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North Carolina Community and Technical Colleges

The NC Community College System (NCCCS) Virtual Learning Community ® (VLC) is committed to providing a quality educational experience to North Carolina’s students through e-learning programs and course offerings at the 58 community colleges. Students may search for online courses and programs and find links to additional distance learning resources. We create hope, opportunity, and jobs for more than 800,000 students and for the communities in which they live and work.

AAS Transfer Agreements between Community Colleges and the University of North Carolina (UNC) Link to AAS Transfer Agreements between Community Colleges and the University of North Carolina (UNC)

The special circumstances surrounding transfer agreements for associate in applied science (AAS) programs, which are not designed for transfer, require bilateral rather than statewide articulation.  Special circumstances include the different accreditation criteria for faculty in transfer and non-transfer programs, the different general education requirements for transfer and non-transfer programs, and the workforce preparedness mission of the technical/community college AAS programs.

Under bilateral agreements, individual universities and one or more community colleges may join in a collaborative effort to facilitate the transfer of students from AAS degree programs to baccalaureate degree programs.

NCCCS’s Virtual Learning Community Link to NCCCS’s Virtual Learning Community

The Virtual Learning Community is a searchable online database where students can search for eLearning degree programs and courses offered through the state’s 58 community colleges, plus request more information from a member institution. The VLC also provides eLearning content and training to administrators and faculty within the North Carolina Community College System for their use in providing their students with online courses.

North Carolina College Transfer Course List Link to North Carolina College Transfer Course List

The Transfer Course List contains a list of courses accepted for transfer between the NC Community College System and the University of North Carolina.  For current information on course offerings, please contact the individual community college. 

North Carolina Comprehensive Articulation Agreement Link to North Carolina Comprehensive Articulation Agreement

The North Carolina Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) is a statewide agreement governing the transfer of credits between NC community colleges and NC public universities and has as its objective the smooth transfer of students.

The CAA provides certain assurances to the transferring student; for example:
  —Assures admission to one of the 16 UNC institutions (Transfer Assured Admissions Policy)*
  —Enables NC community college graduates of two-year Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degree programs who are admitted to constituent institutions of the university of NC to transfer with junior status.*

*Please review the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) for stipulations.

North Carolina’s Military Tuition Policy Link to North Carolina’s Military Tuition Policy

Active duty military and their dependents stationed in North Carolina qualify for in-state tuition. This generous tuition policy was established by the NC General Assembly for military personnel and their dependents, including military-specific initiatives designed especially for military personnel by the universities and community colleges. This link is to the N. C. General Statutes GS 116-143.3.

Active-duty members of the armed services are charged in-state tuition while abiding in North Carolina because of their active military duty in the state. This applies to reservists too. “Abiding” means living here, even without intent to make it one’s permanent home. If subsequently reassigned outside North Carolina, the members continue to qualify for in-state tuition as long as they remain continuously enrolled in the program they were in prior to reassignment.

A dependent relative who shares the abode of a member of the armed services who is in North Carolina on active duty also qualifies for in-state tuition.

A legal resident will not lose residency status due to service in the military at locations outside the state.

See also Military Residency and Tuition

* Also see: North Carolina’s Military Tuition Policy's Home Page