CCP Orientation & Registration


Completing CCP Student Orientation is essential, and a requirement to enroll in courses held at NCSC or online. Once you’ve completed orientation, you will receive an email with a link to schedule your appointment for academic advising and course registration.

Through CCP orientation we will introduce you to services and skills that have been pivotal in student success. It is essential to complete the entire orientation to receive all the necessary information.


Topics Included

After your first course at a NCSC campus or online, you will have a self-registration option for future terms, with advisor approval of each course. Mark your calendar for the month before registration opens, to remind yourself to plan courses in MyNC and request advisor approval for your plan. Doing so allows you to begin registering with the Undeclared majors group. Opening dates for each term’s registration are listed on the NCSC Academic Calendar.

Identify Your Pathway & Register for Courses at NCSC or Online

After completing CCP Student Orientation, you can schedule your appointment for advising and registration. During this advising appointment we will help you identify a pathway and select and register for your first courses. We also want to hear about you! Questions you can expect us to ask:


  • What do you like to do? What colleges and career interests are you considering? What type of time commitments do you have during the school year (job, extracurricular activities, etc.)? How about in summer? What HS graduation requirements do you have yet to fulfill? 

These conversations help us begin to understand the bigger picture of you! Knowing your current activities and future goals allows us to provide you guidance that is relevant for you and your plans — even if they change over time.


Registering for NCSC Courses Based at Your High School

If you plan to remain at your high school and take NCSC courses offered there, the same college resources are available to you. You are an NC State student, even if you are not on campus!
  • CCP Orientation, Career Services, Academic Advising, Peer Support through our Tutoring Center, Campus Activities and Events, Access to the Campus Recreation Center, Bromfield Library and Information Commons, Campus Bookstore, Computer Labs and IT Support Desk.

You will work closely with your school counselor for registration in any CCP courses based at your high school.

  • Once you are registered for class you can stop in Byron Kee Center for Student Success to get your NCSC Student ID card. This provides you access to even more —  loads of discounts at area businesses and restaurants, a printing credit each semester, free RTA transportation — and student events on campus!