The Career & College Promise (CCP) program offers motivated North Carolina high school students a clear, focused, and affordable path to future success, allowing them to get a head start on their career and college preparation.
Through CCP pathways, qualified high school juniors and seniors have the opportunity to enroll tuition-free in community college courses that lead to a certificate, diploma, or degree as well as provide entry-level job skills. Academic credits earned will enable students who continue into postsecondary education after high school graduation to complete a postsecondary credential in less time than would normally be required.
Career Technical Education (CTE) pathways are aligned with high school career clusters and lead to a certificate or diploma in a technical career area. Career clusters refer to fields of employment or industries that lead to careers within a specific field or industry. MCC offers a variety of CTE pathways.
To be eligible to enroll in a CTE pathway, a student must (1) be a high school junior or senior; (2) have a weighted GPA of 3.0 on high school courses or have the recommendation of the high principal or his/her designee; and (3) meet the prerequisites for the career pathway.
COLLEGE Transfer Pathways
Montgomery Community College offers both College Transfer pathways. Students successfully completing one of these pathways can earn 32-35 semester hours of college credits.
To be eligible to enroll in a College Transfer pathway, a student must (1) be a high school junior or senior; (2) have a weighted GPA of 3.0 on high school courses; and (3) demonstrate college readiness on an assessment/placement test by meeting or exceeding specific test scores in English, reading, and mathematics. Students not meeting those scores may be eligible for provisional acceptance.
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Enrollment in the CCP program is available to North Carolina public, private, and home-schooled high school students meeting the criteria established by the North Carolina Community College System and the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.