Enrolling in CCP
1. View Mandatory Information Session Online and complete the required sign-in questions
- CCP Application Form Link included within the link at the end of the session
2. Submit application materials (checklist provided below for guidance) by the deadline*
- For instructions and important information on how to submit materials, see the following below:
- CCP Application Form - Located in Section 3 of Information Session required sign-in link (at the end of the video).
- Eligibility Verification (EV) Form - This form is updated each academic year, so make sure you complete the most up-to-date form
- Updated high school transcript (unofficial)
- Unofficial test scores (if applicable)
- Other supporting documentation (if applicable) which may include:
- Achievement/Assessment test scores
- AIG Identification
- Any other supporting documentation
- Application materials must be submitted and processed before you can test (if applicable).
- For students interested in the following Special Programs, see information within the links provided:
3. Receive confirmation of complete CCP Admissions Documents received
- You will receive confirmation emails once your application form and eligibility verification form has been received individually.
- If you need placement testing, you can test once confirmation is received.
- Incomplete or incorrect packet information will slow down your processing.
4. Wait for CCP Admissions Packet Review
- Once your CCP Admissions packet has been received, it must be reviewed by CCP staff to determine admission. This step takes time to complete.
- You cannot be accepted unless all required information is provided and your admissions packet is complete, including any necessary test scores and documentation.
- Incomplete or incorrect packet information will slow down the review and delay your admissions decision.
5. Receive Official Acceptance Letter
- This will include information regarding completing Activating your Account, New Student Orientation, the eLearning Intro (ELI) and more.
- Incomplete or incorrect packet information will delay your admissions decision and the arrival of your admissions letter.
6. Complete New Student Orientation (Required for New Students)
- You must activate your account before completing New Student Orientation
- Visit orientation.waketech.edu to sign up for a mandatory session (Online or Seated).
- Only new students to CCP will complete orientation. Continuing students do not need to complete.
- Campus tours, student ID’s and parking decals information provided.
7. Register for classes in Self-Service
- Make sure you have completed the eLearning Intro (Required for New Students) before attempting to register for an online class via eli.waketech.edu
- Search Self-Service for open sections within your pathway. Pay attention to prerequisites for classes.
- CCP students can only register for open classes within the pathway(s) to which they have been admitted. Registering for courses outside of a pathway will result in courses being dropped.
- CCP students must drop themselves from classes they no longer wish to take. For information about dropping or withdrawing from courses, visit Drop, Add, Withdraw from a Class.
- Be sure that your high school schedule aligns with the courses you select for registration.
- NOTE: Remember, when choosing pathway options, students are relegated to the allotted credits and restrictions within the disciplines.
8. Confirm your class schedule
- Log in to Self-Service to view your schedule. Class schedules are not mailed to students.
- Be sure to check your schedule close to the time of class start. Courses are sometimes closed by the department which could affect your schedule.
9. Attend CCP Advising (if applicable)
- CCP Advising is mandatory for 9th/10th grade students who are admitted into a College Transfer Pathway.
10. Obtain Student ID/parking decal
- If you did not do this at orientation or open lab, you can do so anytime. You will need your Wake Tech Student ID and your vehicle registration.
- You will need a student ID card even if you are an online student.
11. Purchase textbooks and/or required course materials
12. Attend class!