CFCC program will allow homeschool students to earn college credit

WILMINGTON, NC – Cape Fear Community College will hold an information session on a program that allows homeschool students to earn college credit.

It’s called the Career and College Promise Dual Enrollment program.

The information session will take place Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. in the Union Station Auditorium.

CFCC’s Union Station building is located at 502 N. Front Street.

The Career and College Promise program enables high school students to earn college credit by taking community college classes tuition-free.

“Dual enrollment is a great way for qualified high school juniors and seniors to get a head-start on college,” said Brian Weeks, CFCC Lead Educational Partnerships Liaison.

Students pursuing the program may choose from 40 career technical pathways and 3 college transfer pathways.

The information session will provide homeschool students with information regarding available courses, admission requirements, application deadlines, registration, and testing.

Parking for the event will be available in the Cape Fear Community College Visitor Parking Lot on 2nd Street.

For more information on the program, visit www.cfcc.edu/ccp.

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