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Career & College Promise Eligibility Requirements

College Transfer Pathways

11th and 12th graders

  1. Have an unweighted cumulative GPA of 2.8 on high school courses;

or

  1. Demonstrate college readiness in English, reading and mathematics on an approved assessment

(See Attachment A on the Career and College Promise Procedures Manual)

 

9th and 10th graders

OPTION 1

  1. Be identified as gifted by local AIG plan in English/reading and math;

and

  1. Demonstrate college readiness in English/reading and mathematics on an approved assessment;

(See Attachment A on the Career and College Promise Procedures Manual)

and

  1. Receive recommendation verifying the student has maturity to enroll from high school principal or equivalent administrator; and recommendation of AIG Coordinator (if one is employed by the district);

and

  1. Receive approval of college president or the college’s chief student development administrator or the college’s chief academic officer;

and

  1. Receive written consent of the student’s parent/guardian;

and

  1. Receive academic advising prior to enrollment in the program.

OR OPTION 2

  1. Be identified as academically or intellectually gifted in English, reading and math on an aptitude and achievement test as evidenced by a score in the range between the 92nd percentile and the 99th percentile on an aptitude and an achievement test included in the Mental Measurements Yearbook published by the Buros Institute of Mental Measurements;

and

  1. Demonstrate college readiness in English, reading and mathematics on an approved assessment;

(See Attachment A on the Career and College Promise Procedures Manual)

and

  1. Receive recommendation verifying the student has maturity to enroll from high school principal or equivalent administrator; and recommendation of AIG Coordinator (if one is employed by the district);

and

  1. Receive approval of college president or the college’s chief student development administrator or the college’s chief academic officer;

and

  1. Receive written consent of the student’s parent/guardian;

and

  1. Receive academic advising prior to enrollment in the program.

College Technical Education Pathways

11th and 12th graders

  1. Have an unweighted, cumulative GPA of 2.8 on high school courses;

or

  1. Demonstrate college readiness in English, reading and mathematics on an assessment

(See Attachment A on the Career and College Promise Procedures Manual)

or

  1. Have the recommendation of the high school principal or his/her designee and his/her rationale for recommendation in place of GPA requirement (assessment scores should be considered) and have the recommendation of the college’s Chief Academic Officer or Chief Student Development Administrator

 

9th and 10th graders

OPTION 1

  1. Have the recommendation of the high school principal or his/her designee and have the recommendation of the college’s Chief Academic Officer or Chief Student Development Administrator;

and

  1. Pass Math I with a grade of C or better;

and

  1. Score a 3, 4, or 5 on the End of Course assessment (EOC) for Math I;

and

  1. Score a 3, 4, or 5 on the 8th grade End of Grade ELA assessment;

OR OPTION 2

  1. Have the recommendation of the high school principal or his/her designee and recommendation of the college’s Chief Academic Officer or Chief Student Development Administrator;

and

  1. Demonstrate college readiness in English, reading and mathematics on an assessment

(See Attachment A on the Career and College Promise Procedures Manual)

 

*Freshman and Sophomores can only enroll in Engineering, Industrial, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Transportation Systems, Construction and Business Technologies programs.

*Freshmen and Sophomores may not enroll in any CTE pathways that contain UGETC (Universal General Education Transfer Courses

*Students interested in Health Science CTE Pathways must meet the eligibility requirements of those selective admissions programs (2.8 GPA or college readiness on RISE Placement test).   Health Science CTE Pathways are not open to 9th and 10th graders.

*Some Health Science Programs have age restrictions. See Attachment.

*Students in the Fire Academy must turn 17 within the semester they start.

*Homeschool applicants must submit their state registration card along with their high school transcript and CCP application packet.

*See the CCP Operating Procedures Manual for special eligibility rules due to COVID.

Program Contacts

For more questions about eligibility, please contact:

Julie Perry (Carteret County Public Schools)
julie.perry@carteretk12.org

Joey Savage (students not enrolled in Carteret County Public Schools)
savagej@carteret.edu

Fees

Tuition is waived for curriculum classes for fall and spring semesters. Students are responsible for purchasing their books and paying all fees to the college.

Calendar

Students will follow Carteret Community College’s academic calendar, which is different than the public school’s calendar.

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