North Carolina Wesleyan Adult Transfer Program
Planning to attend NC Wesleyan College after you finish at CFCC? We can help make it easier.Wesleyan Works is a transfer program designed for community college students that are planning to continue their education with NC Wesleyan College’s Adult & Professional Studies. This pathway program guarantees admission for community college graduates who complete a degree in Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Science (AS) or other Associate of Applied Science (AAS).
Students who participate in Wesleyan Works will have access to academic advising and financial aid counseling while attending a community college, as well as access to attend events on NCWC’s campus in Rocky Mount.
- Students can apply to Cape Fear Community College and NCWC at the same time, granting a pathway for earning an associate’s degree and bachelor’s degree.
- Students can apply to NCWC with NO application fees.
- Students are guaranteed automatic acceptance upon successful completion of the AA/AS/AAS degree from Cape Fear Community College.
- Students will be provided an NCWC Wesleyan Works student identification card and will have access to events on the NCWC main campus in Rocky Mount.
- Students will have joint academic advising and financial aid counseling to maximize the savings and transfer credits offered when attending both Cape Fear Community College and NCWC.
- NCWC offers a number of bachelor degree programs that are a good fit for many AA/AS/AAS degrees. Students can transfer 60 credits from an associate’s degree, and in most cases, they will only need to take 60 semester hours with NCWC to finish their bachelor’s degree.
- Students can choose from 12 different degree options including Business Administration, Organizational Leadership, Marketing, Psychology, Logistics & Supply Chain, and more!
- NCWC also offers Master of Science degrees in Criminal Justice and Business Administration. Programs can be completed in 12 months with fully online, accelerated courses.
- NCWC’s Assistant Director of Advising, Fabiola Kinney, will be at CFCC’s Advising Center once a week, on Wednesdays, from 10 am to 3 pm. Students can schedule an appointment through Calendly . Walk-ins are also welcome.
- If a student has an N.C. AA or AS, NCWC may waive any remaining general education requirements – if the student meets certain criteria.
For more information, contact NCWC’s office on CFCC’s Campus: