To apply for admissions, please read through the information below then click on the button at the bottom of the page titled
"Begin Application for Carteret Community College"
Health Science Applicants (Nursing, Radiography, Emergency Medical Science, Respiratory Therapy, Therapeutic Massage, Medical Assisting) PLEASE READ THIS SECTION Before Completing Your Application:
The application period for Health Science programs (with the exception of Emergency Medical Science) begins on October 1st for the following fall semester. This means that you may not apply for a Health Science program until October 1st. You may however apply for the program, Health Science: Nurse Aide Diploma, which is the program that will allow you to work on pre-requisites and general education coursework. Once you have met the pre-requisites, you can then apply to your particular Health Science program beginning October 1st. Please review the admissions requirements for your specific program by clicking on:
Science Admissions Requirements
You are responsible for being aware of and meeting these requirements.
Health Science applicants must meet all of the admission requirements to be considered for admission. You can only apply once online per semester. If you are interested in applying for multiple programs (you may apply to a maximum of 2 health science programs), please contact the admissions office at (252) 222-6154 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are applying to Carteret Community College to transfer coursework to your home college or are pursuing
courses for for personal
enrichment and are not in
pursuit of a particular program of study, it is recommended that you apply to be a Special Credit/Visiting Student.
Special Credit/Visiting Students are required to provide proof of all
prerequisites being met in the form of unoffical/officical transcripts
or placement test scores.
Current High School Students:
You may not proceed with the online application. Contact Rick Hill,College and Career Promise advisor, to
proceed with a dual-enrolled application for admission. Mr. Hillís contact
information is 252-222-6153 or email@example.com.
Under the Age of 18 and Have Not Graduated from High School or Obtained GED:
If you are under the age of 18 and have not graduated from high school or obtained a GED, you may not register for college credit courses at Carteret Community College. Contact the Basic Skills office to discuss your options
regarding obtaining a GED or Adult High School Diploma. Their contact
information is 252-222-6195 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications without a Social Security Number:
social security number is not required for admission to Carteret Community
College, but is required for you to receive financial aid, other financial
assistance programs, acceptance into certain programs of study, and for federal
reporting purposes for your tax information.
If you would prefer the college not have your social security number, you
must print and complete a W-7 form found at the following link: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw7.pdf
then file this form with the IRS to receive your tax identification number.
Once you receive this number, complete a W-9S form located at the following
this form to Carteret Community College via mail at: Carteret Community
College, Admissions Office, 3505 Arendell Street-Morehead City,NC 28557 or via
fax at: 252-222-6265 or visit the admissions office located in the McGee
Not furnishing your social security or tax identification number has the
following consequences: you will not be able to receive financial aid and will
not be able to receive the Federal IRS tuition expenses tax credit and you
could be assessed a $100 fine by the IRS.
Until we receive one or the other, we will not be able to register you for