Enrollment Steps

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Application

Before being able to apply to the college students will need to complete the North Carolina Residency Determination Service at https://ncresidency.cfnc.org/residencyInfo/ . After completing this step, students can submit their application online using the link below or by visiting the Office of Admissions at any of our campus locations:
https://www2.cfnc.org/exclusive.html#/applicationlogin/CentPCC/NCCCSUndergraduate/CentPCCUndergradApp


Transcripts

Request official copies of the following documents to be sent to CPCC Records

  • High school transcript
  • Joint Service Transcripts or Community College of the Air Force Transcripts
  • Official transcripts from all previously attended colleges, universities, or non-college degree schools
    • Please note, all transcripts must be turned in and evaluated for credit before the college can certify enrollment to the Department of Veterans Affairs

Have these transcripts mailed to CPCC’s Student Records or bring them in sealed envelopes to the Student Records office. Bring a Member 4 or Service-2 copy of your DD214 to Student Records office to be granted additional credits.

**Military transcripts do not need to be in a sealed envelope like college transcripts. We would need the Member 4 copy of DD214. The request for evaluation is automatically completed when transcripts are submitted to the Student Records Department.**


Financial Aid and Veteran Education Benefits

Complete and submit the FAFSA at www.fafsa.ed.gov and contact the office of Financial Aid and Veterans Affairs to determine their eligibility for federal financial assistance. The Veterans Affairs Education Benefits does not determine the student's eligibility for VA benefits, this is done so by contacting the VA for questions in regards to GI Bill / VA Education Benefits at 1.888.442.4551.

Complete the related steps to VA education benefits or Federal Financial aid.


Placement Testing

If not transferring official SAT/ACT or other acceptable placement test scores, visit the testing center to take the Accuplacer Placement Test at the Testing Center – at any campus location. Call center for testing hours: 704-330-6886 Prepare for the placement test using the online study guide: www.cpcc.edu/testing_assessment


The Center for Military Families and Veterans (CMFV) Appointment

Make an appointment with CMFV to have your test scores interpreted and determine an academic plan based on your desired degree program.  Please contact the CMFV at 704-330-6126.


Disabilities Services

If you need accommodations for physical, mental, or learning disabilities, visit www.cpcc.edu/disabilities for Disabilities Services to access required forms for documentation and then make an appointment with the staff.

  • Disability Services is located in Terrell, Room 219, on Central Campus.

Disability services can be reached at 704-330-6621


Register for Classes

  • View College Catalog online at www.cpcc.edu/catalog

  • It is highly recommended to work with an advisor prior to registering for courses

  • Check CPCC website for the registration dates, and class offerings/schedule. During open registration, register for classes online through your MY COLLEGE account at www.cpcc.edu/services/online-services
    • Students using Chapter 33 and Chapter 31 education benefits will need to request certification before charges are due to secure classes.
    • Students using Chapter 30, 35, 1606 and 1607 will need to pay the charges unless you have financial aid or a sponsor before submitting their request for certification.

Return to Financial Aid/Veterans Affairs to discuss payment options

Be aware of payment due dates and payment options. Consult with Financial Aid/Veterans Affairs about payments in light of Federal Aid and/or Veterans Affairs Education Benefits.

Before the start of the term secure books, parking pass, student ID card

During the semester attend CPCC classes and utilize the CMFV as well as other CPCC Resources