Roanoke-Chowan Community College

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Admissions Information

Roanoke-Chowan Community College (R-CCC) operates under the open-door admissions policy established in the North Carolina General Statute 115.D. We welcome any high school graduate or non-graduate who is 18 years of age or older and who can benefit from the instruction offered. Programs are available to allow current high school students to take curriculum classes at the College.

ONLINE APPLICATION

IMPORTANT MESSAGE REGARDING RESIDENCY DETERMINATION

EFFECTIVE MAY 1, 2017 – All students (except for high school students entering the Career and  College Promise program) must obtain a N.C. residency certification number (RCN) prior to submitting a Roanoke-Chowan Community College (R-CCC) application.  R-CCC will no longer be able to validate residency status for students or make any changes in residency status.  The North Carolina State Legislature has established the Residency Determination Service (RDS), which will serve as the single authority for determining whether a student qualifies for in-state or out-of state tuition.

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Step 1:  Complete NC Residency Determination at https://ncresidency.cfnc.org

                                      

Step 2:  Complete Application for Admissions at https://www.cfnc.org                             

             

Step 3: Finalize Admissions Process with Admissions Staff 

For more information concerning your completed RDS interview, password resets, extra documentation, or appeals, please use the following contact information.

RDS CALL CENTER:
844.319.3640 (toll free)
910.835.2427 (fax)

MAILING ADDRESS:
RDS
PO Box 41940
Raleigh, NC 27629-1940

EMAIL: rdsinfo@ncresidency.org

If you are thinking of becoming a student at R-CCC, the first step is to be admitted. You can come to the Student Services Center to apply in person or you may apply online. Certain categories of applicants must complete requirements in addition to submitting an online application for admission.

What is your admission status? Choose the type of student that best describes you to view the admissions process:

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NEW STUDENT

A new student is an individual who is attending college for the very first time since graduating high school.

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Returning Student

A returning student is a former R-CCC student returning to school after an absence of two years or more.

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TRANSFER STUDENT

A transfer student is an individual who has attended another college or university and is seeking a degree, diploma,or certificate at R-CCC.

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CURRENT R-CCC COLLEGE TRANSFER STUDENT

Current R-CCC students enrolled in Associate in Art or Associate in Science who are looking to transfer to a 4-year institution.

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SPECIAL CREDITNISITING STUDENT

A student who is currently enrolled at another college and wants to take courses at R-CCC to transfer back to their home institution or A student who needs to take a few pre-requisite courses to enter a program at another college or university.

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HOME-SCHOOL STUDENT

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Veteran Student

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International Student

An international student is an individual who needs to be issued an 1-20 form to be eligible to study in the United States.