College credit in high school
Don’t Wait Until You Graduate High School To Start Your College Education! North Carolina’s Career & College Promise program at Central Carolina Community College offers a great opportunity for high school students to earn college credits.
Why take advantage of this? • You can speed up your completion of college certificates, diplomas, and associate degrees that lead to college transfer or provide entry-level job skills. • NO TUITION! Career and College Promise provides seamless dual enrollment educational opportunities. It is a clear, focused, and affordable path to future success! Central Carolina Community College offers two Career and College Promise pathways: College Transfer and Career and Technical Education.
College Transfer Pathway The College Transfer Pathway leads to completion of the general education requirements (at least 30 hours) of a baccalaureate degree. The credits transfer to all University of North Carolina institutions and many independent colleges and universities in the state. That means a major head start on your bachelor’s degree!
• Be a high school junior or senior • Have a weighted GPA of at least 3.0 on high school courses • Demonstrate college readiness in English, reading, and mathematics on an assessment or placement test
Career and Technical Education Pathway The Career and Technical Education Pathway leads to a college-level certificate, diploma, or degree. The courses can provide partial or full fulfillment of a high school four-unit career cluster.
• Be a high school junior or senior • Have a weighted GPA of 3.0 on high school courses or have the recommendation of the principal or designee • Meet the prerequisites for the career pathway
To maintain eligibility for either pathway, you must continue to make progress toward high school graduation and maintain a 2.0 in college coursework after completing two courses.
For more information about Career and College Promise, an exciting opportunity for high school students, visit www.cccc.edu/ccp. 16 Central Carolina Community College