College Advisors

Campus Contacts

Student Onboarding and Success (formerly Admissions)

Students can find their specific Education Navigator's name on their Aviso profile.

For Questions RegardingContact PersonPhone
Career Community: ArtsJennifer Babbx7349
Career Community: Public Safety Jennifer Babbx7349
Career Community: Health SciencesMary Brownx7471
Career Community: Health SciencesDouglas Wellsx7318
Career Community: Health SciencesAlex Littlex7451
Career Community: STEMJoelle Chasex7313
Career Community: Applied TechnologiesBrittney Goldstonx7443
Career Community: Professional ServicesZack Ledwellx7711
Career Community: Business TechnologiesBrian Postx7032
Placement TestingHeather Oceguedax7502
New Student OrientationCandice Solisx7565
Continuing EducationBrittney Goldstonx7443
General Questions - HarnettAdana Arnoldx8863
General Questions - HarnettApril Rainesx8851
General Questions - LeeAdam Wadex7526
General Questions - LeeCandice Solisx7565
General Questions - ChathamAmy Gustavsonx8013
General Questions - ChathamJalen Cheekx8040
General Questions - ChathamRamona Pettyx8028
Student Records and Registrar
For Questions RegardingFor Students with Last Name Beginning withContact PersonPhone
General QuestionsA-DFaye Stonex7355
General QuestionsE-KTiffany Steinx7063
General QuestionsL-QJessican Gonzalezx7202
General QuestionsR-ZGina Jonesx7058
Residency Updates and ValidationAlpha splitSee "General Questions"
College Transcript EvaluationAll studentsHaley Thomasx7237
Graduation ApplicationsAll studentsTiffany Steinx7063
Grade ChangesAll studentsJamie Childressx7239
Grade rostersAll studentsFaye Stonex7355
Tuition Waiver SubmissionAll studentsJessica Gonzalezx7202
Enrollment verificationsAll studentsGina Jonesx7058
E-transcript downloadsAll studentsFaye Stonex7355
Course subsAll studentsHaley Thomasx7237
Course subsAll studentsJamie Childressx7239
Prereq waiversAll studentsHaley Thomasx7237
Prereq waiversAll studentsJamie Childressx7239
Financial Aid Office

The contact information below is for employee-use only. ALL students should be directed to the main Financial Aid phone number: (919) 718-7229

For Questions RegardingFor Students with Last Name Beginning withContact PersonPhone
General Questions, Document IntakeAll StudentsKaleigh Gibsonx7285
General Questions, Document IntakeAll StudentsVerenice Sotox7312
General Questions, File Processing, AwardingA-LEmma Cofferx7415
General Questions, File Processing, AwardingM-ZAnna Hoelx7248
ScholarshipsAll StudentsNichelle Larivierex7229
Federal Work Study, SAP AppealsAll StudentsAmy Berrier-Gerberx7255
R2T4, Professional Judgements, Office Policies/OperationsAll StudentsAmber Werkheiserx7311

Campus Resource Guide

Academic Assistance Center
Tutoring
Upswing
Collaborate Study Rooms
Business Office
Payment Options
Deferred Payment Plan
Parking
Student Onboarding and Success (Admissions)
Education Navigators
Withdraws
Change of Majors
Financial Aid Information
FAFSA
Federal Work Study
Scholarships
Online Tutoring (Upswing)
Free 24/7 online tutoring
Enrollment and Records (Registrar)
Registration
Graduation
Transcripts
Residency
Writing and Reading Center
Virtual Drop In Hours
Schedule Appointments
Online Writing Lab
CC Cares
Child Care Resources
Emergency Financial Assistance
Food Assistance
Holiday Support
Housing Assistance
LGBTQ+ Resources
Laptop Checkout
Mental Health Resources
Military and Veterans Resources
Other Community Resources
Professional Clothing Assistance
Single Stop
Competitive Admissions Programs
Dental Assisting
Dental Hygiene
ADN
Esthetics
LPN to RN
Medical Sonography
PN
VMT

First Advising Meeting

Here are some questions you might ask at the first advising session with a new student. These questions can set the foundation for responsive, informed advising that is student-centered and goal-oriented:

  • What future occupation or general career are you thinking about?
  • What activities do you enjoy outside of school?
  • What are your greatest strengths that you bring to your experience at CCCC?
  • Do you plan to transfer to a university or college after your time at CCCC? Which school are you considering?
  • What do you intend to major in?
  • Are you a caregiver for others?
  • How are you planning to pay for college?
  • Do you need help filling out your FAFSA? (can refer to Financial Aid)
  • How will you get to campus for your classes?
  • How many hours do you plan to work each week while at CCCC?
  • What do you look forward to experiencing at CCCC?
  • What obstacles do you anticipate while you are at CCCC?
  • What other questions do you have?

Check Program Progress

To check the progress of a student in their program, use the Progress tab in Self-Service. You can view the details of each requirement using the "Expand All" option. Each category will list the required courses.

  • Courses not started are red.
  • Completed courses are green.
  • (If all required courses in a category are completed, the other options in the category will be blue and labeled "Fulfilled".)
  • Current courses are green and labeled "In Progress".
  • Planned courses are yellow.
  • Categories in which all courses have been planned (but not completed) will be labeled as "Fully planned."

Transfer Info

How to transfer
  • Speak with your advisor about your transfer plans. The sooner your advisor can work with you on your transfer plans and goals, the smoother the transfer process will be and allow you to get maximum transfer credit.
  • Identify and print the Baccalaureate Degree Program (BDP) for each program at each university you are considering. The BDP is the "contract" of the required courses for the program and will be used by you and your advisor to plan your courses at CCCC.
  • Review College Articulation Agreements. These outline the important policies around transferring your degree to our schools. This includes the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA), which lists your rights as a transfer student.
  • What are the steps for transferring to another institution? Review the process.
  • Request your CCCC transcripts
  • How can you finish your CCCC degree even if you transfer before completing it? Learn more about Reverse Transfer
  • Graduation application
Enhanced Transfer Partnerships for CCCC Students
Transfer FAQs
Are there advantages to completing my Associates degree before I transfer to another college or university?

Yes, your transfer institution will be more likely to give you transfer credit for all of your community college courses if you complete the entire degree.

What if I want to transfer before completing the Associate degree?

Research has shown that students who complete the associate degree are more likely to complete the bachelor's degree. Students who transfer before completing the Associate's degree are not covered under the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement and thus the transferability of some classes may be less certain. However, if you wish to transfer before completing your associate's degree, please communicate that to your advisor so he or she can help you select the classes that will get you the most transfer credit. You may also be eligible for reverse transfer, which will allow you to receive your associate's degree even after you transfer.

I am still trying to decide if I should opt for the Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, or Associate in Engineering. Where can I learn more about these options?
I am pursuing a career or technical degree (an Associate's in Applied Science (AAS) degree). Can I still transfer?

Yes, there are a number of transfer options for AAS degrees, please see your advisor or program chair for more information.

I am interested in transferring to a private or independent college or university. Is there an articulation agreement for this?

Yes, there is a similar articulation agreement (independent) with a specific list of private/independent colleges.

How does the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) help make my transfer to a North Carolina college or university easier?

The CAA enables community college graduates of two-year Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degree programs who are admitted to institutions in the UNC system to transfer with junior status. You can find more information on the NC Community Colleges Website.

What options do I have for scholarships when I transfer?

There are a lot of scholarship opportunities online.

Please visit the websites of universities you are considering for scholarships specific to those institutions.

Do not pay a service to find scholarships for which you are eligible. See your advisor if you need assistance locating scholarship options.

Will a grade of D transfer? Will it count for my degree at CCCC?

While a grade of D in a course will allow you to take the next course in the sequence (if there is one), a grade of D will not count for your CCCC AS, AA, or AE degree and it will not transfer to another university.

Will my GPA transfer to another institution?

No, your GPA is institution specific. You will have a "new" GPA when you start at a university. It is still important to do as well as possible at CCCC since many universities consider your GPA an important indicator of academic readiness. Additionally, some universities will use this to determine your eligibility for scholarships and honors programs.