New Students

Steps to Apply to Fayetteville Technical Community College

A new student is a high school or GED graduate (OR is currently completing the last semester of high school) who has never attended a college or university.

1. Getting Started


2. Complete an Admissions Application

Make sure all areas are complete for “Residency Information” because this will determine whether you are an in-state or out-of-state student.

FTCC Application

3. Apply for Financial Aid

Complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to find out if you are eligible for financial aid.

Financial Aid Information
– FTCC’s Code is 007640


4. Submit Your Transcripts

All transcripts must be official, sealed documents submitted by your school to:

Fayetteville Technical Community College
Admissions Office
PO Box 35236
2201 Hull Road
Fayetteville, NC 28303


Additional Resources

High School Transcripts (Public NC High Schools)
– North Carolina GED Request
– GED Request (Other States)

5. Placement Testing

Unless an applicant is exempt, FTCC requires placement testing for new students in the areas of English, reading, and math. Find out if you meet one of the test exemptions, such as GPA or SAT/ACT test scores.

Academic Assessment & Placement – 910-678-8417

Test Exemptions

6. Meet with an Admissions Counselor

Admissions counselors offer guidance through the application process and provide information about programs and requirements.

To meet with an Admissions Counselor, visit the Information Desk in the Tony Rand Student Center or email

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7. Register for Classes

Visit the Information Desk in the Tony Rand Student Center for assistance, or register online via WebAdvisor.

Registration Information

Class Registration

8. Veteran’s Educational Benefits

If you plan to use VA benefits, visit the Veterans Service Office in Room 202A of the General Classroom Building for assistance.

Information on VA Education Benefits
– FTCC Veteran Services

Using VA Benefits

9. Pay Tuition

Tuition payments can be made online via WebAdvisor.

Tuition & Fees

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10. Student ID & Parking Decal

Bring your current class schedule and proof of payment to Room 102 of the General Classroom Building to get a Student ID.

To receive a parking permit, you will need:

– Vehicle Registration
– Valid FTCC Student ID
– Proof of Handicap Registration (if applicable)

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