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ENROLL NOW! 2nd 8 Week Classes begin on October 13

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ENROLL NOW! 2nd 8 Week Classes begin on October 13. Current and prospective students can “ENROLL NOW” for these classes. Registration is open daily and on-going through the first day of classes.

Click on the links below to access the 2nd 8 Week Course Offerings

2nd 8 Week Course Offerings (.pdf)

2nd 8 Week Course Offerings (Word)

Admission Steps Online

  1. Apply for Admissions

Complete an application for admission either in person at the Admissions Office or online.

  1. Submit Transcripts

Once you apply, be sure to have an official copy of your high school transcript or High Equivalency Diploma sent to:
R-CCC Admissions Office
109 Community College Rd
Ahoskie, NC 27910

  1. Apply for Financial Aid (if needed)

Nearly 90% of all R-CCC students receive financial aid from federal, state, and private sources. One application—the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) – is used to determine the amount of aid you may receive. To meet deadlines and ensure fund availability, it is important to fill out your application as soon as possible. The R-CCC Financial Aid Office can assist you with questions regarding the completion and submission of your paperwork.

R-CCC School Code:  008613.

After You’ve Been Accepted

  1. Student ID Number

As an accepted student, you will receive your “Student ID” the7-digit number in your acceptance letter. You are identified in our system by your Student ID number, so it is important to have it on hand when contacting any R-CCC business. You can also get your student id number from the Office of Admissions.

  1. Student Account

WebAdvisor is of the College’s official means of communication with students. Log in to WebAdvisor and follow the instructions for “New User.” If you have any problems logging into your account, please email your name and student ID to Computer access is available on campus in the Learning Resources Center, Student Lounge located in Student Services Center, and labs throughout campus.

  1. Assessment

Complete assessment tests (if needed, based on ACT/SAT scores) in the Testing Center (Student Services Center, Office Suite 221-C). Call (252) 862-1238 to schedule an appointment.

  1. Orientation

ALL newly enrolled degree-seeking students are required to complete a New Student Orientation Session as part of the pre-enrollment process. Orientation will cover  academic policies, getting connected to the college, and locating campus resources and services.  It is also a great opportunity to meet other students and become familiar with the campus.

  1. Advising & Registration

Meet with an Academic Advisor to plan your academic path, select courses, and register for classes. Register early to ensure you enroll in your desired courses.  Students with the appropriate access may self-register through their WebAdvisor account.  High school and newly enrolled students may not self-register.

  1. Book/Supplies/Student ID

Purchase books and supplies at the Bookstore (Jernigan Building, Room 111). Items needed at time of charge: a current student ID issued by Student Services, and a copy of your class schedule.  Financial Aid eligible students should view the Academic Calendar for dates in which to charge books.  Note:  There is a 5-day return policy on books.

  1. Tuition

Financial Aid eligible students should ensure all financial aid paperwork is completed and aid is awarded to cover the cost of tuition, fees, and/or books.  Cash paying students can pay tuition and fees by phone, by mail, or in person at the Cashier’s Office (Jernigan Building, Room 102) by posted the deadline. R-CCC also offers a convenient e-cashier payment plan.

  1. Updates and Schedule

The week before classes begin, logon to your WebAdvisor account to check for any changes to and/or print your class schedule.

And finally, attend class!!!

It’s not too late to Register for Fall Semester!!! 2nd 8-weeks mini-semester begins October 13, 2016.


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College & Career Readiness Classes

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(Formerly GED)

allow students to study at their own pace to….

·Help your children with school work
·Improve your reading, writing, or math skills
·Earn your high school equivalency diploma
·Prepare for college
·Improve your employment status and soft skills
·Earn a possible pay increase

Questions?  Please contact…

Hayward Humphrey
Tishadda Walton


Sponsored by:
Roanoke Chowan Community College





RCCC Campus
Ahoskie, NC

Math Sense*
RCCC Campus
Ahoskie, NC

1st Baptist Murfreesboro**
Murfreesboro, NC

West Bertie Elementary
Kelford, NC
Tuesday, Thursday

Woodland Olney School
Woodland, NC
Monday, Tuesday

All God’s Children
Aulander, NC
Tuesday, Thursday

*October 13-Dec 9th
**New location

Director, Institutional Effectiveness and Research

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Grant Writing Workshop

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2016_09_12 Grant Writing Siminar

Seminars begin promptly at 6:00 PM and end at 9:00 PM

Located in the Freeland Building – Room 140

Register by calling 862-1279

Instructor: Olga Abrams from the Upper Coastal Plain Council of Governments

Director, Financial Aid

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Colleague Systems Administrator

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Student Resources

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Career and College Promise students taking classes on campus, online or with their high schools have access to R-CCC’s support services and student life opportunities.

R-CCC’s WebAdvisor and G-mail accounts will allow students to access many resources including their personal R-CCC email and academic record.  Click on the appropriate link on the right side of the page under IMPORTANT LINKS

Advising and Counseling
Students can receive academic advising relating to career planning, transfer, disability or retention.

Disability Support Services
Students who determine there is a need for accommodations based upon disability should visit the Disability Support Services website.

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Students must complete a FERPA release form in order for parent(s) and/or school officials to have access to educational records

Library Resources
Students have access to use the R-CCC library system. This includes each of the campus library and the online resources associated with the library system.  An ID is required during each visit in order to use equipment, check out books, or use the computers.

Student Life
CCPP students can take part in many of the programs, clubs and activities that Student Life provides.

R-CCC offers 16 clubs and organizations to keep students engaged outside of the classroom. 
Click here to view the clubs/organizations we offer.

Parent Information

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High school students who enroll in R-CCC classes on campus, online or through their high school are officially entering college and establishing an official college transcript. In addition to the challenging coursework, students will become more independent. 

Academic Expectations

CCP students will be participating in college-level coursework in various subject matters. The classes will consist of students from all walks of life in our traditional and online programs.

Our courses are taught for 8, 12, or 16 weeks through face to face, online or hybrid (combination of face-to-face and online)

Faculty will provide a course syllabus that tells students exactly what is expected of them, attendance and participation, when assignments are due, and how grading will be done. Reading and writing assignments are due on the date given and late work may or may not be accepted. If accepted, it is likely there will be a lower grade assigned.

Collegiate coursework requires students to pursue their education in the classroom and on their own. Students are expected to be prepared for each class and should be prepared to offer information, thoughts and ideas to the class discussion. They may be asked to cover controversial topics and to confront questions without easy answers.

It is often expected that students will let their professor know ahead of time if they will be absent. If a student chooses to be absent from the class, he / she will still be responsible for the work due and they may need to get notes from the class from their peers.

Extracurricular activities may conflict with coursework. Help your student determine priorities, and decide if they are ready to take on the extra work and study required in a college course.  


When questions or problems arise, encourage students to deal with the appropriate person. Help students think about how the problem can be approached, what information is needed and how to ask the right questions. If there are already policies regarding the issue, help him / her to find the information on the College website. Together consider the options, the advantages of taking action and the consequence of not taking action.

Students are expected to reach out to their professor if they don’t understand content or expectations. Students should also take advantage of tutoring services offered by the College if needed. 

FERPA:  College faculty and other college personnel will not talk with a parent without the permission of and/or presence of the student. The conversation is between the administrator/faculty member and the student.

If the results of the meeting are not satisfactory, parents should help the student determine if he/she will accept the decisions or help determine who the student should approach next.

With parental help, students can move from expecting parents to take care of issues and become comfortable as a self-advocate.