1. Complete the residency determination to establish if students qualify for in-state or out-of-state tuition.

The state requires students to submit evidence of residency status when completing a college application. The process is completed online through the Residency Determination Service (RDS). View more information about the residency determination and how to complete it

2. Complete an online application.

The enrollment application (necessary to be assigned a student number) is available online through the College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC). Use the same username and password created for RDS. On the CFNC Application, select the Visiting Student Post Baccalaureate choice in the drop down box. Note that visiting students are not eligible for financial aid.

3. Submit official transcripts.

Submit official transcripts from all college(s) attended by the following dates:

  • March 15 for summer classes
  • June 15 for fall classes
  • October 15 for spring classes

Note: If students are unable to submit official transcripts by the above dates, they will miss early registration.

4. Meet with an advisor.

Academic advising is available for all students. Students must meet with an advisor every term before registering for courses.

Find your academic advisor and view options for meeting.

5. Register and pay tuition.

Select courses, register, and pay tuition.

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