Welcome to Admissions at Carteret Community College. The first step to becoming a college student is to be admitted. Here you will find the steps to get started.
Carteret Community College serves its students and community by awarding appropriate academic transfer credit for course work completed at regionally accredited institutions of higher education and credit-by-examination in accordance with recommendations published by the American Council on Education (ACE) thus enabling degree, diploma, or certificate completion, while maintaining program integrity.
Applicants who do not wish to pursue a particular program of study can be admitted as Special Credit/Visiting (non-degree seeking) students. These students will be enrolled for the purpose of gaining special skills or personal enrichment, but do not want to complete a degree, diploma, or certificate.
Steps to apply for Health Science programs and information on deadlines and openings.
Carteret Community College is committed to creating an accessible learning community where individuals with disabilities have an equal opportunity to pursue their educational goals, limited only by their abilities, not their disabilities. We strive to empower students, foster independence, and promote achievement of the student’s career and educational goals.
Carteret Community College is pleased that you have decided to apply for admission. To come to the United States and attend college, you must obtain a form I-20 from an institute of higher learning, which will allow you to apply for an F-1 or M-1 visa through your nearest American embassy or consulate.
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is a 2012 executive order of President Obama that allows certain undocumented immigrants to the United States who entered the country as minors to receive a two-year renewable period of deferred action from deportation and eligibility for a work permit.