Career and College Promise

The Career & College Promise (CCP) program allows North Carolina high school students a clear path to success in college or in a career.  The program is tuition-free to all students who meet the eligibility requirements.

There are three types of pathways available to high school students.

1.  Cooperative Innovative High School Pathway

  • Consists of students in the Alamance-Burlington Middle/Early College which is housed on ACC’s campus
  • No restrictions on the types of courses that can be taken as long as prerequisites for individual courses are met
  • For more information, contact the Alamance-Burlington Middle/Early College at 336-506-4001.

2. Career Technical Pathways

Lead to a career technical certificate in any of these pathways: (Click on each one to view courses and eligibility requirements)

3. College Transfer Pathways

Lead to university-transferable coursework
Associate in Arts and Associate in Science Pathways available

Placement Guide (test score requirements/eligibility)

For additional information about eligibility requirements for these programs, contact Career and College Promise at career&collegepromise@alamancecc.edu or 336-506-4231.

Important Dates for Summer/Fall 2018 Semester

March 8, 2018
6:00 pm
Career & College Promise Information Session
Student Commons
March 27, 2018
5:30-7:00 pm
College-wide Open House with CCP Information Session from 6:00-6:45 in Auditorium
Main Building

 

Admissions/Registration Procedures for New Students

  • Submit official high school transcript (private and home school students only)
  • Submit a copy of test scores that are being used for college transfer pathway eligibility (home school students only)

Dual Credit Allowances for Career and College Promise

High School Course Equivalencies courses are based upon the Universal General Education Transfer Component of the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement and will transfer for equivalency credit. For purposes of calculating student Grade Point Averages, courses included on this chart are weighted in accordance with SBE policy GCS-L-004.

 

 

Have questions about going to college?

Visit the following website designed by the U.S. Department of Education. It will provide you with information about:

-Creating your “road map” to college
-Paying for college
-Overcoming barriers to college

www.college.gov