SANFORD - It's time to apply for fall classes at Central Carolina Community College. Classes begin on Aug. 15.
Central Carolina Community College offers a variety of programs of study allowing students to earn a degree, diploma, or certificate.
Programs are available in the following categories: Agriculture and Renewable Energy, Business Technologies, Cosmetic Arts, Engineering Technologies, Health Technologies, Industrial Technologies, Information Technologies, Public Service and Commercial Technologies, Public Safety, and Transportation System Technologies. In addition, there are educational opportunities in Accelerated Pathways, Short-Term Job Training Options, and University Transfer.
Perhaps you're interested in Building Construction Technology. Business Administration. Cosmetology. Laser and Photonics Technology. Health Information Technology. Health and Fitness Science. Welding Technology. Office Administration. Broadcasting Production Technology. Basic Law Enforcement Training. Automotive Systems Technology. The choices are varied.
Learn more about the programs of study offered at www.cccc.edu/programs.
To register for a program, contact an admissions counselor at CCCC's Chatham Campus at 919-545-8025 or 919-545-8028, Harnett Campus at 910-814-8863, or Lee Campus at 919-718-7300.
For more details, visit www.cccc.edu/apply. Last chance registration day will be Tuesday, Aug. 9, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the CCCC main campuses in Pittsboro, Lillington, and Sanford.
In addition, explore an array of non-credit, community courses, including high school completion, personal enrichment, professional development, and small business centers, through CCCC's Economic & Community Development Division.
View the fall schedule online at www.cccc.edu/ecd/schedule. For more information, call the Student Support Center at 919-718-7500.
Central Carolina Community College fall classes begin on Aug. 15.