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CCCC holds spring open registration

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CCCC holds spring open registration

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Central Carolina Community College held its spring semester open registration Jan. 5 at its campuses in Chatham, Harnett and Lee counties. At the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center, CCCC Office Systems Technology instructor Mildred Whitaker (right) assists Christy Barnes (left), of Lee County, in registering for classes. Watching the process is Barnesí daughter, Morgan Barnes, who is taking nursing prerequisite classes at the college. Spring semester enrollment figures are not yet complete but have already surpassed 4,260. The college was closed due to the inclement weather on Jan. 10-11, so the add/drop period for seated classes has been extended to 6 p.m. Jan. 19 at the Registrarís Office at the Lee County Campus.

CCCC holds spring open registration

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Central Carolina Community College held its spring semester open registration Jan. 5 at its campuses in Chatham, Harnett and Lee counties. Ashley Wright (left), of Harnett County, registers at the collegeís Harnett Campus with the assistance of Justice Studies instructor Jamie Wicker. Spring semester enrollment figures are not yet complete, but have already surpassed 4,260. The college was closed due to the inclement weather on Jan. 10-11, so the add/drop period for seated classes has been extended to 6 p.m. Jan. 19 at the Registrarís Office at the Lee County Campus.

CCCC holds spring open registration

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Central Carolina Community College held its spring semester open registration Jan. 5 at its campuses in Chatham, Harnett and Lee counties. CCCC Provost Bill Tyson (left) stops to greet student Diandra Douglas, of Harnett County, as she enrolls at the Harnett County Campus for Cosmetology classes. Spring semester enrollment figures are not yet complete, but have already surpassed 4,260. The college was closed due to the inclement weather on Jan. 10-11, so the add/drop period for seated classes has been extended to 6 p.m. Jan. 19 at the Registrarís Office at the Lee County Campus.

CCCC holds spring open registration

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Central Carolina Community College held its spring semester open registration Jan. 5 at its campuses in Chatham, Harnett and Lee counties. Ellen Bland (right), Drama and Communications instructor, assists student Melissa Bennett (left), of Chatham County, as she enrolls in University Transfer classes at the Chatham County Campus. Bennettís daughter, Lillie, accompanied her mother to registration. Spring semester enrollment figures are not yet complete, but have already surpassed 4,260. The college was closed due to the inclement weather on Jan. 10-11, so the add/drop period for seated classes has been extended to 6 p.m. Jan. 19 at the Registrarís Office at the Lee County Campus.

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