to send email to the Kentucky ACM Coordinator, visit the CPE Online Support Center.
ACM Residency Determination Applications
NOTE: 2015 applications require 2014 income tax filings
- Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority
- SREB States
- Florida - graduate level only
- North Carolina - graduate level only
Effective November 2, 2011 and until further notice, North Carolina will add no new degree programs to the ACM inventory. Nor will North Carolina be able to approve any certifications for student beginning study after academic year 2011-12.
- South Carolina
- Texas - graduate level only
- West Virginia