Resources for parents and familiesGoing to college is an exciting time for students, parents and families.
Transitioning into college life can be filled with excitement and uncertainty—let us help ease that transition. While some students want to earn their degree and transfer to a four-year university, others may want to jump right into the workforce.
Whatever the goal—CCBC is here to help you along the way! We work hard to offer resources to help your loved one thrive in college.
If you are the parent of a current or prospective student, this page will help to answer most of the questions you have about CCBC.
We have a rich history of helping students reach their goals. Learn more about who we are and why more than 63,000 students enroll each year.
- Mission and values
- Campus safety and security
- Locations, maps and directions
- Policies and procedures
- CCBC news and events
With over 280 associate degree, credit certificate, and non-credit workforce training certification programs–our opportunities are endless.
- Degree and certificate options
- Professional development options
- CCBC online options
- Basic education courses
- View the course catalog
Cost and financial options
CCBC’s yearly cost is less than half of the national average for four year universities.
- See if you're eligible for financial aid
- Learn more about scholarships and grants
- Apply for a loan
- How to pay for books
- Student employment (work-study)
- Questions? Contact the Financial Aid Office
Your student can start here and go anywhere! CCBC works with schools across the state and nation to provide fully transferable programs and financial aid opportunities for those interested in pursuing a four-year degree.
- Explore transfer scholarships
- View articulation agreements by major
- Learn more about transfer opportunities
Stay on track this fall — tuition free!
Life looks different right now, but your future doesn't have to. Enroll in college courses or select workforce training programs without the cost of tuition.
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