Central Carolina Community College is a three-campus, coeducational college located in the heart of North Carolina's Piedmont. It offers a wide variety of classes and programs at campus sites and instructional locations throughout Chatham, Harnett, and Lee counties, as well as worldwide through distance education.
Programs of Study & Enrollment
Currently, the college offers 45 curriculum programs in seated classes, distance education, or both. Within these, students can earn associate degrees or college transfer credits, diplomas, or certificates. Almost 5,000 curriculum students enroll annually.
All students are admitted to the college without regard to Race, Color, National Origin, Religion, Age, Sex and Sexual Orientation, Gender, Family status, Disability status, Veteran status, or any Health or Genetic Information.
Central Carolina offers low tuition and a great educational value. A two-year associate degree at CCCC costs a fraction of the first two years at a four-year college or university.