Former Students

  1. step 1

    Complete your NC Residency Determination

    To determine if you will be charged in-state or out-of-state tuition, all applicants are required to complete the North Carolina Residency Determination before completing a college application.

    Get more tips to ensure an accurate residency determination.

  2. step 2

    Complete Map: Embark Assessment

    Complete the MAP: Embark Assessment. The MAP: Embark Assessment (opens in a new window) will match your interests and abilities to academic programs here at CCCC.

    When you meet with your Education Navigator (Step 6), 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. If you complete a paper application, please return it to the Student Records & Registrar in person or mail to the address below:

    Student Records & Registrar
    Central Carolina Community College
    1105 Kelly Drive
    Sanford, NC 27330

    Please be aware that some programs will have additional admissions requirements to be admitted into the specific academic program.

  4. step 4

    Complete your FAFSA and Apply for Scholarships

    Apply for Financial Aid (annually)!

    Review the Financial Aid application steps and submit the FAFSA. Our FAFSA school code is 005449. The financial aid process can take 2-3 weeks for review of eligibility and take up to six weeks for a Professional Judgment request before you receive notice of eligibility.

    Apply for Scholarships

    Visit the scholarships website to learn about additional funding options.

    Did You Know?

    Deferred Payment Plans are available for fall and spring semesters! Payment option information is available on the Business Office webpage.

  5. step 5

    Submit Official Transcripts and Placement Test Scores

    Transcripts

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

    High School Transcripts

    Please provide an official high school transcript*, GED®, HSE, or adult high school diploma with the graduation date.

    High School Seniors

    High school seniors will need to send another official transcript after graduation with a posted graduation date.

    Homeschool Students

    The homeschool administrator must provide proof that the homeschool is certified by the North Carolina Department of Non-Public Instruction and standardized test scores.

    **If you will be graduating from one of our three county service area high schools, do not forget to complete your Central Carolina Promise (K14) Interest Form.**

    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. Please note that CCCC cannot process requests for GED transcripts.

    College Transcripts

    If you have attended another college(s), please submit official college transcripts*.

    *A transcript is official when it is received by the college directly from the issuing institution in a sealed envelope or when sent electronically from a secure third-party document provider to admissions@cccc.edu. Homeschool transcripts require documentation of NCDNPE registration and two years of nationally standardized testing to be official.

    NOTE: All transcripts must be submitted if you are pursuing a competitive admissions program or if you are using veterans' benefits.

    Placement Test Scores

    Please submit any placement test scores received within the last ten years. CCCC accepts SAT, ACT, Asset, Compass, Accuplacer, NCDAP, and NROC's EdReady test scores. If you graduated high school in the last 10 years, your official high school transcript can be used to place you; however, prior placement test scores may qualify you at a higher level.

  6. step 6

    Attend New Student Orientation & Meet with an Education Navigator

    Register for New Student Orientation and meet with an Education Navigator for an initial advising and registration appointment to build your first semester schedule. Your Education Navigator will also connect you to important college resources and services and help you get started on your goals at CCCC.

    You can connect with an Education Navigator by making an appointment, connect via our Virtual Office, or by walk-in visit in-person at one of our three main campuses.