Choose which type of student you are, then click on the heading for that admissions process.
(After reading the process, you will find the button to apply at the bottom of that page.)
The College Transfer track is for students who plan to transfer to a four-year institution when they complete their studies at CFCC. Students graduating from the Transfer programs are awarded an Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Science (AS), or Associate in Fine Arts (AFA) degree. For more information, visit the College Transfer Program web page.
CFCC offers 12 health science programs from which to choose. Students interested in nursing, dental assisting, dental hygiene, occupational therapy, pharmacy technology, phlebotomy, radiography, sonography, or surgical technology are awarded an Associate in Applied Science (AAS). These programs are selective enrollment and have additional admissions criteria and include a math requirement.
The honors program is designed to offer high achieving and highly motivated students a unique educational opportunity that will challenge them to expand their experience at Cape Fear Community College.
Honors courses begin in Fall 2014.
The Vocational/Technical track is for students who complete coursework leading to a broad range of vocational and technical careers. Students graduating from the Vocational/Technical programs are awarded an Associate in Applied Science (AAS), Associate in General Education (AGE), Diploma, or Certificate. For more information on the various programs offered, visit the Academic Department web page and learn more about each of the programs offered.
A Special Credit student is a part-time student taking class(es) to transfer back to a home institution or for personal interest. These students must satisfy any pre-requisites with placement testing or official post-secondary transcripts. Financial aid benefits are not available for Special Credit students.
The Career and College Promise program is designated specifically for current high school students and offers three pathways designed to give motivated high school students a head start on college and career training. Pathways include Career Technical, College Transfer, and Cooperative Innovative High School (Early College).
CFCC does not issue the necessary document (I-20) to obtain the F, J, or M student visas. Most visas are acceptable for admission with the exception of tourist visas, B1 and B2. Official transcripts of high school and all colleges attended must be submitted for admission to most programs. All transcripts must be translated and evaluated. Contact the Director of Enrollment Management at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.