Earn College Credit While Still in High School!
Sign up for Career and College Promise (CCP) courses
leading to university credit or an exciting career.
Why choose to earn college credit at WPCC?
Tuition is waived for all high
school students who participate
in the CCP program.
WPCC provides student resources
including academic planning,
testing and tutoring to help you
accomplish your educational goals.
CCP credits will transfer to most
four-year colleges, universities or
can be applied to WPCC college
What is Career and College Promise (CCP)?
The CCP program provides a pathway for high school students to begin earning up to 35 hours of college credit while still in high school. This program makes obtaining a two-year or four-year college degree more affordable. Learn more about the different CCP pathways to earning college credit in high school!
Students Find Success with CCP!
CCP Pathways to Success
Learn more about the two CCP pathways that lead to transfer credit or career training.
What courses are being offered at WPCC for CCP students?
Here are the upcoming courses that are being offered to CCP students at Western Piedmont.
CCP Enrollment Process
Step 1 Download and complete the curriculum application for CCP* (must be signed by student and parent)
Step 2 Download and complete the CCP program form* (must be signed by student and high school principal or designee)
Step 3 Send your official high school transcript, placement test scores (ACT, SAT, PSAT, PLAN or Accuplacer) and home school registration card (if applicable) to WPCC
Step 4 Select CCP courses during high school registration
Step 5 Start earning college credit at WPCC!
* You may download forms above (all are PDF files- open with the free Adobe Reader) or pick up in your counselor’s office and on WPCC’s main campus in Hildebrand Hall. If you need help, please call (828) 448-6046 or submit your request below.
Get More Information
Like more information about WPCC’s Career and College Promise (CCP) Program? Tell us more about yourself and we’ll be in touch. You may also contact WPCC’s Advising Center at (828) 448-6046 if you have any questions about this this program and/or the enrollment process.