NCC and NCSU Sign Co-Admission Agreement

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Nash Community College and North Carolina State University (NCSU) signed an agreement this month for a dual admission program promoting transfer from the community college into the university. The NC State Community Collaboration (NC State C3) program creates predictable pathways from NC community colleges to NCSU providing high achieving, low-to-moderate income students with affordable access to higher education.
Students admitted into the program have up to three years to complete an associate degree at NCC. They will receive dual admission into NCSU as a non-degree studies student and will gain access to NCSU services, academic and financial aid advising, and specialized C3 program events. Once the community college students transfer into NCSU, they may receive admission into their undergraduate degree program and can be eligible for financial aid and scholarships.

The dual-admission partnership exists between NCSU and eight regional community colleges including Alamance, Central Carolina, Durham Technical, Johnston, Nash, Vance-Granville, Wake Technical, and Wilson community colleges.

In the photo, NCC President Dr. Bill Carver and NCSU Senior Vice Provost, Enrollment Management and Services, Dr. Louis Hunt, sign the agreement. Pictured on the back row from left are NCC Director of Advising & First Year Experience, Amanda Guy; NCC Associate Vice President, Transfer Initiatives Deana Guido; NCC Vice President, Corporate and Economic Development and Chief Economic Officer Wendy Marlowe; NCC Associate Vice President-Curriculum and Chief Program Officer Mike Latham; NCSU Associate Director and Coordinator of Transfer Admissions, Taylor Holland; NCSU Senior Associate Registrar, Erin Dixon; NCSU Director, C3 Program, Martha Harmening.