Categories of Admission

| Understanding the Categories | Career Development | Dual Enrollment | Senior Citizens | Transfer Students | Transient Students | Concurrent Admissions Programs (ConAP)

 

Understanding the Categories

 

When you apply for admission to Central Carolina Technical College, it's important that you understand the categories we use to determine the guidelines for your admission. You can also see the requirements for entrance that are specific under each category.

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Career Development

 

Applicants who wish to enroll in a few classes for upgrading their skills, but who do not wish to pursue a degree, diploma, or certificate, may take a maximum of fifteen (15) credit hours. Applicants must:

  • Submit an Application for Admission.
  • Meet course prerequisites where applicable.
  • Pay all fees by the payment deadline for each semester. (No financial aid is available to this category of student.)

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Dual Enrollment

 

Current high school juniors and seniors may enroll at Central Carolina Technical College through the dual enrollment collaborative agreement between the College and the secondary institutions provided the student has met the following requirements:

  • Be at least 16 years old.
  • Receive permission from high school principal/headmaster, guidance counselor, or superintendent or his designee.
  • Submit an Application for Admission. (Application fee is not required for students enrolled in this category.)
  • Meet college and course entrance requirements including prerequisites.
  • Pay all fees by the payment deadline for each semester.

Dual Enrollment Opportunities for High School Students (.ppt)

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Senior Citizens

 

Legal residents of South Carolina who are at least 60 years of age may enroll for credit courses during the late registration period (no late fee will be assessed) on a space available basis without paying tuition, provided these persons meet admission and other standards deemed appropriate by the College and if they do not receive compensation as full-time employees. Senior citizens must:

  • Submit an Application for Admission.
  • Meet entrance placement criteria or course prerequisites.
  • Sign Certification of Age and Employment Form. (This form is available in the Cashier's Office.)
  • Pay applicable parking and other fees.
  • Enroll in a course only one time.

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Transfer Students

 

Any student who has attended one or more regionally accredited college or university prior to applying for admission to Central Carolina Technical College must:

  • Submit an Application for Admission.
  • Meet with an admissions counselor.
  • Request that college transcripts be sent to the Center for Student Information.
  • Request that high school transcripts be sent to the Admissions and Counseling Services Office.

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Transient Students

 

A student who wishes to take Central Carolina Technical College courses to transfer to his or her primary college may apply as a Career Development student. The transient student must:

  • Submit an Application for Admission.
  • Submit a permission form (Transient Form) from the receiving institution specifying the courses to be taken.

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Concurrent Admissions Programs (ConAP)

 

The Concurrent Admissions Program allows new soldiers to apply for and be admitted to colleges or universities at the same time they enlist. Upon completion of initial enlistment for active military service or initial duty of training for the Army Reserve, the student will be aware that he or she is accepted and ready to enroll at the college of his or her choice.

This program is available through the Service Members Opportunity Colleges (SOC), of which Central Carolina is a participating member. This agreement is in effect for two years following completion of initial enlistment requirements. The student must meet entrance and degree requirements of the catalog in effect at the time of enrollment in classes at the college.

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Date/Time Published:4/24/2014 2:01