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College Transfer Pathways

CCP College Transfer Pathways provide eligible North Carolina high school juniors and seniors an opportunity to take transferable, tuition-free classes while still enrolled in high school.

Beginning with the Class of 2019, college transfer classes will carry the same weight as high school "AP" classes.

College Transfer Pathway Options

How to Qualify (for Juniors and Seniors)

How to Apply

How to Register

How to Maintain Eligibility

Important Links & Available Resources

Contact Us

 

College Transfer Pathway Options

Students may select from three College Transfer Pathways depending on their career choice:

Associate in Arts
Pathway

Associate in Science
Pathway

  Associate in Engineering Pathway


How to Qualify
(for Juniors and Seniors)

  • Have a weighted high school GPA of at least a 3.0 and
  • Be “College Ready” in English, reading, and mathematics.
    “College Ready” is determined by PSAT, SAT, PLAN, Pre-ACT or ACT test scores from high school or by Blue Ridge placement test scores.

College Readiness Benchmarks:
Refer to page 17
CURRICULUM PROCEDURES REFERENCE MANUAL, Section 14-17, Career and College Promise, Revised 04/21/17:

View College Readiness Benchmarks

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 How to Apply

Please see: 

How Do I Apply for CCP?

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How to Register

  • Search the online curriculum course schedule to locate the courses listed on your pathway.
  • Determine if the class is offered at a time that works with your schedule.
  • Notice that each class on the schedule is identified with a section number unique to the day/time the course is being offered.
    • College transfer, business, education, etc. classes are offered multiple times. Let the Blue Ridge Advisor know what day/time works for you.  View the online curriculum course schedule and send an email to the advisor with the course prefix (example: PSY), Course Number (example: 150), and section number (example: 001).
    • Online classes have a section number of 201, 202, 203, etc.
    • Evening classes have a section number 011, 012.
    • Transylvania County classes have a section number ending in 21 or 31. 
  • Provide your advisor with course prefix, course number, and section number (example: ENG 111 001) in order to register for the class.
  • The Blue Ridge Advisor will register you automatically once your paperwork is complete. 

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How to Maintain Eligibility

  • Continue progressing toward high school graduation.
  • Maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 in college coursework after completing two courses.
    Falling below the 2.0 GPA requires students to fulfill the College’s policy for satisfactory academic progress.

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 View CCP Benefits

Classes from the College Transfer Pathways are part of the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement that sanctions the transfer of credits between the NC community colleges and NC public universities, as well as a number of independent colleges.

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Student Resources

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Smarthinking
 
BRCC Student Success Center logo
 Student Success Center

Library

Open
Computer
Lab

  Career Coach Logo/link to Career Coach
Career Coach
Career Counseling

Career Day

Student Recruit Student

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Summer Camps 

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SUMMER Camps at Blue Ridge Community College
for Middle and High School Students

STEM Camps 

Other Camps 

ArcStrong
Design. Fabricate. Weld.
A one-day introduction to the world of welding
Open to rising 9th through 12th graders

Game Creator Summer Workshop
A two-week workshop for game creators
Open to rising 9th through 12th graders


Young Engineers Experience1 (YEE1)
Solve. Explore. Experience.
A four-day STEM camp introducing students to the world of engineering.

Open to rising 7th through 9th graders

ScreenX
A four-day filmmaking and acting camp
Open to rising 9th through 12th graders and 2017 graduates


Young Engineers Experience2 (YEE2)
Solve. Explore. Experience.
A four-day STEM camp introducing students to the world of engineering.
Open to rising 7th through 9th graders

Shark Tank
A four-day camp introducing students to the world of entrepreneurship
Open to rising 9th through 12th graders


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Course Requirements

BRCC Career and College Promise Pathways course requirements

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Contact Us

High School Programs

 

Rita Blythe
Henderson County Campus
(828) 694-1817
ritab@blueridge.edu

 

Rob Rhodes
Transylvania County Campus
(828) 883-2520
rwrhodes@blueridge.edu

 

Kevin Spradlin
Serving students in Transylvania County Schools

(828) 243-3960
k_spradlin@blueridge.edu


 


Important Links and Available Resources

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