First, complete your North Carolina Residency Determination. This establishes whether you’ll pay in-state or out-of-state tuition. Once completed, you will be assigned a Residency Certification Number (RCN). Save this number! You’ll need it for the CFCC admission application.
As a transfer student, if you are currently enrolled or previously attended a North Carolina college or university, please review this information:
If you have a valid residency status that will not expire before the term you wish to enroll begins, you do not need to complete the residency process again. You can use your current/valid residency certification number for CFCC enrollment. If this is the case, proceed to step two, the admissions application. If your residency certification will expire before the term you wish to enroll begins, please continue with the residency application and renew your residency status.
If you are under the age of 25, you will most likely need to complete residency with a parent or legal guardian.
Need access to a computer, scanner, or fax machine? Visit CFCC Enrollment Center at the downtown campus.
If your residency tuition classification changes and you need CFCC to update your student record, please email email@example.com . Remember to include your RCN number in any correspondence.
For additional information about residency, see Residency Information .
Now you’re ready to complete the official admission application!
Things to keep in mind:
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