444 Western Boulevard
Jacksonville, North Carolina 28546
Monday - Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
The Application Process
1. Complete the Application for Admission
Complete all the requested information.
2. Determine English and Mathematics Placement Requirements
Assessment of each applicant’s competencies in English and mathematics is required for placement into college level courses. Students who can provide evidence of the following should meet with an academic counselor to determine if placement testing is necessary.
o former Coastal students
o students who have taken the SAT or ACT within the past five years
o students who have transfer credit in English or mathematics
o students who have recently taken a placement test at another community college.
Note: Placement tests are valid for 5 years from the month of administration. Students may take the entire placement test twice under the administration of the College within a one-year period.
Applicants who meet any of the above criteria should meet with an academic counselor. For applicants who are required to take placement tests, the college provides this service on a regular basis at no cost. Performance on placement tests in reading, writing, and mathematics determines initial placement into college level mathematics and English. Information about placement testing, including a study guide in mathematics, is available in the Admissions Office.
3. Submit Transcripts
Submission of official transcripts is mandatory for admission to a program. Send the Transcript Request Form (enclosed in this packet) to your high school, or furnish the Admissions Office with an official copy of your GED scores. In addition, send a Transcript Request Form to all colleges you have previously attended. You are responsible for ensuring that the Admissions Office receives all of your transcripts. Students may be accepted under a provisional status and allowed to register for classes in cases where official transcripts will arrive after the semester begins.
4. Meet with an Academic Counselor
Visit the Admissions Office and arrange to meet with an academic counselor. The counselor will provide you with the college catalog, assist in planning a program of study, and help with class registration.
Career and College Promise Applicants are required to complete the following process for enrollment at Coastal Carolina Community College:
1) Consult high school counselor for academic advising.
2) Complete the Onslow Career and College Promise Application and submit it to the office of the high school counselor.
3) Obtain all required signatures on the form.
4) Schedule any required assessment or testing necessary to determine College Readiness.