A key to North Carolina's future economic success is helping today's high school students gain access to community college and four-year college or university programs to prepare them for 21st century careers.
North Carolina's Career and College Promise provides a pathway for high school students to begin their college work during high school. Not only does this make two-year community college or four-year college/university degrees more affordable for students and their families, but the experience of beginning college-level work during high school offers students extra support for success and eases the transition between high school and college admission. The University of North Carolina institutions and select private colleges and universities have agreed to accept the transfer credits from Career & College Promise.
Career & College Promise consolidates a variety of previous programs that provided early college, dual enrollment and other opportunities to high school students. It sets more specific course pathways and restrictions to help guide students toward career and educational goals and it clarifies which students are eligible and best positioned to be successful in college coursework while in high school.
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