About CCCC

Student Services

The purpose of Student Services is to assist students with various aspects of their education from admissions through graduation and job placement.

More specifically, Student Services handles admissions, testing, counseling, registration and records, financial aid, veterans' benefits assistance, job placement, career counseling, assistance to the disabled, transfer assistance, and coordination of student activities.

CCCC is interested in your success and offers many student services, including the following:

Tutoring: Free tutors are available through the Academic Assistance Center on all campuses.

Career Opportunities: Study career opportunities, create an up-to-date resume, and do job searches in the Career Center.

Counseling: Academic counseling as well as counseling with minor life adjustment problems available in the Student Services Office.

Student Activities: See the Student Activities Director in the Student Center on the Lee Main Campus for information about student activities including sports, SGA, activity days, contests, etc.

Library Services: The library staff can help with all types of research. Ask for assistance at the library desk. Check library hours for your campus.

Students with Disabilities: The Special Populations Coordinator in Student Services on the Lee Main Campus will assist you. Call (919) 718-7416 or 1-800-682-8353, ext. 7416 for information or to set an appointment.

Financial Aid: Many kinds of financial aid are available. See the Financial Aid Administrator at your campus.

Open Computer Lab: The Academic Assistance Center has open labs to help you to complete assignments, practice course competencies, access on-line distance education course materials and assignments, and practice certification testing. See the Academic Assistance Center on your campus for weekday and weekend hours.

Listening Lab: Foreign language listening stations are available in the Academic Assistance Center. Hours are posted at each campus.

Writing & Reading Center: Writing is a process that leads to a product, and from a beginning writer to a seasoned veteran, we can all learn more and make our writing better. Writing & Reading Center.

Title IX Coordinator: Heather Willett (hwillett@cccc.edu, (919) 718-7235