Whether you are a new or returning student, an education plan is an important guide in completing your associate degree, diploma or certificate. In addition to your education plan, these resources can also help you stay on track.
For students who plan to transfer to a four-year institution, FTCC has articulation agreements with various colleges, universities, and educational facilities that determine what credits will transfer.
Find out the requirements for academic awards and distinctions for students who achieve academic excellence.
Use the academic calendars to plan ahead for important semester dates and student holidays.
Learn more about the North Carolina Diagnostic Assessment & Placement Test which may be a requirement for admission to FTCC.
Find out important information on how to register for classes, upcoming registration dates, and available classes.
View a PDF of FTCC’s most recent College Catalog and Student Handbook.
Browse the courses offered at FTCC and view their descriptions to learn more about the concepts covered in each course.
If you have gained valuable training and experience through military service, fire certifications, industrial and corporate training programs, apprenticeship programs, or successful completion of standardized exams (AP, CLEP, CTE, DANTES, DLPT, Excelsior, IB, etc.), you may be eligible to receive college credit.
Enrollment and degree verification is provided to current and past students and qualified requestors through the National Student Clearinghouse.
Program Evaluation, also called Degree Audit, is a powerful tool in WebAdvisor used for planning your courses. You can view your degree requirements, completed courses, and the courses you still need to take. You can even explore other programs and see how your completed coursework will apply to a different degree.
Review FTCC’s Student Handbook.
Learn about section codes which specify the session, location, type and time for each course offering.