FAQ for Prospective Students
Admissions requirements can be found here
No, expected for Nurse Aid students must be at least 17 years before taking the class. However, a dual enrolled student is not required to be a certain age to take CFCC classes, but they must be junior or seniors when the college semester begins.
Dual enrollment students may take up to 18 credits hours a semester which equals five or six classes.
Yes! You may view the NC DPI Dual Credit Chart
to see how CFCC classes will count for high school credit.
Dual enrollment students may take courses in their pathway at any time and location that works with their schedules. Classes are offered morning, afternoon, and at night at the downtown Wilmington Campus, North Campus, Surf City Center and Burgaw Center. Students may also take classes online. CFCC is not responsible for nor provides transportation to and from classes.
Once the application and all other required items have been received, students will receive acceptance letters through the mail with instructions regarding setting up their MyCFCC Accounts, completing New Student Orientation and registering for courses.
Yes! Homeschool students are welcome to participate in dual enrollment.
Financial aid is only available to high school graduates.