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                                                                                                                                                               Contributors
Gree�ngs, College Transfer Students!
                                                                                                                                                       Ms. Jackie Foster, Counselor, CFCC
Welcome to the fi�h largest community college in North Carolina!                                                                          Ms. Linda Kasyan, Director of Enrollment Management, CFCC
                                                                                                                                                Ms. Vivian Boykin, Director of Counseling, CFCC
This college has much to offer you and con�nues to evaluate its support services and program offerings to serve you.
                                                                                                                                     Ms. Ann Marie Beall, Associate Director of Transfer Admissions, UNCW
Likewise, you have much to offer this college! Consider sharing your �me, talents, and exper�se:
                                                                                                                                 Ms. Rebecca Egbert, Senior Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions, UNC-CH
       •    Par�cipate in our concerts                                                                                          Ms. Karen Brown, Communication Instructor/Service Learning Coordinator, CFCC
                                                                                                                                                Ms. Lynn Benson, Facilitator, Learning Lab, CFCC
        •   Join a club or an organiza�on
                                                                                                                                                       Mr. Phil Farinholt, Registrar, CFCC
        •   Showcase your art work or help produce a play                                                                             Ms. Jo-Ann Craig, Financial Aid Director/Veterans Coordinator, CFCC
                                                                                                                                   Ms. Gwen Morris, Assistant Coordinator, Disability Support Services, CFCC
        •   Write an excellent poem or short story for our literary and arts magazine, Portals, and compete for a prize
                                                                                                                           Ms. Robin Hardin, Huskins and Cooperative Education Program Coordinator/Instructor, CFCC
        •   Achieve a high GPA and earn your place on the Dean’s List or the President’s List                                                  Dr. Larolyn Zylicz, Chair, Distance Learning, CFCC
                                                                                                                                        Mr. Robert Puckett, Chair, Social and Behavioral Sciences, CFCC
        •   Join Phi Theta Kappa, the na�onal honor society for two-year colleges                                                              Ms. Subi Rajendra, Learning Lab Coordinator, CFCC
        •   Give back to the community by doing a service learning project                                                                    Ms. Orangel Daniels, Dean of Arts and Sciences, CFCC

        •   Sign up for a co-op experience that may help you decide your major

        •   Serve as a tutor in our Learning Lab

        •   Par�cipate in one of our forums.

Remember: Educa�on e-m-p-o-w-e-r-s! Together, we can help change the course of history and touch lives around the
world, elimina�ng poverty, figh�ng diseases, ba�ling human trafficking, and addressing environmental concerns, to name
a few.

I expect the following of my transfers: when you complete your degree and transfer, make sure that you earn a 3.0 or 4.0
grade-point average at the ins�tu�on of choice, especially within the first two semesters a�er transfer.

CFCC employees and staff wish you the best!



Orangel Daniels
Dean, Arts and Sciences
Tel. #: 910-362-7129
odaniels@cfcc.edu
Room S201E                                                           Preparing for a Global Education




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                                                   Campus Life                                                             The college transfer/university-parallel programs at
                                                                                                                                                                                                The Associate in Science Program
                                                      Stay Connected!                                                                                                                           This program requires more math and science and is
                                                                                                                           CFCC are designed for students planning to enroll in an
                                                                                                                           Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, or Associate in             recommended for majors like Biology/Biology Education,
                            CampusCruiser is a web-based portal that links all aspects of campus life to create a
                                                                                                                           Fine Arts degree and ultimately transferring to a four-              Math/Math Education, Chemistry, Computer Science,
                            community environment. It provides services to every student such as email, campus
                                                                                                                           year North Carolina college or university that endorses              and Engineering. Compared to the Associate in Arts
     announcements, personal file space, and class web space. WebAdvisor is integrated directly in CampusCruiser, so that
                                                                                                                           the statewide Comprehensive Articulation Agreement                   programs, the Associate in Science requires more math
     students can search, register, and pay for classes, check on finacial aid arrangements, update addresses, and more.
                                                                                                                           (explained later in the guide). This guide focuses mainly            and science courses; fewer humanities/fine arts and
     Students are encouraged to check CampusCruiser on a regular basis to receive important college information. A link
                                                                                                                           on two program completers —Associate in Arts and                     social science courses; a two-course sequence in general
     to CampusCruiser is on CFCC’s website at www.cfcc.edu.
                                                                                                                           Associate in Science—but includes information that                   biology, general chemistry, or general physics; and a
                                                                                                                           benefits all transfer students.                                       higher level math in the general education core.
                                                                                                                           The Associate in Arts Programs                                       The Associate in Fine Arts (AFA) Programs
                                                                                                                           The Associate in Arts: General Studies program is                    The Drama premajor enables students to concentrate
                                                                                                                           recommended for students who need a strong liberal                   in one of three areas: Acting for the Stage, Acting for
                                                                                                                           arts background. CFCC also offers special transfer                    Television and Film, and Technical Theatre. Unlike the
                                                                                                                           tracks or premajors for certain liberal arts majors, like            other transfer programs, the AFA has only 28 hours of
                                                                                                                           Psychology. Students may earn Associate in Arts                      the general education core but 36-37 electives. Students
                                                                                                                           degrees in 20 premajors. The intent of the premajors                 are advised to contact the senior institution early to find
                                                                                                                           is to help students transfer as juniors in the majors. In            out if they will be required to take additional general
                                                                                                                           reality, the premajors are generic and may not satisfy               education courses after transfer. If additional core
                                                                                                                           all the requirements of the respective majors at the                 courses are required, students may use the core courses
                                                                                                                           16 UNC institutions. Therefore, CFCC has attempted                   to fulfill some free elective requirements in the AFA
                                                                                                                           to parallel its premajors (as much as possible) to the               program.
                                                                                                                           respective majors at the University of North Carolina at
                                                                                                                                                                                                The Music and Music Education premajor is another AFA
                                                                                                                           Wilmington (UNCW), the primary transfer institution of
                                                                                                                                                                                                program.
                                                                                                                           CFCC students.


                                                                                                                            ASSOCIATE IN ARTS            Art Education                                                            A1010A
                                                                                                                                                         Business Administration, Accounting, Economics, Finance, and Marketing   A1010B
                                                                                                                                                         Business Education and Marketing Education                               A1010C
                                                                                                                                                         Communication/Communication Studies                                      A10100O
                                                                                                                                                         Criminal Justice                                                         A1010D
                                                                                                                                                         Elementary Education                                                     A1010R
                                                                                                                                                         English                                                                  A1010E
                                                                                                                                                         English Education                                                        A1010F
                                                                                                                                                         History                                                                  A1010H
                                                                                                                                                         Information Systems                                                      A1010V
                                                                                                                                                         Mass Communication/Journalism                                            A1010W
                                                                                                                                                         Middle Grades Education                                                  A1011A
                                                                                                                                                         Nursing                                                                  A1010I
                                                                                                                                                         Political Science                                                        A1010K
                                                                                                                                                         Psychology                                                               A1010L
                                                                                                                                                         Social Work                                                              A1010Q
                                                                                                                                                         Sociology                                                                A1010N
                                                                                                                                                         Special Education                                                        A1010Z
                                                                                                                            ASSOCIATE IN FINE ARTS       Drama                                                                    A1020C
                                                                                                                                                         Music and Music Education                                                A1020D
                                                                                                                            ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE         General Studies                                                          A10400
                                                                                                                            ASSOCIATE IN ARTS            General Studies                                                          A10100
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         Transfer Core Effective now, CFCC                2.    Associate in Science Diploma
    Diploma Programs offers two transfer                       A total of 44-46 SHC from the general education            free
                                  diplomas. The
    diplomas are one-year programs and consist of             core, consisting of                                             TUTORING
    44-47 hours: 44-46 hours of the general education          6 SHC of English composition
    core and 1 optional elective. Reminder: Most math
    “general education core” courses and all foreign           9 SHC of humanities/fine arts (One of the
    language “general education core” courses require           following courses is required to substitute for 3
    labs. When you register for these courses, always           SHC of humanities/fine arts: COM 110 or 120 or
    select the lab section that corresponds with the            231. COM 231 is recommended.)
    lecture section.
                                                               9 SHC of social/behavioral sciences
    The transfer diploma may be awarded to students                                                                      The Learning Lab provides the following services
    who complete the 44-hour general education core            20 SHC of natural sciences and mathematics,              to enhance your college success:
    of an Associate in Arts or an Associate in Science          which includes a minimum of 6 SHC of
    program and who plan to transfer without an                 mathematics and 8 SHC of natural sciences.                • One-One-Tutoring
    associate degree. Students must earn at least
                                                                                                                            † Englsih                 †   Math
    a grade of “C” or better in each course, earn an
    overall grade-point average of 2.0 or above, and          REQUIREMENT: All diploma candidates must                      † Chemistry               †   Physics
    obtain acceptance. Reminder: A senior institution         demonstrate basic computer competency.                        † Biology                 †   Anatomy & Physiology
    may require a higher grade-point average,                                                                               † Psychology              †   Sociology
    and students must comply with all admission               OPTIONAL FOR EACH DIPLOMA PROGRAM: A                          † Accounting              †   Microbiology
    requirements. Completion of the diploma means             transfer elective or a non-college transfer course of         † Microbiology            †   Marine Science
    that all basic studies requirements have been met.        one (1) semester hour, like ACA 122- College Transfer         † Spanish                 †   Computer Applications
    The diploma requirements are                              Success or COE 111 -Co-op Work Experience, may be           • Reading & Writing Center
                                                              included as long as the course is listed in the two-year    • Online Tutoring
    1.   Associate in Arts Diploma                            program. This credit hour is optional. Depending on
                                                              the course selection, a student’s total credit hours        • Computer use for all students, including
         A total of 44-46 SHC from the general                may be more than 44 hours since all foreign language          students with special needs (hearing- & sight-
         education core, consisting of                                                                                      impaired students)
                                                              core courses and many math courses require labs.
          6 SHC of English composition                                                                                   • Study, test-taking, and note-taking skills

          12 SHC of humanities/fine arts (One of the                                                                        Wilmington Campus                 North Campus
           following courses is required to substitute                                                                        L 218 (L Building)            I 113 (in the Library)
           for 3 SHC of humanities/fine arts: COM 110                                                                        Phone: (910) 362 - 7137        Phone: (910) 362 - 7554
           or 120 or 231. COM 231 is recommended.)            Online Associate in Arts: General Studies Degree
          12 SHC of social/behavioral sciences                                                                                        http://cfcc.edu/learninglab
                                                            Distance Learning (DL) provides CFCC students the
          6 SHC of mathematics                              opportunity to earn an Associate in Arts: General
                                                            Studies degree online. All students follow the same
          8 SHC of natural science.                         CFCC application process and then choose online
                                                          courses to fulfill the degree requirements. For general
                                                           information about DL, go to http://cfcc.edu/dl. You
                                                            will also find specific information about this online
                                                                                  degree at:
                                                                         http://cfcc.edu/dl/aag.html




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                                                                                                                            T  o enroll in any senior institution in the University of North Carolina (UNC) System, students
                                                                                                                               whose high school class graduated in 1990 or later should have completed the following high
                                                                                                                            school requirements (Students who graduated from high school prior to 1990 may receive special
 Transferrring from another college/university?                          Disability Support Services (DSS)
 Once you are certain that you will attend CFCC, be sure                                                                    considerations and should contact the receiving institution for this information.):
                                                               CFCC offers disability services at both campuses
 to contact the Financial Aid Office at your current school      to ensure ADA compliance and provide access to                Four (4) units of English (emphasizing grammar, composition, and literature)
 to decline any financial aid that is in process for you to     reasonable curriculum accommodations for students             Two (2) units of a language other than English (for students who graduate from high school in
 receive there. It is recommended that this step be done       with documented disabilities. Possible types of                2003-04 and beyond)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      The Minimum Course Requirements (MCR)
 prior to July 1 for fall semester and prior to December 1     disabilities served include physical; visual; hearing or      Four (4) units of mathematics in any of the following combinations:
 for spring semester.                                          mobility impairments; learning disabilities; medical            Algebra I and II and geometry and one unit beyond Algebra II, or
                                                               conditions such as seizure disorders, brain injuries, HIV/      Algebra I and II and two units beyond Algebra II, or
 Submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid             AIDS, or cerebral palsy; and mental health conditions           Integrated Mathematics I, II, and III and one unit beyond Integrated Math III (The fourth unit




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    for Undergraduate Admission to UNC Institutions
 (FAFSA) and designate CFCC as the school to which the         such as depression and post traumatic stress disorder.            of mathematics affects applicants to all UNC institutions except the North Carolina School
 results should be sent by providing CFCC’s federal school     Accommodations help provide students complete access
                                                                                                                                 of Arts. The mathematics courses with Algebra II as a prerequisite that meet the new
 code (005320). Financial aid does not automatically           to and full participation in the educational process. It
                                                               is the responsibility of the student to make timely               UNC Minimum Course Requirement are AP Calculus; AP Statistics; Pre-Calculus, formerly
 transfer from one school to another. If you have already                                                                        Advanced Math; Discrete Mathematics; IB Mathematics IV; and Advanced Functions and
 completed a FAFSA and did not originally include CFCC,        disclosure of a disability, provide documentation of the
                                                               disability, and register with Disability Support Services         Modeling.)
 you must add CFCC’s federal school code. You may
 electronically complete an initial application or revise an   (DSS). Instructors will not provide accommodations for        Two (2) units of social studies (including one unit of US history)
 existing application at www.fafsa.ed.gov.                     students without the appropriate paperwork from DSS.            Three (3) units of science (including a unit of life or biological science, a unit of physical
                                                               Student diability records are treated as confidential              science, and at least one laboratory course).
 An award status notification will be sent to you once          information and are not a part of the academic records in
 you have been accepted to CFCC and your FAFSA data            the Registrar’s Office.                                        If a student is deficient in just one of the above MCR requirements, the student is considered
 has been received and reviewed.                                                                                            deficient in MCR and must choose one of the following ways to remove the deficiency:
                                                               For additional information, you may contact Disability
                                                               Support Services Office (A215), telephone numbers              1) Obtain an Associate in Arts degree or an Associate in Science degree or an Associate in Fine Arts
                                                               (910)362-7158 or (910) 362-7012.                                degree
Transferring from CFCC to another institution?
Submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid                                                                           2) Obtain the 44-hour general education core or the Transfer Core Diploma (offered in the
(FAFSA) and designate the school(s) you wish to attend                                                                         Associate in Arts: General Studies and in the Associate in Science: General Studies program.)
as the school(s) to which the results should be sent. You                                                                      Recommendation: Take two math courses with M-A-T prefixes unless you contact the senior
may electronically complete an initial application or add                                                                      institution and learn that it accepts the CIS 110 as the second math. All senior institutions are
a new school to an existing application at www.fafsa.                                Student Activities                        supposed to accept the CIS 110, according to the CAA, but they do not.
ed.gov. Financial aid does not automatically transfer
                                                                     Extra-curricular activities are an important part of   3) Obtain the 66666 (must be general education core courses listed in the college transfer
from one school to another.
                                                                     the total educational programs at CFCC and fulfill         programs; just refer to the core in the Associate in Arts: General Studies program (refer to pages
Contact the Financial Aid Office at the school(s) you wish             the College’s mission by providing a variety of           65-67 of the CFCC 2007-08 Catalog/Handbook):
to attend to determine applicable deadline dates and                 activities that enrich students’ lives:
application materials required in addition to the FAFSA,                                                                        a) 6 hours of freshman composition (ENG 111 and 112 or 113 or 114). ENG 112 is the standard
if any.                                                              Athletics, Clubs and Organizations                            second composition.
                                                                      • Athletics and Intramural Activites
Once you are certain you will attend a school other than                  � Women’s and Men’s Soccer                            b) 6 hours of a foreign language sequence
CFCC, contact the Financial Aid Office at CFCC to decline                   � Golf
any financial aid that is currently in process.                            � Basketball                                          c) 6 hours of social and behavioral sciences
                                                                          � Volleyball
                                                                      • Student Governent Association                           d) 6 hours of math (select the math that is required for your intended major)
 Veterans Benefits for Transfer Students                               • Jazz
                                                                      • Spanish                                                 e) 6 hours of natural sciences
 Once you are certain that you will attend CFCC, please               • Drama
 call Ms. Rachel Cavenaugh, CFCC’s Veterans Benefits                   • Bible
 Advisor, at 910-362-7317, to schedule an appointment.                • Nursing                                                              In many cases, an MCR deficiency has occured because
 Additional financial aid and veterans benefits                         • Phi Theta Kappa                                                          a student did not take Algebra II in high school.
 information are available at http://cfcc.edu/finaid.                      and many more...


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                                             (Date of Implementation: Fall of 1997)
                                                                                                                                                                     (from Phil Farinholt, the Registrar)


    T    o make it easier for students to transfer between
         the 58 North Carolina community colleges and
    the 16 institutions in the University of North Carolina
                                                                         To receive maximum benefit from the CAA,
                                                                         students may transfer as juniors if they follow
                                                                         these guidelines:
                                                                                                                                1. Our classes are as challenging as those at four-year institutions. Please attend class, allow time for
                                                                                                                                   studying, and remain current with your assignments. You can do it!
    System, the North Carolina General Assembly
    mandated the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement                    •   Earn an Associate in Arts degree or an             2. CLEP exams (you may take them at UNC-W) are the only way to test out of college transfer courses.
    (CAA). In addition, 23 private colleges and universities                 Associate in Science degree.                          CLEP scores are nationally recognized.
    in North Carolina endorse the agreement. The CAA                     •   Earn a grade of “C” or better in all CAA
    is like an insurance policy, offering protection to                       courses.                                           3. Check your CampusCruiser daily! It’s the best way for you to be informed about campus news,
    community college students if they meet certain                                                                                including important emails from your instructors and college staff.
                                                                         •   Earn an overall grade-point average of a “C”
    criteria and ensuring that their courses will transfer.
                                                                             or a 2.0 on a 4.0 scale at the time of transfer.
    The agreement applies to students who are pursuing                       (Note: The 2.0 is based on CFCC’s calculation;     4. Use WebAdvisor to view your own academic records, register online, receive grades, and track progress
    an Associate in Arts or an Associate in Science degree                   however, once a student is admitted to a              towards graduation.
    and provides guidance to those who are pursuing an
                                                                             UNC institution, a student’s GPA may be
    Associate in Fine Arts degree. The Associate in Arts and                                                                    5. Register early! This is the only way to help ensure you’ll get the classes and times you need. You can
                                                                             recalculated before the student is admitted
    the Associate in Science degrees consist of a general                                                                          register early without having to pay right away.
    education core of at least 44 semester hours and 20-                     into a major. If the receiving institution
    21 semester hours of electives. Since the Associate in                   requires a higher GPA for admission, the           6. It is never too early to visit the college you plan to attend after Cape Fear Community College. Let the
    Fine Arts degree contains only 28 semester hours in the                  student must comply with the higher GPA.              faculty/staff of your transfer institution know that you are serious about attending their institution and
    general education core, students may still be required               •   Obtain acceptance at the UNC institution.             seek their advice on courses to take while with us.
    to complete the core or the basic studies requirements
    of the receiving institution.                                                   If students elect not to obtain an          7. Plan to complete your AA, AS, or AFA degree with us before transferring. It makes transferring so much
    The core provides opportunities for                                             associate degree but opt to obtain a           easier and favorable for you. Reminder: you will get the maximum CAA benefit if you complete a
                                                 Under the CAA, no student Transfer Core Diploma, they may still
    students to understand the philosophy,                                                                                         transfer degree; you will get the minimum CAA benefit if you complete a transfer diploma.
                                                 is guaranteed admission to transfer their general education core
    literature, institutions, and art of
    their own culture and other cultures;         the UNC institution of his/       (44 semester hours) provided that they      8. Properly withdraw from classes and receive grades of “W” or “WP.” If you stop coming to a class and
    to understand math and science; to           her choice or to any specific have earned a “C” in each CAA course,                you don’t complete a withdrawal form, you may receive a grade of “F.” Please avoid any punitive
    communicate with others and develop a          program or professional          earned an overall grade-point average          grades! Federal aid funds (Pell Grant, Academic Competitiveness Grant, SEO Grant, Stafford and PLUS
    sense of community. The core also helps        school in the institution.       of a “C” (or the grade-point average           Loans) may need to be returned to the Federal Government if you withdraw from ALL classes before
    students demonstrate competencies            Admission is a competitive specified by the senior institution),                   the end of the semester. This will result in your owing a balance to CFCC and/or the U.S. Department of
    in the following: reading, writing,                    process!                 and obtained acceptance. These
                                                                                    students will need to file “an Intent-          Education.
    oral communication, fundamental
    mathematical skills, and the basic use                                          to-Graduate” (form housed in Student
                                                                                    Development); the filing dates are
                                                                                                                                9. Plan to graduate? Are you in your last semester? Make sure to complete an Intent-to-Graduate; this
    of computers. The electives or “Other                                                                                          form is housed in the Registrar’s Office. Be sure to apply before you register for your final classes so the
    Required Hours” provide opportunities for students to              listed in the CFCC catalog.
                                                                                                                                   Registrar’s Office can furnish you an exact list of what you need to graduate.
    explore other areas of interest.
                                                                         If students do not complete an associate
    In the North Carolina Community College System,                      degree (minimum of 64 semester hours) or               10. Send final transcripts. Be sure to request that a transcript be sent to your four-year college after your
    transfer courses are classified as “general education                 the general education core (minimum of                     final grades are posted and after your graduation information is posted. Sometimes students are
    core” or as “electives” (listed in the CFCC catalog as               44 semester hours), receiving institutions                 waiting to hear if they have been accepted from a receiving institution while the receiving institution is
    “Other Required Hours”). Under CAA guidelines,
                                                                         will evaluate the transfer credits on a                    waiting to receive the student’s final transcript.
    general education courses may be used as electives, but
    electives may not be used to fulfill general education                course-by-course basis; and students will
    requirements.                                                        come under the basic studies requirements
                                                                         of the receiving institution.
     Students must meet the receiving university’s foreign
    language and/or health and physical education
    requirements, if applicable, before or after transfer
    to the senior institution. Only 64 semester hours are
    guaranteed to transfer.


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                                                                                                                                                                              Transfer credit for courses that originate at a UNC                    admission to the last institution attended.
                                                                                                                                                                              institution or independent college or university that is part
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 •   Students must meet judicial requirements of
                                                                                                                                                                              of the CAA is acceptable as part of a student’s successfully
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                                                                  3. Essay, extra curricular activities, and work
At UNC Chapel Hill                                                   experience.
                                                                                                                              Cooperative Education Work Experience:                                 Service Learning Experience
                                                                                                                       Work-Based Learning Opportuni�es for College Transfer Students                 A Time to Serve, A Time to Learn
    • You are expected to complete your four-year                 4. High school GPA and coursework, if student is
      degree in eight (8) semesters (summers excluded                applying with fewer than 24 semester hours       The Cooperative Education at CFCC allows students to
      in the total). If you don’t, you must meet with an             completed.                                       earn college credit for on-the-job learning. Students in          Academic service learning is a pedagogical model
      advisor to petition additional semesters!                                                                       this program participate in semester-long internships,            that intentionally integrates learning and relevant
                                                               • Students need to decide their major early and        paid or unpaid, that help them to learn and master skills         community service. It combines community service with
                                                                 take the appropriate courses at CFCC.                related to their educational and careers goals.
    • Effective fall of 2008, transfer students must                                                                                                                                     classroom instruction, focusing on critical and refelctive
      have at least 60 transferable hours to have junior       • Grades of “D’s” and “F’s” earned at CFCC are red                                                                       thinking as well as personal and civic resposiblity. This
      standing. If a student is classified as a junior, the                                                            Area employers who have provided internships for
                                                                 flags; students should show progress in their                                                                           model involves students in activities that address local
      SAT scores are not required.                                                                                    college transfer students include WWAY TV3, The
                                                                 academic performance.                                Wilmington Star News, and CFCC offices. Several other               needs while developing students’ academic skills and
    • You are advised to take courses in the different                                                                 area organizations and employers are interested in                commitment to their community.
                                                               • UNCW Admissions will be reviewing transfer
      disciplines and to have a diverse curriculum. CH           transcripts to see how close students are to         setting up internships for our college transfer students,         Opportunity to:
      would like for transfers to complete their foreign         completing their general education core and/or       including New Hanover County Schools and other local
      language requirement at a community college                                                                     television and radio stations.                                       √ Obtain real hands-on experience
                                                                 preparing for their major.
      before entering CH if the transfers started the                                                                                                                                     √    Develop leadership skills
      language at the community college. All CH majors         • UNCW freshmen are required to write an essay;        Eligible college transfer students will be at least 18
                                                                                                                      years old, will have a minimum GPA of 2.0, and will have            √    Learn outside the classroom
      require a foreign language at level 3 (example:            this requirement has been in place for five years.
      SPA 211); some majors require a foreign language           Effective fall of 2008, transfer students will also   completed at least nine semester hours in one of the                √    Make a difference in the community and society
      at level 4. If students with an associate degree           be required to write an essay.                       following programs:
                                                                                                                                                                                          √    Enhance your knowledge and understanding of
      have taken only the elementary foreign language
                                                                                                                          •    Associate in Arts: General Studies                              course material
      sequence (SPA 111 and 112), students would not           • Transfer students must declare a major at the
      have met the foreign language requirement for              time of application to UNCW. “Undecided” is not          •    Associate in Arts: Business Administration,                √    Provide insight into future careers
      CH. SPA 211 and/or 212 is needed.                          an option!                                                    Accounting, Economics, Finance, and Marketing
       If students transfer with only SPA 111 and/or           • If students who are awarded the Transfer Diploma         •    Associate in Arts: Communication Studies
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         “I think I learned more
       112, students are strongly encouraged to take a           earn more than the maximum 47 credit hours,                                                                                                             from this project than I
       foreign language placement exam at CH.                    UNCW will evaluate the extra courses on a                                                                                                               could have from a book.
                                                                                                                          •    Associate in Fine Arts: Drama.                                                            You can tell someone
                                                                 course-by-course basis.
    • When you repeat courses at CH, all grades are                                                                                                                                                                      that society or people do
                                                                                                                      Beginning Fall 2009, students in other college transfer                                            certain things and why,
      used in the GPA calculation. No tossing the              • Effective fall of 2007, UNCW is offering three new     programs will be eligible to participate in cooperative                                            but until you observe
      lowest grade away!                                         scholarships dedicated exclusively to transfer       education.                                                                                         it or interact in it, it is
                                                                 students and two others which can be awarded to                                                                                                         difficult to grasp.”
                                                                 transfer students if there is no eligible freshman
                                                                 candidate. These merit-based scholarships are        To learn more about this program, visit our website at
At UNC-Wilmington                                                                                                     http://www.cfcc.edu/co-op or contact Robin Hardin,
                                                                 awarded to community college students and                                                                              “I learned that I am a born
    • A 2.5 grade point average (GPA) is required to be          are renewable each year provided the student         Coopera�ve Educa�on Coordinator, at 362-7115 or
                                                                                                                      rhardin@cfcc.edu.                                                 educator. I absolutely loved
      considered for admission! (If students have not            maintains a 3.0 or better cumulative GPA at                                                                            it. This experience made me
      obtained the 2.5, they should remain at CFCC, take         UNCW.                                                                                                                  feel really good about myself
      additional classes to raise their GPA, and re-apply
                                                                                                                                                                                        because the children respected
      or seek admission at another UNC institution that      In addition to the GPA, transferable hours, major,
                                                                                                                                                                                        me and made me feel really
      accepts less than a 2.5 GPA.) In addition to GPA and   geographic location, awards/honors, and community
                                                                                                                                                                                        good about helping them. I
      hours completed, UNCW will consider the following:     service will be considered for the scholarship.
                                                                                                                                                                                        loved it so much that I got a
       1. Individual grades received in courses and the                         Ann Marie Beall                                                                                         permanent job as a teacher’s
          academic rigor of courses completed.                                Associate Director                                                                                        assistant.”
       2. Declared major and courses completed toward                     Transfer Admissions, UNCW
                                                                                                                                                                                                      For more information, please contact:
          that major.                                                        Wilmington, NC 28403
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Karen Brown
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Service Learning Coordinator/Instructor
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Phone: (910) 362-7236
                                                                                                                                                                                                              email: kbrown@cfcc.edu
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