Current Career & College Promise Students
Current students are defined as anyone currently enrolled or who has previously been accepted into the CCP program at Wake Tech.
- CCP enrollment checklist for continuing students
- High school transcript checklist (public/private/homeschool)
ATTENTION: High school students may not "delay graduation" nor participate as a "fifth-year super-senior."
Special Pathways Checklists (only for eligible 11th/12th grade students currently enrolled):
- Medical Assisting checklist (Fall & Spring term enrollment only)
- Nurse Aide checklist (Fall & Spring term enrollment only)
- Attention: If you were previously admitted into the Nurse Aide pathway but did not previously enroll in NAS-101, you are still eligible to enroll in the course for the Fall Term.
Visit Self-Service and access the form(s) within the "Required Documents" section.
- Students planning to enroll for the Summer and Fall Terms must submit two EV Forms.
- Ensure all information and email addresses are correct before submitting. Please refrain from using the autofill feature on your device. Wake County Public School System students can find their correct Principal/Designee email below.
ATTENTION: Students unable to access your Eligibility Verification form should email [email protected].
EV form resources:
- CCP AdobeSign example
- Wake County Public School System Principal/Designee emails (WCPSS students only)
Wake Tech Admissions Services staff is available to assist current CCP students to check the documentation status of their EV form(s). To schedule a virtual appointment to check you status, click "Step 3: Check My Admissions Status" above.
Students whose EV form has been approved will receive an email notification of "clearance" informing them they can register for courses.
Students who receive notification that their EV form is deemed "Incomplete" will need to submit the requested documentation to [email protected]. For additional assistance, refer back to Step 3 to schedule an appointment with a CCP representative.
Current CCP students can meet virtually with a CCP advisor. To schedule a CCP advising appointment, click "Step 5: Schedule CCP Virtual Advising Appointment" above.
CCP students are allowed to take only those courses that are within their approved pathway(s). Students are also relegated to the allotted credits and restrictions within the disciplines. Students can confirm their approved pathway(s) and course schedule by logging into Self-Service or by scheduling a CCP virtual advising appointment.
CCP registration resources:
- CCP self-registration tips and notifications
- How to search and register for courses in Self-Service
- How to register for courses (video)
- How to view course descriptions
- How to check your class schedule in WebAdvisor and Self-Service
- NC DPI/Dual Credit allowance chart for CCP (2021-2022) *Check with your high school regarding Dual Credit
- How to grant parental access (FERPA):
- Log in to WebAdvisor
- Click Current Curriculum Students (Credit)
- Click Parent/Guardian/Spouse Access
- Complete Steps 1 and 2: Add Parent/Guardian/Spouse and Manage Parent/Guardian/Spouse Access
- Receive "You May Now Grant Your Parent Access" email
- Return to "Step 2: Management Parent/Guardian/Spouse Access" section to grant rights/access level
- CCP direct placement from
Students are reminded to check their class schedule near the beginning of the start of courses. Courses are sometimes closed by the department, which could affect your schedule.
NOTE: The CCP Office can review and utilize AP scores (official or unofficial) for registration purposes only. Please submit scores to [email protected] prior to registration to satisfy course prerequisites. Please feel free to submit an official AP Score Report to the Registration and Records Office to be evaluated for college credit.
Registration Dates & Deadlines:
- July 24: Self-registration deadline (Fall)
- August 17: Last day to add class (Fall)
- Purchase textbooks/supplies/course materials
Career and College Promise (CCP) is a tuition-free program, but students are responsible for textbooks, supplies and course-related fees.
For more information, visit Wake Tech Official Bookstore.
- Attend class
CCP students are to follow all Wake Tech Academic Policies and Procedures.
Review and follow syllabus content provided by instructors
- Individualized Learning Center (ILC) - free tutoring services
- Career Lens Lab - career exploration and assessments
- Disability Support Services (DSS)
Campus resources (by location)
Student support services