Former Students

  1. step 1

    Complete your NC Residency Determination

    All applicants are required to complete the North Carolina Residency Determination. Residency determination establishes if students will be charged in-state or out-of-state tuition. You must complete the NC Residency Determination before completing a college application.

  2. step 2

    Complete Map: Embark Assessment

    Complete the MAP: Embark Assessment. The MAP: Embark Assessment will match your interests and abilities to academic programs here at CCCC.

    When you meet with your Admissions Specialist, they will review your MAP: Embark Assessment results with you to make sure you are on the right path.

  3. step 3

    Apply to CCCC

    Complete your application online, download a print version, call (800) 682-8353 to have an application mailed to you, or visit any CCCC Campus to pick up an application. Return to Student Services in person or mail to the address below:

    Admissions Office
    Central Carolina Community College
    1105 Kelly Drive
    Sanford, NC 27330

    Please be aware that some programs will require additional admissions requirements to be admitted into the specific academic program. Please see Office of Admissions in order to meet with the appropriate Admissions Specialist.

  4. step 4

    Submit Official Transcripts

    Transcripts must be sent to CCCC directly from the high school and/or previous college(s) you attended.

    Contact your high school and/or any previous colleges you attended to send official transcripts directly to the Admissions Office.

    Central Carolina Community College does not process requests for GED transcripts. If you earned a GED in North Carolina, you can request a copy of your GED transcript by completing the North Carolina Community Colleges GED Office form and mailing or faxing it to the NC GED office.

    If you are a home school student, the home school administrator must provide proof that the home school is certified by the North Carolina Department of Non-Public Instruction and standardized test scores.

  5. step 5

    Contact an Admissions Specialist

    All students will meet with an Admissions Specialist for an initial advising and registration appointment to build their first semester schedule. Please navigate to the Admissions Specialist website to contact your Admissions Specialist and make an appointment. If you can't make it to campus, we are happy to schedule a meeting via phone or virtual conferencing.

    For questions, contact us:

    1. Chatham County: (919) 545-8025 or (919) 545-8028
    2. Harnett County: (910) 814-8827, 8867
    3. Lee County: (919) 718-7300
    4. Distance Education: (919) 718-7300
  6. step 6

    Pay tuition and fees by the Deadline

    Apply for Financial Aid (annually) - Students interested in financial aid assistance should review the Financial Aid application steps and submit the FAFSA.

    Apply for Scholarships - Scholarships are funds that may be based on merit and/or need.

    Deferred Payment Plans are available. Payment options information is available on the Business Office webpage.