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Professional Licensure

Eligibility for licensure and/or certification may involve more than successful degree completion. All Tri-County Community College academic programs prepare students to sit for applicable licensure in North Carolina.

In order to comply with U.S. Department of Education regulations regarding distance education and professional licensure, Tri-County Community College is required to make the following disclosure with respect to professional licensure outside the state of North Carolina: 

Tri-County Community College cannot confirm whether a particular program meets requirements for professional licensure outside of the State of North Carolina.

Tri-County Community College has been approved to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (NC-SARA). However, NC-SARA does not deal with professional licensing board approval for any courses or programs leading to professional licensure. If you are not a resident of North Carolina and you are taking an online course or hybrid program leading to professional licensure, please contact the dean of the degree program  at Tri-Community College to discuss licensure options prior to beginning your course of study. Please contact the appropriate licensure board(s) in any state you may want to pursue licensure prior to beginning a TC academic program in order to determine whether the program meets licensure requirements.

Students may view the disclosure for each program or certificate to know which state Tri-County Community College’s curriculum

Automotive- Keith Marcus- Instructor Automotive Technology, Tri-County Community College, 21 Campus Circle, Murphy NC 28906 828-835-4250, kmarcus@tricountycc.edu -  TCCC Automotive Program Licensure Disclosure
Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET)- Allen Denny Tri-County Community College, 21 Campus Circle, Murphy NC 28906 828-835-4243, adenny@tricountycc.edu -  TCCC BLET Program Licensure Disclosure 
Cosmetology-  Misty Kelischek, Tri-County Community College,  21 Campus Circle, Murphy NC 28906  828-835-4225, mkelischek@tricountycc.edu - TCCC Cosmetology Program Licensure Disclosure
Culinary - Terra Ciotta, Tri-County Community College, 21 Campus Circle, Murphy NC 28906 828-835-4242, tciotta@tricountycc.edu - TCCC Culinary Program Licensure Disclosure
Emergency Medical Science - Bryan Gagnon, EMS Instructor/Clinical Coordinator  Tri-County Community College, 21 Campus Circle, Murphy NC 28906  828-835-4227, bgagnon@tricountycc.edu -  TCCC Emergency Medical Science Program Licensure Disclosure
Emergency Medical Science- Kim Fairlie, Public Safety Training Instructor Tri-County Community College, 21 Campus Circle, Murphy NC 28906  828-835-4215, kfairlie@tricountycc.edu -  TCCC Emergency Medical Science Program Licensure Disclosure
Esthetics Program, Misty Kelischek,  Tri-County Community College, 21 Campus Circle, Murphy NC 28906, 828-835-4225, mkelischek@tricountycc.edu -  TCCC Esthetics Program Licensure Disclosure
Medical Assisting, Greta Farmer, Tri-County Community College, 21 Campus Circle, Murphy NC 28906    828-835-4247, gfarmer@tricountycc.edu -  TCCC Medical Assisting Program Licensure Disclosure
Nursing Program - Jessica Arrowood, Tri-County Community College, 21 Campus Circle, Murphy NC 28906    828-835-4252, jarrowood@tricountycc.edu - TCCC Nursing Program Licensure Disclosure
Paramedic - Henry Angelopulos, Director of Public Safety Training, Tri-County Community College, 21 Campus Circle, Murphy NC 28906 828-835-4251,hangelopulos@tricountycc.edu TCCC Advanced Paramedic Licensure Disclosure
Therapeutic Massage, Renee Lamance,   Tri-County Community College 21 Campus Circle, Murphy NC 28906,  828-835-4296, rlamance@tricountycc.edu TCCC Therapeutic Massage Program Licensure Disclosure
Welding, Jason PenleyTri-County Community College 21 Campus Circle, Murphy NC 28906,  828-835-4296, jpenley@tricountycc.edu TCCC Welding Program Licensure Disclosure

 

Licensure Information, by Profession 

Although we strive to connect you with the best information possible, Tri-County Community College may not be able to confirm whether a particular program meets state educational requirements for licensure or certification outside of the State of North Carolina.

Hyperlinks provided lead to websites of public and private organizations not associated with Tri-County. Such links are provided solely for the user’s convenience.

Access the NCSARA Professional Licensure Directory to contact the appropriate state licensing or certification agency in your program.

The U.S. Department of Education also provides information about most licensed professions by states.