Applying to college has never been easier!
1. Apply for admission. You can complete an online application in the Admissions Office (located in the Fred G. Williams Student Center on the Main Campus) or apply online 24 hours a day at http://www.robeson.edu/admissions/
2. Submit proof of high school graduation or GED and if appropriate, your college transcripts. If you are seeking a certificate, diploma or degree have your high school/GED transcript, transcripts of all colleges attended, and ACT or SAT scores mailed to:
Office of Admissions,
P.O. Box 1420,
Lumberton, NC 28359.
College transcripts will be evaluated for possible transfer credits.
3. Submit test scores. Schedule and complete the placement test if necessary. Call 910-272-3342 for an appointment.
4. Complete your free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Apply for Financial Aid online in order to be considered for federal or state grants and loans (www.fafsa.ed.gov). Contact our Financial Aid office at 910-272-3352 with any questions.
5. Meet with an admissions advisor. Once your admission file is complete (Steps 1-3), you will be notified when you can meet with an advisor who will guide you through selecting a program of study.
6. Schedule and attend orientation. Orientation is required for all first-time students and will provide the information necessary to help you be successful at RCC. During your orientation session, you will meet with an advisor, register for classes, set up your password, log on to your free e-mail account, and learn about the support services available to you. Orientation sessions are offered day, afternoon, and weekend.
7. Pay. To avoid cancellation, pay your tuition and fees by the due date indicated on your class registration form. Fees can be paid in person or online. If you have applied for financial aid, check with the Financial Aid Office (located on the Main Campus in the Student Center) to make sure you qualify and that your aid has been processed.
8. Attend classes. It’s now time to start your future at Robeson Community College! You have made a great choice!
Apply Early … to allow time for processing of your transcripts, testing, processing of your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and for attending an orientation session……