The process of transferring from your community college can feel complicated. But C3 is all about partnerships – community colleges working together with NC State staff to guide you toward a four-year degree. These partnerships mean you can get great advice without ever leaving your campus, before and after you transfer.
I’m at the community college – who should I ask for help?
While you’re at the community college, your first step should always be your community college liaison. They can answer all your questions about registering at your community college and planning for your associate degree. C3 advisors from NC State will follow up after you meet with your community college advisor to confirm you’re on the right track to transfer.
- Alamance Community College – Sarah Bergmann
- Brunswick Community College – Carmen Ellis
- Catawba Valley Community College – Debbie Austin
- Central Carolina Community College – David Baker (Lee campus); Holly Schofield (Chatham Campus); Pam Riddle (Harnett campus)
- Coastal Carolina Community College – Angela Thomas, Dan Buettner
- Craven Community College – Sylvia King
- Durham Tech Community College – Catherine Ward
- Fayetteville Tech Community College – Loutricia Nelson
- Gaston College – Brian Bookout, Christine Zimeba-Tolbert
- James Sprunt Community College – Karla Blanton
- Johnston Community College – Angelina Knies, Gregg Massenburg, Joseph Ennis
- Nash Community College – Lakisha Peebles
- Richmond Community College – Tiffany Covington
- Robeson Community College – Vanessa Chavis; Joey Hinson
- Sampson Community College – Jennifer Eavanson, Casey Knowles
- Vance Granville Community College – Robinette Fischer
- Wake Tech Community College – Kimberly Smalls-McDougal
- Wayne Community College – Peyton Dawson
- Wilson Community College – Britney Smith
I’m at NC State – who should I ask for help?
Once you transfer to NC State, your academic advisor in your college/department will help with course planning & registering. C3 advisors can help with anything else you need.