Success in today’s global economy may require a two-or four-year degree, a certificate or diploma. Through Career & College Promise (CCP), qualified high-school-age students in North Carolina have the opportunity to pursue these options, tuition free, while they are in high school, allowing them to get a jumpstart on their workplace and college preparation.
If you are a community college faculty or staff member, please review the information below for additional insight.
CCP provides three pathways to help advance eligible students’ post-high school success:
College Transfer – College transfer pathways provide up to 34 hours of tuition-free course credits toward the Core 44, an agreed-upon 44 hours of college credits that will transfer seamlessly to any public or participating private college or university, saving successful students time and money in pursuing four-year degrees.
Technical Careers – Earn tuition-free course credits at an NC Community College toward a job credential, certificate or diploma in a technical career.
Innovative High Schools – Begin earning tuition-free college credits as a high-school student by attending an approved Cooperative Innovative High School.
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CCP – CFNC Application Process
The CFNC application process will add an option for students interested in enrolling in CCP. The application process incorporates CFNC control center enhancements for CCP, as well as the Ellucian Colleague import process changes and new fields.
For your reference a PowerPoint Presentation is attached; as well as Webinar Session recordings.
Memos Related to Career and College Promise
Memorandum #1 State Board Action on October 21, 2011: Career and College Promise Operating Procedures, College Transfer Pathways
Memorandum #2 Instructions for Filing Programs of Study for Spring 2012
Memorandum #3 Instructions for Registering Students for Spring 2012
Points of Contact
* For questions regarding Career and College Promise, contact Antonio Jordan via e-mail or at (919) 807-7133.