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Career College Promise

Catawba Valley Community College offers the Career and College Promise programs for high school students to get a head start on their college careers.

2017 Fall Registration

Registration by E-mail Deadlines (for all public, private, and home school students):

  • Paperwork due to Sarah McBride—Monday, July 31
  • Testing—all testing must be completed no later than Friday, August 4
  • E-mails accepted August 1–11, 2017 to ccp@cvcc.edu
  • Registration Confirmations will be sent to students between August 9 and 11

Career and College Promise Information Session for Public and Private Schools

Students and parents are encouraged to attend information and instruction sessions. Upcoming dates will be forthcoming for 2018 Spring Enrollment and Registration.

Career and College Promise Information Session for Home Schools

Students and parents are encouraged to attend information and instruction sessions. Upcoming dates will be forthcoming for 2018 Spring Enrollment and Registration.


Overview

The Career and College Promise (CCP) Program allows qualified students to be enrolled in high school and earn tuition free college credits at the same time. Students can earn college credit that can be applied to an Associates in Arts or Associates in Science that can then transfer to all public and many private colleges or universities. Students can also choose to earn credits in the many technical careers offered at CVCC. CVCC offers College and Career Promise classes at all local high schools tuition free. Students take classes on their high school campus during their first period block.

North Carolina high school programs formally known as Huskins, Learn and Earn Online(LEO, and Dual Enrollment are now combined into one--Career and College Promise (CCP). If you are a qualified North Carolina high school junior or senior, CCP gives you the opportunity to pursue these options--tuition free!
(The offering of all courses is contingent on sufficient enrollment.)

CCP provides high school students the following ways to advance post-high school success:

Career and College Transfer Pathways

Career Technical Educaiton Pathways

To learn what pathways are available within each of the these areas, please visit our CCP Pathways page.

CCP Eligibility:

For more information about who is eligible for CCP, please visit the Who's Eligible? page.

For more information, contact:

Sarah McBride
CCP Coordinator
smcbride@cvcc.edu
(828) 327-7000, ext. 4594
Fax: (828) 624-5208

Jill Hypes
CCP Facilitator
jhypes190@cvcc.edu
(828) 327-7000, ext. 4426
Fax: (828) 624-5208