No, except for some non-credit courses taken on a self-supporting basis (i.e. safe
No, however, students wishing to enroll in more than 21 credit hours simultaneously
must have approval from their advisor and the College's Chief Academic Officer.
Yes, students enrolled in courses to complete a pathway during a term may concurrently
enroll in additional courses to complete the associated degree program within the
Yes, all curriculum courses (Fall, Spring, and Summer) taken by CCP students at community
colleges in accordance with in G.S. 115D-20(4). are tuition-waived except courses
offered on a self-supporting basis (i.e. safe driving courses).
All community college courses included on the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement
(CAA) will receive weighted credit in accordance with NCDPI policy GCS-L-004. CTE
and other courses not included in the CAA are not eligible for weighted credit.
Yes, principals are permitted to award dual credit based upon course content relative
to available high school courses and State Board of Education policy GCS-M-001, which
allows students in a College Transfer pathway to receive high school credit toward
graduation requirements using community college courses. Additionally, some CTE college
courses may count towards high school CTE core requirements. Reference NCDPI Dual Credit Allowances and contact the high school counselor/principal for more information.
CCP students enrolled in community college courses will be held to the same attendance
and academic requirements as traditional college students. Students should refer to
their college course syllabi for attendance information. Note that college course
absences/tardies are not considered excused/unexcused.
No, CCP is a dual enrollment program so the student must be enrolled in high school
classes in order to take college classes through CCP. Thus, high school graduates
(or high school students not enrolled in at least one class) cannot participate in
CCP. However, if the student's last high school semester ends after the relevant JCC
semester starts, the student would still be eligible for CCP.
Example 1: January 2023 seniors that graduate after January 6th are eligible for Spring
2023 classes through CCP.
Example 2: May 2023 seniors that graduate after May 16th are eligible for Summer 2023
classes through CCP.
No, required course materials and student fees are the student’s responsibility, however there may be local provisions for them.
A student’s high school, the school district, or another local organization may cover
these costs. Students should check with their principal or counselor to verify how
these costs are paid.
Unofficial transcripts can be viewed by the student via WebAdvisor. Official transcripts can be requested online via JCC Transcript Ordering Services or a request form in the Registrar's office (C1500, Wilson Building).
Stay the Course was discontinued due to depleted resources effective February 1, 2020.
Alternative financial solutions for high school graduates can be found in the JCC scholarship portal.
Yes, students attending a private, charter, or registered home school may participate
in CCP. Students are required to establish eligibility using the same criteria applied
to public school students (GPA, assessment scores). Non-public high school students
not using traditional grading scales shall follow JCC's established procedures for
assessing eligibility and determining placement.
-Student name, DOB, and address -High school name -High school administrator's name and signature -Completed and in-progress courses broken down by the academic year (i.e. 2021-2022
| Freshman year) -Date of high school entry and projected graduation date (MM/DD/YYYY) -Cumulative, unweighted GPA