Programs and Services
Individual advising sessions with a transfer advisor are provided to review transfer programs, assist students with researching 4-year colleges and programs, transfer requirements, prerequisites and appropriate course selection. Students can meet with transfer advisors by appointment (704-330-6433) or on a walk-in basis.
Online Transfer Course Advising
Online Transfer Course Advising is only for current Transfer Students with 30 Credits or more who are enrolled in the Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, Diploma in Arts, or Diploma in Science. Online Transfer Course Advising only provides students with recommended coursework for the upcoming semester through e-mail. Click here to get started. For advising questions or more in depth advising, students should visit the Transfer Resource Center.
Admissions representatives from four-year institutions visit CPCC to meet with prospective transfer students and answer questions about admissions procedures, transfer policies, financial aid and scholarships.
Over 45 colleges and universities attend the Transfer Fair at the Central Campus every October, and over 25 local colleges visit the Levine Campus for the Transfer Fair every spring. Representatives will be available to meet informally with students to discuss their degree programs, transfer polices, admission requirements, application procedures and financial aid. This program is open to all students.
Academic advisors and students from UNC Charlotte give a presentation and are available to answer questions about the transfer process from CPCC to UNCC. Watch for updates on the student life calendar, advertising around campus, and in your CPCC today e-mail for dates and times.
College Links provides searchable databases for students to learn more about both public and private schools. For those students who are curious about how their classes will transfer, Transferring CPCC Courses offers links and contacts to regional institutions to help students figure out what what courses will transfer where. Their is also an entire space dedicated to the UNCC Transfer Admission Process.
College Informational Library
Central High, Room 365 hourses an extensive collection of college catalogs from a many regional public and private 4-year colleges and universities. Feel free to take any of this information, and check back often as it is constantly updated and replenished.