Student Admissions Cfcc.edu
Cape Fear Community College (Mycfcc) is a public community college in Wilmington, North Carolina. It enrolls nearly 23,000 students each year.
If you plan to apply or are considering applying Mycfcc, the Admissions Office is your go-to place! We are here to support you every step of the way and can’t wait to connect with you.
With over 200 programs, we have options for everyone. Whether you’re seeking an affordable path to a well-paying job, a college transfer degree, a rewarding career in health sciences, or to take a few classes, you’re in the right place. If you aren’t sure where to start, consider reviewing our career resources, call one of our team members, or schedule a campus visit.
As you begin the enrollment process, it’s important to consider your educational goals, career path, and how they match the many opportunities available to you at MyCFCC. We encourage you to explore our career resources and connect with professional staff who can help you understand all of your options.
Review the options below, select the category that best matches your goal, and follow the step-by-step guide when you’re ready to get started. If you aren’t sure where to start, email [email protected] or call 910-362-7000.
Foreign National & International Students
We’re glad you’re here! Mycfcc.edu To apply to Cape Fear Community College, follow our new student steps. In addition to the general admission process, you may be required to submit immigration documents. Please review the following information, and if applicable, submit the appropriate documentation to the Admissions Office:
Permanent residents must submit a copy of their valid permanent resident card to the Office of Admissions Mycfcc.
Students With Deferred Action For Childhood Arrival (Daca) Status
Applicants with valid deferred action for childhood arrival (DACA) are eligible to attend curriculum courses and must submit a copy of the DACA approval notice to the Office of Admissions.
Foreign transcripts must be evaluated and translated (if applicable) by a current member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services ( naces.org ) or a current member of the Association of International Credential Evaluators ( nice-eval.org ). Completed evaluations and copies of the original transcript(s) should be sent directly from the evaluation agency to my.CFCC.edu Admissions. If the evaluation is sent directly to you, it must remain in the original sealed envelope for it to be considered official. Once opened, it is no longer considered official.
Cape Fear Community College
Office of Admissions
411 North Front Street
Wilmington, North Carolina 28401
According to state board code 1D SBCCC 400.2 Admission to Colleges Mycfcc, community colleges shall admit an undocumented immigrant only if he or she attended and graduated from a US public high school, private high school, or home school that operates in compliance with state or local law. Undocumented immigrants will be charged the out-of-state tuition rate, can be prohibited from enrolling in programs that lead to professional licenses, and must register on the final day of registration.
Mycfcc does not issue the I-20 necessary for a student visa (F, J, or M). Applicants with tourist visas (B) are not eligible to attend curriculum courses. If you have another valid visa, you may be eligible to enroll. If you have questions, please contact CFCC’s Director of Admissions at [email protected].
Welcome back! We missed you Mycfcc. Suppose you haven’t taken courses in over a year. In that case, you’ll need to submit an updated admissions application and update your Residency Determination (if it expires before the start term in which you plan to enroll). Because you’ve previously attended, you’re simply reapplying to update your information and eligibility to register for courses.
Complete Your Residency Determination
First, complete your North Carolina Residency Determination Mycfcc. This establishes whether you’ll pay in-state or out-of-state tuition. Once completed, you will be assigned a Residency Certification Number (RCN). Save this number! You’ll need it for the My.CFCC.edu admission application.
If you are currently enrolled or previously attended a North Carolina college or university, please review this information:
If you have a valid residency status that will not expire before the term you wish to enroll begins, you do not need to complete the residency process again. You can use your current/valid residency certification number for MyCFCC enrollment.
If this is the case, proceed to step two, the admissions application. If your residency certification expires before the term you wish to enroll begins, please continue with the residency application and renew your residency status.
Now you’re ready to complete the official admission application!
Things to keep in mind:
If you need to save it and come back later, you can.
Once submitted, allow one week for your application to be processed.
If you applied within the last year, you do not need to reapply. Please contact Admissions to confirm; it’s possible you can just update your start term.
If you aren’t sure which major to select when completing your application, please review our career resources and tools.