Admission Requirements for Career and College Promise (CCP)

WHAT ARE THE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS?

I.  Admission Requirements for College Transfer Pathways (CTP):

  • High school junior or senior
  • Unweighted GPA of 2.8+ on high school classes
  • Demonstrate college readiness in English, Reading and Mathematics on an assessment or placement test

College Readiness Benchmarks on Approved Diagnostic Assessment Tests for CTP

In addition to the diagnostic assessments, colleges may use the following SAT and ACT scores.

SAT Pre-ACT ACT
Evidence-Based Reading and Writing 480 English 18 English 18
Reading 22 Reading 22
Mathematics 530 Mathematics 22 Mathematics 22

 

II.  Admission Requirements for Career and Technical Education Pathways (CTE):

  • High school junior or senior
  • Unweighted GPA of 2.8+ on high school classes
  • Students must meet specific course prerequisites for individual SCC courses.
  • Recommendation of High School Principle

**Notes**

1)   Students can only take classes that fall within 2 pathways.

2)  All courses within the same pathway do not have the same test score or prerequisite requirements.

3) Students may be able to take some courses listed, but not meet the requirements for others. Carefully review the courses and their requirements.

4) CCP high school guidance counselors will assist in placement, planning and advising.

 

III.  Admission Requirements for Workforce Continuing Education Pathways (WCE):

Please contact Jason Levister for questions related to the (WCE) pathways:

Jason Levister
Director of Student Success, Scholarship and Date Support
(910) 695-3778
levisterj@sandhills.edu

Students may be concurrently enrolled in two pathways as follows:

  • Two Career and Technical Education pathways or,
  • Two Workforce Continuing Education pathways,
  • One Career and Technical Education pathway and one Workforce Continuing Education pathway,
  • One College Transfer Pathway (if eligible) and Career and Technical Education pathway, or
  • One College Transfer Pathway (if eligible) and one Workforce Continuing Education pathway.

Once a student enters a chosen pathway(s), they may only switch pathways with the permission of the high school principal or his/her designee and the Vice President of Academic Affairs of the college.