FAYETTEVILLE TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE
HEALTH PROGRAM ADMISSIONS
Admission into most health programs has two phases. First, you must meet the general admissions requirements. Second, you must be selected through the competitive process to be admitted into your desired program. Please take a few moments to review the Health Applicants Counseling Session which will explain the competitive process in more detail.
All students are required to submit an FTCC application. Please complete all sections so that your application can be processed quickly and accurately. You should begin the process for Financial Aid and/or VA benefits as soon as you receive your application confirmation letter. For Financial Aid and VA benefits, application deadlines are enforced. All Health Programs require the completion of the Accuplacer Assessment Test. Contact the Testing Office for an appointment at 910-678-8417 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also speak with a counselor about possible waivers. Submit an official high school transcript or GED scores and all official transcripts from colleges and/or universities you have attended. You must complete the Transcript Request Form and mail it to the institution for your transcripts to send to FTCC. You should contact the institutions, because a fee may be required for transcripts.
Apply for your program of choice with Counseling Services at Main Campus, 910-678-0036 or email@example.com, or Spring Lake (910-678-1003) or firstname.lastname@example.org by January 30 of each year. For out-of-area students, you many submit your choice of health programs to email@example.com. Make sure you include your name, health program, student id number and a current phone contact number. Your eligibility will be determined by evaluating your assessment scores and transcripts. Your quality points will be calculated based upon the college courses you have completed with a "C" or better. For eligible health program candidates, attending the Health Program Information Session is mandatory. At some point thereafter, you should receive a letter from the Department Chair informing you of the time and place the session will be held. By attending this mandatory session you may receive up to 15 points at the session. Based upon the recommendations of the specific Health Department Chair, the Director of Counseling Services will select the applicants with the highest number of points to be admitted for each health curriculum. Each Health Program applicant will be notified by FTCC student email of their selection (selected, alternate, not selected) in May. Paper letters will not be sent.
FOR ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING APPLICANTS ONLY
* CNA components must include classroom, laboratory, clinical, and must be listed on NC CNA Registry prior to the January 30th deadline of each academic year.
** Test of Essential Academics Skills Test (TEAS): The TEAS will also be required prior to the January 30th deadline of each academic year.
Maintained by Mary Carter: firstname.lastname@example.org Revised: June 17, 2013.