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ACA 111 MIC21

ART 111 MIC21

CIS 110 MHD21

COM 231 MIC21

ENG 111 MD21

ENG 112 MIC21

MUS 110 MIC21

PED 110 MIC21

PSY 241 MIC21


To apply, please contact the College’s Admissions Office at 862-1225. Financial aid available to eligible applicants.

Systems Administrator

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PC/Web Services – Full Time

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PT Administrative Assistant for Emergency Services Training

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ENC Regionally Increasing Baccalaureate Nurses

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ENC Regionally Increasing Baccalaureate Nurses (ENC RIBN)

Concurrent Enrollment and Continuation Criteria

Roanoke-Chowan Community College and East Carolina University

Thank you for your interest in ENC RIBN. Students admitted to ENC RIBN must meet admission requirements set forth collaboratively by Roanoke-Chowan Community College and ECU. Please read this information thoroughly. Admission to ENC RIBN is highly competitive.

Please note that Roanoke-Chowan Community College and ECU also have traditional two year and four year nursing education programs respectively. Each of those programs has a separate admissions process from the ENC RIBN concurrent admission nursing option. If a student is unsuccessful in the RIBN Program of study at any point prior to graduation with a baccalaureate degree, the student will be administratively withdrawn from any nursing courses. (See readmission policy attached). If you wish to apply for either of those traditional programs, you must complete the individual admissions process for Roanoke-Chowan Community College or ECU and meet the admissions criteria for that specific nursing program.

Please see below for requirements for Concurrent Admission to ENC RIBN:


Roanoke-Chowan Community College and ECU are collaborating on a concurrent admission process. ENC RIBN will begin accepting applications September 1 for the RIBN class that begins the following fall semester. The deadline to apply for fall admission is January 31. We want to ensure you have the best possible chance of being selected by completing all processes and submitting all necessary application documents completely, correctly and by the deadline. Should you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact the ENC RIBN Student Success Advocate at 252-744-6498


Preference is given to North Carolina residents. If you are not a NC resident you will only be considered in the event that vacancies occur after June 1. Please be advised that this rarely occurs. Applicants who (1) have lived outside NC during all of the 12 months immediately preceding the start of the fall semester or (2) are claimed as a dependent by a parent/guardian who is not a NC resident are generally not considered to be residents. In order to ensure that you meet the residency requirements and are eligible to apply, you must fill out the Application for a Legal Resident of NC in the Roanoke-Chowan Community College Admissions Office by the January 31 deadline. ENC RIBN is not open to applicants who are not U.S. citizens unless the applicant is: (1) a permanent resident alien with an alien registration receipt card (“green card”) or (2) a non-immigrant alien with an employment authorization card and a visa type which permits establishment of NC residency. Questions regarding this should be directed to the Roanoke-Chowan Community College Director of Admissions at 252-862-1200. Military waivers and request for a change in tuition status is based on the information supplied with the Application for Military Tuition Waivers and other required documents. Service members submitting military waivers must be active duty and stationed in North Carolina to be classified as in-state students.

To be considered for admission, you must have earned a high school diploma or its equivalent and satisfy the following North Carolina minimum course requirements:

  • Four course units of English
  • Two course units of social studies (one in U.S. history)
  • Four course units of mathematics (algebra I, algebra II, geometry, plus a higher level mathematics course for which algebra II is a prerequisite).
  • Three course units of natural science (one must be life science, one must be physical science, and a chemistry course;
  • Two course units of a language other than English

The RIBN program requires a minimal of high school chemistry with a “C” or better to be completed within the past 5 years. If you did not complete some of the required high school courses, you may take courses at the college level to satisfy these course requirements.

You must submit your SAT scores(must include the three components of critical reading, math and writing) or ACT scores (must include English, reading, math, and writing) to Roanoke-Chowan Community College. The SAT score in critical reading must meet the minimum score requirement of 490 or higher to be considered for admission to ENC RIBN. Students scoring less than 500 in the writing and/or math component of the SAT must meet the minimum score requirement on the NC DAP. The ACT composite score must meet the minimum score requirement of 21 on all sections of the ACT (writing included).

Component SAT NC DAP
Reading 490 NA
Writing 500 Placement out of developmental
Math 500 7+ on all sections of DMA
Component ACT NC DAP
Reading 21 NA
English 21 NA
Math 21 7+ on all sections of DMA
Writing 21 Placement out of developmental

** Please see the community college admissions office/testing center for specific questions regarding NC DAP testing.


  • To be eligible to apply for admission to ENC RIBN directly from high school OR before completion of at least 12 hours of college credit, a student must have an unweighted cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale both in high school courses and college courses.
  • To be eligible to apply for admission to ENC RIBN after completion of at least 12 hours or more of college credit, a student must have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale in all college courses.


  1. Complete a free, online general application to Roanoke-Chowan Community College at (Click on Prospective Students and then Admission) for an online application to Roanoke-Chowan Community College and transcript request form. Please be aware, this is not an application to ENC RIBN or any other allied health program.
  2. Submit your official high school transcript, all official college transcripts and official SAT or ACT scores to the Admissions Office at Roanoke-Chowan Community College by January 31.
  3. Complete the ENC RIBN application online at Submit your official high school transcript, all official college transcripts and official SAT or ACT scores to Kelly Cleaton, Health Sciences Building, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC 27858 Mailstop 162 by January 31.
  4. Upon acceptance into the ENC RIBN program, the student must complete the ECU admission application and submit the required application fee for ECU by cashier’s check.
  5. Applicants with disabilities should contact the Coordinator of Disability Services/Counselor at Roanoke-Chowan Community College.

Admission to the program is highly competitive. After meeting all general and ENC RIBN program admission requirements for ECU and Roanoke-Chowan Community College, all ENC RIBN applicants will be ranked numerically based on the following criteria:

GPA (minimal3.0)
possible 10 points
SAT Reading
(Minimal required: 490)
ACT Reading
(Minimal required 21)
(Minimal Required: C)
On-line 3 hour
credit course
(bonus points)*
3.0 – 3.1 = 1 490 – 520 = 1 500 – 520 = 1 500 – 520 = 1 21-24=1 21-24=1 21-24=1 A = 2 2 points
3.11 – 3.2 = 2 521 – 540 = 2 521 – 540 = 2 521 – 540 = 2 25-29=2 25-29=2 25-29=2 B = 1
3.21 – 3.3 = 3 541- 560 = 3 541 – 560 = 3 541 – 560 = 3 30-34=3 30-34=3 30-34=3
3.31 – 3.4 = 4 561 – 580 = 4 5 561 – 580 = 4 561 – 580 = 4 34-35=4 34-35=4 34-35=4
3.41 – 3.5 = 5 > 580 = 5 > 580 = 5 > 580 = 5 >35=5 >35=5 >35=5
3.51 – 3.6 = 6
3.61 – 3.7 = 7
3.71 – 3.8 = 8
3.81 – 3.9 = 9
3.91 – 4.0 = 10

*course needs to be a college transfer course, and may want to take a course within the RIBN curriculum and CIS 110 would be accepted.

All documentation, transcripts and tests scores for eligibility and points must be submitted to Roanoke-Chowan Community College Admissions Office by the January 31st deadline. Students wishing to apply to ENC RIBN do not need to apply separately to ECU as part of the ENC RIBN application process. If a student is accepted into ENC RIBN and intends to enroll in the fall class, Roanoke-Chowan Community College will send ECU the student’s application materials and the student must then pay the application fee to ECU.



Criminal background checks and drug screenings are required by certain clinical sites for students entering the competitive allied health programs. These screenings will be conducted at the student’s expense by a professional and independent vendor. Failure to achieve acceptable standards for these screenings will result in the denial of clinical privileges. Successful completion of clinical is required for program completion. For all ENC RIBN students, criminal background checks will be required by ECU prior to entering year two summer baccalaureate nursing courses in the RIBN curriculum.

The North Carolina Board of Nursing requires criminal background checks including fingerprints for all applicants for initial licensure and may deny licensure to individuals convicted of a misdemeanor or felony. The NC Board of Nursing does not become involved in reviewing the applicant’s conviction record until such time as application is made to take the national examination. The question asked on this application is whether or not the applicant has ever been convicted of a misdemeanor/felony. If the response is yes, a certified copy of the criminal record and a detailed written explanation must be submitted. Review of the record is made by the Board staff in accordance with guidelines established by the Board. The applicant may take the exam as scheduled; however, the license may or may not be issued upon passing the exam.

Applicants must demonstrate the ability to meet certain essential functions critical to the successful completion of the program. These functions include skills and abilities essential for such things as operation of equipment; evaluation and manipulation of patients; evaluation of microscopic components and color reactions; and communication with patients, families and other medical personnel. For an explanation of specific physical and cognitive requirements for ENC RIBN, contact the department representative.

Students accepted into the ENC RIBN nursing option will be required to obtain CPR credential/certification from the American Heart Association prior to Year 2 in the curriculum. This CPR for the healthcare provider/professional rescuer course must include hands on skill demonstration of one and two rescuer adult, child and infant CPR and use of an AED

All documents that you submit with your application for ENC RIBN must be true, correct and complete. Falsification of documentation may result in denial of admission or dismissal after admission. Admission criteria are subject to change from year to year.

Readmission Policy:

The following readmission policy applies to students who receive an unsuccessful grade in a competitive allied health program, or who voluntarily withdraw from such a program. Unsuccessful grades are defined as “D”, “F”, or “U”.

  1. If you receive an unsuccessful grade in the RIBN program, you may not proceed.
  2. Students who have received an unsuccessful grade in a required course during their first semester may reapply for readmission to the program for the following fall.
  3. Readmission of students who have progressed beyond the first semester, but who have been unsuccessful in a subsequent semester is dependent upon space availability in the class, demonstration of proficiency in a variety of clinical procedures, and other issues pertinent to reentering students. You will be required to meet with the department representative for specific readmission guidelines.
  4. Students may re-enter the RIBN program one time.
  5. Students need to notify the Registrar’s office at ECU regarding any change in enrollment status.

Moodle and Gmail Orientation

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Moodle and Gmail poster 2015Moodle and Gmail Orientation at Roanoke-Chowan Community College. August 18th at 11:00 a.m and 5:30 p.m. All students are welcome to attend this event!


Moodle and Gmail Orientation

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Moodle and Gmail poster 2015Moodle and Gmail Orientation at Roanoke-Chowan Community College. August 18th at 11:00 a.m and 5:30 p.m.


Assessment Form for Tutoring Service Request or Referral

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The student indicated below has requested/is being referred for tutorial assistance through the Student Support Services program. To assist us in scheduling this service, an assessment of the student's current level of performance in this class is needed.

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Please indicate the student's current level of performance in the class:(check all that apply)

If you selected "Other", please clarify.

The student could benefit from the following types of assistance:(check all that apply)

If you selected "Other", please clarify.

What is the student's current level of performance in this class?


If you have any questions or need clarification, please call Isalean Overton at ext. 241. Thank you so much for your cooperation and assistance.

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Registration Steps:

  •  New students should meet with their academic adviser or visit the ARC if their adviser is not available prior to registering.   Web registration is currently open for returning students who wishes to register themselves.  Log in to your Web Advisor account.
  • Textbooks may be purchased from the College Bookstore beginning on August 12.  The last day to charge and return textbooks to the Bookstore is August 26. Please check the Bookstore Website at for hours of operation. 
  • Students are encouraged to check their class schedules on Web Advisor prior to the start of classes for possible schedule/course changes.

Please Note:

Students with a hold on their file will need to clear the hold prior to registering for classes.  (Ex. Incomplete admissions file, debt to the College, etc.)

Students must meet course pre-requisites prior to enrolling in certain courses.  If a student is in progress of a pre-requisite while enrolled at the College, permission will be granted to register for the desired course during early registration.  However, the Registrar will verify that pre-requisites are met at the end of each semester. Students who do not successfully complete a pre-requisite will be administratively dropped from all registered courses as deemed necessary.    

Important Dates to Know:

First Day to charge books in Bookstore                                     August 12, 2015

Walk-in Registration for fall classes                              August 12 and 13, 2015

Tuition Due for Regular Registration Participants                 August 14, 2015

        (Schedules with unpaid balances will be purged after 4:30 p.m.)

Last day to apply for a 100% Refund                                         August 14, 2015

First day of classes                                                                         August 17, 2015

Last day to add a class                                                                   August 19, 2015

Last day to charge and return books in Bookstore                  August 26, 2015

Last day to apply for a 75% refund for a 16-week course       August 26, 2015

(Please refer to the 2015-16 Academic Calendar in the 2015-16 College Catalog and Student Handbook for other important dates.)

Important Information Regarding Financial Aid

Students interested in applying for financial assistance must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The form must be submitted in one of the following ways:

  • Request a paper FAFSA by calling the Federal Student Aid Information Center toll-free at 1-800-433-3243, complete and mail to the federal processing center.

You must reapply each year. Renewal is not automatic. You should complete the application as soon as possible after January 1st of each year. To be considered for financial aid, applicants must be enrolled in an eligible curriculum leading to a degree or diploma, students must have a high school diploma or GED in which the transcript has been received by R-CCC’s admissions office, students must be meeting and maintain satisfactory academic progress, and a student may not owe a repayment on a grant or be in default on an educational loan, in addition to any other criteria set by the US Department of Education.

Priority Dates

In order to provide adequate time for processing and awarding financial aid prior to the start of classes, priority dates are identified for each semester.

Fall Semester – July 15

Spring Semester – October 15

If you submit your financial aid application after the established priority dates, you must be prepared to pay for your tuition, fees, and books. Please be aware that it takes approximately eight to twelve weeks to process the application. 

If a student’s financial aid eligibility has not been determined before the start of the semester, the student will need to be prepared to pay for tuition, fees, and books out of pocket or will need to set up a tuition payment plan.  Emergency assistance is available, but limited on a first come-first serve basis.  Once eligibility has been determined and there is financial aid eligibility, the student will be reimbursed for the amount of financial aid he/she is eligible for minus any funds due to the college.

Student Payment Plan (Tuition and Fees Only)

For $25 per semester, students may set up an interest-free monthly payment plan with Nelnet Business Solutions (e-Cashier) to cover the cost of their tuition and fees.  After registering for classes students may set up a plan after July 1, 2015.  Student ID number, total amount of tuition and fees for Fall Session 2015 and debit or credit card information are required.  If interested, please stop by the Business Office for more information.  NOTE:  It is the student’s responsibility to notify the Business Office of any changes made to his/her schedule to ensure that their payment plan is adjusted accordingly.

Tuition Refunds

Tuition refunds are processed in accordance with state guidelines.  A full refund shall be made to students who officially withdraw prior to the first class day (August 17, 2015) of the semester as noted in the College Calendar.  A 75% refund shall be made to students who officially withdraw from an 8-week class no later than August 26, 2015 and no later than August 27, 2015 for a 16-week class.

Textbook Charges/Returns

Students who wish to charge their textbooks using available financial aid, scholarship, grants, sponsorships, etc. will be permitted to charge and return textbooks through the Bookstore until August 26, 2015.  Books that are out of stock must be pre-charged in the Bookstore against the student’s Financial Aid or Sponsorship.  A charge slip must be signed by the student.  The Bookstore manager will properly notify the instructor when the books are available for pickup.  Bookstore charging WILL NOT be permitted after August 26, 2015.

For additional information, please contact the Office of Student Services at 252-862-1200 or visit the College’s website at

To view course offerings, please visit the College’s website at and click on RCCC WebAdvisor.