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RCCC summer registration

SALISBURY — Registration for summer and fall classes at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College is now underway.  The College has made significant changes to registration and course schedules to better accommodate students.  For instance, expanded summer course offerings give all students an opportunity to complete their educational goals and college classes.

Many online courses are being offered, making it more convenient for students to enroll and take courses from any location.  Students who are planning to graduate from high school this spring can get a jump start on college, whether they are attending Rowan-Cabarrus or another higher education institution.

Summer courses run four weeks or eight weeks beginning on May 23 and then again on June 21. Additionally, anyone interested in taking classes this fall should begin the application and registration process now.

College credits cost $76 per credit hour – meaning that the cost of the tuition for one semester is a little over $1,000. Students may apply online at www.rccc.edu/apply2016.

Approximately half of all Rowan-Cabarrus students intend to transfer to a four-year college or university. State institutions like the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Appalachian State University and University of North Carolina at Charlotte accept many Rowan-Cabarrus transfer students each year. Students can now transfer from Rowan-Cabarrus virtually seamlessly, thanks to a newly revised state-wide transfer agreement that streamlines and clarifies the process.

 

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