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College Transfer Pathway CCP Eligibility Overview

Eligibility & Additional Information

The Career and College Promise Pathway requires the completion of a transfer pathway approved by the State Board of Community Colleges including transfer courses in English and mathematics and ACA 122 College Transfer Success.

Students enrolled in Adult High School, Adult Basic Education, or Adult Secondary Education are not eligible for CCP.

To be Eligible for Enrollment

A high school student must meet the following criteria as of the first day of the applicable term:

  1. Be a high school junior or senior; and
  2. Have unweighted, cumulative GPA of a 2.8 or higher on high school courses, or
  3. Demonstrate college readiness on approved assessments in English, reading, and math (See Eligibility Benchmark Attachment). If placement testing is needed, you can contact a CCP Advisor for information on how you can schedule an assessment.

To Maintain Eligibility

For continued enrollment, a student must:

  1. Continue to make progress toward high school graduation, and
  2. Maintain a 2.0 GPA in college coursework after completing two courses, and
  3. Submit an updated high school transcript each academic term.

A student who falls below a 2.0 GPA after two college courses will be subject to the college’s policy for satisfactory academic progress.

Additional Information

  1. Students who are successfully progressing towards high school graduation have access to the CTP for one year as a junior and one year as a senior.
  2. High school students participating in CCP may not delay high school graduation in order to continue participation in the CCP Program. Colleges may request a graduation plan verifying what high school courses remain and the anticipated graduation date.
  3. A student may only enroll in one College Transfer Pathway and may not substitute courses in one program for courses in another.
  4. A student may change his or her program of study major with approval of the high school principal or his/her designee and the college’s chief academic officer or chief student development administrator. The college’s chief academic officer or chief student development administrator shall approve a change in pathway based on verification provided by the student that the program change allows the student to meet their newly chosen career path. Verification could include (but is not limited to) a bachelor degree plan published by the university, a career pathway plan, career information published in the Occupational Outlook Handbooks and/or information published in the North Carolina Career Cluster Guide, etc.
  5. With the approval of the high school principal or his/her designee and the college’s chief academic officer or chief student development administrator, a student who completes a College Transfer Pathway, while still enrolled in high school, may continue to earn college transfer credits leading to the completion of the Associate in Arts or Science, Associate in Fine Arts in Visual Arts, or Associate in Arts or Science Teacher Preparation.
  6. Students enrolled in courses to complete a pathway during a term may concurrently enroll in additional courses to complete the associate degree program within the same term.
  7. With the approval of the high school principal or his/her designee and the college’s chief academic officer or chief student development administrator, a student may concurrently enroll in:
    • One College Transfer Pathway and one Career Technical Education Pathway; or
    • One College Transfer Pathway and one Workforce Continuing Education Pathway

Important Enrollment Information

  • CCP students may enroll in supplemental courses, (example: MAT-010, MAT-021)
  • CCP students may enroll in curriculum transition courses but may not enroll in non-curriculum transition courses.
  • CCP students may not enroll in transition courses offered through CCR
  • CCP students may not audit courses.
  • CCP Students may not be enrolled in the Associate in General Education or General Occupational Technology programs
  • Students enrolled in Adult High School, Adult Basic Education, or Adult Secondary Education are not eligible for CCP.

CCP Advisor Contacts

Franklin County

Franklin County Campus
Evangeline Mitchell
mitchelle@vgcc.edu
(252) 738-3611

Granville County

South Campus
Reba Bullock
bullockr@vgcc.edu
(252) 738-3525

Vance County

Main Campus
Kierra Robinson
robinsonk@vgcc.edu
(252) 738-3232

Warren County

Warren Campus
Taylor Williams
williamst@vgcc.edu
(252) 738-3594

Granville Central, South Granville, and JF Webb High Schools

Connie Ragland
raglandc@vgcc.edu
(252) 738-3383

Quick Links
Contact
LYNDON
HALL
Dean of K-12 Partnership and Warren Campus
WARREN CAMPUS - Warrenton
Room:
W1103
(252) 738-3687