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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org . Remember to include your RCN number in any correspondence.
Now you’re ready to complete the official admission application!
Things to keep in mind:
Have official copies of your high school transcripts, transcripts from previously attended colleges, universities, non-college degree schools, and military transcripts sent to CFCC’s Office of Admissions. An official transcript is one sent directly from your school either by mail, via CFNC, or other approved methods.
Once your official transcript(s) is/are received and processed, you will be admitted. We will send you an acceptance letter and enrollment checklist within 5-7 days.
Note: A limited number of programs do not require high school transcripts; review our program requirement chart for details.Joint service transcripts and any college transcripts should also be submitted.
Submit the Following Documents to email@example.com