General Admission Requirements
Persons wishing to enroll in a curriculum program at the College must complete the entire application process and meet the following requirements:
- Complete an application for admission (paper application or online). Applicants may request a counseling interview in Student Services by calling 704-669-4081.
- Submit official (original and sealed envelope) high school transcript (showing graduation date or highest grade completed), or must present an official GED score (225 or above if taken prior to January 1, 2002 or a score of 2250 if taken after January 1, 2002).
- Submit official transcript(s) (original and sealed envelope) from all colleges and/or universities attended if you intend to earn transferable credits or to prove that course prerequisites have been satisfied.
- Competitive Admissions programs contain additional admissions requirements. For more information on competitive admission programs, see Allied Health Students or Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) Students.
The College reserves the right to refuse admission to a student if it appears that such action is in the best interest of the College and/or the student. Any student so refused may appeal this action by following the procedures as stated in the “Student Rights” section of the Academic Bulletin & Student Handbook.
For information on admissions procedures for undocumented students, please contact Student Services at 704.669.4139.
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