Let me be the first to congratulate you on taking the first step towards becoming a CCBC student. My name is Taylor Scales, and I’m the Student Recruiter. I can’t wait to help you navigate the admissions process, and promise to be there to help you the entire way.

On this page you will see a contact form, please take a minute or two to fill it and hit submit. Then, I will personally reach out to you to answer your questions and provide more information.

Now, it’s time to get started so make sure you do the following:

  • Complete our online application. There’s no cost or obligation to apply.
  • Complete the FAFSA application online as soon as possible to see if you qualify for financial aid.
  • If you didn’t take the SATs or ACTs, no worries. Schedule a time to take the placement test before registering for classes.

Registration for new students begins on April 1.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.

You belong at CCBC, and I look forward to showing you why soon.

Taylor Scales

Lets talk about your plans
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How to register

Returning students can register online.
New students can register in person at the Information and Registration Center, visit ccbc.edu/applyonline to start the enrollment process now.


Follow the steps below to take courses at CCBC to transfer back to your 4-year college or university.

  • Provide a copy of your current transcript from your home institution.
  • Complete the visiting student form (download at ccbc.edu/visitingstudent) with your advisor at your home institution.
  • Register in person with both above items at the Information and Registration Center, located in the Student Services Center.
  • Pay your tuition at the Cashier’s Office, located in the Student Services Center.


Applying online is easy. Once you complete and submit the application online it will be processed immediately.
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CCBC operates as an open door admissions institution providing educational opportunities to all individuals who can benefit from such an experience.
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One of the biggest challenges facing potential college students and their parents is how to apply and receive financial aid to help supplement higher education costs.
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