Application and Admissions Process
Degree-seeking students must present proof of high school graduation or high school equivalency diploma. Minimum age of 18 with or without a high school diploma.
Complete the NC Residency Determination and Mitchell Community College admission application below.
(Your username and password will be the same for both steps of the application)
Once an admission application has been processed students will receive official communication from the Admissions Office via email and mail that includes information about the next steps in the admissions process.
Application processing time is approximately 24-48 business hours.
Submit official copies of transcripts or records from high schools and all postsecondary schools attended, or acceptable high school equivalency scores. If an associate degree or higher has been earned, high school transcripts/high school equivalency scores are not required.
Official transcripts may be sent via mail to either campus' admissions office, or via a secure, third-party transcript service to firstname.lastname@example.org. High school transcripts may also be requested through cfnc.org at no charge (student must know HS Student ID # to request a transcript through this method).
High School Graduates
In order to be admitted as a degree-seeking student, applicants must present official transcripts from a public, private, or home school that is recognized under state law at the time of graduation.
Online high schools must meet the additional requirement of being accredited by a recognized accrediting agency at the time of graduation. A list of recognized accrediting agencies may be found on the following websites:
High School Equivalency Students
In order to be admitted as a degree-seeking student, applicants must present proof of high school equivalency diploma.
High school equivalency transcripts may be requested through diplomasender.com.