College Transfer Pathways

Get a head start on college classes that transfer to a four-year college or university!  Qualified juniors and seniors have the opportunity to earn up to a year of tuition-free, college transfer credit in the following pathways:

College Transfer Pathway-Associate of Arts

College Transfer Pathway-Associate of Science

Admissions Requirements

To be accepted into this program, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a high school junior or senior when CFCC classes begin;
  • Have a weighted high school GPA of 3.0 or higher;
  • Demonstrate college readiness in English, Reading, and Math on a college placement test. See chart below.

To qualify for acceptance to a College Transfer Pathway, Students must meet required cutoff scores for all subjects.  Students may qualify for admission using a combination of test scores.

 

    STATE APPROVED CUTOFF SCORES FOR APPROVED COLLEGE READINESS TESTS
 

 

Subject

 

 

PLAN

 

PSAT

2013 and

2014

 

PSAT

2015 and 2016

 

 

ACT

 

 

SAT

 

 

Accuplacer

 

 

NC DAP (CFCC Placement test)

 

English

 

15

 

45

 

26

 

18

 

500

86 Sentence Skills  

 

151

 

Reading

 

18

 

47

 

26

 

22

 

500

 

80 Reading

 

Math

 

19

 

47

 

 

24.5

 

22

 

500

55 on Arithmetic and

75 on Elem. Algebra

 

7 or higher on DMA 010 through 060.

Potential CCP students may register online to take the CFCC College Placement Test(NC DAP) at http://cfcc.edu/testing. Potential CCP applicants should enter CCP instead of CFCC ID numbers when registering for test sessions.

Application Process

The deadline for Fall 2016 applications is April 1, 2016.

Download the CCP College Transfer Application here.

Traditional high school students may turn in completed printed applications to their high school career counselors or guidance counselors. Home school students may submit printed applications, along with high school transcripts and test scores, to CFCC Admissions, attention to Brian Weeks.

Traditional high school students may visit their high school career counselors for more information.  Home school students may contact Brian Weeks at (910) 362-7115 or bweeks@cfcc.edu for more information.

A Home School Information Session has been scheduled for February 25, 2016 at 2pm in L107 for interested home school students and family.

 


Contact Information

Brian D. Weeks
Lead Educational Partnerships Liaison
Phone: (910) 362-7115
Email

Kate J. Santhuff
Educational Partnerships Liaison
Phone: (910) 362-7594
Email