Commitment to Accessibility
Central Carolina Community College (CCCC) is committed to providing a college website (www.cccc.edu) that is usable and accessible by everyone, regardless of age, ability, or situation, and contains no barriers for users with disabilities.
CCCC measures and evaluates accessibility through two established sets of standards: WCAG 2.0 requirements issued by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and federal mandated specifications found in Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.
As part of this pledge to accessibility, users should expect to find the following features on each web page throughout the site:
- Skip navigation links
- Adaptive/responsive page design
- Appropriate usage of alternative text
- Semantic HTML
- Acceptable contrast ratios
In an effort to continually address accessibility, CCCC's web development team is dedicated to improving and implementing new methods to achieve this goal. Since every website user situation is unique, please contact email@example.com if you are experiencing any issues. If you have a disability and need assistance, contact the Office of Student Accessibility Services at (919) 718-7416.
Plug-ins, Applets, and File Viewers
All plug-ins, applets, file viewers, or other applications required by CCCC web pages that are not included on a specific page are available as links on this page. These links are to non-CCCC sources and CCCC does not endorse any of these products; they are listed below for the convenience of our website visitors. Please address questions about the particular plug-in or file viewer to the respective vendor.
Use Adobe Acrobat to read Portable Document Format (PDF) files.
Download Adobe Reader »
Adobe Flash Player
Use Adobe Flash Player to view video and other interactive website features.
Download Adobe Flash Player »
To view Word files for free, we recommend installing the Excel mobile app or storing documents in OneDrive or Dropbox, where Word Online opens them in your browser.
To view Excel files for free, we recommend installing the Excel mobile app or storing documents in OneDrive or Dropbox, where Excel Online opens them in your browser.
To view Powerpoint files for free, we recommend installing the Excel mobile app or storing documents in OneDrive or Dropbox, where Powerpoint Online opens them in your browser.
Some large documents on this site may be compressed using a utility called WinZip. These files may be uncompressed using one of the utilities available for download. Since there are many options, this link takes you to a list of possible viewers at download.com.
View list of zip utilities »
Student Accessibility Services
If you are in need of accommodations due to a disability, please contact Megan Sherman by phone at (919) 718-7416 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Student Accessibility Services will meet with you to review your request for support.