100%

Acceptance Rate

N/A

SAT Range

N/A

ACT Range

Cape Fear Community College Admissions

Before you begin with your admission process. It is important to understand your goal in life, the field you want to pursue your career in and what is the growth of that particular industry in the world whether they match with the opportunities available at the CFCC. We help you to connect with the professionals who guide you and help you understand all the available career options with us.

Undergraduate admission process

The admission process for an undergraduate student is as follows:

Step 1: Complete your North Carolina Residency information. This information will  establish whether you will pay in-state or out-state tuition fees. After completing you will receive a Residency Certification Number(RCN) this will be required in the admission application.

Step 2: Complete your admission application. There is no application fee. 

Note: If you have applied within one year, you don't need to apply again, contact the admission department and update the information.

Step 3: Submit your high school transcripts 

If you're currently in high school you need to submit the mid-year transcripts for provisional admission.

Once the official transcripts are received and processed you will be get the acceptance letter in 5-7 working days and than complete the enrollment process.

If you have questions or need assistance with the admission application, contact the Admissions Office at admissions@cfcc.edu or 910-362-7557.

The admission process has been completed. The enrollment process is as follows:

Step 1: Determine if you need placement Testing

Step 2: Apply for financial aid and scholarships.

Step 3: New Student Orientation.

Step 4: Create your student portal account.

Step 5: Meet the admission advisor and register for classes

Step 6: Pay for classes before the deadline. 


International Student Admission Process.

The admission for an international student is the same. In addition to the above admission process, International students have to go through some additional process which are as follows:

  • Submission of Immigration documents

  • If you are a permanent resident you need to submit a copy of valid permanent resident card to the admission office.

  • Foregin Transcripts must be evaluated and translated by a current member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) or by the current member of the Association of International Credential Evaluators(AICE). Completed evaluation with original transcripts must be send directly to the admission department 

Mailing address:

Cape Fear Community College

Office of Admissions

411 North Front Street

Wilmington, North Carolina 28401

Note: The college does not issue I-20 which is necessary for the student visa to the tourist visa as tourist visas are not allowed for curriculum courses.

SAT Scores you need to get in

Notably, the SAT score of an applicant is not one of the mandatory requirements to get admission to Cape Fear Community College. As a result, there is no data about the average SAT score or similar requirements to get admission here.

ACT Scores you need to get in

No official data about the minimum requirements concerning the ACT scores have been made publicly available by the university. However, candidates can submit their ACT scores for securing admission to Cape Fear Community College. The college doesn't put much emphasis on the same.

Estimated GPA Requirements & Average GPA

Grade Points Average (GPA) The average high school GPA of the admitted students

FALSE

GPA are neither required nor recommended for the admission process to Cape Fear Community College.

Admission Requirements

What Really Matters When Applying

High School GPA

Neither required nor recommended

High School Rank

Neither required nor recommended

High School Transcript

Neither required nor recommended

College Prep Courses

Neither required nor recommended

SAT/ACT

Neither required nor recommended

Recommendations

Neither required nor recommended

Undergraduate Admission requirements

The requirements for an undergraduate admission is: 

  • North Carolina Residency Determination form which determines whether your an in-state or out-state

    • For transfer it they already have a valid residency proof which is valid till the term begins. They can use the same for Cape Fear Community College. If it expires before the term begins you need fill the form

  • Admission application

  • High School Transcripts

    • For Transfer students, they will require High School Transcripts as well as all the previous college attended.


International Student Admission requirements

In Addition to all the documents stated above, International students require some more additional documents which are listed below:

  • Immigration Documents.

  • Evaluated and Translated Foreign Transcripts.

  • Student Visa(F, J or H).

Admission Deadlines

Application Deadline Deadline for application submissions. Please contact the school for more details.

18th Aug

Application Fee Application fees may vary by program and may be waived for certain students. Please check with the school.

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Early Decision Deadline

NA

Early Action Deadline

NA

Offer Action Deadline

FALSE

Offers Early Decision

FALSE

Application Website

cfcc.edu/admissions/

Accepts Common App

FALSE

Accepts Coalition App

NA

The last date to apply for the admission is August 18th.

Acceptance Rate and Admission Statistics

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Admission Statistics

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Total

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Accepted

Women

NA

Men

NA

Total

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Acceptance Rate

Women

NA

Men

NA

Total

100%

Enrolled

Women

NA

Men

NA

Total

NA

Percent of Admitted Who Enrolled (Admission Yield)

Women

NA

Men

NA

Total

NA

Credits Accepted

AP Credit

Yes

Dual Credit

Yes

Credit for Life Experiences

Yes

Most universities in the US incentivize students by helping them obtain college credits through certain courses, which are available in high school. Some of such popular programs available for the students include AP Credit, CLEP (Credit for Life Experiences), and Dual Enrollment (also known as Dual Credit). Different colleges have different policies regarding such credits. These programs are designed to provide various benefits to students, such as a shorter time to complete a degree, increased chances of finising a degree, and a higher GPA. Students who are interested in these courses and want to avail CLEP and AP credits can simply visit collegeboard.org and request to submit the scores to any college of their choice.

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