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North Carolina Colleges


Nestled in the southeastern United States, North Carolina is the educational hub of United States. There are wide number of educational institutions in North Carolina that offer both on campus and distance learning courses.

In North Carolina one can enroll in North Carolina state colleges, North Carolina Christian Colleges or in the North Carolina Community Colleges. There are also several technical, nursing and medical colleges in North Carolina. If you want to pursue technical education then you can take admission in Durham Technical Community College or in ITT Technical Institute-Charlotte. Cabarrus College of Health Sciences is one of the best medical colleges in this state.

Admission selection to the North Carolina Colleges is purely done on merit basis. The students must submit the dully filled application form to the Office of Admissions with a prescribed non-refundable fee. Moreover, most of the colleges in North Carolina also ask for high school transcript or a General Education Development certificate. There are certain colleges where one has to sit for the SAT or the ACT.

North Carolina offers quality higher education and imparts training to its students. The courses of the colleges are planned according to international standards. Most of the colleges offer financial assistance in the form of scholarships, loans, grants and student employment. Other on-campus facilities include housing, library, book store as well as job assistance, athletic and counseling service.

Most of the North Carolina Colleges are accredited by The Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools while some of the colleges have also been granted accreditation status by Council on Occupational Education, Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs, North Carolina Board of Nursing and North Carolina Approving Agency for Veterans. The most popular accredited North Carolina Colleges are as follows:

North Carolina Colleges