CFCC offers many services to our students. From the Learning Lab, and Library, to the Career Connections Job Board and Bookstore, we strive to make our students’ lives easier and more productive.
Academic advising is a process in which students seek and receive guidance with academic program planning and course selection from an assigned faculty advisor.
The mission of Career Services is to encourage and assist students and graduates in the continuous process of career planning, career decision-making, planning for marketability and job search.
The Counseling Services Staff is dedicated to providing current and prospective students with an enriching college experience whether you are a full-time or part-time student.
The main office of Disability Support Services is located in Room U-218 in the Union Station Building at the Wilmington Campus.
To determine financial need, students must first apply for financial aid. Many students / families mistakenly think they do not qualify for aid. There are a few sources of aid, such as Unsubsidized and PLUS loans that are available regardless of need.
Admission requirements and information for health sciences programs
The Records/Registration Office assists students with registration, and dropping or adding classes. We also issue official transcripts, and process enrollment verifications, applications for graduation (on WebAdvisor), and address or name changes
Testing Services manages the placement entry assessment program, administers GED testing for Continuing Education, and the Psychological Service Bureau (PSB) test for students applying for certain Health Science programs at CFCC.
Veterans Services information can be obtained on the Veterans Services website.
The Learning Lab offers a place for students to work on computer assignments, prepare for placement tests, receive one-on-one tutoring from instructional facilitators or student tutors, and much more.
Learning Resource Center (Library)
The Learning Resource Center (LRC) is CFCC’s Library. Students are able to check out books and videos, study, perform research, and browse periodicals. The LRC is also home to CFCC’s Media Center, and TV Studio.
The Minority Male Mentoring (3M) Leadership Initiative Program is designed to provide strategies aimed to improve the retention and transition of minority males into college level coursework.
The mission of the Office of Student Affairs (OSA) is to offer a student centered, holistic approach to overall student development and empower the Cape Fear Community College (CFCC) student to develop competencies which will ensure academic success and ultimately serve long term educational and career aspirations.