How do I apply to CPCC?
- Explore Careers and Programs. Explore careers and programs.
- Learn What it Costs.
- Request Accommodations.
- Download the Central Piedmont Mobile App.
How many students are enrolled at CPCC?
How do I change my CPCC program?
Admission to a Transfer Program New students wishing to enter a transfer program can visit the “Get Started” page at CPCC.edu/getstarted/curriculum. Current students wishing to enter a transfer program should meet with a transfer advisor at the Transfer Resource Center.
What is the reverse transfer program CPCC?
Reverse transfer is when you are awarded an associate degree for completing part of your degree requirements Central Piedmont and part of your requirements at a participating university in North Carolina.
What colleges does CPCC transfer to?
How Your Central Piedmont Credits Transfer
- Appalachian State University.
- Catawba College.
- East Carolina University.
- Elizabeth City State University or call 252.335.3400 for details.
- Fayetteville State University.
- Gardner-Webb University.
- Johnson & Wales University.
- Johnson C. Smith University.
How do I reverse transfer?
Through Reverse Transfer, four- or two-year institutions can securely send course and grade information to any two-year institution from which a student has transferred. If eligible, the student is then awarded an associate degree.
What are the requirements to graduate UCLA?
All UCLA students must graduate with a minimum of 180 units. These units include all classes in which credit was received, whether they are letter graded, pass/no-pass, upper division, lower division, or transferred courses.
How do you graduate from UCLA?
Students are required to complete at least three quarters of academic residence (registration and enrollment) in graduate status at the University of California, including at least two quarters at UCLA.
What GPA do you need to get into UCLA graduate school?
The most competitive applicants have an undergraduate cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 (on a 4.00 scale),and at least a 3.50 in any graduate study.
Does UCLA accept AP credit?
Credit from Advanced Placement (AP) Exams UCLA awards college credit for AP exams with scores of three or higher.
Is a 4 on AP exam good?
A score of 3 or higher is generally considered good, because that means you passed the exam! A 4 is considered very good, and a 5 is especially impressive since it is the highest score. Also keep in mind that every college sets its own policy about AP credit. Some schools only give credit for scores of 4 or 5.
Should I report a 2 on an AP exam UC?
A poor AP Score will not be held against you on your application, so you should report all AP tests that you have taken regardless of the score you received. Regardless of score, all official AP/IB scores are required.”
Should I report a 2 on an AP exam?
Never report or send an exam score of a 1 or 2. They are not considered “passing” scores. There are other scenarios where reporting your scores may not be a good idea. For instance, you may have received an A in AP Physics but got a 3 on the exam.