Learn to Earn

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“The more you learn, the more you earn.” -Warren Buffett

Education pays. Whether you learn a trade or earn a certificate or degree, the odds are in your favor that you will have greater earning power than someone with only a high school diploma. Plus, you will have more job opportunities and an education proves you have what it takes to work hard and move up in a career.

We will help you accomplish your goals in less time than you probably realize. Most of our Continuing Education classes prepare you to earn career certificates and can be completed in as fast as several months.

Our Curriculum/College Credit programs offer certificates, diplomas, and degrees. An associate degree usually takes two years to earn. If you want to go on to earn a bachelor’s degree, we have six degrees to transfer to a four-year school and pathways to move into programs at several NC universities.

With our small class size, engaging instructors, and free tutoring, you will be successful in your studies. And money doesn’t need to be an obstacle. Our Financial Aid folks will do all they can to make college affordable and keep you out of debt.

Fall Semester

Fall semester curriculum/college credit classes will begin on August 15 for the 16-week semester and the first eight-week session. The second eight-week session begins on October 12. Continuing Education classes begin throughout the semester.

If you are a new student considering attending Sandhills beginning fall semester, please contact us today. We’d be happy to give you a campus tour, discuss our majors with you, or help you apply.

If you plan to take curriculum/college credit courses and will need financial assistance, begin by filling out the FAFSA. To receive funds in hand to pay fall semester tuition, you need to submit this by July 14. After that date you can still apply, but completion by July 14 assures that your application will be processed in time.

Financial assistance is also available for our Continuing Education classes. Information is available here.

Above are average 2020 annual salaries in the Piedmont Region of NC according to the U.S. Department of Labor’s  website: www.careeronestop.org. According to the North Carolina Department of Commerce, the average earnings for Moore and Hoke County males with only a high school diploma is $36,098 and $22,916 for females.