Academics

Frequently Asked Questions

Who do I contact?

The University Partner onsite representative information is listed on the “Partners On Campus” page.  This page includes the program offerings, both on the CCC campus as well as online.

How do I begin the enrollment process?

The first step is to speak with a representative from the partner university.  Again, see “Partners On Campus” page for their contact information.

Do I have to be accepted by a University Partner before I can enroll?

Yes!  The only difference is you will be taking the classes at CCC’s campus or online.

How much are tuition and fees?

The university partner you have elected to enroll with sets the fees.  You must discuss the costs with the University Partner representative.

How many days a week will I have to attend?

That will vary depending on the courses you enroll in or if you are taking online courses.

Are night and/or weekend courses offered?

Yes!  Most courses are offered during the evenings or weekends.  Your University Partner representative will have more details.

How long will it take to receive a graduate or undergraduate degree?

That depends on your current credits, the degree you are seeking, and how many classes you take per block or semester.  Discuss your options with the University Partner representative.

Will my degree hold as much weight as a graduate who takes courses on the campus of the University Partner?

Yes!  The degree that you earn from a University Partner by attending classes at CCC or taking classes online has the same status as a degree that is earned at the University Partner campus.

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