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Effective January 1, 2012, legislation combined high school programs (formerly known as Huskins, Learn and Earn Online (LEO) and Dual Enrollment) into one program called the Career and College Promise Program (CCP).
The Career and College Promise Program (CCP) will offer opportunities for qualified juniors and seniors to enroll in community college courses that provide pathways that lead to a certificate, diploma, or college degree. Juniors and seniors participating in the CCP will have the opportunity to earn up to two years of career training or a two-year college degree tuition free.
Starting spring 2012 semester, Tri-County Community College will offer two pathways: College Transfer Pathway and Career and Technical Education Certificates.
In accordance with the “open door” policy of Tri-County Community College, any adult eighteen years of age or older – regardless of race, national origin, color, religion, sex, disability, age, or political affiliation – who is not attending public school is eligible to enroll in Career and Community Education classes. However, pursuant to 1D SBCCC 400.2 in the N.C. State Board of Community College Code, Tri-County Community College may refuse admission to any applicant where there is an articulable, imminent, and significant threat to the applicant or any other individuals. In such cases, the College shall document the following:
Please also note that high school students between ages 16 and 18 may enroll on a limited basis, but they must first complete a Concurrent Enrollment Form (before registering for or attending class). In classes with limited enrollment, students will be admitted to class in the order that their registration forms are completed and fees are fully paid.