Cooperating Raleigh Colleges
Cooperating Raleigh Colleges is the consortium of six colleges and universities in Raleigh and Wake County that allows students to study and experience campus life at different institutions of higher learning – without having to transfer. This consortium includes Wake Tech, Meredith College, North Carolina State University, William Peace University, Saint Augustine’s University, and Shaw University.
Each institution offers unique courses and programs that can enhance the college experience for any student. This includes technical, career, military science, performing arts, foreign languages, and many other courses. Full-time students at these schools can elect to take courses at any other CRC institution – it’s easy, and students simply pay tuition and fees to their home institution.
Registration procedures at each institution may vary. More information can be found on the CRC website.
Information for Wake Tech Students
To be eligible to take a CRC course, you must:
- Have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher
- Be enrolled for at least 9 credit hours for the semester at Wake Tech. (CRC course hours DO NOT count as part of the 9 hours)
- Not be in your first semester at Wake Tech. Exceptions may be made for students in the dual-degree programs, ROTC, Marching Band and/or other cooperative programs
- Have satisfied all developmental (transition) course requirements
- Be enrolled in a degree-seeking program at Wake Tech
Complete the CRC Application and have it signed by an academic advisor and the dean for your program. You must obtain both signatures before the registrar’s office will sign and send your application off to the institution you are visiting. The Registrar’s office will forward your application to the institution – you do not have to go to the other institution to register. You will be notified via email (at your my.waketech.edu email account) by the institution.
You must notify the Wake Tech Registrar’s Office that you want to withdraw. The Registrar’s Office will ask the other institution to remove your name from the course roster. Please contact the Registration and Records Coordinator.
You may take up to two CRC courses per semester during fall and spring semesters – if you are enrolled full time (at least 9 semester hours).
No. You are not allowed to take online, distance learning, or summer courses through CRC. You can only take courses with seated instruction during the fall and spring semesters.
- You will NOT be charged tuition at the CRC institution; however, you will be responsible for any special fees (lab fees, sports fees, etc.) and any books or supplies required for the CRC course. These expenses are NOT covered by financial aid.
- You will be charged tuition and fees for the total number of credit hours for which you are enrolled, including CRC course(s); please note that once you are registered for a course at the visiting institution, a placeholder course will be added in your Wake Tech schedule: please DO NOT delete it.
- Registering for a course at a CRC institution will not affect your financial aid at Wake Tech. You will not receive any additional financial aid for CRC courses.
Information for Visiting Students (from other CRC institutions)
Go to http://webadvisor.waketech.edu and click on Future Students. Then click Admissions Information and Search for Curriculum Sections.
You will need to complete a CRC application form with the help of the Registrar’s office at your institution; your Registrar’s office will then forward the CRC paperwork to the Registrar’s office at Wake Tech. You will be notified via email. You cannot complete the CRC request via the internet.
NOTE: Once you are enrolled as a visiting student, DO NOT register for CRC classes yourself. The CRC application will follow its course and the CRC liaison at Wake Tech will register you for the course(s) you have been approved for.
You must contact the registrar’s office at your institution. The registrar’s office will ask Wake Tech to remove your name from the course roster. Please do not withdraw from the course.
No. You are not allowed to take online, distance learning, or summer courses at Wake Tech through CRC. You can only take courses with seated instruction during the fall and spring semesters.
You will not be charged tuition at Wake Tech. You will pay for tuition at your home institution. However, you will be responsible for any special fees (lab fees, art fees, etc.) and any books or supplies required for the CRC course. These expenses are not covered by Financial Aid.