How to Apply
Apply online and electronically transmit your application by clicking here: RCC Online Application
Beginning mid- to late March, students applying for admission, transfer, or readmission to any N. C. community college or university must establish residency using a Residency Determination Service (RDS) application. This service will enable students to use one in- or out-of-state residency determination for admissions applications to multiple North Carolina colleges and universities and to demonstrate residency for financial aid consideration.
Visit the North Carolina Residency Determination Service website for more information.
Have an official high school transcript sent and official transcripts of all college work sent using the Transcript Request. You may want to contact any former institutions to determine if a fee is required with the request.
All GED transcript requests must be made to the NC GED Office
RCC students and former students: If you need a transcript sent FROM RCC to another school, college, or employer or RCC department, you need to visit the Registrar’s home page.
To find out more about completing your financial aid (FAFSA), click here.
Complete an admissions interview following the Placement Test and be formally admitted to a program of study.
To see a list of Academic Programs, click on the “Degree Programs” at the top of this page.
To view our Gainful Employment Academic Programs Disclosure, click here.