Each type of student requires different steps for admission.
Curriculum Education (credit)
Curriculum Education (credit) courses apply towards degree, diploma, or a certificate program. Curriculum Education may also qualify for transfer college credit to four-year colleges or universities.
View the choices in the gray navigation bar at the left to select the information you require. If you are interested in enrolling in a credit program and prefer a graphic presentation, choose the enrollment map below and follow the path that best suits you.
If you’re ready to complete an enrollment application right now, log into the College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC) from the button below. If you do not already have an account, creating one takes just a couple of minutes.
Note: The state requires students to submit evidence of residency status when completing a college application. Students should use the Residency Determination Service (RDS) to complete a determination.
Continuing Education (noncredit)
Continuing Education (noncredit) courses are for those who wish to train, retrain, and update vocational skills, or for those who seek personal growth by developing or new skills. More information can be found in the Continuing Education section.
If your education stopped short of receiving your high school diploma, visit the College and Career Readiness section. If you are a current high school student looking for an alternative to high school, view High School Options.
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