Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute

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Out of State Student Information

States in Which CCC&TI Serves Distance Learning Students

Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute (CCC&TI) works with the Southern Regional Education Board and individual states to ensure that it is authorized to serve students in other states. The states in which the college is authorized to serve students include those listed below. If you are located in a state not on this list, you are not eligible to register for classes at CCC&TI at this time. If you have questions, please contact the Director of Institutional Effectiveness.

Policy on State Authorization for Distance Learning

Students who are not residents of North Carolina and wish to enroll in distance learning courses at CCC&TI must reside in a state in which the college is authorized to deliver instruction. The college reserves the right to refuse admission to distance learning courses and programs for any applicant residing in a state where the college is not authorized to provide post-secondary education.

*Approved by CCC&TI Board of Trustees January 21, 2015

State List

  1. Arizona
  2. Colorado
  3. Connecticut
  4. Delaware #
  5. District of Columbia
  6. Georgia *
  7. Hawaii
  8. Illinois
  1. Idaho *
  2. Iowa *
  3. Louisiana *
  4. Michigan
  5. Minnesota *#
  6. Mississippi *
  7. Montana
  8. Nevada *
  1. New Hampshire *
  2. New York *
  3. North Carolina
  4. Ohio *
  5. Oklahoma
  6. Oregon *
  7. Pennsylvania
  8. Rhode Island
  1. South Carolina
  2. South Dakota
  3. Tennessee *
  4. Vermont
  5. Virginia
  6. Washington *
  7. West Virginia *
  8. Wisconsin

*Due to state authorization requirements, students may not complete field experience for any course or program within these states. If you have questions, please see your program director.

#Due to state authorization requirements, students may not take a proctored exam within these states. Contact your online instructor or the director of enrollment management prior to registering for online courses.

Licensure

Authorization granted to CCC&TI to provide instruction within another state does not imply or provide guarantees of any kind that an individual will be granted professional licensure by another state as a result of completing coursework at CCC&TI or receiving professional licensure in North Carolina. It is the sole responsibility of the individual/student to determine whether another college or license-awarding agency in another state will accept CCC&TI coursework and/or award licensure through a reciprocity agreement with the State of North Carolina.

*Approved by CCC&TI College Planning Council on January 26, 2016

Process Links

State Authorization Process

Out of State Student Complaint Process