Welcome to Pitt Community College
There are many reasons for transferring college, including gaining a new educational perspective or finding an academic program better suited to your goals.
At Pitt Community College, continuing your education is easy. Whether you are transferring from another community college or a four-year institution, we make transferring colleges a seamless transition.
PCC offers you dynamic learning opportunities designed to foster personal enrichment, enhance foundational skills, and create a pathway to your career goals. We educate and empower you for success by providing you with a quality education and workforce training.
Why Choose Pitt Community College as a Transfer Student?
PCC has been an educational leader since 1961. We are dedicated to supporting our students as they achieve their personal and professional goals. You can be assured that we strive to process your application in a timely manner and assist you in registering for your first-choice classes quickly.
Pitt Community College is one of the best colleges to transfer to because we offer five academic divisions:
PCC’s largest division, with a wide range of subjects to explore, including foreign languages and social sciences.
Our business courses prepare you to excel in business with courses such as Accounting, Marketing, Information Technology, and Office Administration.
Computer Integrated Machining, Electronics Engineering Technology, Industrial Systems Technology, and Skilled Trades are among the 12 associate degree programs in our CIT division.
Explore disciplines such as nursing, medical sonography, EKG technology, and occupational therapy.
Discover a wide range of possibilities, including courses in Early Childhood Education, Criminal Justice Technology, and Human Services.
Transferring Colleges: PCC’s Transfer Student Guide
At Pitt, we make transferring colleges as easy as applying as a first-time student. PCC is one of the best colleges to transfer to because of our step-by-step guide:
- Path — PCC has many career resources to help you decide on your career path, including assessment tests, especially if you are transferring colleges after one semester.
- Apply — As a transfer student, you’ll need to complete an online form to verify residency status through the Residency Determination Service (RDS). Please enter your RDS number when you begin your application with the College Foundation of North Carolina.
- Submit — Request official transcripts from all previously attended colleges or universities to be sent to: Pitt Community College, Office of the Registrar, P.O. Drawer 7007, Greenville, NC 27835, or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have additional questions, please call 252-493-7232.
- Financial Aid — While PCC’s tuition is affordable, there are other expenses such as books for which you may need assistance. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the place to start. Review a tutorial on how to complete your FAFSA. If you have already submitted your FAFSA, be sure you enter PCC’s school code, 004062, to direct the application to us.
- Placement — If you have transferrable English and/or math credits reflected on your official transcript(s), completing placement tests is not required. Transfer students without these credits who graduated high school over 10 years ago may be asked to complete the RISE Assessment.
- Connect — A Student Success Advisor will review your course selections and prepare you for New Student Orientation. Meet our advisors and schedule an appointment today.
- Attend — Even if you are transferring colleges after one semester, the best way to set yourself up for success at PCC is to attend New Student Orientation.
Transfers Students as Adult Learners
Continuing Education for Transferring Colleges
Learn More About Transferring to PCC
Talk with our Career Services team to find out why PCC is one of the best colleges to transfer to, even if you are transferring colleges after only one semester.
Learn more about financial aid and scholarships at PCC and contact our Financial Aid office.
Pitt Community College offers degree, certificate, and diploma programs to train for a new career or expand your skills.
Once you are accepted as a transfer student, you can apply for scholarships that help reduce the cost of earning your degree.
PCC understands that families are concerned about their loved ones, so we’ve created a series of videos to address the most commonly asked questions.
Before you decide if transferring colleges is right for you, visit PCC. We’ll host you on a guided tour, explain more about our programs, and introduce you to current students.
Your college tuition is determined by our current residency status, with North Carolina residents receiving a discounted tuition rate through state tax assistance.
Pitt Community College is proud to rank in the top 15 percent of U.S. schools designated Military Friendly institutions by GI Jobs magazine.