Fayetteville Technical Community College


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Address
2201 Hull Rd
Fayetteville, NC, 28303-0236

Number of Students
10,000

Degrees Offered
Certificate, Associate's

Type of Institution
Public- 2-year

In-state Tuition
$1,898

Financial Aid
Yes! 52% of first-time beginning undergraduates received financial aid.




About Fayetteville Technical Community College

Mission Statement: Serve our community as a learning-centered institution to build a globally competitive workforce supporting economic development.

Purpose Statement: The purpose of Fayetteville Technical Community College is to provide low cost vocational-technical- business and industry- general education- college transfer- and continuing education programs- which meet the needs and desires of its diverse students and economic development needs for the community. To improve the educational base of society- FTCC encourages life-long learning and strives to prepare students for further workforce and educational experiences.

FTCC identifies the educational needs of applicants and assists students in satisfying these needs at a minimal expense. Each adult who applies will be admitted to a program appropriate to his or her abilities and interests. The College is in partnership with the public school system through College Tech Prep and other programs. Further- agreements with four-year colleges and universities support the educational continuum from high school through the baccalaureate degree. Curricular programs reflect the changing technical- commercial- industrial- and health needs of Fayetteville- Cumberland County- and surrounding areas. Various curricula offer certificates- diplomas- and associate degrees. As a learning-centered College- FTCC offers courses and programs at times and places convenient to students in a variety of delivery modes. Courses are also available for high school graduates who need additional academic preparation before attempting college work. FTCC provides instruction in the basic life skills needed to contribute effectively to society. Continuing Education programs are designed to meet specific needs in basic educational competencies- high school completion- upgrading occupational skillks- and other avocational or practical skills required for the rapidly changing technological advances in the community.


2010-2011 data from U.S. Department of Education




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