In 2013, the NC General Assembly (SB 402) directed NC colleges and universities to work together to create a centralized, uniform process for determining residency for tuition purposes and for the administration of State funded financial aid.
The state of NC will utilize a Residency Determination Service (RDS) to determine a student’s residency status for tuition and state aid purposes. Effective October 23, 2017, CVCC staff will be unable to make any residency decisions or changes for students.
Applicants will be required to complete an online Residency Interview before submitting the Application for Admission.
Please review important and detailed information about NC Residency.
CVCC is pleased to offer a large selection of summer courses for student convenience. Summer courses are delivered in a traditional classroom seated setting, as hybrids (part online & part classroom) and/or totally online. Students may choose from the following options, or a combination:
Application and registration for Summer 2018 is no longer available. Information for Summer 2019 will appear on this sites in early Spring.
Consult the College Catalog for course descriptions and prerequisites.
Online math classes require students to have the midterm and final exams proctored. There are two ways to do this:
Some Testing Centers charge a fee for test proctoring. The midterm and final exam dates are published on the Semester Schedule.
If you are taking classes at CVCC in the Spring '18 semester, you may visit the Advising Center (located on the lower level of Student Services building) for information about summer school.