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CAREER & COLLEGE PROMISE

FREE TUITION • EARN CREDIT • CHOOSE YOUR PATHWAY


The Career and College Promise (CCP) program allows qualified high school juniors and seniors in North Carolina the opportunity to pursue college courses (tuition free) while in high school.  The CCP program accelerates completion of college certificates, diplomas, and associate degrees that lead to college transfer or provide entry-level job skills. CCP is designed for students who are college-ready while in high school and who want to get a head start on college.  

 
Explore Different Pathways

Explore your future through Alamance Community College’s Career and College Promise Pathways, each designed to ignite your passion and lead you toward academic and career success!

We offer two types of pathways available to high school students:

 

Career Technical Education

(CTE)

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College Transfer Pathways

(CTP)

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NEXT STEPS



 

  • Attend an Information Session to see if CCP is a good fit
  • Meet eligibility requirements
  • Apply online:
    • If you are a high school student in public, private, or charter school, please submit your application to your high school counselor. They will complete their portion of the application, gather your high school transcript, and submit it directly to the CCP office.
    • If you are a homeschool student, please make sure the application is completed in full, gather high school transcripts, a home school verification card, and submit via email to ccp@alamancecc.edu
  • Choose your pathway (CTP or CTE)
  • Advising/Registration with CCP Advisor:
    • Once your application has been processed, the CCP office will contact you to set up an advising and registration appointment with your CCP Advisor. Advising appointments can be done via phone, Zoom, or in-person.
    • A parent/guardian is encouraged to participate in the advising appointment.
    • Advising appointments give students an opportunity to discuss career and/or college goals and next steps after high school, as well as current high school load and schedule.

  • Look for an email from CCP
  • Get accounts set up (Get Connected page)
  • Attend New Student Orientation
  • Buy/Rent textbooks (Need-based textbook scholarships available)
  • Communicate with your high school counselors about the classes you're taking

New Student Orientation Meetings

Click here for upcoming orientation information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES



 

Mar 1 Last day to apply for Spring Graduation
Mar 14  8-week courses begin (Drop/Add for 8-week courses is this day only)
Mar 30 Last day to drop 8-week courses with WP
April 19 Last day to drop 16-week courses with WP
April 16 ACC Open House
April 25 Last day to drop 12-week courses with WP
May 6 Applications due for Summer courses
May 10 Spring semester ends
May 20 Summer 8-week courses begin
June 10
Priority registration date for CCP Fall 2024 courses
 
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READY TO APPLY?

Complete the Career and College Promise Application.

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