Career and College Promise Enrollment and Registration

Steps for Enrollment and Registration in Career and College Promise (all Pathways)

  1. Attend a MANDATORY CCP Information Session.
    All CCP students planning to attend Durham Tech must attend an information session. Students will learn about Career and College Promise, including pathway options, eligibility requirements, and the process for enrollment and registration. View dates
  2. Verify your Placement.
    A student must demonstrate college readiness in English, reading, and mathematics to be eligible for enrollment in the College Transfer Pathway. Some Career and Technical Education Pathways require placement testing. Use the CCP Test Score Placement Guide below to verify your current qualification status. If necessary, prepare for and complete the NC DAP Reading/English and Math placement tests. Visit the Testing Center section to learn more about preparing for the test and to see the current test schedule. Testing is on a first-come, first-served basis.

    Minimum Placement Test Scores Required for Acceptance into College Transfer Pathway
    NC DAP Reading/English is a combined placement test and includes three tests: Reading Comprehension, Revising/Editing, and WritePlacer, an online essay. Students must earn a composite score of 151+ to meet the criteria for enrollment.

    NC DAP Math is 6 modules. Students must score 7 in each module: Operations with Integers, Fractions/Decimals, Proportion/Ratios/Rates/Percent, Expressions, Linear Equations, Graphs and Equations of Lines, and Quadratic Applications.
    Other placement tests
    English 151+ (Combined English/Reading) 500 410 18 15 45 26
    Reading 151+ (Combined English/Reading) 500 410 22 18 47 26
    Mathematics Students must score a 7 in the required modules.
    (See individual pathways for requirements.)

    1. Operations with Integers (DMA 010)
    2. Fractions/Decimals (DMA 020)
    3. Proportion/Ratios/Rates/Percent (DMA 030)
    4. Expressions, Linear Equations (DMA 040)
    5. Graphs and Equations of Lines (DMA 050)
    6. Quadratic Applications (DMA 060)
    500 520 22 19 47 24.5

    *SAT after March 2016

    **PSAT Fall 2015 or later

  3. Submit a “Request to Enroll” form through CFNC. (For assistance see Submit a Request to Enroll Form
    Please Note: Non-public school students should enter a Powerschool number as “277XXXX” with “XXXX” the month and day of birthdate.)
  4. Complete the online application for admission to Durham Tech (For assistance see Completing the Online Application for Admission to CCP)
    To ensure you will be able to register on the first day of general registration for new students, submit your application no later than two weeks after the college’s priority enrollment date for traditional students (Summer: March 15; Fall: June 15; Spring: October 15).
  5. Complete the verification form to confirm eligibility.
    Each student is required to submit an Eligibility Verification form completed by their high school that confirms the student’s: high school status, GPA, Pathway recommendation, placement scores, and progress toward graduation. The completed form must be signed and returned to Durham Tech by the high school (either faxed or emailed by your counselor).
  6. Activate your ConnectMail and WebAdvisor Accounts
    ConnectMail is your official Durham Tech student email account. You should use this account to communicate with your instructors and college staff. WebAdvisor is the student information and online registration system. You should use this account to check your test scores, view your transcript, register for classes, and review your grades. You will learn more about activating these accounts at the mandatory information session.
  7. Meet with your college advisor to select classes.
    Once your eligibility is verified, you will receive a link to your college advisor’s calendar to schedule an appointment.
  8. Register for courses when new student registration opens.
    Registration dates are listed on the website and will be discussed during advising.
  9. Obtain your student ID and buy your books.
    Student IDs are provided through the security office. Students are responsible for obtaining their books.
  10. Begin classes!