Quick Facts About Cleveland Community College
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Cleveland Community College Quick Facts 2013-2014

President L.Steve Thornburg, Ed.D.

Table of Contents

  Academic Excellence Award Winner
  Academic Programs
  Accreditation Agencies
  Admissions
  Adult Basic Education
  Adult High School
  Board of Trustees
  Campus Map
  CCC Foundation Annual Report
  Charts (Age, Ethnicity, Gender and Residency)
  Cleveland Community College Foundation
  College Transfer Programs
  Continuing Education
  Excellence in Teaching Award
  Finance and Administrative Services
  Financial Aid Awarded
  Financial Aid Information
  Financial Statement
  Foundation Board
  General Education Development (GED)
  History of the College
  Indicators of Student Success
  Library
  Male Minority Mentoring - Men Making Moves (M3)
  Mission Statement
  Outstanding Staff Member Award Recipient
  Scholarships
  Student Services
  Student Success Center
  TRiO-SSS Program
  Tuition
  Vision Statement
Location Shelby, Cleveland County, North Carolina
Founded 1965
 
Accreditation Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
Type Public comprehensive community college
Degrees Offered Associate in Arts
Associate in Fine Arts
Associate in Science
Associate in General Education
Associate in Applied Science
Diploma
Certificate
 
Calendar Semester
Fall Enrollment (2013) 3379
Spring Enrollment (2014) 2930
Faculty/Student Ratio 10:1
Faculty (Full-time) 77
Faculty (Full-time) Credentials  
Doctorates 4
Masters 50
Bachelors 11
Associate 5
Other 7
 
Library Collection 39,925
 
Semester Tuition and Fees (Tuition cost is set by the State Board of Community Colleges and is subject to change.)
North Carolina Residents:  
16 or more credit hours $1152.00 + $31.00 Activity Fee + $16.00 Computer Use and Technology Fee
($72.00 per semester hour)
Out-of-State Residents:  
16 or more credit hours $4224.00 + $31.00 Activity Fee + $16.00 Computer Use and Technology Fee
($264.00 per semester hour)
 
Annual Operating Budget: State - $18,970,147
  County - $1,609,973
 

 

Tuesday, July 15, 2014 07:54:40 AM