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Admissions Process & Policies

Admissions Process
Complete the Application Process online.

We will need official transcripts from your high school or GED and any accredited colleges or universities you have attended. Most schools today have online ordering for transcripts, or you can use these Transcript Request Forms. Call the school or college in question before mailing a request form to determine their fee for sending out your transcript. We can also accept secure email transcripts sent to which is the fastest and most efficient way to submit your transcripts.

You will be admitted into the program after Catawba College receives your completed application and all of the transcripts from high school (or GED) and any colleges attended. The Registrar will evaluate transcripts to determine the courses that will transfer here from other colleges.

Once you have been accepted, you will be contacted by an academic advisor in the School of Evening and Graduate Studies to review which courses you need to complete the degree and to help you register for courses. 

Registration Procedures
Students who need to be  "full-time" to meet financial aid requirements MUST register for four courses at the beginning of each semester in order to gain the 12 hours necessary for full-time status.

Admissions Policies
The Catawba B.B.A. program at CPCC is designed for adults who have earned the A.A.S. degree in any area of business or accounting. Students with an A.A or A.S. degree are also welcome and should contact the School of Evening and Graduate Studies by e-mail or by calling (704) 637-4772 to discuss the courses that will transfer.. If you are still an active student at CPCC, we encourage you to contact us now so that we can help you plan the best course of study at CPCC to maximize your transfer credits. 

Current and Former Military
We are proud to work with all current and former members of the military to coordinate military and veteran’s educational benefits. If you have questions on those programs, please contact Karen Setliff at (704) 645-4579 or