FAQ for Accepted Students
- Visit www.cfcc.edu.
- Click on MyCFCC.
- Click on First Time User.
Log into your MyCFCC account and click on the Orientation tab. The online orientation takes around 25 minutes to complete.
You may register for courses through your MyCFCC/Webadvisor account .
CFCC does not charge tuition for high school students, but student activity, technology, and parking/security fees are charged to students. The fee total is based on the number of credits taken. Parking/security fees are not charged for online classes. Students are also responsible for purchasing textbooks. The cost of college textbooks vary, and there are used and rental options for many textbooks.
Your fees may be paid online or on campus at the Business Office.
To view your account balance, please follow these steps:
- Log into MyCFCC
- Go to Webadvisor and then Students.
- Click on View Account and Make Payments.
You may access textbook information for classes by using the Textbook Look-Up feature on the CFCC Bookstore Website or by visiting the campus bookstores.
Once your fees are paid, you may visit campus to pick up your CFCC ID and parking pass. Parking passes and CFCC ID’s are issued at the downtown Wilmington Business Office in the Union Station Building and also at the North Campus Business Office in the NA Building.
Yes! If this is your first time taking CFCC classes on campus, I encourage you to sign up to take a tour of the campus before the semester begins so that you will be familiar with the location of your classes, where to park, etc.
Financial Aid is only available to high school graduates.
- Log in MyCFCC.
- Click on Webadvisor and then Students.
- Click on Student Class Schedule Grid.
- Select Spring 2019 Semester and click Submit.
Classes will appear in My Courses when the course begins.
You are limited to courses in your pathway until you complete the pathway or graduate from high school.
Here is a link to the campus maps . SP indicates Student Parking.
Yes, tutoring is available in the CFCC Learning Lab .
Students who have a disability (ie physical, mental, learning, vision or hearing) are welcome to contact the Disability Support Services office to arrange a confidential discussion. Appointments may be scheduled by calling 910-362-7800 or walk-in appointments are welcome.
Yes. Scores must be sent officially to CFCC to award credit.
CFCC final letter grades may be found 24-48 hours after the course has ended in Webadvisor by clicking on Transcript.