Central Carolina Community College
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About Our College
Central Carolina Community College offers Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, and Associate in Applied Science degrees. Many students take their first two years of college at Central Carolina, then transfer to a four-year institution. One-year, or shorter, vocational and academic programs lead to a diploma or certificate. The college also offers non-curriculum credit courses in Adult Basic Education and other adult education courses in technical, vocational, academic, and general interest areas. The college's vocational training programs provide nurses, early childhood teachers, police officers, bioprocessing technicians, and many other essential skilled workers. In partnership with Lee County Public Schools, the college is home to Lee Early College. In the five-year program, students earn both a high school diploma and an associate degree.