Get started with Robotics at Central Carolina Community College

Wherever you are now in your educational journey, Central Carolina Community College is committed to helping you learn, progress, achieve, and succeed! High school graduates enroll to continue their education at a quality institution. High school non-completers enroll to earn their diploma and continue. University graduates enroll because they realize they want a career that requires associate degree training. Laid-off workers enroll because they want to train for a new career. The reasons people enroll are many and varied, but they all lead to Central Carolina Community College, where success is waiting. Central Carolina Community College is a public two-year college serving, primarily, residents of Chatham, Harnett, and Lee counties. It is a member of the North Carolina Community College System and accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Small classes enable students to have close working relationships with faculty, who enjoy the excitement of seeing students learn, achieve, and go on to further success. Join us for your exciting educational journey!

Contact Information

1105 Kelly Dr, Sanford, North Carolina 27330
(919) 718-7276

What Central Carolina Community College can offer you.

Central Carolina Community College offers Associate in Arts, Associate in Engineering, and Associate in Science degree programs. Articulation agreements with many four-year colleges and universities enable graduates with these degrees to transfer seamlessly. A University Transfer diploma is also available. The college offers many Associate in Applied Science degrees, as well as diploma and certificate programs, which prepare students for immediate entry into the workforce. Non-college level classes are offered in Adult Basic Education, English as a Second Language, and continuing education technical, vocational, enrichment, and general interest areas. The college's Lee Main Campus is home to Lee Early College, an innovative partnership with Lee County Public Schools. Students can earn both a high school diploma and an associate degree within five years.

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