Career and College Promise at NC Community Colleges
Panther Creek CCP Steps to Follow
Attention: 10th, 11th and 12th grade students interested in attending Wake Tech (CCP) for the Spring semester.
Continuing students that missed the MANDATORY meeting for returning CCP students on October 3rd, 2023 during BOTH lunches will have a 2nd opportunity for a meeting on October 12, 2023 during B lunch. New information will be shared regarding the process for submitting your dual enrollment forms and more!
NEW students applying for CCP will have their meeting on October 12, 2023 during both lunches.
OCTOBER 12th sign up for NEW STUDENTSLinks to an external site. Please sign up so that we have a record for attendance!
*The deadline for Dual Enrollment forms to be turned in to Student Services is November 15, 2023.
Dual Credit Allowances for Career & College Promise Effective 2016, Updated 2019
Approved CCP courses of three and four credit hours will continue to receive one high school dual credit. This change will only impact the high school transcript. The college transcript will continue to be the official record for the college. One quality point will be added to the GPA.
NC Community Colleges CCP Information Sessions
NC Community Colleges CCP Virtual Advising and Contacts Link
ListCCP Courses and My WCPSS Transcript
Click on the link below to see if a course taken at Wake Tech through Career and College Promise (CCP) will receive high school credit and if so, how many quality point will be added to the grade. Please view the documents below for possible CCP course options.
Please look at the list:
List 1: CCP Dual Credit Allowances pdf list (all courses on this list receive 1 added quality value)
List 2: Approved CCP Courses and My Transcript
Contact your counselor Mrs. Telfair if you have any questions.
taking on list one or list two, contact your counselor
CCP Dual Credit Allowances: 1 added quality weight; These are courses that serve as both college/university and high school credits)
List 2: This list is maintained by Wake Tech and is according to the pathway that you are enrolled in.
(These are CTE level courses that in most cases do not transfer to a college/university but do lead to a WTCC pathway certificate.)
(These are courses that carry college/university credit): plus 1 added value