Steps For Admission
Explore PCC’s offering of curriculum and short-term programs. Stop by Student Development (Building E, Room 135) on the Person County Campus or Building K, Room 122 on the Caswell County Campus.
Career Coach can help you explore your option.
Are you an international student? Click here for admission details.
Financial Aid: All students planning to apply for aid must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Click here for additional information or stop by the Financial Aid Office for assistance
Learn What it Costs: Review tuition and fees.
Request official transcript(s) from high school, or high school equivalency, and previous college(s). Students are placed into English and Math courses based upon high school transcripts that meet a specific unweighted high school GPA, GED/HiSet scores, or SAT/ACT scores.
For more information or to schedule a placement test please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Transcripts may be sent electronically to email@example.com or mailed to:
New Student Orientation is recommended for all incoming PCC Students
Get More Info on Welcome Orientation
Academic advising is one of the most critical components of student success at PCC. Advisors answer questions, provide valuable information about programs of study and guide students in setting academic goals, selecting courses and making sure they’re ready for registration.
New Students: Come to Student Development ( Building E: Person County Campus or Building K, Room 122: Caswell County Campus)
Returning Students: Visit your Faculty Advisor or use the Student Portal.
In addition to Federal Financial Aid, PCC offers:
- Payment Plan
- Work Study Options
- Emergency Grants
Visit the Financial Aid Team or click here to learn more!
Placement tests are no longer required for all curriculum students at PCC. Students are placed into English and Math courses based upon high school transcripts that meet a specific unweighted high school GPA, GED/HiSet scores, or SAT/ACT scores.
High School GPA Placement
- Unweighted GPA 2.8 or higher will be enrolled in college-level English and Math classes.
- Unweighted GPA between 2.2 – 2.799 will be enrolled in a corequisite course that will support the student in the gateway English and Math.
- Unweighted GPA below 2.2 will be enrolled in transition English and Math
View the complete placement guide – RISE Placement Test Guide
The College REQUIRES placement tests for international students. Those without an unweighted high school GPA or other means to satisfy the RISE placement requirement may also need the placement test.
- Schedule a test – to schedule a placement test please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Practice test – practice tests for the ENG and MAT RISE placement tests are available
Some Health and Wellness programs have specific requirements which could include additional testing.