New Curriculum Students
Complete the online CFNC Application for admission.
New curriculum students are defined as not having taken a curriculum level course and received a letter grade of A, B, C, D, F or W.
Returning Curriculum Students
Complete the online reactivation form.
Returning curriculum students are defined as having taken a curriculum level course and received a letter grade of A, B, C, D, F or W. Please note that Career and College Promise and Early College students are not considered returning curriculum students and must complete the CFNC application after completing their high school program.
Please note it takes a minimum of two business days to process your application, depending on the date you apply. After submitting, students will receive an email to the email address provided. While waiting for your official letter to come in the mail, please reference this email and follow the enrollment steps as outlined.
By signing or electronically completing and submitting the college application, the student acknowledges that all information is accurate and accepts the responsibility to be aware of and follow codes of conduct, behavior standards and all program specific rules, policies, and procedures. All students are expected to follow the policies and procedures of the college.
Official transcripts are required for:
- Applicants under the age of 18.
- Specific Programs of Study such as Associate Degree Nursing, Dental Assisting, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Practical Nursing, and Radiography.
Official transcripts must be in a sealed envelope from the sending institution. Transcripts which have been opened or faxed are not accepted.
Mail transcripts to:
Student Services Office
Rowan-Cabarrus Community College
P.O. Box 1595
Salisbury, North Carolina, 28145-1595.
You must complete an application for admission prior to testing. Schedule an appointment to make the ACCUPLACER placement test (English, Reading and Math) Schedule an appointment.
You may be exempt from testing if you meet any of the following criteria and provide an official transcript for evaluation:
- Graduated from a public high school or North Carolina private school within the last five years, with an unweighted GPA of 2.6 or higher and passing grades grades in Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry and a fourth higher-level math.
- Completed transferable college-level coursework in English and math with a grade of C or better.
- Received an associate degree or bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
- Completed SAT or ACT within the past five years.
- SAT scores: Math (530) and Evidence-Based Reading & Writing (480)
- ACT scores: Math (22) and Reading (22) or English (18)
Special accommodations for placement testing due to a disability can be made with Disability Services prior to scheduling a placement test date. This exemption does not apply to applicants for the Associate Degree Nursing, Practical Nursing, Dental Assisting, and Radiography programs.
4. Advising Center
You are strongly encouraged to attend a GPS (Goals, Planning and Success) Session. GPS Sessions are for new students and designed to assist you in charting the way through your desired program, establishing goals and pathways that will lead to academic success, and ultimately graduation. To schedule an appointment, please visit Academic and Career Advising Center.
5. Register for Classes
Use Web-Advisor to self-register for classes. Please visit our registration information webpage for registration details and dates.