- What high school courses are required for college transfer students?
- What about Placement Testing? And developmental course work?
- What is High School Programs & Cooperative Education?
- What is the North Carolina Articulation Agreement?
- Where are the North Carolina Universities and Community Colleges located?
- What are PCC’s University Transfer programs and pre-majors?
- What pre-major should I choose?
- What is AGE and AGE-UT?
- Who is my advisor?
- What are my responsibilities as an advisee?
- What courses are required for graduation of my transfer program? (See degree information below)
Associate in Arts (degrees and diplomas):
Pre-Liberal Arts degree
Birth to Kindergarten Education
Middle Grades Education
- How do I succeed in College?
- What are my student rights?
- How and when can I register?
- What do the letters on course section numbers mean?
- Is this science course for me?
- What do I need to know about registering for a science course?
Note: There is a time limit in effect for biology and chemistry courses because of the dynamic nature of scientific knowledge. For the 2012-2013 academic year, biology and chemistry courses will receive general education course credit for courses completed Fall 2008 and after. Biology and Chemistry courses completed prior to 2008 will receive elective credit. For further information, please refer to PCC Catalog page 69.
- How do I apply for financial aid?
- What is student educational planning?
- What courses do I need for the Nursing Program at ECU?