FTCC serves over 42,000 students annually and provides 200+ occupational, technical, general education, college transfer, and continuing education programs.

FTCC President

President's Welcome Message

Congratulations on making “The Smart Choice” for your education! Why is FTCC the smart choice?

Flexibility in Delivery of Instruction and a Wide Range of Program Offerings.

FTCC offers over 190 programs of study leading to the award of associate degree, certificate, or diploma. For flexibility, many programs are available 100 percent online. With so much variety to offer, FTCC truly offers something for everyone.

High-Quality Programs and Support Services.

Our faculty members care about your success and are highly skilled in their areas of expertise. Beyond the classroom, FTCC offers extensive support services, such as the Student Learning Center, the Paul H. Thompson Library, counseling services, services specifically in support of our military and veteran students, and social activities through student clubs and organizations. I encourage you to stay focused on your goals, work hard, and take advantage of these free services designed to make your journey at Fayetteville Tech both enjoyable and successful.


FTCC rose garden

Our Mission, Purpose & Goals

“Serve our community as a learning-centered institution to build a globally competitive workforce supporting economic development”
Approved by the FTCC Board of Trustees: February 16, 2009 Last Reaffirmed: February 16, 2015
Institutional Goals – 2014-2019

  1. Respond to student and community needs through measurable goals.
  2. Establish a culture of quality customer service.
  3. Ensure fiscal responsibility, accountability, and financial stability.
  4. Focus on workforce preparedness to support economic development.

Adopted: September 16, 2013
Reaffirmed: February 16, 2015


Campus Profile

FTCC is a public, state-supported, two-year, comprehensive community college serving Fayetteville and Cumberland County, North Carolina. Established in 1961 as the Fayetteville Area Industrial Education Center with 105-acre Fayetteville campus and 10-acre Spring Lake campus. The number of students are 18,000 curriculum, 24,000 continuing education; We have 300 full time and 500 part time faculty.  FTCC has 200+ associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates

Campus Life

Brief History

Fayetteville Technical Community College (FTCC) enjoys a rich history that started through the vision of concerned business leaders in Cumberland County who recognized the need for a local institution to provide job training for area industries and educational opportunities for high school graduates and adult learners. From that vision and through the perseverance of these leaders, the Fayetteville Area Industrial Education Center (IEC) was established in 1961 at the old Central Elementary School.

Maps & Directions

Coming North on I-95 from the Lumberton area take I-95 N continue on I-95 N to Fayetteville.
Take exit 46A-46B toward Fayetteville
Merge onto NC-87 N
Continue onto NC-87 N/US-401 BUS N
Take exit for N Carolina 24/N Carolina 87/Bragg Blvd
Turn left onto Bragg Blvd
Turn left onto Barrington Cross St
Continue onto Devers St
Turn Right onto Hull Rd

Maps & Directions

Coming from US-401 from Raeford Take US-401 N.
Take US-401 N/Fayetteville Rd
Turn left onto Raeford Rd
Slight left onto S Reilly Rd
Turn right onto NC-1400/Cliffdale Rd
Turn right onto Morganton Rd
Turn left onto Skye Dr
Continue straight onto Devers St
Turn left onto Hull Rd

Maps & Directions

Coming South on NC-87 from the Spring Lake area Take NC-24 E/NC-87 S/N Bragg Blvd toward Fayetteville.
Slight right onto Fort Bragg Rd
Turn right onto Hull Rd

Maps & Directions

Coming South on I-95 from the Triangle or Raleigh area Take I 40 east and then take I-95 south.
Take 301 exit or the first exit to Fayetteville.
Turn right on Grove Street.
You will dead end on Bragg Blvd.
Turn right on Bragg Blvd.
Take Bragg Blvd to Barrington Cross.
Turn left on Barrington Cross and go through one stoplight.
Go to next stoplight and you are on campus.

Gainful Employment

Federal regulations require institutions to report certain information about Title IV eligible certificate or diploma educational programs that lead to gainful employment in a recognized field.



JOBS Center

Our staff is here to help as you prepare to search for employment. Services include a Job Search Basics Course, a Human Resources Development (HRD) course which covers skill assessment, career exploration, professional interviewing, job application training, and resume writing.


Consumer Information

FTCC is required to disclose certain information such as institutional reports, student outcome data, and health and safety policies so that students can make an informed decision about their education.