Whether you’d like to get a head start on a bachelor’s degree, train for a new career, brush up on your current job skills, or take a class for your own personal enjoyment, Cape Fear Community College has something for everyone.
What kind of classes are you interested in taking?
- Credit courses resulting in a certificate, diploma or associate degree
- College transfer (university parallel) to transition to a four-year school.
- Technical and vocational programs for work-ready careers.
Continuing Education Students
- Non-credit courses for professional development or personal enrichment
- Adult High School, GED, English as A Second Language
- Small Business Center seminars and customized training
Not sure what type of courses you would like to take?
CFCC operates under an open door policy. The college may accept any person who is at least 18 years of age or a high school graduate or its equivalent. There are additional admission requirements for some programs such as Nursing, Dental Assisting, Pharmacy Technology, Phlebotomy and Surgical Technology. See the information under Health Sciences for further information.
Applicants for most curriculum programs must submit a final high school transcript and a transcript of any prior college academic work. Official transcripts are required; faxed transcripts are not acceptable. Applicants should also plan to take any appropriate placement tests.