The Career and College Promise (CCP) program provides high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to get a jumpstart on a two-year or four-year degree while still in high school. Best of all, it’s tuition-free! Students participating in the CCP program will still be responsible for paying for fees and books.
Qualified students can earn college credit while still in high school. Students are dually enrolled in their high school and SCC allowing them to receive both high school and college credit for courses taken through the program.
If you are a current high school student, you must meet with our CCP Coordinator, Mr. Perry Gillespie, or the guidance counselor at your school and indicate to him/her you are interested in taking courses at Sampson Community College so they we can determine your eligibility for participation in CCP.
Our Career Specialist or your guidance counselor will submit your completed packet to SCC’s Admissions Office. Once approved by the Director of Admissions, you will be registered for your course(s).
Once registered for course(s), all CCP students must attend CCP Orientation. Our Career Specialist and/or your high school counselor will provide you with the date and time of this event.
Although the program is tuition-free, CCP students will be required to pay student fees. On average, student fees are less than $10. Pay your student fees at the Business Office, located in the North Building. View Campus Map.
Parking permits are available at the SCC Security Office, located in the Warren Student Center. View Campus Map. To avoid parking tickets, park only in designated Student Parking lots. The $25 fine is strictly enforced.
Please view the SCC Calendar or your class schedule to see when classes begin. It is important that you attend the first day of class, regardless if your high school semester has started. SCC courses typically start before the high school semester begins.
Online classes also start at the beginning of each semester. Online students are required to complete the Mandatory Online Course Assessment (MOCA) before the 10% date. If the MOCA is not completed, students will be dropped from course(s).