Carteret CC Student Services is open in the McGee building, and we are waiting to help you with admissions, financial aid, or just questions you may have about becoming a college student. By coming to our offices, you will get one on one attention from our staff who can help you with all of your college or career questions. Walk-ins are always welcome! This is the best way to get started on your journey; however, if you will not be able to come to campus, please fill out an interest form, and the department who can meet your needs will reach out for a phone or virtual appointment.
MAPS (Mentoring, Advising and Planning for Success) is a student learning center located on the first floor of the Smith building (underneath the library). The MAPS Center provides a variety of services which include academic advising, tutoring, and testing. The MAPS Center offers students a safe and quiet environment for independent or group study. Computers are available for student use. Contact the MAPS Center at (252)222-6236 or MAPS@carteret.edu.
Carteret Community College has transfer agreements with the University of North Carolina System (UNC). The descriptions on this page identify the three agreements transfer students at Carteret Community College have with the UNC system.
The Information Technology Department is dedicated to delivering high quality technical service to the students, employees, and community. It is our goal to continuously meet the technological needs of all students, staff, faculty, and visitors.
Here you will find a list of all the student clubs & organizations available at Carteret Community College.
Find out where a few of our students are now after graduating from Carteret Community College.
Carteret Community College offers a variety of career services with the primary purpose to educate and assist students in developing and implementing a career in their chosen pathway. After perusing the information below, if you seek further assistance with career planning; please make an appointment with a counselor in the Student Success Center or with your college advisor.
Veterans returning to college often face unique challenges. Statistics show that the best way to ensure graduation numbers are strong among veterans is to guarantee that plenty of support is provided when they re-enter the educational institution.