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Undocumented Student Admission Requirements

Undocumented students wishing to enroll in a curriculum program at the College must meet the following requirements:

  1. Complete an application for admission (paper application or online at www.clevelandcc.edu). Applicants may request a counseling interview in Student Services by calling 704-669-4081.
  2. Submit official (original and sealed envelope) high school transcript (showing graduation date or highest grade completed). An official high school transcript must be received by the Admissions Office before the applicant will be eligible for consideration to the college.
  3. 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.
  4. Schedule your appointment online or call 704-669-4210 or 704-669-4081 to take the diagnostic assessment and placement test. Sample test questions are available. The placement tests cover Writing, Reading, and Mathematics. Computer placement testing may also be required. (Your application for admissions should be on file before we can schedule your test appointment.) To determine if you may be exempt from Academic Placement Testing, contact Admissions at 704-669-4081 or 704-669-4007.

Once the above process is completed, applicants will be accepted to the college and eligible to register for classes.

Undocumented students can only register beginning the first day of class through the end of the add/drop period. Once enrolled as a student, registration for subsequent semesters will only be permitted on the first day of classes and through the add/drop period. Students will not be eligible for earlier registration.