Go to WebAdvisor and select, “I’m new to WebAdvisor.” Follow the steps to determine your User ID and password in order to access important information such as your schedule, grades, and unofficial transcript.
Your login information can also be used for Blackboard, which you will use to receive assignments from your instructors, complete class tasks, and keep track of your grades. You will not be able to access your courses until the first day of class.
Use this same login information to access your student email account. This is the only account your instructors will use to contact you with important information, so be sure to check it regularly.
Students who complete a full Career & Technical Education certificate pathway will be invited to attend FTCC’s graduation ceremony. High School Connections’ staff will visit your classes well in advance of the ceremony to collect graduation paperwork and distribute information. In order to be processed for graduation, you must submit your final official high school transcript. You are expected to wear your high school cap and gown for the event. Certificates will be mailed to students at the end of the summer.
If you plan to attend FTCC after your high school graduation, you do not need to re-apply to the College, but you DO need to submit a Program Change Form to the Information Desk in the Tony Rand Student Center (TRSC) with your final official high school transcript.
You can take FTCC’s placement exam (the North Carolina Diagnostic Assessment and Placement exam, or NCDAP) to obtain qualifying scores for High School Connections courses. To make an appointment for testing, please send an email to Kristen Marrero at firstname.lastname@example.org. A free study guide for the NCDAP can be found here.
If your institution is part of the UNC system, all of our College Transfer courses are guaranteed to transfer seamlessly as part of the Universal General Education Transfer Component (UGETC) initiative, as long as you earned a grade of ‘C’ or better. Career & Technical Education courses will be evaluated by the receiving institution to determine what credit may be awarded.
See University Outreach for more information.