Our admissions department serves many different kinds of students with varying interests and goals. We’re here to help get you started on the right track and answer your questions about the application process, programs, financial aid, and much more. Check out our assortment of services and let us help you get on the road to academic success.
Start a Virtual Meeting
Join us in a virtual meeting room where advisors are prepared to answer your questions about admissions, advising, or financial aid. Virtual hours are: Monday/Wednesday from 1 to 4 p.m. and Tuesday/Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon.
For any questions regarding the use of GI Bill benefits or veteran, readiness, and employment benefits, drop-in virtual meetings are available Tuesday through Friday from 9 a.m. to noon.
If you would rather visit us in person or schedule a campus tour, we would love to see you. We encourage prospective students to visit the campus and tour our wonderful facilities. Complete a Campus Tour Request Form to ensure that appropriate staff will be available to answer your questions.
Fill Out an Interest Form
Complete our interest form, and a member of our team will contact you soon.
No, there is no fee to apply to Craven Community College.
Placement tests are required for admission to some programs. You may be eligible to waive this requirement if you meet score requirements on the ACT or SAT, have taken placement tests at another college, or meet certain GPA and course requirements at a North Carolina public high school. To see if you are eligible to waive placement testing requirements, or to schedule your placement test, contact Admissions at 252-638-7430 or send an email.
Contact your high school and any other college that you have attended for information on requesting an official transcript. We can accept transcripts sent electronically through a third-party vendor (such as eScript or Parchment) or delivered in the original, sealed envelope from the institution. Note that all transcripts received will require a minimum of 24 hours to process.
You will need to submit your homeschool transcript with an official graduation date (including month, day, and year) in a sealed envelope.